The 1954 British-American animated comedy-drama propaganda movie Animal Farm.
This is how Wikipedia describes this animated movie:
Animal Farm is a 1954 British-American animated comedy-drama film produced by Halas and Batchelor, based on the book Animal Farm by George Orwell.
It was the first British animated feature (Water for Firefighting and Handling Ships, two feature length wartime training films, were produced earlier, but did not receive a formal cinema release).
The US CIA paid for the filming, part of the American cultural offensive during the Cold War, and influenced how Orwell’s ideas were to be presented.
The CIA initially funded Louis de Rochemont to begin work on a film version of Orwell’s work, and he hired Halas & Batchelor, an animation firm in London that had made propaganda films for the British government.
Maurice Denham provided the voice for all the animals and as well as humans in the film.
Abby Martin introduces the first installment of a new Empire Files series about the CIA explaining why the agency was created, and how it became the most nefarious criminal organization in the world, with CIA expert Douglas Valentine.
I had a variety of dreams that I woke up remembering but I did not record them each time that I went back to sleep so most were forgotten except for barely part of several connected transitioning dreams.
This dream took place during the day and involved a slightly fictional version of the area where my aunt JE’s house is or should be, if the house was there it was thinner and was a different color, and me and some of my family were in this area outside mostly.