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The Lorax (1972) (TV)

The Lorax (1972) (TV) TV


The Lorax

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Overview

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Ratings/Votes
7.9/10 (1146 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

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Release Date
(USA) - 14 February 1972

Running Time
25

Tagline

Keywords
abandoned-factory, air-pollution, based-on-children's-book, bird, character-name-in-title, deforestation, disappearance, dr-seuss, dual-role, endangered-species, environmental, faceless-man, factory, fish, greed, industrialist, pollution, recluse, regret, seed, shame, smog, smoke, swan, told-in-flashback

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Pictures of The Lorax


The Lorax Pictures


Cast of The Lorax

  1. Albert, Eddie (I) as (voice) [Narrator] <1>
  2. Carraher, Harlen as (voice) [Boy] <4>
  3. Crothers, Scatman as (uncredited) [Singer]
  4. Holt, Bob (I) as (voice) [The Lorax/The Once-ler] <2>
  5. Ravenscroft, Thurl as (voice) (uncredited) [Bass Singer]
  6. Lorde, Athena as (voice) [Miss O'Schmunsler] <3>
  7. Vance, Vivian as (uncredited) [Singer]

Genres in The Lorax

  1. Animation
  2. Family
  3. Short

Plot of The Lorax

A young boy goes to meet a ruined industrialist in a treeless wasteland and hear his tale of what happened to him. His tragic story is about how he began a thriving business with a useless fashion

Certificate of The Lorax

TV-G (USA)
G (Australia)
Uc (UK)(video rating) (1986)

Composers of music of The Lorax

  1. Elliott, Dean (I)

Distributors of The Lorax

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment [us] - (1996) (USA) (VHS)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) [us] - (1972) (USA) (TV)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2005) (USA) (DVD)

Quotes of The Lorax

The Lorax: I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees.

The Lorax: Yes, I am the Lorax who speaks for the trees, which you seem to be chopping as fast as you please. But I'm also in charge of the brown Bar-ba-loots, who played in the shade in their Bar-ba-loot suits and happily lived eating truffula fruits. Now, thanks to your hacking my trees to the ground, there's not enough truffula fruit to go 'round!
The Once-ler: I see your point. Yes, I do see your point.
The Lorax: They loved living here. But I can't let them stay. They'll have to find food, and I hope that they may. Good luck, boys! Good luck!

The Lorax: Well, Mr. Once-ler?
The Once-ler: Hmm. First the poor Bar-ba-loots. Then the poor Swommee-Swans. Now the poor Humming Fish... oh, Mr. Lorax, Mr. Lorax... this cursed factory of mine! Now, at last, I understand.
Ms. Funce-ler: [over intercom] Mr. Once-ler! Mr. Once-ler!
The Once-ler: Hmm? Oh, yes, Ms. Funce-ler?
Ms. Funce-ler: Stock markets just closed, and Thneeds Inc. stock is up! Up 27 and 5/8 points!
The Once-ler: Wow. Wow! Rowdy-dow!
[to Lorax]
The Once-ler: Now, you listen to me, Pop, while I blow my top! Trees? Ha! You speak for the trees? Well I speak for

Trivia of The Lorax

- The Truffula Trees produce assorted colors of material. About halfway into the special, both the Truffula Trees and the Thneeds we see are pink.

- This is the first Dr. Seuss CBS television special to feature the short version of the 1971-1975 Cat in the Hat Productions logo with only the "Cat in the Hat doing tricks" sequence.