Wheels That Go

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  • 1967
  • 5.7  (31)

A short live-action film made by Jim Henson in 1967 for a competition at Montreal's Expo '67, WHEELS THAT GO explores how children experience the world, making sense of the things they see. Underscored by an electronic track by Raymond Scott, a little boy watches wheeled vehicles on the street and plays with wheeled toys, making connections and expanding his understanding of how things work. This short is part of a larger collection of rare early films by one of the world's most beloved storytellers and puppeteers: Jim Henson.

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A short live-action film made by Jim Henson in 1967 for a competition at Montreal's Expo '67, WHEELS THAT GO explores how children experience the world, making sense of the things they see. Underscored by an electronic track by Raymond Scott, a little boy watches wheeled vehicles on the street and plays with wheeled toys, making connections and expanding his understanding of how things work. This short is part of a larger collection of rare early films by one of the world's most beloved storytellers and puppeteers: Jim Henson.
  • Release Date
    1967
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.7  (31)