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PES is an animation company that makes, well, "unique" stop motion short films, most of which feature only every day objects. Check out their other videos at their website

If the video above doesn't work, click here.
     Posted By: Salamander Sam - Thu Nov 05, 2009
     Category: Technology | Surrealism | Stop-motion Animation

sam, honey, the film didn't post. the link works fine though. i watched 'western spaghetti' and it was neat. cool post! 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 11/05/09 at 08:19 PM
Everything looks fine on this end, but I will add a link to the video's page.
Posted by Salamander Sam in Chicago on 11/05/09 at 09:56 PM
it doesn't show up for me and when i go to the site (1st link) it will only play western spaghetti. the other link won't play it for me either. it must be a problem with where i'm at or something. oh well, thanks for trying to fix it for me sam. is anybody else having problems or is it just me?
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 11/05/09 at 10:25 PM
Do you have QuickTime installed? This isn't a flash movie like most of the movies posted here. You can get the QuickTime plugin from
Posted by Salamander Sam in Chicago on 11/05/09 at 10:29 PM
that must be the problem sam, thanks. 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 11/05/09 at 10:48 PM
No, I just d/loaded the latest QuickTime and in both Firefox and IE the videos don't/won't start on their own. If you manually move the round elapsed button on the slider bar under the screen you can see the movie. This also applies to some of their stuff on their site.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 11/06/09 at 12:13 AM
It's not a pebkac, the buttons just don't display properly. To play any of them apart from "Western Spaghetti", click on the bottom black bar about 1 1/2 cursor width's from the left. It should play just fine after you click the (strangely invisible) play button.

P.S. "Roof Sex" was already on WU, but a long time ago. Specifically, July 11th, 2008.
PES sure is weird if it's been on WU TWICE for basically the same thing.
Posted by venomlash on 11/06/09 at 03:14 PM
you can find them at flea markets sometimes and on ebay. in fact the system came back out a while ago. also many of the individual games are available as plug ins for the tv.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 11/08/09 at 12:48 PM
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