Best Animation Movies of 1975
The Tiny Tree
A little girl is injured in an accident and confined to a wheelchair. When Christmas arrives, the forest animals decorate a small tree outside her window to give her a happy holiday.
One of the First Cindy Sherman's super-8 film,"Doll Clothes" (officially, the film is "Untitled") has not been viewed since 1975, the year it was made. It comically crosses Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase with animated paper dolls in a sly, funny and clever precursor to the concerns that became signature elements in Sherman's remarkable body of photographic work.
Everybody Rides the Carousel
Everybody Rides the Carousel is a 1975 independent animated film about the stages of life.
Lumaaq: An Eskimo Legend
An Inuit tale of familial revenge.
The Tale of Elsie Bossing
A stop-motion animation of a difficult old woman who takes risks crossing the road. Introduced by Henry Cooper.
The Remarkable Rocket
An animated version of the Oscar Wilde story about a conceited firework rocket, whose pride hides his downfall in the world.
Tubby the Tuba
When Tubby the Tuba sets out to find a melody all of his own, his journey results in this enchanting and exciting musical tale. Tubby joins the circus and striving to be part of an orchestra, he travels to the Singing City where along the way he encounters many wonderful characters.
Crunch Bird II
A frog goes hopping through the jungle and meets different animals, including a crunch bird.
W.O.W. Women of the World
Faith Hubley’s first solo project. Using ritualistic Goddess imagery from different ancient civilizations, she creates a new history of the world – from a feminist point of view.
The 2000 Year Old Man
When Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks stepped onstage for the first time to perform their now-legendary skit "The 2000 Year Old Man," they turned live comedy on its head with their irreverent, cutting-edge humor. Done in animated style, catch the dynamic duo riffing on everything from Robin Hood to Saran Wrap in this crowd-pleasing performance as straight-man Reiner interviews a centuries-old Brooks, who shares his wickedly funny musings and opinions with the usual aplomb.