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Mark Hall

Mark Hall

(Passed – 2011)

  • Mark, you brightened my childhood enormously. I've lit this in your honour. Thank you for your amazing talent. Rest in peace.
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Mark Hall

Mark Hall
(Passed – 2011)

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Mark Hall

(Passed – 2011)
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This is an online obituary dedicated to Mark Hall. He was one half of the famous film company Cosgrove Hall Films which produced such childrens greats as Chorlton and the Wheelies, Dangermouse and Count Duckula. Mark Hall was also responsible for a film adaptation of Wind In The Willows.
Mark Hall passed away on the 18th Novemeber 2011 and this tribute has been created to honour the contribution he made to many people's childhoods, including my own. I especially remember rushing in from school to watch Dangermouse and the pseudo-adult humour that was employed was simply brilliant. The world will be a poorer place for losing his talent. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 22nd Nov 2011
Robert Reeves
wrote:
Mark Hall along with Brian Cosgrove created a wonderful place to work and made world class animation programs. For those lucky enough to work at Cosgrove Hall we will never forget that lovely atmosphere enableing people to create great films.
Mark may you Rest in Peace
Rob Reeves
Remembrance Messages
On 22nd Nov 2011
Issi Addison
wrote:
What a wonderful man. I remember, too many years ago, sitting in a restaurant with Mark and Brian, Roy and our sons, discussing the merits (or otherwise) of Count Duckula. Needless to say, the boys were totally enchanted by CD and, even though they are now grown-ups are still avid fans of Chorlton, Dangermouse, BFG and all the other genius characters. Barney in particular remembers with much affection, his week of work experience with Cosgrove Hall which helped
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Remembrance Messages
Issi Addison
message continued:
forge his career in television, and I remember the Staff Christmas Party one year - a bit hazy, but legendary. He will always be in our thoughts.
Issi, Dan, Joe and Barney.
Remembrance Messages
On 21st Nov 2011
Richard Haynes
wrote:
Dear Mark,
Thank you for Cosgrove Hall and all those wonderful prodcutions - and above all, for 'The Wind in the Willows'. Thank you for influencing me in my animation career, and for giving me all those opportunities. You will be missed my so many. RIP Mark Hall.
Richard
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Anonymous
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Mark, you brightened my childhood enormously. I've lit this in your honour. Thank you for your amazing talent. Rest in peace.
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Mark Hall

This is an online obituary dedicated to Mark Hall. He was one half of the famous film company Cosgrove Hall Films which produced such childrens greats as Chorlton and the Wheelies, Dangermouse and Count Duckula. Mark Hall was also responsible for a film adaptation of Wind In The Willows.
Mark Hall passed away on the 18th Novemeber 2011 and this tribute has been created to honour the contribution he made to many people's childhoods, including my own. I especially remember rushing in from school to watch Dangermouse and the pseudo-adult humour that was employed was simply brilliant. The world will be a poorer place for losing his talent. May he rest in peace.

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