The Winter's TaleThe Winter's Tale (1994) - Shakespeare: The Animated Tales Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Christmas Films, Soyuzmultfilm, Sianel 4 Cymru (S4C), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC Wales), HIT Entertainment PLC, Home Box Office (HBO), Fujisankei, Dave Edwards Studio Cardiff
- Animation Studio: Soyuzmultfilm
- Distributed by: British Broadcasting Corporation
- Cartoon Characters: Leontes, Hermione, Paulina, Polixenes, Perdita, Autolycus, Shepherd, Judge, Shepherd's Son, Servant, Camillo, Antigonus, Florizel, Shepherd's Young Son, Mamillius.
- Voice Actors: Anton Lesser, Jenny Agutter, Sally Dexter, Michael Kitchen, Adrienne O'Sullivan, Stephen Tompkinson, Philip Voss; Full Voice Cast ...
- Directed By Stanislav Sokolov.
- Produced By Dave Edwards, Renat Zinnurov, Elizabeth Babakhina, Christopher Grace, Peter Orton, Theresa Plummer-Andrews, Stanislav Roshkov; more Producers ...
- Written By Leon Garfield, William Shakespeare.
- Awards: Emmy, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation, Natalia Dabizha (Animator), 1996, Silver Spire, Television -- Children's Programs, Renat Zinnurov, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1997.
- Music: Yuri Novikov.
- Editor: Nadezhda Treschyova, Elena Mikhailova, Terry Brown.
- First Aired on July 12, 1994.
- Originally Aired on BBC2 (UK).
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
- Russia / United Kingdom / U.S.A. / Japan
Exquisitely sculpted and lifelike puppets perform this touching tale of rage, remorse and forgiveness. The King's fit of temper results in the death of his wife... (more)
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Stop-motion puppet animation.
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