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HedlessChickn

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Jun 14, 2015
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I would really like a copy of this book but I can't find it in stores and I don't have a kindle.
Online and used book stores are your best bet right now.

And as for making this an animated movie, this would be the perfect story to animate by hand, like in the yesteryears.

If I'm remembering correctly, the last long form U.S. produced completely hand-drawn animated movie was The Pebble and the Penguin, 30 years ago.

Given today's technology, it could probably be done relatively easy with tablets.

But, it would be a hell of a nice thing to see done using "old" tech and no computers involved.

(I wish I was a rich enough man to produce something like this.)
 

Blake

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I reckon they should do an animated version like the one they made for Canterbury Tales, which was narrated in the English spoken at that time( which was almost unintelligible to the English spoken today) and with subtitles. That was brilliant that animated show I saw and I can't find it anywhere.
 
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