Suite Two: A Memo To OscarSuite Two: A Memo To Oscar (1947)
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- Traditional Animation
- Unknown Studio
- Directed By Dorothy Burritt.
- Awards: Canadian Film Award, Non-Theatrical, Animated (Honourable Mention), Dorothy Burritt, 1949.
- Music: Karel Roessingh.
- Originally Released in 1947 (Estimate).
- Running Time: 11 minutes.
- Black & White
As Dorothy and Oscar Burritt's friends gather for an evening of drinks, music, film and dancing, we are given a privileged and charming look at "the artsy scene" in 1940s Vancouver. Dorothy's guests include film workers, a painter, a clairvoyant, a future film... (more)
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Just a block from Stanley Park in Vancouver was the home of film enthusiasts Dorothy and Oscar Burritt. An offbeat study of light and life at their apartment in an old mansion, Suite Two was conceived by Dorothy as a gift to her husband, who was... (more)
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