Vincent Trailer

Vincent Trailer (1987)

08 October 1987 Animated, History 105 mins

A biography of Vincent van Gogh using only images and the letters he wrote to his brother Theo.

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John Hurt

as (voice)

Marika Rivera

as (voice)


Paul Cox


International Releases Dates

Australia 08 October 1987

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