A Vitaphone stop motion animation. It has lost its original soundtrack disc but the poster has substituted a version of the same piece.
The figures are like ventriloquists' dummies with legs. The tale is rather heartless, to say the least and not at all correct. Despite which, the most disturbing moment is when something inexplicable emerges from the ground!
Political article containing a seemingly 'factual' point:
In the US, producers adhere to a "Defect Levels Handbook," which sets out the maximum number of foreign bodies like maggots, insect fragments and mould that can be in food products before they are put on the market.
For example, US producers are allowed to include up to 30 insect fragments in a 100-gram jar of peanut butter; as well as 11 rodent hairs in a 25-gram container of paprika; or 3 milligrams of mammalian excreta (typically rat or mouse excrement) per each pound of ginger.
The Flying Cestmir (the original Czech title is Létající Čestmír and it was translated in German as Der Fliegende Ferdinand) is a Czech TV fantasy/sci-fi series for children written by Miloš Macourek (script) and directed by Václav Vorlíček from 1983. The series has six episodes. Later, a book based on the series was written by Miloš Macourek and Petr Markov.
... It's about the Cloudcuckoolander school boy Cestmír / Ferdinand, who one day is magically transported to a planet of magical flowers. Of course, nobody believes him. However, he brought two magical flowers back. Much Hilarity Ensues. And then, other people are drawn to the flower planet - and the city's barber wants to get said flowers for his own advantage...
Here's a scenario that would ruin anyone's return home after a day at work ... Two dead people and one dead dog - all shot inside your house, and a bomb threat message written on the wall.
The eventual explanation may turn out to be mundane, but the opening scene is weird as hell ...
A man returning home from work found a woman's body in his house. Police found another body and a bomb threat
A gated community in Simi Valley, California, was evacuated Thursday after two people and a dog were found dead in a house and a bomb threat was discovered written on a wall, police say.
Police were called to the house around 6:45 p.m. after a man returning home from work found a woman and a lot of blood in his residence, Simi Valley Police spokesman Steve Shorts told CNN.
The woman was determined to be deceased when fire officials arrived, Shorts said. A man and a dog were then found dead of apparent gunshot wounds in the home. It is not clear if there is a relationship between the resident and the two people found dead.
Officials responding to the scene also found script writings on the wall indicating that there was a bomb in the residence.
The house was evacuated, along with 47 residents in the surrounding area, Shorts said.
No bomb was found, he said. The investigation is ongoing.