The Owl Who Married a Goose: An Inuit Legend

A animation done in sand from 1974 by the National Film Board of Canada.

The NFB description "In this Inuit legend it is plausible enough that a goose should capture the fancy of an owl and that the owl should be quite bewildered by what follows. The sound effects and voices are Inuktitut, but the animated pictures leave no doubt as to the happenings that transpire. It is a story with the wry humor characteristic of many Inuit tales, for audiences young or old."

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