Rashi: A Light After The Dark AgesRashi: A Light After The Dark Ages (1999) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
- Disk-In Animation, Animus, N. Tsatchev Studio
- Distributed by: Sisu Home Entertainment
- Cartoon Characters: Rashi, The Inkman.
- Voice Actors: Leonard Nimoy, Armand Assante, Paul Scofield.
- Directed By Ashley Lazarus.
- Produced By Berel Wein, Ashley Lazarus, Allan Leicht.
- Written By Jesse Cogan.
- Awards: Jury Award, Best Animation, Ashley Lazarus, Atlantic City Film Festival, 1999.
- Music: Yehuda Jordan Kaplan.
- Originally Released in December of 1999 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 56 minutes.
- Israel / United Kingdom / Bulgaria
A historical drama set in 11th-century France. It is about Rashi, a medieval rabbi and scholar who lived just before the Crusades' reign of terror. Besides being history's most published Biblical commentator, Rashi is a gentle man of exemplary character whose... (more)
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