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Marcel the Shell with Shoes on (Part Two)

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Praise to the higher powers of all-things-stop-motion:

Marcel the Shell

is back. 


A year after director Dean Fleischer-Camp and "Saturday Night Live" alum Jenny Slate released the small story of a seashell with sneakers, the two released a second video today. 


According to Slate, a Marcel-themed book and a television show are in the works. And you can find us annoyingly mimicking his soft-spoken questions and anecdotes until they're released.

Here's the first video, in case you (somehow) missed it: 



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