Canterbury Road (1949) Theatrical Cartoon

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Canterbury Road

Canterbury Road (1949) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • G-B Animation, J Arthur Rank Company
  • Animation Studio: David Hand Productions
  • Distributed by: General Film Distributors Ltd.
  • Cartoon Characters: Alfred, Nicholas, Pilgrims, Maiden, Lover, Wicked King, Titus, Alison.
  • Directed By Brian O'Hanlon.
  • Produced By David Dodd Hand.
  • Music: Henry Reed.
  • Originally Released on December 09, 1949.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 8:15 minutes.
  • Technicolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

A book opens to tell a folk story of pilgrims. The reader finds the way to go back into the past through use of his imagination. He uses past experiences to create his impression of the story. The story is of two men who fall in love with the same girl. The girl...  (more)

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"Sketchbook Fantasy," with still drawings and limited animation.

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