The Wacky World of Mother Goose
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|The Wacky World of Mother Goose|
Cover of soundtrack L.P.
Arthur Rankin Jr.|
Joseph E. Levine
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Tales of Mother Goose|
by Charles Perrault
|Distributed by||Embassy Pictures|
The Wacky World of Mother Goose (1967) is an animated feature film made by Rankin/Bass, written by Romeo Muller and directed by Jules Bass based on Charles Perrault's stories and nursery rhymes. It features Humpty Dumpty, the Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe, and the Crooked Man (the villain). Mother Goose is voiced by Margaret Rutherford.
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In the land of Old King Cole: Jack and Jill, Simple Simon, Georgie Porgie, Humpty Dumpty, and the others are worried when Mother Goose has to visit her sister who lives beyond the Moon. Meanwhile, Count Walktwist the Crooked Man is up to no good and will stop at nothing to rule the land, so it's up to the good characters to try and stop him.
- Margaret Rutherford - Mother Goose
- Bob McFadden - Humpty Dumpty
- Bradley Bolke - Crooked Man
- Laura Leslie
- James Daugherty
- Craig Sechler
- Susan Melvin
- Kevin Gavin
- Bryna Raeburn
- Robert Harter
- William Marine
- Director - Jules Bass
- Producer - Arthur Rankin, Jr.
- Executive Producer - Joseph E. Levine
- Associate Producer - Larry Roemer
- Screenplay - Romeo Muller
- Story - Arthur Rankin, Jr.
- Adaptation from The Tales of Mother Goose - Charles Perrault
- Music and Lyrics - George Wilkins, Jules Bass
- Character Designer - Paul Coker, Jr. (uncredited)
- Continuity Designer - Don Duga
- Animation Production - Toei Animation (uncredited)
- Assistant Director - Kizo Nagashima
- Sound Engineers: Stephen Frohock, Alan Mirchin, Peter Page, Eric Tomlinson
- "The Wacky World of Mother Goose (1966) | BFI". Explore.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2014-06-26.
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