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Cockaboody (1973) Theatrical Cartoon Cockaboody

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  • 1973
  • Hubley Studio Inc.
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Emily Hubley, Georgia Hubley.
  • Vocal Talent: Emily Hubley, Georgia Hubley.
  • Directed By John Hubley, Faith Hubley.
  • Produced By John Hubley, Faith Hubley.
    Produced in association with: Howard Sayer Weaver.
  • Animated By Tissa David.

Additional Crew:

  • Designed by: John Hubley, Faith Hubley.
  • Backgrounds: John Hubley.
  • Inking: Faith Hubley.
  • Coloring: Genevieve Hirsch.
  • Checking: Sydel Solomon.
  • Production Assistants: Robin Johnson, Maggie Glass.
  • Sound Engineering: Media Sound Inc.
  • Camera: I. F. Studios Inc.

  • "This film was made in conjunction with the class in film animation, Yale University School of Art, and with Robert Abromovitz, M.D. and Katherine R. Lustman of the Yale Child Study Centre as consultants."

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Emily and Georgia once again play, fight and act out various flights of the imagination. Beautiful animation combines with the tape-recorded voices of two...  (more)

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A slightly belated continuation of the methods and style used in Windy Day (although apparently based on earlier recordings), and now with some academic backing for their endeavours! Doesn't make any difference though - it's still as sweet, funny...  (read more)

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