After years of searching, I finally found this Standard 8mm animation I made back in the late 1970's! No videos then and no sound either! This probably took around two days and nights to shoot, 1 frame at a time from a solid metal Standard 8 Camera. The stock film was 16mm which had to be removed in the dark, turned around and run back through the camera so that half the film was exposed on each run. It was then processed in a large light free developing tank and once dry, run through a splitter, the ends then spliced to produce 50ft of 8mm. Super 8 came along with a slightly larger frame size but it was the beginning of 'point and shoot' for the mass market! Then of course, video changed everything! Music is the theme from 'The Lone Ranger', William Tell Overture brilliantly adapted by Hans Zimmer!