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The Lost Dream (1949) - Noveltoons Theatrical Cartoon Series The Lost Dream

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  • 1949
  • Famous Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Noveltoons Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Little Audrey, Dreams.
  • Vocal Talent: Mae Questel (Audrey).
  • Directed By Bill Tytla.
  • Animated By George Germanetti, Harvey Patterson.
  • Written By Steve Muffatti, Bill Turner, Larz Bourne.
  • Scenics: Shane Miller.

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Audrey meets a lost dream in her sleep and takes him back home to dreamland. On their wacky adventure, they see sweet dreams scrubbing stars and sewing silver linings. But what happens when Audrey opens the forbidden...  (more)

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aunt petiunia tells audrey not to read under the moonlight it would give her bad dreams.this causes a little dream boy to miss his little audrey goes with him to dreamland and meets the dream maker.he tells the dream boy to show his dream...  (read more)

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