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Ubu

Ubu

Ubu (1978)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Grand Slamm Animation
  • Distributed by: Concord
  • Cartoon Characters: Pa Ubu, Ma Ubu, King Wenceslas, Captain Drubbish, Prince Bugrelas.
  • Voice Actors: William Mitchell.
  • Directed By Geoff Dunbar.
  • Produced By Geoff Dunbar.
  • Animated By Geoff Dunbar, Annabel Jankel, Len Lewis, Ginger Gibbons.
  • Awards: Golden Bear, Best Short Film, Berlin International Film Festival, 1979, Grand Prize, Category A (Films Longer Than 3 Minutes), Ottawa International Animation Festival, 1980.
  • Music: Laurie Scott-Baker.
  • Editor: Terry Brown.
  • Originally Released in 1978 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 20 minutes.
  • Eastmancolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Produced for the Arts Council of Great Britain. Adapted from Alfred Jarry's 1896 play "Ubu Roi," as translated by Julia Rowntree. Dialogue is rendered in comic strip bubbles of various colors, with...  (more)

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