Animated Motion #1 Trailer

Animated Motion #1 Trailer (1976)

01 January 1976 Animated, Factual 9 mins

The first part of this series by Norman McLaren deals only with tempo. It starts by showing the disc travelling in one move (1/24 of a second) from A to B, and progressively demonstrates slower and slower tempos.

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International Releases Dates

Canada 01 January 1976

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