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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar (1994) - Shakespeare: The Animated Tales Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • 1994
  • Christmas Films, Soyuzmultfilm, Sianel 4 Cymru (S4C), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC Wales), HIT Entertainment PLC, Home Box Office (HBO), Fujisankei, Dave Edwards Studio Cardiff
  • British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Shakespeare: The Animated Tales Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Caesar, Calphurnia, Brutus, Cassius, Mark Antony, Portia, Casca, Octavius, Soothsayer, Trebonius, Cinna, Decius, Lucius.
  • Vocal Talent: Joss Ackland (Caesar), Frances Tomelty (Calphurnia), David Robb (Brutus), Hugh Quarshie (Cassius), Jim Carter (Mark Antony), Judith Sharp (Portia), Peter Woodthorpe (Casca), Andrew Wincott (Narrator, Octavius), Dillwyn Owen (Soothsayer, Trebonius), Tony Leader (Cinna, Decius), John Miers (Lucius).
  • Directed By Yuri Kulakov.
  • Produced By Dave Edwards.
    Producer (Christmas Films): Renat Zinnurov.
    Executive Producers: Elizabeth Babakhina, Christopher Grace.
    Associate Producer (HIT Entertainment): Peter Orton.
    Associate Producer (BBC): Theresa Plummer-Andrews.
    Associate Producer (Soyuzmultfilms): Stanislav Roshkov.
  • Written By Leon Garfield (Screenplay).
    Based On The Original Plays By: William Shakespeare.
  • Edited By Nadezhda Treschyova.
    Supervising Editor: Elena Mikhailova.
    Post-Production Editor: Terry Brown.

Additional Crew:

  • Production Design: Natalia Demidova, Peter Kotov.
  • Production Managers: Alexander Sokolov, Philip Watkins.
  • Artist: Lyubov Gorelova.
  • Music Recording Directors: Rauf Atamalibekov, Vyacheslav Bednov, Sergei Karpov, Gennadi Papin.
  • Music Editor: Nina Savicheva.
  • Conductor: Algirdas Paulavitchus.
  • Camera Operator: Vadim Prudnikov.
  • Sound Engineer: Martin Gifford.
  • Dubbing Engineer: Billy Mahoney.
  • Stunts: Marc Cass.
  • Interpreters: Inna Basharimova, Natalia Filatova, Natalia Stebletzova, Maria Torchinskaya, Julia Yeryomina.
  • Video Coordinator: Marley Bryan.
  • Production Secretary: Trina Flower.
  • Lighting Designer: Vladimir Gogelgants.
  • Legal Coordinator: Sara Griffiths.
  • Production Coordinators: Huw Walters, Igor Markozyan.
  • Academic Coordinator: Roy Kendall.
  • Academic Advisor: Dr. Rex Gibson.
  • Educational Advisor: Michael Marland.
  • Literary Advisor: Professor Stanley Wells.
  • Laboratories: Mosfilm, Moscow; Studio Film Laboratories Ltd., United Kingdom.
  • Video Facilities: SVC Television (London).
  • Completion Guarantee: Film Finances Limited.
  • Production Assistants: Vera Lavrik, Anna Roberts, Alina Vlasova.
  • Production Accountant: Margaret Stanley.

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Cartoon Summary:

Shakespeare's dramatization of the alliances and intrigues that surrounded and finally destroyed the great Roman general is rendered with style and subtlety by superb cel animation. This study of personal power versus the good of the state is still as provoking...  (more)

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