Wolfgang is traveling in outer space when a monster, which he sees as a beautiful woman, appears in his spaceship and makes love with him. Then the ship is forced to land on a planet which is a penal colony. Here he meets Miranda who falls in love with him. A group of prisoners uses him and his spaceship to fly away from the planet. But the monster which is by now inside Wolfgang arouses and only Miranda's love can save him.
Félicien Trewey uses a basic prop to create comical hats and their accompanying caricatures.
A story of a thirteen year old boy who lives in North Russia and is forced to make some difficult decisions.
A woman enters a room with a man. She creates a duplicate of him and changes his personality by throwing his clothes from one man to the next.
Stencil-coloured version of Segundo de Chomón's Les roses magiques (1906).
Small children find magical machine and try to understand that the golden chicken is not a bird.
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