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Merry War Jottings

Merry War Jottings (1914) Theatrical Cartoon

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>Bamforth Producing Company.
  • Bamforth Producing Company.
  • Originally Released in 1914.
  • Black & White
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Silent film.

Combined live action and drawn animation.

Filmed at Holmfirth (Yorkshire) studios by Bamforth, which produced both films and postcards. Douglas Tempest was a staff postcard artist.

Topical drawings include "The Peace He Wanted," "Try Again Billy" and "The Joy Wheel."

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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