The Dot And The Line (1965) – MGM Theatrical Cartoon

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The Dot And The Line (1965) - MGM Theatrical Cartoon

The Dot And The Line (1965) - MGM Theatrical Cartoon

CotD: Last cartoon of the year and we choose “The Dot And The Line“, an Academy Award winner for Chuck Jones. Watch it today and see why this won!

The Dot And The Line (1965) – MGM Theatrical Cartoon

A love story in which the line has unrequited love for the dot; she only has eyes for the squiggle. He overcomes his straight-laced life, and the dot sees him for what he truly is. The moral? To the vector belong the spoils. The dot has an evil laugh and goes around doing bad things. It misbehaves quite a bit, but it shows colors, shapes, and a smily face which mouths off to the narrator. The first 30 seconds of the cartoon take place in an art room with easels.

Watch “The Dot And The Line” on video at Big Cartoon DataBase

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