Closed Mondays is an eight-minute animated film using animated, three-dimensional clay figures, created by Bob Gardiner and filmed by Will Vinton in 1974.
The Great Cognito is an Oscar-nominated claymation short directed by Will Vinton
Two people are able to share the happiest Christmas.
Mountain Music illustrates what happens when technology gets too advanced too soon.
A look inside the Will Vinton Studio, with specializes in stop-motion animations with clay.
Herb and Rex, the Jurassic odd couple, introduce segments featuring the Three Wise Men, singing camels, ice-skating penguins, and the hilarious Paris Bellharmonic Orchestra. There's even a Motown rendition of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." The entire cast joins a rousing chorus finale of "Here We Come A-Wassailing," which is certain to put everyone in the Christmas mood.
This wacky Halloween Special features Wilshire Pig and his reluctant sidekick, Sheldon Snail, on a quest for a secret diary that will lead them to Dr. Frankenswine's monster. Once inside the Doctor's castle, however, they find a Monster's Convention--a riotous Jamboree of ghouls, ghosts, and goblins going on.
Claymation Easter marks the return of Wilshire Pig, with an absurd plan to kidnap the Easter Bunny just days before the holiday and launch himself as the first ever Easter Pig. As one would expect, things go terribly wrong for Wilshire in a serious of disastrous and hilarious misadventures.