Sleeping BettySleeping Betty (2007) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- National Film Board of Canada
- Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
- Cartoon Characters: Princess Betty, Prince Charles, King Henry VIII, Queen, Alien, Canadian Dragon.
- Voice Actors: Martin Barry, Johanne Garneau, Rick Jones.
- Directed By Claude Cloutier.
- Produced By Marcel Jean, Francine Langdeau, Marc Bertrand, Michèle Bélanger.
- Animated By Claude Cloutier.
- Written By Claude Cloutier.
- Awards: Canadian Film Institute Award For Best Canadian Animation, Ottawa International Animation Festival, 2007, National Film Board Of Canada Public Prize, Ottawa International Animation Festival, 2007; more Awards ...
- Music: Normand Roger, Julie Triquet, Jocelyn Veilleux, Denis Chartrand, Sofia Gentile; more Musicians ...
- Editor: José Heppell, Pierre-Yves Drapeau.
- Originally Released in December of 2007 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 9:15 minutes.
In a sumptuous 8 and a half in the basement of a house in a Montreal working-class neighbourhood, Princess Betty sleeps. The king and queen, at their wits' end, appeal to their subjects, who use outlandish ways to waken the beauty from her inexplicable slumbers.... (more)
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The images, Chinese ink applied with brush on paper, conjure up the engravings of old-fashioned fairy.
A film without words.
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