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Available on Youtube through the NFB's official channel [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO66CfsUrn0 here]].


* AnthropomorphicAnimal: The dog washes dishes and mows the lawn.

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* AnthropomorphicAnimal: The dog washes dishes and mows vacuums the lawn.carpet.

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''Every Child'' is a 1979 animated short film directed by Eugene Federenko, produced by the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada.

It was produced in coordination with UNICEF in support of UNICEF's declaration of the rights of the child. In the short, a baby is left on various doorstops in a prosperous neighborhood. A businessman leaves the baby on the next doorstop because he is too busy. An elderly couple plops the baby down on the next doorstop because their dog is jealous. A woman leaves the baby on the next doorstop because her husband/boyfriend won't have it. Finally the baby is abandoned outside in a stroller, which careens down a hill to the dump--where the baby is taken in by a pair of homeless men.

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* AnthropomorphicAnimal: The dog washes dishes and mows the lawn.
* DoorstopBaby: Left on quite a few doorstops, in fact.
* GreenEyedMonster: The dog's intense jealousy of the baby leads the elderly couple to dump the baby at the next house.
* {{Hobos}}: Two hobos rooting through the dump end up adopting the baby.
* InMediasRes: How many doorsteps did the baby land on before the cartoon starts?
* LineBoil: As pretty much always happens with hand-drawn animated films.
* MediumBlending: Starts and ends with live-action shops of two guys from "Les Mimes Electriques" acting out the cartoon, along with a baby that they are recording.
* WrittenSoundEffect: When the man on the phone yells at the businessman, random letters come spilling out of the phone.

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