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Cadaver (2012) Cadaver

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  • Animated Film Shown In Festivals and CompetitionsFestivalAnimated Film
  • Independent
  • Cartoon Characters: Dead Body, Lynn, Beth, Krista.
  • Voice Actors: Christopher Lloyd, Tavi Gevinson, Cathy Bates, Ashley Ann Hale, Medeni Griffiths, Kelly Lynn Gitter .
  • Directed By Jonah D. Ansell.
  • Produced By Jonah D. Ansell, Amanda Dunham Ely, Michael Raspatello, John Allen, Jon Ansell, Timothy Hahn.
  • Animated By Daniel J. Kramer, Eric Vennemeyer.
  • Music: Christopher Thomas.
  • Editor: Abraham Dieckman, Timothy Hahn.
  • Originally Released on January 27, 2012. (more dates More Dates...)
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 8 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

The whimsical story of a shy, first-year med student whose scalpel cut sparks a cadaver back to life. When he begs her to take him on a journey to say a last goodbye to his wife, they sneak out of the lab and embark on a road trip, only to discover a truth in...  (more)

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Premiered at the Santa Barbara Film Festival.

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