Cockaboody (1973) Theatrical Cartoon

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Cockaboody (1973) Theatrical Cartoon Cockaboody

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • Hubley Studio Inc.
  • Cartoon Characters: Emily Hubley, Georgia Hubley.
  • Voice Actors: Emily Hubley, Georgia Hubley.
  • Directed By John Hubley, Faith Hubley.
  • Produced By John Hubley, Faith Hubley, Howard Sayer Weaver.
  • Animated By Tissa David.
  • Originally Released in 1973 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 9 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Emily and Georgia once again play, fight and act out various flights of the imagination. Beautiful animation combines with the tape-recorded voices of two pre-school children to create this remarkable and enduring portrait of a child's world. Their actual at-play...  (more)

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Critically acclaimed cartoon that ushered in the modern era of naturalist kids' cartoons (a la early Nickelodeon and HBO Kids). The Hubleys' real-life daughters are the voices of the main characters (and even Faith Hubley makes a cameo...  (more)

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A slightly belated continuation of the methods and style used in Windy Day (although apparently based on earlier recordings), and now with some academic backing for their endeavours! Doesn't make any difference though - it's still as sweet, funny...  (read more)

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