So way back in the 80s as I was a young lad, there was a cartoon on TV in Canada that lasted about 1 minute and came one between other Saturday morning cartoons.
The cartoon was essentailly an illustrator that drew a line, and then a character still attached to the one line. Then the character would walk along the ground/line and interact with things that the animator drew and the animator himself.
The character had a big nose, a distinct lack of forehead, and didn’t speak so much as make sounds to convey emotion (much like the Charlie Brown teacher thing). I seem to recall that the background was constant though it might change colour to help reflect mood, etc.
The cartoon was probably french in origin (I think) and might have been a Telefilm or a NFB production.
Does anyone rememberthis cartoon, and if you do, tell more of what you know about it. Also, WHAT IS IT CALLED?!?!?!