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So Dear To My Heart (1949) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film So Dear To My Heart

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  • 1949
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Wise Old Owl, Danny the Lamb, Christopher Columbus, Robert (the) Bruce, David, Goliath, Joshua.
  • Live-Action Characters: Jeremiah 'Jerry' Kincaid, Tildy, Grandma Kincaid, The Storekeeper, The Storekeeper's Son, Uncle Hiram.
  • Vocal Talent: Bobby Driscoll (Wise Old Owl), John Beal, Ken Carson, Bob Stanton.
    Live-Action Cast: Bobby Driscoll (Jerry Kincaid), Luana Patten (Tildy), Beulah Bondi (Grandma Kincaid), Burl Ives (Uncle Hiram), Raymond Bond (Storekeeper), Daniel Haight (Storekeeper's Son), Harry Carey (Judge at County Fair), Matt Willis (Horse Trainer), Walter Soderling (Villager), Spelman B. Collins, The Rhythmaires.
  • Directed By Hamilton Luske (as Hamilton S. Luske).
    Live-Action Director: Harold D. Schuster.
    Assistant Director: Jasper Blystone.
  • Produced By Walt Disney.
    Associate Producer: Perce Pearce.
  • Animated By Eric Larson, John Lounsbery, Hal King, Milt Kahl, Les Clark, Don Lusk, Marvin Woodward.
    Effects Animation: George Rowley, Joshua Meador, Dan McManus.
  • Written By Marc Davis, Ken Anderson, Bill Peet.
    Adaption: Maurice Rapf, Ted Sears.
    Screenplay (Live-Action): John Tucker Battle.
    Original Book "Midnight, Jeremiah": Sterling North.
  • Music By Eliot Daniel, Larry Morey.
    Title Song: Ticker Freeman, Irving Taylor.
    Song "County Fair": Robert Wells, Mel Torm´┐Ż.
    Song "It's Watcha Do With Watcha Got": Don Raye, Gene DePaul.
    Music Editor: Al Teeter.
    Score: Paul Smith.
    Vocal Director: Ken Darby.
    Orchestrations: Edward H. Plumb.
  • Edited By Thomas Scott, Lloyd L. Richardson.
  • Cinematography: Winton C. Hoch.
  • Technicolor Color Director: Natalie Kalmus.
  • Technicolor Color Associate: Morgan Padelford.
  • Art Direction: John Ewing.
  • Set Decoration: Marc Alper.
  • Make-Up: Ted Larson.
  • Hair: Vera Peterson.
  • Production Manager: Fred Leahy.
  • Technical Director: Larry Lansburgh.
  • Cartoon Art Treatment: John Hench, Mary Blair, Dick Kelsey.
  • Layouts: A. Kendall O'Connor, Hugh Hennesy, Don Griffith, Thor Putnam.
  • Backgrounds: Art Riley, Ralph Hulett, Jimi Trout, Dick Anthony, Brice Mack, Ray Huffine.
  • Special Processes: Ub Iwerks.
  • Sound Director: C.O. Slyfield.
  • Sound Recordoing: Max Hutchinson, Robert O. Cook.

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This live-action and animation feature stars Burl Ives, telling a story of a determined young country boy and his mischievous black lamb. While daydreaming of winning a blue ribbon at the county fair, Jeremiah's scrapbook comes to life with...  (more)

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so dear to my heart, that's exactly what that movie is

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best film ever made about walt disney's own childhood
how come you call that film a cartoon? the animation is astounding but the live action parts are great too
along with pollyanna and many others, that film should be available in disneyland...  (read more)

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