|Written by||Horst von Möllendorff|
|Music by||Lothar Brühne|
Verwitterte Melodie, or Weather-beaten Melody, is a 1942 animated short, made in Nazi Germany. It was written mainly by cartoonist Hans Fischerkoesen, although the sole credits often went to Horst von Möllendorff . It was animated by Jiri Brdecka in Prague.
The general outline of the plot is of a bee that finds an abandoned phonograph in a meadow and uses her stinger as a stylus to play the record on it.
- Video on YouTube
- Verwitterte Melodie at The Big Cartoon DataBase
- Verwitterte Melodie on Internet Movie Database
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