|Directed by||Quirino Cristiani|
|Music by||José Vázquez Vigo|
Peludópolis is a 1931 Argentine animated film directed by Quirino Cristiani. It was released on 18 September 18, 1931 in Buenos Aires. The film was released with a Vitaphone sound-on-disc synchronization system soundtrack, making the film generally credited as the first animated feature film with sound. The film, as well as the soundtrack, are now lost.
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