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The Marzipan Pig

The Marzipan Pig

The Marzipan Pig (1990) Theatrical Cartoon

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Michael Sporn Animation Tim Curry Michael Sporn Michael Sporn, Giuliana Nicodemi, Mary Thorne Ed Askinazi Caleb Sampson
  • 1990
  • Michael Sporn Animation
  • Italtoons
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Pig, Owl, Mouse.
  • Vocal Talent: Tim Curry (Narrator).
  • Directed By Michael Sporn.
  • Produced By Michael Sporn.
    Executive Producer: Giuliana Nicodemi.
    Assistant Producer: Mary Thorne.
  • Animated By Tissa David.
  • Written By Russell Hoban (Original Books).
  • Edited By Ed Askinazi.

Additional Crew:



  • Script Consultant: Maxine Fisher.
  • Storyboards: Tissa David.
  • Backgrounds: Laura Bryson, Carol Kilbanks, Charlotte Cary-Booth.
  • Production Manager: Robert Marianetti.
  • Production Coordinator: Masako Kanayama.
  • Rendering: Masako Kanayama, Robert Marianetti, Stephen MacQuignon.
  • Additional Artwork: Christine O'Neill, Jason McDonald, George McClements, Ray Kosarin, Theresa Smythe, Michael Wisniewski, Julie Allen.
  • Animation Camera: Wolf Ferro.

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A marzipan pig falls behind a sofa and is lost. In his loneliness, the pig's feelings of love reach out, in a strange chain of events, to an owl, a mouse, and a...  (more)

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