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John Henry And The Inky-Poo

John Henry And The Inky-Poo

John Henry And The Inky-Poo (1946) - Puppetoons Theatrical Cartoon Series John Henry And The Inky-Poo

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Paramount Pictures Victor Jory, Rex Ingram George Pal George Pal
  • 1946
  • Paramount Pictures
  • Paramount Pictures
  • Puppetoons Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Vocal Talent: Victor Jory (Narrator), Rex Ingram (Narrator).
  • Directed By George Pal.
  • Produced By George Pal.

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  • Backgrounds [Art Direction]: Reginald Massie.

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The steel-drivin' man John Henry shows... if you have a mind, you can do anything.

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I remembered seeing the John Henry Puppetoon as A child, but seeing it as an adult, I had A great appreciation for the imagination and the production of this particular puppetoon. Also during the time it was released, there was still much segregation of black...  (read more)

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