Tezuka Osamu was considering creating an animated film in which the camera-shot scenes would be intentionally made jerkier and the animated motion smooth like real footage. This idea is considered an extension of his attempt in the "The Legend of the Forest," in which the contrast between the limited type of animation for television and the Disney-like full-scale animation is showcased in one story. Shooting covers a climber who plans to start for the summit at dawn, and the animation covers a mosquito that strays into the climber's tent.
The climber and the mosquito play out an unimaginable battle in the confined space, making for a hilarious animated piece. Unfortunately, however, Tezuka Osamu passed away before competing the production, leaving his staff with the concept only.