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Amaranth And The Beast

Amaranth And The Beast

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Cosgrove Hall Productions
  • Distributed by: Thames Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Alias, Boswell, Meredith, Arthur, Edith, Princess Amaranth, Sir Pinkly Percival, The Black Najjer.
  • Voice Actors: Richard Briers, Brian Wilde, Brian Trueman, Jimmy Hibbert.
  • Directed By Chris Randall, Jean Flynn.
  • Produced By Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall, John Hambley.
  • Animated By Dan Whitworth, Denise Heywood, Andy Wilson, Phil McMylor.
  • Awards: BAFTA 1986 - Best Animated Short.
  • Music: Keith Hopwood, Malcolm Rowe.
  • Editor: Nigel Rutter, Nibs Senor, Zyggy Markiewicz.
  • First Aired about 1985.
  • Originally Aired on ITV ITV (UK).
  • Running Time: 15 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Amaranth is kidnapped by a mysterious beast who's not quite all he seems.

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