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Aug 15, 2010 | 12:00 AM EDT
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The last ever CabbageClock movie.

In 1938, the legendary director StrawberryClock undertook a cinematic project with the ambition of simultaneously encompassing all genres in the universe. The result was a thundering success, unanimously hailed by critics as a transcendent masterwork, and proved influential to the greatest directors produced by the 20th century. The author himself, StrawberryClock, remained strikingly humble of his vast success, making few public appearances and refusing interviews until his resurgence in 2001.

"Triumph des Erdbeere" was released in France as "Crême Fraise" and in Poland as "slacnoi phoizk BITCH HAMMER yugov". Due to the popularity of Strawberry Clock IV, the Clock Crew has decided to resubmit classics like this. Enjoy!

Reviews


Redneck-ClockRedneck-Clock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow....

That was some trippy stuff.



WontonClockWontonClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazing

i have no idea what i just watched but it was awsome!



lion-the-12lion-the-12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Surreal but Fun

I really Enjoyed this animation, though I don't really understand the meaning of it ;)

And The "German" Innuendos were Kinda Irritating, The Mars Alien aso. The Joke when Strawberry goes to earth again and lands in Germany (?) may only understand Germans (She's really polite, not like her Subtitle) and the title, like mentioned before has a slight Grammer Incorrectness because Strawberry's R feminine (don't ask me y)

But all in all is the surrealism a nice change to the many Hav-to-be-funny or This-is-so-profound Animations. Good Job :D


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UnknownHedgehogUnknownHedgehog

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An extraordinary, surreal Clock animation!!

This is a truly impressive Clock animation! The graphics and animation are detailed beyond belief! I really like its visual style because it looks so unique! I also like the use of film grain and limited colours for a film-noir effect.

I also like the story elements and dialogue used for this animation. It adds a lot of surrealism to the animation! To summarize, one of the best and unusual Clock movies I've ever seen! Excellent job!


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EnduminoEndumino

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like it

but, shouldn't it say "Triumph der Erdbeere" ?? At least for grammatical correctness :D