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Rarg (1988) Rarg

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  • Tony Collingwood Productions, Ltd., British Screen Finance, National Film and Television School
  • Distributed by: Hit Communications
  • Cartoon Characters: Storyteller, Professor, Senator, Baby, Teacher.
  • Voice Actors: Nigel Hawthorne, Michael Gough, Ronnie Stevens, Anne Jameson.
  • Directed By Tony Collingwood.
  • Produced By Chris O'Hare.
  • Animated By Tony Collingwood.
  • Music: Philip Appleby.
  • Originally Released in 1988 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 23 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

This is the story of Rarg. A land so perfect that the sun never rose until it was absolutely sure that everyone was awake. Everybody was happy in Rarg until one day an astonishing discovery was made that was to change their lives. The Rargians discovered that...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Created, written and animated by Tony Collingwood during his time at the UK's National Film and Television School. It was there that Collingwood met producer Christopher O'Hare. The pair teamed up to make "Rarg" a success. The story took over four and...  (more)

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A truly precious and timeless piece. I cannot think of a more appropriate short film for 5-8 yr olds. It produces wonderful comments and exchanges as you watch it with your children about life, reality, dreams, fate....and it's fun to repeat it again...  (read more)

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