''One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Stub Fish. Oh how I wish That this article wasn't a Stub Fish. This article is a stub. Please help expand it so it has all info.The Lorax was a cartoon based on Dr. Seuss' The Lorax.


A young boy goes to meet a ruined industrialist called the Once-ler in a tireless wasteland and hear his tale of what happened to him. His tragic story is about how he began a thriving business with a useless but versatile fashion product derived from the trees of a forest. As his business booms, the forest and its inhabitants suffer as he wantonly clearcuts without regard to the warnings of a wise old creature called The Lorax about the dire consequences of his greed.


  • Introduced by: Eddie Albert
  • Voice Characterizations by: Bob Holt
  • Music by: Dean Elliott
  • Production Design: Maurice Noble
  • Directed by: Hawley Pratt
  • Produced by: Friz Freleng and Ted Geisel
  • Executive Producer: David H. DePatie
  • Animation: Warren Batchelder John Gibbs Manny Gould Bob Matz Bob Richardson Robert Taylor Dick Thompson Don Williams
  • Voices: Athena Lorde, Harlen Charraher
  • Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas
  • Camera: John Burton, Jr. Larry Hogan Ray Lee
  • Film Editing: Lee Gunther Joe Siracusa Rick Steward
  • Executive In Charge of Production: Stan Paperny
  • Production Supervision: Harry Love

The Songs

  • Lyrics by: Dr. Seuss
  • Music by: Dean Elliott
  • Production Mixer: Steve Orr
  • Teleplay by: Dr. Seuss
  • Storyboard by: Irv Spector


  • Eddie Albert - Narrator
  • Bob Holt - The Lorax, Mr. Once-Ler
  • Athena Lorde - Ms. Funce-ler
  • Kenny Pires - Nick
  • Thurl Ravenscroft - Singer (uncredited)


Brown Barbaloot Suits


File:The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

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