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Martin The Cobbler

Martin The Cobbler

Martin The Cobbler (1976) Animated Cartoon Special Martin The Cobbler

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Will Vinton Productions Alexandra Tolstoy, Todd Oleson, Tom Early, Russ Fast, Joan Paglin, Linda Macentee, Holly Johnson, Jack Shields Will Vinton Will Vinton, Frank Moynihan , , Billy Scream
  • 1976
  • Animated TV Special
  • Will Vinton Productions
  • Billy Budd Films
  • TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Martin.
  • Vocal Talent: Alexandra Tolstoy (Narrator), Todd Oleson, Tom Early, Russ Fast, Joan Paglin, Linda Macentee, Holly Johnson, Jack Shields.
  • Directed By Will Vinton.
  • Produced By Will Vinton.
    Executive Producer: Frank Moynihan.
  • Animated By Barry Bruce, Don Merkt, Tom Samanen, Will Vinton.
  • Written By Tim Conner, Will Vinton.
    Adaptation: Tim Conner, Will Vinton.
    Adapted From "Where Love Is, God Is" By:: Leo Tolstoy.

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  • Set and Characters: Dick Allen, Barry Bruce, Kate Hendrickson, Don Merkt, Tom Samanen, Will Vinton.

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A cobbler who has lost his family is all alone and angry at God. When a holy man leaves him a Bible, the lonely, sad cobbler finds new inspiration by reading the...  (more)

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