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The Mouse On The Mayflower (1968) Animated Cartoon Special The Mouse On The Mayflower

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  • 1968
  • Animated TV Special
  • Rankin Bass Productions
  • Videocraft International
  • TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain Miles Standish, John Alden, Priscilla Mullens, William Mouse, William the Churchmouse, Captain Jones, William Bradford, Quizzler, Scurv, Mistress Blake, Thunder, Smiling Buzzard, Big Wheeze.
  • Vocal Talent: Eddie Albert (Captain Miles Standish), John Gary (John Alden), Joanie Sommers (Priscilla Mullens), Tennessee Ernie Ford (Narrator, William Mouse, Singer), Paul Frees (Captain Jones, Quizzler, Scurv, Smiling Buzzard), June Foray (Mistress Blake).
  • Directed By Arthur Rankin Jr., Jules Bass.
  • Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass.
  • Written By Romeo Muller.
  • Animation Production: Toei Studios.
  • Musical Director: Maury Laws.
  • Recording Supervision: Phil Kaye, Jim Harris.

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A mouse named Willum tells his version of the Pilgrims' trip to America and their first year in the New World. Surviving crowded conditions, misadventures, and storms that blow them off course, the passengers of the Mayflower finally land at Plymouth. They start...  (more)

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