Devon Whey (1950) Theatrical Cartoon

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Devon Whey

Devon Whey

Devon Whey (1950) 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.
  • Voice Actors: Jon Pertwee, Ian Wallace.
  • Directed By G. Henry Stringer.
  • Produced By David Dodd Hand.
  • Animated By Norman Abbey, Deryck Foster, Peter Jay, John Woodward, Brian Wared, Alan Gray, Andre Amstutz.
  • Music: Henry Reed.
  • Originally Released in February of 1950 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:59 minutes.
  • Technicolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Vignettes telling a number of folk stories and about the people and products of the region. Stories include the adventures of sailors sailing about the world especially to South America and back to Devon. One story is about an abandoned village and the ghosts...  (more)

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

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