The Enchanted Square

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The Enchanted Square
Noveltoon series
Directed by Seymour Kneitel
Produced by Seymour Kneitel
Isadore Sparber
Story by Shane Miller
Orestes Calpini
Voices by Jackson Beck
Gwen Davies
Cecil Roy
Joyce Terry
Music by Winston Sharples
Animation by Orestes Calpini
Al Eugster
Studio Famous Studios
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s) 9 May 1947
Color process Technicolor
Running time 9:38
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by The Stupidstitious Cat (1947)
Followed by Madhattan Island (1947)

The Enchanted Square was a Noveltoon cartoon, produced by Famous Studios and released on May 9, 1947. It marks the third appearance of Raggedy Ann in a cartoon. The cartoon was directed by Seymour Kneitel, written by Orestes Calpini and Shane Miller, animated by Calpini and Al Eugster, with scenics by Miller, and music composed by Winston Sharples.

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It is Halloween and Officer Patrick Flanagan finds a discarded Raggedy Ann and decides that it will make a good present for Billie, the blind daughter of the pretty Mrs. Davis whom Flanagan fancies. When Billie receives Raggedy Ann she is very thankful but she wishes she could see Ann. Raggedy Ann tells her that she can see her through her imagination. Billie imagines a fantastic voyage where she and Ann travel through a carnevalesque land based on the real world but run by Mr. Giuseppe the calliope player.

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