The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Alternate Title: Be Careful How You WishThe Incredible Mr. Limpet (Be Careful How You Wish) (1964) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Warner Bros.
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Henry Limpet, Bessie Limpet, George Stickel, Harlock, Admiral P.P. Spewter, Nazi Admiral, Fleet Admiral, Ladyfish, Crusty.
- Vocal Talent: Don Knotts (Henry Limpet), Carole Cook (Bessie Limpet), Jack Weston (George Stickel), Andrew Duggan (Harlock), Larry Keating (Admiral P.P. Spewter), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Nazi Admiral), Charles Meredith (Fleet Admiral), Elizabeth MacRae (Ladyfish), Paul Frees (Crusty).
- Directed By Arthur Lubin (Live Action).
Assistant Director: Sergei Petschnikoff.
- Produced By John C. Rose.
- Animated By Art Babbitt (uncredited).
Animation Director: Bill Tytla.
Associate Animation Directors: Hawley Pratt, Gerry Chiniquy.
Sequence Animation Director: Robert McKimson.
- Written By Jameson Brewer, Jack Rose.
Adaptation: Joe DiMona.
From the novel by: Theodore Pratt.
- Edited By Donald Tait.
- Designs: Hawley Pratt, Maurice Noble.
- Background Stylist: Don Peters.
- Cinematography: Harold Stine.
- Art Direction: LeRoy Deane.
- Animation Story Developer: John Dunn.
- Set Decoration: William L. Kuehl.
- Makeup Supervisor: Gordon Bau.
- Hair Stylist Supervisor: Jean Burt Reilly.
- Sound: Stanley Jones.
- Orchestrator: Carl Brandt.
- Conductor: Frank Perkins.
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Milquetoast Henry Limpet experiences his fondest wish and is transformed into a fish. As a talking fish he assists the US Navy in hunting German submarines during World War II.