|The House That Jack Built|
|Jack hands his son a roof tile|
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The House That Jack Built is a 1976 stop-motion film that utilizes a combination of claymation and LEGO animtion. It follows a clay man and his son (plus their dog) building a house using LEGO bricks. It was shared online in 2009 by YouTube user "moospeedtv", and was created by his father. It is one of the very earliest known brickfilms. In 2009, moospeedtv was using the computer modelling software Maya 6 to create a sequel titled The House that Jack's Son built, but this was not finished. In 2017, he created a LEGO stop-motion test.