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The Thames

The Thames (1948) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • G-B Animation
  • Animation Studio: David Hand Productions
  • Distributed by: General Film Distributors Ltd.
  • Cartoon Characters: Vicar of Bray, Ghost, King John.
  • Directed By G. Henry Stringer.
  • Produced By David Dodd Hand.
  • Animated By John Woodward, John Worseley, Pat Griffin, Pete Griffiths, Nicholas Spargo, Deryck Foster, Peter Jay, Brian O'Hanlon, Waclaw Machan, Andre Amstutz, Ralph Wright, Harry Hargeaves; more Animators More Cartoon Animators...
  • Music: Henry Reed.
  • Originally Released in Jul of 1948 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 8:53 minutes.
  • Technicolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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"Sketchbook Fantasy," with still drawings and limited animation. The first entertainment cartoon produced by Gaumont British Animation by...  (more)

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