A DVD of animated shorts from a Children’s Television Workshop pioneer. I started going through this, but lost interest after a while.
Opens on a weird note:
Owl & The Pussycat (1968)
The very next film has the word “bullshit” and a crudely-drawn naked woman, so we’re not into the Children’s Television Workshop portion of the program yet.
Scratching & Painting on Film (1968)
Yak (1970) – a yak discovers the letter “y”
Tondo (1973) – a 3D geometry/motion exercise, with more naked women.
Floor Tiles (1997) – floor tile coloring fantasia.
Skeletons (1979) – a study of skeletal structure.
Autosong (1976) – gentle Plymptonian perspective-morphing to low comforting rumble of manual-transmission car. I could fall asleep to this. The second-longest film on here, starts to leave the road entirely in its second half.
Four Quadrant Exercise (1975) – geometry games with blackouts in between.
Hand Trick Letters (1992) – some ugly-looking digital spelling lessons, though to be fair all computer-made video from 1992 is pretty ugly.
Rotating Cubic Grid (1975) – more geometry exercises, though more fun than its title suggests.
To be continued, possibly.