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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