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.[1] 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.[2] In 2017, he created a LEGO stop-motion test.[3]

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  1. List of early brickfilms
  2. The House That Jack Built on YouTube
  3. "Lego Workers go for a quick drive" on YouTube
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