Kumo to Tulip(くもとちゅうりっぷ,Kumo to Chūrippu?, lit. "Spider and Tulip") is a short animated Japanese film made in 1943 by Kenzo Masaoka. It is a story about a ladybird being chased by a black-faced spider. The spider catches the ladybird, but then it rains, the spider drowns, and the ladybird is freed by a friendly fly.
In 2001, the Japanese magazine Animage elected Kumo to Tulip the fourth best anime production of all time.