The idyllic market square of two artisan stallholders is invaded by a slick fast-food vendor, set to steal all their customers.
It’s the roaring twenties and things are looking great for Frederick Frinklesworth II and the rest of the New York Stock Exchange, but when his daughter Betty is left in his care for the day can Fredrick and Wall Street survive the mayhem that ensues?
Don’t miss this rare find on Archive.org: A complete PDF copy of John Halas and Roger Manvell’s book “Design in Motion” (1962).
Strictly speaking, the term ‘Dutch modern cartoons’ is a little misleading. They were made in Holland, yes. But the major stars in our story are four artists who came from England and Denmark.
If you are anywhere in or around Amsterdam next week, carve out some time to visit the KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival.