The Golden Fish (film)
|The Golden Fish|
|Directed by||Edmond Séchan|
|Produced by||Jacques-Yves Cousteau|
|Written by||Roger Mauge|
|Edited by||Georges Alépée|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|12 October 1959|
The film, which has a musical score but no dialogue tells of an oriental boy, who wins a goldfish at a carnival. He brings it home as a pet, along with his canary. The fish jumps out of the bowl, falling on the table. A local cat, having entered the house, returns the fish (using its mouth) to the bowl, and leaves just as the boy comes back.
- "New York Times: The Golden Fish". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-05-21.
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