Sat
Dec 10 2011 10:15am

Saturday Morning Cartoons: “Keep in a dry place and away from the children” and “Gisèle Kerosène”

Keep in a dry place and away from the children: A film about a daring escape. Since it’s by Bolex Brothers, you know weird and strange barely begins to describe it.

Gisèle Kerosène: Shot in stop-motion at la Défense in Paris—how they managed to clear it of people, I don’t know. (4:30 minutes)

Keep in a dry place and away from the children
By Bolex Brothers

Gisèle Kerosène
by Jan Kounen

For more animation, visit our Saturday Morning Cartoon Index.


René Walling is a fan of SF, animation and comics, this has led him to co-chair Anticipation, the 2009 Worldcon, be involved with fps magazine for more than a decade, and start Nanopress, a Canadian small press. He looks forward to living on Mars where he would benefit from having more than 24 hours in a day.

2 comments
Joe Dillingham
1. theblacklaser
That Kounen film is one of my favorite examples of pixilation. It is so cool. Can you imagine how sore they were after all that jumping?
WhoCaresReally!
2. WhoCaresReally!
I love this website and read it daily. When I see garbage like this I just think why. To what end?

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