Polygamous Polonius (1960) Theatrical Cartoon

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Polygamous Polonius

Polygamous Polonius (1960) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • Traditional Animation
  • Biographic Cartoon Films.
  • Distributed by: British Lion.
  • Cartoon Characters: Lady, Gentleman.
  • Directed By Bob Godfrey.
  • Produced By Bob Godfrey, Keith Learner.
  • Animated By Bob Godfrey, Steve Hill, Ann Scott, Keith Learner, John Carter, Dorothy Mead, Trevor Bond, Joan Wilson, Ron Coulter.
  • Music: Temperance Seven.
  • Editor: Keith Learner, Peter Hearn.
  • Originally Released in 1960 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Eastmancolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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The first professional release by Biographic Cartoon Films; made under a group of breakaway animators under the leadership of Australian-born Bob Godfrey.

Premiered at the 1960 Royal Film Performance.

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