A Day in the Night of Jonathan Mole

A Day in the Night of Jonathan Mole

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This short film from director Donald Brittain tackles the subject of racial prejudice in employment, in a particularly witty fashion. It takes the form of a fantasy in the mythical country of Adanac, featuring arch bigot Jonathan Mole, Mrs. Platitude, Professor Short Sight and other characters.

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A Day in the Night of Jonathan Mole, Donald Brittain, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • camera
    John Gunn
  • sound
    John Locke
    George Croll
  • music
    Donald Douglas
  • editor
    Kirk Jones
  • sound editor
    Victor Merrill
  • script
    Donald Brittain
  • director
    Donald Brittain
  • producer
    Peter Jones
  • cast
    Michael Kane
    John Vernon
  • narration
    Michael Kane