The Great Rupert
Alternate Title: A Christmas WishThe Great Rupert (A Christmas Wish) (1950) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
- Puppet Animation
- George Pal Productions
- Distributed by: Eagle-Lion Films
- Cartoon Characters: Rupert the Squirrel.
Characters (Live Action): Mr. Louie Amendola, Rosalinda Amendola, Peter "Pete" Dingle, Mr. Frank Dingle, Mrs. Katie Dingle, Mrs. Amendola, Phil Davis, Joe Mahoney, Mulligan, Mr. Haggerty, Molineri, Police Lt. Saunders, Callahan, Mr. Taney, Eddie the Bartender, Passerby in Park, Dave the Mailman, Mr. Petrushka the Baker, Fireman, Puzzled Pedestrian, Fire Chief.
- Voice Actors: Rupert.
Vocal Talent: Jimmy Durante, Terry Moore, Tom Drake.
- Directed By Irving Pichel, Harold Godsoe.
- Produced By George Pal.
- Animated By George Pal, Fred Madison, John S. Abbott.
- Written By Laslo Vadnay, Ted Allen, James O'Hanlon, Harry Crane.
- Music: Leith Stevens.
- Editor: Duke Goldstone.
- Originally Released on January 08, 1950.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 87 minutes.
- Black & White
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