One Little Indian

One Little Indian

| 15 min
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This short puppet animation from the fifties tells the story of Magic Bow, a First Nations boy endowed with magic gifts. Magic Bow is in the big city for the first time, thrilling audiences with his tricks at the Wild West Rodeo. Outside the arena, cars, trucks and buses zip by at dizzying speeds. With the help of some savvy city dwellers, Magic Bow learns a few important traffic rules to help him navigate the streets safely.

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Credits
  • director
    Grant Munro
  • producer
    Colin Low
    Tom Daly
  • commentary
    Stanley Jackson
  • photography
    Herb Taylor
  • editing
    Douglas Tunstell
  • sound editing
    Don Wellington
  • music
    Eldon Rathburn

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