The BFG (1989 movie)
|Directed by||Brian Cosgrove|
|Screenplay by||John Hambley|
|Based on||The BFG|
by Roald Dahl
|Produced by||Brian Cosgrove|
|Edited by||Nigel Rutter|
|Music by||Keith Hopwood (music and score)|
Malcolm Rowe (lyrics and score)
The BFG is a 1989 British animated movie produced by Cosgrove Hall Films. Based on the 1982 book of the same name by Roald Dahl. It was directed by Brian Cosgrove and written by John Hambley. The movie was first shown on 25 December 1989 on ITV in the UK.
The movie was dedicated to animator George Jackson, who had worked on numerous Cosgrove Hall productions prior to his death in 1986. This movie is also the last and posthumous role of Ballard Berkeley (voice of the Head of the Army), who died in 1988.
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- ↑ "The BFG - Animator Mag - Issue 26". Archived from the original on 2020-10-30. Retrieved 2021-01-09.