Animation: The Adventures of Prince Achmed

A 7 minutes scene from “The Adventures of Prince Achmed” – an animated feature film by Lotte Reiniger from 1926. This film is said to be the oldest surviving animated feature film. If you’re interested in Lotte Reininger films you will find references to other scenes with the movie link below.


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