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Short film: 'Le Ballet'

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Forgive me; there is nothing anthropomorphic about this latest animation of Rossini’s William Tell Overture, a graduation project by French student animator Louis Thomas, just hired by Pixar, posted on the Cartoon Brew website. But there has been before (The Band Concert, Disney, 1935), and there doubtlessly will be again.

Rossini’s complete William Tell has rarely been performed since its 1829 debut because of its complexity. I can see why.

So it’s not anthropomorphic. Sue me.

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Well, now that we're all in active revolt against our readership, I think I'm just going to say that one guy was dick, but I took it a bit too far day before yesterday.

I'm especially sorry about the "I take it the commenter can suck a dick." comment. That was a cheap shot.

Edit: Was supposed to be in 'Pokemon: Conquest' story comments. I just don't know what happened.

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Fred (Fred Patten)read storiescontact (login required)

a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics