The Dot And The Line
Alternate Title: The Dot And The Line: A Romance In Lower MathematicsThe Dot And The Line (The Dot And The Line: A Romance In Lower Mathematics) (1965) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- Traditional Animation
- Distributed by: MGM
- Cartoon Characters: Dot, Line, Squiggle.
- Voice Actors: Robert Morley.
- Directed By Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble.
- Produced By Chuck Jones, Les Goldman.
- Animated By Ken Harris, Tom Ray, Philip Roman, Dick Thompson, Ben Washam, Don Towsley.
- Written By Norton Juster.
- Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1966, Nominee, Golden Palm, Best Short Film, Cannes Film Festival.
- Music: Eugene Poddany.
- Originally Released on December 31, 1965.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 10:01 minutes.
- Production Number: 6501
A love story in which the line has unrequited love for the dot; she only has eyes for the squiggle. He overcomes his straight-laced life, and the dot sees him for what he truly is. The moral? To the vector belong the spoils. The dot has an evil laugh and goes... (more)
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"The Dot And The Line: A Romance In Lower Mathematics."
Chuck Jones would animate two books by author Norton Juster; this, and 1970's The Phantom Tollbooth. This and 1967's The Bear That Wasn't were MGM's only non-Tom and Jerry animation... (more)
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