Ethel & ErnestEthel & Ernest (2016) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Melusine Productions, Lupus Films, BFI, BBC, Ffilm Cymru Wales, Welsh Government, Film Fund Luxembourg
- BBC One
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Raymond Briggs, Ernest Briggs, Mrs. Bennett, Aunty Betty, Middle Aged Doctor, Ethel Briggs, Detective Sergeant Burnley, Lady of the House, Ernest's Step Mother, Alf, Midwife, Aunty Flo, Best Man, Fireman, Train Guard, Doctor, Young Raymond, Wedding Photographer, Radio Announcer, BBC Newsreader, Newspaper Seller, Tailor, Arthur, Jean.
- Vocal Talent: Luke Treadaway (Raymond Briggs), Jim Broadbent (Ernest Briggs), Pam Ferris (Mrs. Bennett, Aunty Betty), Roger Allam (Middle Aged Doctor), Brenda Blethyn (Ethel Briggs), Peter Wight (Detective Sergeant Burnley), Virginia McKenna (Lady of the House), June Brown (Ernest's Step Mother), Simon Day (Alf), Gillian Hanna (Midwife, Aunty Flo), Alex Jordan (Best Man, Fireman, Train Guard, Doctor), Harry Collett (Young Raymond), Duncan Wisbey (Wedding Photographer, Radio Announcer, BBC Newsreader, Newspaper Seller, Tailor, Arthur), Macready Massey (Teen-age Raymond), Karyn Claydon (Jean).
- Directed By Roger Mainwood.
- Produced By Camilla Deakin, Ruth Fielding.
Executive Producers: Robert Little, Raymond Briggs, Adam Partridge, Jon Rennie.
Co-Producer: Stéphan Roelants.
Line Producer: Natasha Abrahams.
Associate Producer: Adam Bailey.
- Written By Roger Mainwood.
Based On The Original Novel by: Raymond Briggs.
- Edited By Richard Overall.
- Art Director: Robin Shaw.
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Based on the award-winning book by acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film tells the true story of Raymond’s own parents – Ethel and Ernest – two ordinary Londoners living through a period of... (more)