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George Dunning (II) (1920–1979)

George Dunning was born on November 17, 1920 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was a producer and director, known for Yellow Submarine (1968), The Flying Man (1962) and The Apple (1963). He died on February 15, 1979 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 58) in London, England, UK

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 1975 Safety Senses (Documentary short) (producer)
 1970 Moon Rock (Short) (producer)
 1965-1967 The Beatles (TV Series) (producer - 33 episodes)
- Wait/I'm Only Sleeping (1967) ... (producer)
- Taxman/Eleanor Rigby (1967) ... (producer)
- Good Day Sunshine/Ticket-to-Ride (1967) ... (producer)
 1965 Charley (TV Movie) (producer)
 1964 The Insects (Short) (producer)
 1963 The Apple (Short) (producer)
 1962 The Flying Man (Short) (producer)
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Animator, trained under Norman McLaren at the National Film Board of Canada. With UPA from 1955, later taking over their London operation. Remained in England after the unit's closure, and formed his own company. An expert at glass work and pencil animation. He was best known for his work on The Beatles feature 'Yellow Submarine'. See more »

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