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>Warner Bros.- Seven Arts
  • Warner Bros.- Seven Arts
  • Animated Characters: Norman Normal.
  • Originally Released in 1968.
  • Production Number: 6802
  • Running Time: 6:02 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Features a special variation of the Warner Bros. Seven Arts modern graphic opening where it doesn't read "LOONEY TUNES" or "MERRIE MELODIES," but with the byline "A Warner Bros. Seven Arts" on top and "CARTOON SPECIAL" in the center.

N. Paul Stookey is the "Paul" of Peter, Paul and Mary.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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I saw Norman Normal once in the late 1970s but it stuck in my mind because it was unlike any other cartoon. The characters were all human beings, and it was a satire on contemporary society (as all cartoons are), based on the experiences of Norman Normal. ...  (read more)

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