Jack Stokes, Robert Balser

Jack Stokes & Robert Balser attending The Beatles Yellow Submarine preview for the digitally restored 1968 animated feature, screened at British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), presented by the Saturday Times. Jack Stokes & Bob Balser animation director on Yellow Submarine, give an after screening discussion as panelists about the making of the film. Piccadilly, London, UK, 23rd May 2012

Robert Balser (1928 - 2016)
Jack Stokes (1921 - 2013)

Yellow Submarine credits:

THE BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE (1968)
running time: 87min

producers: King Features / Apple / UA
animation: cel, cut-out and experimental animation techniques

director: George Dunning
animation directors: Jack Stokes, Robert Balser
producer: Al Brodax
assiciate producer: Mary Ellen Stewart
animation studio: TVC
prod supervisor: John Coates
art director: Heinz Edelmann
special sequences: Charles Jenkins
prod coordinator:  Abe Goodman
screen story: Lee Minoff
screenplay: Lee Minoff and Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn and Erich Segal, from an original story by Lee Minoff, based upon a song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
music: The Beatles / John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
musical director: George Martin
starring: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
animation directors: Jack Stokes, Robert Balser
additional seq director: Edrich Radage
live action seq director: Dennis Abey.
animation: Alan Ball, Reg Lodge, Tom Halley, Dave Livesey, Duane Crowther, Rich Cox, Cam Ford, Mike Pocock, Geoff Loynes, Mike Stewart, Malcolm Draper, Ted Percival, Lawrence Moorcroft, Dennis Hunt, Arthur Humberstone, Anne Jolliffe, Tony Cuthbert, Paul Dreissen, Hester Coblentz, Dick Horne, John Challis, Diane Jackson, Geoff Collins, Gerry Potterton, Chris Caunter (special effects)
animation clean-up: Ted Lewis (supervisor), Ian Cowan, Richard Dakin, Christopher Miles, Ray Newman.
trace & paint supervisors: Helen Jones, Corona Maher, Janet Hosie, Margaret Geddes, Jenny Brisbane, Susan Brown, Susan Gibbons.
background supervisors: Alison De Vere, Millicent McMillan
design: Jon Cramer, Dick Sawyer
layout artists: Gordon Harrison, Ray Aragon, Peter Arthy, Jack Daniels, Alan Grey, Ted Pettingal, Gill Potter
background artists: Jenny Aldridge, Arthur Button, Malcolm Dakin, David Elvin, Paul Francis, Ian Gordon, Caird Green, Clare Greenford, Muriel Jennings, Martina Selway.
editor: Brian J. Bishop
dubbing editors: Donald Cohen, Ken Rolls
dubbing mixer: Hugh Strain
camera operators: John Williams, Richard Wood, Bev Roberts, Graham Orrin, Rex Neville, Alan Foster, Malcolm Livesey, Ian Letts, Tony Hanes,
administration: Peter Franklin
assistant: Norman Kauffman
prod assistant: Sally Hyman
assistant editor: Torquil Stewart             
produced at the studio of TVC London
voices: John Clive (John), Geoffrey Hughes (Paul), Peter Batten (George), Paul Angelis (Ringo Chief Blue Meanie), Dick Emery (Lord Mayor, Nowhere Man, Max), Lance Percival (Old Fred)
 
The Beatles Yellow Submarine was digitally restored in 2012

(partial credits)

Date: 23/05/2012

Location: Piccadilly, London, England

Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff

Jack Stokes, Robert Balser

Jack Stokes & Robert Balser attending The Beatles Yellow Submarine preview for the digitally restored 1968 animated feature, screened at British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), presented by the Saturday Times. Jack Stokes & Bob Balser animation director on Yellow Submarine, give an after screening discussion as panelists about the making of the film. Piccadilly, London, UK, 23rd May 2012

Robert Balser (1928 - 2016)
Jack Stokes (1921 - 2013)

Yellow Submarine credits:

THE BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE (1968)
running time: 87min

producers: King Features / Apple / UA
animation: cel, cut-out and experimental animation techniques

director: George Dunning
animation directors: Jack Stokes, Robert Balser
producer: Al Brodax
assiciate producer: Mary Ellen Stewart
animation studio: TVC
prod supervisor: John Coates
art director: Heinz Edelmann
special sequences: Charles Jenkins
prod coordinator:  Abe Goodman
screen story: Lee Minoff
screenplay: Lee Minoff and Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn and Erich Segal, from an original story by Lee Minoff, based upon a song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
music: The Beatles / John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
musical director: George Martin
starring: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
animation directors: Jack Stokes, Robert Balser
additional seq director: Edrich Radage
live action seq director: Dennis Abey.
animation: Alan Ball, Reg Lodge, Tom Halley, Dave Livesey, Duane Crowther, Rich Cox, Cam Ford, Mike Pocock, Geoff Loynes, Mike Stewart, Malcolm Draper, Ted Percival, Lawrence Moorcroft, Dennis Hunt, Arthur Humberstone, Anne Jolliffe, Tony Cuthbert, Paul Dreissen, Hester Coblentz, Dick Horne, John Challis, Diane Jackson, Geoff Collins, Gerry Potterton, Chris Caunter (special effects)
animation clean-up: Ted Lewis (supervisor), Ian Cowan, Richard Dakin, Christopher Miles, Ray Newman.
trace & paint supervisors: Helen Jones, Corona Maher, Janet Hosie, Margaret Geddes, Jenny Brisbane, Susan Brown, Susan Gibbons.
background supervisors: Alison De Vere, Millicent McMillan
design: Jon Cramer, Dick Sawyer
layout artists: Gordon Harrison, Ray Aragon, Peter Arthy, Jack Daniels, Alan Grey, Ted Pettingal, Gill Potter
background artists: Jenny Aldridge, Arthur Button, Malcolm Dakin, David Elvin, Paul Francis, Ian Gordon, Caird Green, Clare Greenford, Muriel Jennings, Martina Selway.
editor: Brian J. Bishop
dubbing editors: Donald Cohen, Ken Rolls
dubbing mixer: Hugh Strain
camera operators: John Williams, Richard Wood, Bev Roberts, Graham Orrin, Rex Neville, Alan Foster, Malcolm Livesey, Ian Letts, Tony Hanes,
administration: Peter Franklin
assistant: Norman Kauffman
prod assistant: Sally Hyman
assistant editor: Torquil Stewart             
produced at the studio of TVC London
voices: John Clive (John), Geoffrey Hughes (Paul), Peter Batten (George), Paul Angelis (Ringo Chief Blue Meanie), Dick Emery (Lord Mayor, Nowhere Man, Max), Lance Percival (Old Fred)
 
The Beatles Yellow Submarine was digitally restored in 2012

(partial credits)

Date: 23/05/2012

Location: Piccadilly, London, England

Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff