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Norman McLaren’s Boogie Doodle (1948)

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Norman McLaren was a Scottish Canadian film director and a “poet of animation.” Much of his work is pioneering and playful, dancing between abstraction and representation… perfect for kids! Plus, the music is great. This is Boogie Doodle (1948).

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