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The phable of the phat woman /

The phable of the phat woman /

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Summary

An animated cartoon about a fat lady who attempts unsuccessfully to lose weight.
MP506 U.S. Copyright Office
Copyright: International Film Service, Inc.; 18Jan16; MP506.
Story, Tom E. Powers.
Duration: 2:08 at 22 fps.
Summary from M/B/RS preliminary catalog card.
Based on Tom Powers' newspaper comics.
Sources used: Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1912-1939; Library of Congress video collection, v. 3, Origins of American animation, 1900-1921; McIntire, J. Silent animated films at the Library of Congress, 1995; M/B/RS preliminary catalog card.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
Digital file includes a piano score composed and performed by Philip Carli.

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Date

01/01/1916
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Contributors

Barré, Raoul, animation.
Powers, Tom E., writing.
International Film Service.
Ernst (Louise) Collection (Library of Congress)
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