|Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
||Starewicz's extended biography and a listing of his filmography catagorized by location (Lithuania, Russia and France)
|Wladyslaw (aka Ladislas) Starewicz Homepage
||Starewicz's homepage containing his brief biography and a listing of links to his filmography.
A Short Biography
The Other "-Ographies" : Filmography, Videography, Bibliography and Puppetography
The Mascot, a/k/a Puppet Love, a/k/a The Devil's Ball
Nose to the Wind
The Cameraman's Revenge
The Insect's Christmas
Voice of the Nightingale
Tale of the Fox
Short Takes: "The Scarecrow", "Town Rat, Country Rat"
|Some Notable Personalities of the Silent Era
||Starewicz's biography and a link to his filmography.
|Six Legs to Tango: "The Frogs Who Wanted a King"
||Will Robinson Sheff's review of Starewicz's works and describes how Starewicz's develop his first "Stop-Motion Puppet Animation" -- Moscow in 1910.
|Wladislaw Starewicz: Animation Pioneer
||Chris Hyde's article on the life of a man who invented stop-motion animation born in the late 1800s -- Wladislaw Starewicz.
|"The Mascot" (1933)
||Jeremy Heilman's review for Starewicz's film, The Mascot.
|Wladyslaw Aleksandr Starewicz (1882-1965)
||Starewicz extended biography at selu.edu including his childhood to the emergence of his first films.