Wonderful lollypop rooster. (Film, 1972) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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Wonderful lollypop rooster.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Educational Films, 1972.
Edition/Format:   Film : Animation : Film   Visual material : English
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A mysterious man appears in a town, which is totally without color. He gives lollypops to the children. One of the lollypops, shaped like a rooster, possesses wonderful powers, and changes the drab world into a colorful carnival.
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Material Type: Animation, Film
Document Type: Visual material
OCLC Number: 7665602
Description: reel (7 min.) : sound, color ; 16 mm

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A mysterious man appears in a town, which is totally without color. He gives lollypops to the children. One of the lollypops, shaped like a rooster, possesses wonderful powers, and changes the drab world into a colorful carnival.
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Only in 1972

by Nokorola (WorldCat user published 2012-04-12) Very Good Permalink

This film is wonderful, but I don't know that I'd show it to your kids.  This film is a wonder world of color and sound, but the entire experience seems a bit strange, and you feel like something bad is going on in the story.  It centers around a little girl who, upon receiving a Lollypop...
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