Alf, Bill And Fred (1964) Theatrical Cartoon

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Alf, Bill And Fred

Alf, Bill And Fred

Alf, Bill And Fred (1964) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • Biographic Four
  • Distributed by: Contemporary
  • Cartoon Characters: Alf, Bill, Fred.
  • Directed By Bob Godfrey.
  • Produced By Bob Godfrey.
  • Animated By Bob Godfrey.
  • Music: Arthur Dulay.
  • Editor: Peter Hearn.
  • Originally Released in June of 1964 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:30 minutes.
  • Eastmancolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Alf, Bill and Fred are friends who like to bounce up and down a lot. Bill, the man, inherits a ton of money and abandons his friends, who continue to bounce. After an accident, he loses his memory and goes back to his friends. They then open a business selling...  (more)

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Done in the style of the Pink Panther cartoons, using a cross-cutting technique utilizing random photos to make a point.

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