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Boogie-Doodle

Directed by Norman McLaren
Canada, 1941
Avant-Garde, Animation, Short

Synopsis

In this short animation film, the “boogie” is played by Albert Ammons and the “doodle” is drawn by Norman McLaren. Made without the use of a camera, Boogie-Doodle is a rhythmic, brightly coloured film experiment. Made in New York in 1940, but released in 1941 by the National Film Board of Canada.

Synopsis

In this short animation film, the “boogie” is played by Albert Ammons and the “doodle” is drawn by Norman McLaren. Made without the use of a camera, Boogie-Doodle is a rhythmic, brightly coloured film experiment. Made in New York in 1940, but released in 1941 by the National Film Board of Canada.

Boogie-DoodleDirected byNorman McLaren

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Melbourne International Film Festival
1954

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