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It's A Bird (1930)
Here's a fascinating stop-motion animation from 1930, created by a little-known early cinema auteur, Charley Bowers. A bird lays an egg that turns into a full-sized automobile. Bowers was a favorite of the Surrealists, and you'll see why quickly. It's amazing to think how they even made this.
eGuider: Graham Mason
Writer, Videomaker, Member of Sunset Television
Graham Mason is a writer, animator, videomaker, and member of the experimental comedy collective "Sunset Television." He's from Michigan and lives in New York.