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It doesn’t have quite the inspired touch that Disney might have added, but it’s close, and the underlying story itself is very engaging.

This would be an especially good film to use as a starting point when explaining to children the tendency for power to corrupt.

Maybe not one of the greatest animated films, but historically important and very interesting.

This review is for the "Special Collector's Edition" by HVe (Home Vision Entertainment.) They did a nice job on the restoration, and the special features are great.

Gordon Heath's cheerful over-narration also gets in the way.

An animation milestone, but one that shows significant signs of weathering.

Readers interested in a more detailed appraisal of dog evolution are directed to Xiaoming Wang and Richard Tedford’s authoritative account in their 2008 book and I recommend the reader visits Wiki Pedia and The Searching Wolf.

I shared this film with my Special Ed US/World History students. They had to respond to a prompt, "Absolute power corrupts absolutely" and cite the film.

The evolution of carnivorans appears to have been a gradual process that happened in both North America and Eurasia, making it difficult to infer when it all started.

Nonetheless, taxonomists (those who study how species are related to each other) currently think that the carnivorans evolved from animals called miacids, which were small tree-living mammals that looked similar to modern-day civets.

The pigs, who happen to be the smartest animals, run things, but for the most part it’s a voluntary communal situation and a happy arrangement.

“Animal Farm,” as it’s now known, is a great success, and creates unprecedented plenty for all the animals on the farm. This film, like the story on which it’s based, is a terrific allegory for modern historical events in the Soviet Union and elsewhere.

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