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Norman Normal (1968) - Shorts Theatrical Cartoon Series Norman Normal

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Warner Bros.- Seven Arts N. Paul Stookey, Paul Dixon Alex Lovy William L. Hendricks, N. Paul Stookey , Hal Geer William Lava, N. Paul Stookey
  • 1968
  • Warner Bros.- Seven Arts
  • Warner Bros.
  • Shorts Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Norman Normal.
  • Vocal Talent: N. Paul Stookey, Paul (Dave) Dixon.
  • Directed By Alex Lovy.
  • Produced By William L. Hendricks, N. Paul Stookey.
  • Animated By Ted Bonnicksen, LaVerne Harding, Volus Jones, Ed Solomon.
  • Written By N. Paul Stookey, Paul (Dave) Dixon.
  • Edited By Hal Geer.

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  • Layouts: John Freeman.
  • Backgrounds: Bob Abrams, Ralph Penn.

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It starts out as a multi-colored band plays the "Norman Normal theme song." Norman closes the door on the band and tells us, "Hi, I'm your hero. That music was the...  (more)

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I saw Norman Normal once in the late 1970s but it stuck in my mind because it was unlike any other cartoon. The characters were all human beings, and it was a satire on contemporary society (as all cartoons are), based on the experiences of Norman Normal. ...  (read more)

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