Hot Stuff

Hot Stuff

                                Hot Stuff
| 9 min

This tongue-in-cheek animated short serves as a cautionary tale against the hazards of fire. Early humans were given the gift of fire, but warned against the dangers, warnings that eventually fell by the wayside. In modern society, overloaded electrical sockets, smouldering cigarettes and other dangers lay around every corner, posing possible threats to life and property.

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  • story
    Don Arioli
  • direction
    Zlatko Grgic
  • animation
    Zlatko Grgic
  • assistant
    Hugh Foulds
    Bozenna Heczko
    Judith Potterton
    Jana Bendova
    Mimi Parent
    Wayne Morris
    Louise Lahache
    Dianne Falls
    Eva Szasz
    Linda Scovill
  • music
    Bill Brooks
  • music consultant
    Donald Douglas
  • sound effects
    Bill Graziadei
  • voice
    Don Arioli
    Gerald Budner
    John Howe
  • animation camera
    Simon Leblanc
  • re-recording
    George Croll
  • production
    Wolf Koenig
    Robert Verrall

  • Sk8artomCollins

    I Seen This on Cartoon Network Programming TV Series Show Call O Canada Since January 8, 1997 – March 6, 2002 It featured a selection of animated shorts From Canada mostly from the archives of the National Film Board of Canada and Some of the animated shorts featured were part of the NFB's Canada Vignettes collection of shorts first produced for CBC Television One of Shorts Was This One Hot Stuff This is The Bests Animated Shorts of All Time!

    Sk8artomCollins, 17 Jan 2015
  • SCoulter91

    I watched so many of Zlatko Grgic's animations as a kid (born 91), and when I stumbled upon this website and "Hot Stuff" I was overjoyed. It still makes me laugh so hard! I love it!

    SCoulter91, 29 Oct 2014
  • Snodgerino

    Man, I loved this as a kid! It freaked me out!

    Snodgerino, 12 Oct 2011