Pictured: cartoonist and filmmaker Emile Cohl, one of the earliest major figures in animation. Head over to The Daily Notebook where The Forgotten says more.
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An important figure, sure, but did he ever animate a giant squid or octopus?
I… don’t know. With 219 films to his name, it would seem shameful if he hadn’t.
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