Animation Nation - Something to Say

Series looking at the history of British animation focuses on the wave of animated films which broke onto the nation's screens in the late 1960s, from the Beatles' Yellow Submarine to Terry Gilliam's groundbreaking work for Monty Python. Contributors include Bob Godfrey, Richard Williams and Gerald Scarfe, who recall how animation as a satirical medium was used to reassess the world with a sceptical eye.


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