Animated Genesis (1952) Theatrical Cartoon

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Animated Genesis

Animated Genesis (1952) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • Foldes
  • Distributed by: British Lion
  • Cartoon Characters: Man, Greed, Goodness.
  • Voice Actors: Edric Connor.
  • Directed By Peter Foldes, Joan Foldes.
  • Produced By Peter Foldes, Joan Foldes, Alexander Korda.
  • Animated By Peter Foldes, Joan Foldes.
  • Awards: Prize for Colour (Short Film), Cannes Film Festival, 1952, Winner, Special Award, British Film Oscar Statuette  Academy Awards, 1953.
  • Music: Thomas Henderson.
  • Originally Released in Sep, 1952 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 22 minutes.
  • Technicolor/Kodachrome
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

The creation of stars, atoms and complex molecules leads to a devastating depiction of human and natural destructive forces.

Cartoon Production Information:

The first cartoon to win a British Film Academy Award.

Amateur production by a husband and wife, filmed on 16mm Kodachrome, then released on 35mm Technicolor by Alexander Korda.

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