Gesture

Subject34
CR7: S is in a building right across from T's window, busily sketching away on a drawing board and looking over at T through a telescope; when he's done, he gets on the windowsill to swing over to T on a rope; he smacks into the wall right next to T's window and slides down the wall.
Subject07
CR6: S sets up a seesaw on the sidewalk in front of T's building; he stands on one side of it, and throws a huge weight onto the other end, thereby sending himself flying straight up into the air; he grabs T from his cage on his way by the window; he hits the seesaw coming down, and the weight that he sends flying comes crashing down on his head as he's making his getaway clutching T; T escapes unharmed.
Subject24
CR5: S pretends to be the bell boy in the hotel that the old woman is checked into; he takes her suitcase and the cage from her room to take downstairs; he escapes down the back stairs with the cage (covered) and sets it down in a back alley; when he takes the cover off the cage, he finds the old woman crouched in the cage instead of T; she takes off after him, hitting him with her umbrella.
Subject28
CR5: S pretends to be the bell boy in the hotel that the old woman is checked into; he takes her suitcase and the cage from her room to take downstairs; he escapes down the back stairs with the cage (covered) and sets it down in a back alley; when he takes the cover off the cage, he finds the old woman crouched in the cage instead of T; she takes off after him, hitting him with her umbrella.
Subject40
M2: the mouse is trying to flip a pancake, but it keeps landing on the floor; so, he calls the elephant, gives it a pan, and they flip the pancake back and forth between them.
Subject37
CR1: T and S see each other through binoculars; S runs from his building across the street into T's building and gets thrown out the door into a pile of garbage seconds later.
Subject19
CR1: T and S see each other through binoculars; S runs from his building across the street into T's building and gets thrown out the door into a pile of garbage seconds later.
Subject08
M3: the mouse and the elephant are tossing a ball back and forth; the elephant accidentally swallows ball, the mouse tickles its nose to make it sneeze; the ball hits the mouse in the stomach and sends it flying.
Subject19
CR3: S squeezes inside the drain pipe and starts climbing up it; T sees him and drops a bowling ball into the top of the pipe; the ball hits S and S swallows the ball; he comes out the bottom of the pipe rolling down the street and crashes into a bowling alley.
Subject34
CR6: S sets up a seesaw on the sidewalk in front of T's building; he stands on one side of it, and throws a huge weight onto the other end, thereby sending himself flying straight up into the air; he grabs T from his cage on his way by the window; he hits the seesaw coming down, and the weight that he sends flying comes crashing down on his head as he's making his getaway clutching T; T escapes unharmed.
Subject31
CR7: S is in a building right across from T's window, busily sketching away on a drawing board and looking over at T through a telescope; when he's done, he gets on the windowsill to swing over to T on a rope; he smacks into the wall right next to T's window and slides down the wall.
Subject41
CR6: S sets up a seesaw on the sidewalk in front of T's building; he stands on one side of it, and throws a huge weight onto the other end, thereby sending himself flying straight up into the air; he grabs T from his cage on his way by the window; he hits the seesaw coming down, and the weight that he sends flying comes crashing down on his head as he's making his getaway clutching T; T escapes unharmed.
Subject25
M8: the mouse is trying to use a potter's wheel; the first lump of clay flies off to the left, the second flies off to the right; then the mouse gets on the wheel itself, the wheel starts spinning and the mouse flies off to the left
Subject01
CR8: S walks down on the street, he shinnies up a mast and starts making his way to T by walking along the streetcar cables; he sees a streetcar coming his way and starts running; the streetcar catches up to him and he gets repeated electricity shocks; as the camera pans down, the viewer sees that the old woman and T are driving the streetcar.
Subject40
M1: the mouse crawls into the sack head first, then turns around and crawls in legs first, and then hops off the screen in the sack
Subject17
CR2: T is swinging in his cage; S climbs up the drain pipe to T's window and stands on the ledge, moving his finger back in forth in time to T's swinging; when T sees S, he escapes his cage into the apartment; S follows him, but is thrown out the window onto the street below seconds later; the old woman comes to the window yelling and shaking her umbrella at S.
Subject14
M8: the mouse is trying to use a potter's wheel; the first lump of clay flies off to the left, the second flies off to the right; then the mouse gets on the wheel itself, the wheel starts spinning and the mouse flies off to the left
Subject20
CR7: S is in a building right across from T's window, busily sketching away on a drawing board and looking over at T through a telescope; when he's done, he gets on the windowsill to swing over to T on a rope; he smacks into the wall right next to T's window and slides down the wall.
Subject22
CR8: S walks down on the street, he shinnies up a mast and starts making his way to T by walking along the streetcar cables; he sees a streetcar coming his way and starts running; the streetcar catches up to him and he gets repeated electricity shocks; as the camera pans down, the viewer sees that the old woman and T are driving the streetcar.
Subject12
CR2: T is swinging in his cage; S climbs up the drain pipe to T's window and stands on the ledge, moving his finger back in forth in time to T's swinging; when T sees S, he escapes his cage into the apartment; S follows him, but is thrown out the window onto the street below seconds later; the old woman comes to the window yelling and shaking her umbrella at S.