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Quentin Blake

Quentin Blake was born on December 16, 1932 in Sidcup, Kent, England as Quentin Saxby Blake. He is known for his work on Jackanory (1965), The Story of the Dancing Frog (1989) and Patrick (1973). See full bio »

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Jackanory Art Department
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 2012 Mr. Stink (TV Movie) (titles: illustration)
 2005 Imagine (TV Series documentary) (illustrator - 1 episode)
- Fantastic Mr Dahl (2005) ... (illustrator)
 1997 The Enormous Crocodile (TV Movie) (original illustrations)
 1990 Dirty Beasts (TV Movie) (original illustrations)
 1990 Revolting Rhymes (TV Movie) (original illustrations)
 1968-1971 Jackanory (TV Series) (illustrator - 27 episodes)
- Tamara and the Sea-Witch/The Witch's Cat (1971) ... (illustrator: The Witch's Cat)
- Flat Stanley (1971) ... (illustrator)
- The Furious Flycycle: The Return (1971) ... (illustrator)
- The Furious Flycycle: The Search (1971) ... (illustrator)
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His illustrations for several of Roald Dahl's children's books are featured on a set of British commemorative postage stamps issued 10 January 2012, honoring the author. Illustrations originally used in the following books are seen on the stamps: "Fantastic Mr. Fox", "The Twits", "The Witches", "James and the Giant Peach", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Matilda", and "The BFG". See more »

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