Funny short clips

A selection with the most funny videos I could find
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Caprice (excerpt): Quartet No.3: Clive Walley

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Clive Walley ~ Quartet. (Four fine art animated films)Quartet No.3- Caprice. Music by Alfred TubbAfter the modest success of the Y Rhaeadr/Waterfall film it became possible to pitch for more TV commissioned moving-paint films. Channel 4 and S4C commissioned the Quartet in 1987 and immediately the first film Prelude won the Rank Award for Best Production on Film at the Celtic Film Festival 1988. Classical quartet form was the musical starting...

Adagio~Quartet (excerpt): Quartet No.2: Clive Walley

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Clive Walley ~ Quartet. (Four fine art animated films)Quartet No.2- Adagio. Music by Alfred TubbAfter the modest success of the Y Rhaeadr/Waterfall film it became possible to pitch for more TV commissioned moving-paint films. Channel 4 and S4C commissioned the Quartet in 1987 and immediately the first film Prelude won the Rank Award for Best Production on Film at the Celtic Film Festival 1988. Classical quartet form was the musical starting...

Prelude (excerpt): Quartet No.1: Clive Walley

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Clive Walley ~ Quartet. (Four fine art animated films)Quartet No.1- Prelude. Music by Alfred TubbAfter the modest success of the Y Rhaeadr/Waterfall film it became possible to pitch for more TV commissioned moving-paint films. Channel 4 and S4C commissioned the Quartet in 1987 and immediately the first film Prelude won the Rank Award for Best Production on Film at the Celtic Film Festival 1988. Classical quartet form was the musical starting...

Ident - Aardman Animations

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Ident (1989) is a short animation/claymation by Aardman Animations, the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Creature Comforts etc. (Also includes the first appearance of Rex the Runt)

Next - Aardman Animations (Lip Synch)

Watched 167 times

Always visually enticing, England"e;s Aardman Animations present this spectacular series created around recorded conversation. Next amazingly enough, depicts the complete works of Shakespeare in under five minutes.