John Henry Trailer

John Henry Trailer (2000)

27 May 2000 Animated, Drama, Music 10 mins

Disney's retelling of the legend of John Henry, the steel-driving man.

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Cast

Alfre Woodard

as Polly / Narrator (voice)

Tim Hodge

as MacTavish (voice)

Geoffrey Jones

as John Henry (voice)

Dave Murray

as Thomas (voice)

Crew

Mark Henn

Director

International Titles

Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection - John Henry Trailer

Walt Disney Animation Studios Shorts Films Collection - John Henry Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 27 May 2000

Production Companies

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