Man's Best Friend (1998 film)

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Man's Best Friend, is an animated short written, directed and animated by American animation director Ben Gluck. It was the first short he made while attending Calarts it premiered on MTV's Cartoon Sushi, and earned several 1st prize film awards, including the prestigious Walter Lantz Best of Show CalArts Character Animation First Prize Award presented by legendary June Foray. The short is a satirical spoof on Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. God created man and for man God created a companion, a dog. Once Eve is created, "Dog" gets jealous and tries to earn Adam back for himself. This film also toured with Spike and Mike Sick and Twisted Animation Theatrical animation Festival, won first prize at the New York independent Film Festival and aired in popular rotation on MTV's Cartoon Sushi Show. Ben Gluck was awarded the Walter Lantz student Academy Award.

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www.bengluck.com/shorts.html

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