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  1. Decided to post a few favorites of the 16mm genre that populated schools from the 1930s through '80s, beginning with a few pairings of titles from Encyclopædia Britannica Films ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encyclop%C3%A6dia_Britannica_Films ) Aesop's "live action" version of THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE (© October 7, 1947) Collaborator is Grace E. Storm, with camera work by Lynwood Chase. The success of this title begot a few follow-ups with the same personnel, such as THREE FOX FABLES (1948) and THE FOX AND THE ROOSTER (1951), neither available online yet. However an animated cartoon version of THREE FOX FABLES was released by Britannica in 1984 and directed by Paul Buchbinder.

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