Peata ratsanik (The Headless Horseman) (2001) Theatrical Cartoon

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Peata ratsanik

Peata ratsanik

English Title: The Headless Horseman

Peata ratsanik (The Headless Horseman) (2001) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Eesti Joonisfilm
  • Distributed by: Eesti Joonisfilm
  • Cartoon Characters: Headless Horseman.
  • Directed By Ülo Pikkov.
  • Produced By Kalev Tamm.
  • Animated By Tarmo Baarmets.
  • Awards: Best Film, International Student Animation Festival, Ottawa, 2001.
  • Music: Sven Grünberg.
  • Editor: Ülo Pikkov.
  • Originally Released on April 26, 2001.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 11:07 minutes.
  • Color
  • Estonia  Estonia

Cartoon Summary:

"The Headless Horseman" tells the story of a solitary and brutal hero, the headless horseman. The headless horseman is an ordinary resident of the Grand Canyon....  (more)

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English Title: "The Headless Horseman."

The production of this film was supported by the Estonian Film Foundation and Estonian Culture Endowment.

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