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The Count Of Monte Cristo

The Count Of Monte Cristo

The Count Of Monte Cristo (1973) Animated Cartoon Special

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  • Animated TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Edmond Dantes.
  • Originally Released in 1973.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 60 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

Posted: May 22, 2011

COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

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This description is confusing two different productions.
A one off special by Hanna Barbera, which was okay, limited, but satisfactory in a simple but rather characterless telling of the Dumas story for children. True to the original book in an abridged way.
The other was Halas and Bachelor's UK series of the same title, (credited here wrongly as directors of the Hanna Barbera version. Although other Hanna Barbera productions were out sourced to them like The Jackson Five). This I can recall being more animated, originally designed and more action packed and exciting, although the series was an expansion on later, imagined events rather than adhering to the Dumas classic. Both were screened often in the UK during the seventies.

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COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

Posted: May 22, 2011

COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

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This description is confusing two different productions.
A one off special by Hanna Barbera, which was okay, limited, but satisfactory in a simple but rather characterless telling of the Dumas story for children. True to the original book in an abridged way.
The other was Halas and Bachelor's UK series of the same title, (credited here wrongly as directors of the Hanna Barbera version. Although other Hanna Barbera productions were out sourced to them like The Jackson Five). This I can recall being more animated, originally designed and more action packed and exciting, although the series was an expansion on later, imagined events rather than adhering to the Dumas classic. Both were screened often in the UK during the seventies.

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