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The Remarkable Rocket (1975) - Gerald Potterton Productions Cartoon Episode Guide

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The Remarkable Rocket

The Remarkable Rocket (1975) - Gerald Potterton Productions Cartoon Episode Guide The Remarkable Rocket

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Gerald Potterton Productions Inc., Narrator's Digest, Reader's Digest Films Ltd.
  • Animation Studio: Boxcar Films Ltd.
  • Distributed by: Reader's Digest Films Ltd.
  • Voice Actors: David Niven, Graham Stark.
  • Directed By Gerald Potterton.
  • Produced By Marvin Kane, Gerald Potterton, Murray Shostak.
  • Animated By John Gaug, Gasho, Terence Harrison, Jim Hiltz, Paul Schibli, Sebastian, Bill Speers, Don Stearn.
  • Music: Howard Blake, Howard Blake.
  • Editor: Barry Steckler.
  • First Aired about 1975.
  • Originally Released in Syndication.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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