Handmade animation always seems to stand the test of time relatively well. The Adventures of Prince Achmed is nearly 100 years old now, and is the oldest surviving feature length animated film, and it still looks good. It pulls together and combines several stories from the collection of poems One Thousand and One Nights, aka Arabian Nights. It is filmed with paper cutouts over monochromatic backgrounds, and tells the story of Prince Achmed and his quest to rescue his bride to be.
7/10. Easily worth a watch as both a historic film and a beautifully composed story.