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Noah Rymer 3 years ago
funded by the US govt. given an obvious capitalist bias. not great animation either
Marc Hyde 4 years ago
Taz Malik almost 6 years ago
gio 6 years ago
Jim Barton almost 7 years ago
Steve Qualls over 7 years ago
sf over 7 years ago
Stephen Boone Johnson over 7 years ago
Dániel Rudolf over 7 years ago
Animal Farm is a 1954 British animated film by Halas and Batchelor, based on the book of the same name by George Orwell. It was the first British animated feature released worldwide, though Handling Ships was the first British animated feature ever made. It can, however, be said to be the first British animated feature film on general release. Manor Farm is a former prosperous farm that has fallen on hard times, and suffers under the now ineffective leadership of its drunken and aggressive owner, Mr. Jones. One night, Old Major, the prize boar and the oldest on the farm, calls the animals on the farm for a meeting, where he compares the humans to parasites and encourages them to break free from their tyrant's influence, while reminding them that they must hold true to their convictions after they have gained freedom. With that, he teaches the animals a revolutionary song, "Beasts of England", before collapsing dead mid-song to the animals' horror. The next morning, Jones neglects to...
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