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The Ever-Changing Motor Car

The Ever-Changing Motor Car

The Ever-Changing Motor Car (1962)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • TV Cartoons.
  • Voice Actors: Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller, Deryck Guyler, Dick Emery, Gordon Harrison.
  • Directed By George Dunning, Alan Ball.
  • Produced By George Dunning, Robert Adams.
  • Animated By Mike Stuart, Alan Ball, Bill Sewell, Tony Gearty, Jack Stokes, David Rich, Charles Jenkins.
  • Music: Ron Goodwin.
  • Editor: Steve Cox.
  • Originally Released in Nov of 1962 (Estimate).
  • Technicolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Produced for the Ford Company. Though absent from virtually all of his filmographies, this may be British comedian Dudley Moore's first film. It predates by a year another cartoon, "The Hat,"...  (more)

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