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Jack O' Lantern

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  • 1972
  • Rankin Bass Productions
  • Videocraft International
  • Festival of Family Classics Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Jack O'Lantern, Zelda the Witch, Sir Archibald, Grandfather, Michael, Colleen.
  • Vocal Talent: Carl Banas, Len Birman, Bernard Cowan, Peg Dixon, Keith Hampshire, Peggi Loder, Donna Miller, Frank Perry, Henry Ramer, Billie Mae Richards, Alfie Scopp, Paul Soles.
  • Directed By Arthur Rankin Jr., Jules Bass.
  • Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass.
    Associate Producer: Mary Alice Dwyer.
  • Edited By Irwin Goldress.
    Editorial Supervision: Vincent Juliano.

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Cartoon Summary:

Grandfather tells the story of an elfish wil-o-the wisp, Jack O Lantern. Jack is a good soul, who has turned himself into a pumpkin seed to hibernate for the winter. The local farmers are threatened to have their crops destroyed by Zelda the witch and her ghouls,...  (more)

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