UrbanissimoUrbanissimo (1966) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical FilmTheatrical
- Traditional Animation
- Hubley Studios
- Cartoon Characters: Farmer.
- Directed By John Hubley.
- Produced By John Hubley, Faith Hubley.
- Animated By Gerard Baldwin, Frank Braxton, Phil Duncan, Rod Scribner, Ed Smith.
- Written By Faith Hubley, John Hubley, Jacques Godbout.
- Music: Benny Carter, Ray Brown, Harry Sweets Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Pete Jolly, Shelly Manne; more Musicians ...
- Originally Released in December of 1966 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
A comic allegory in which a runaway "city" on legs matches wits with a wily farmer. A farmer has an encounter with a runaway "city" (which devours its environs). He deserts his rural home for the imagined joys of... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
Jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson was doing some studio work in Los Angeles when he got the call to come to a recording session on August 4, 1966 at United Recording. Benny Carter had pulled the session together, and they laid down a track... (more)
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