George and Rosemary

George and Rosemary

This animated romantic comedy about two golden agers proves that passion is not exclusively for the young. With humour and empathy, it tells of George's affection for his female neighbour and the outcome of his decision to quit daydreaming and take action.

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Credits
  • director
    Alison Snowden
    David Fine
  • script
    Alison Snowden
    David Fine
  • sound
    Alison Snowden
    David Fine
  • animation
    Alison Snowden
    David Fine
  • producer
    Eunice Macaulay
  • executive producer
    Douglas MacDonald
  • camera
    Pierre Landry
    Jacques Avoine
    Robin L.P. Bain
  • sound editing
    Paul Demers
  • narrator
    Cec Linder
  • re-recording
    Hans Peter Strobl
    Adrian Croll
  • voice
    Doris Malcolm
    Marty Myers
    Alexander Weldon
  • music
    Patrick Godfrey

  • None

    I enjoy the almost journlistic style of narration (haha). The sound work is great. Of course, the animation is very enjoyable, too. All round, an enjoyable experience. -Pam D.

    None, 28 Oct 2020
  • thebonnet

    A very amusing film!

    thebonnet, 9 Jan 2016
  • Noctambulo

    Hi David, I like it very much!. Especially the end, very original!

    Noctambulo, 13 Jan 2011
  • spirithaz2

    What's not to love about this endearing, scrupulously detailed film? I fell in love with it the first time I saw it and have not fallen out of love with its comically conveyed message.

    spirithaz2, 11 Nov 2010