The Camel's Dance

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The Camel's Dance
Directed by Wan Laiming
Wan Guchan
Wan Chaochen
Produced by Wan Laiming
Wan Guchan
Wan Chaochen
Release dates
1935
Country China

The Camel's Dance (Chinese: 骆驼献舞) is a black and white Chinese animation made in 1935 by 3 of the Wan brothers. It is considered the first animation with sound in China.

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The segment is believed to be a technological showcasing of sound from an animation clip. It is unknown if the sound was just music or actual words spoken. The title can also be translated as "Camel Presenting a Dance".

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