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A Salute To Industry

A Salute To Industry

A Salute To Industry (1964)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Jay Ward Productions
  • Cartoon Characters: Announcer.
  • Voice Actors: Paul Frees, Hans Conried.
  • Directed By Gerard Baldwin, Frank Braxton, Pete Burness, Sal Faillace, Paul Harvey, Jim Hiltz; more Directors More Directors...
  • Produced By Jay Ward, Bill Scott, Ponsonby Britt O.B.E.
  • Animated By Bob Bachman, Howard Baldwin, Herman Cohen, Phil Duncan, Bob Goe, Fred Madison, Bob Maxfield, Gary Mooney, Barrie Nelson, Jack Schnerk, Rod Scribner, Alan Zaslove.
  • Music: Sheldon Allman.
  • Editor: Skip Craig, Roger Donley.
  • Originally Released on September 24, 1964.
  • Running Time: 4 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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