The Phantom Tollbooth (1969)
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Master animator Chuck Jones has created this full length fantasy, his first since being name director of MGM's animation department. A young boy (Butch Patrick) is bored with his life in San Francisco and finds himself in a fantasy land where letters and numbers are at war with each other. He drives through the Phantom Tollbooth and into an animated fantasy land. The voices of Mel Blanc, June Foray and Daws Butler are featured in this story taken from the book by Norton Juster. The boy tries to
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The animation is clean, with enough pop to do Dictionopolis-and-company justice.
Audience Reviews for The Phantom Tollbooth
- Voices Of: My angles are many and my sides are not few, I'm the dodecahedron and Who are You?
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