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"The Ice Cream Promise" is the eleventh episode of Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series.

SummaryEdit

When Anne agrees to help Marilla make ice cream, she has no idea what she has gotten herself into. A small promise becomes a sizable commitment. She soon realizes that she is missing out on other activities she would rather do. Even Marilla feels she has bitten off more than she can chew. Still, neither knows how to broach the topic with the other.

PlotEdit

Voice castEdit

Main cast

Recurring cast

Guest cast

CrewEdit

Additional Animation: Hanho Heung UP Co Ltd
Assistant Background Coordinator: Meagan Bennell
Assistant Background Supervisor: Alexander Ahilov
Assistant Director: Luc Latulippe
Associate Producer: Christine Davis
Audio Post Production: Access Post Production
Audio Recording Studio: Manta Eastern Recording
Background Coordinator: Warren Shepherd
Background Key Coordinator: Laura Dundas
Background Keys: Grozdana Bukvic, Branislav Perkovic, Lin Qiu
Background Painters: Sandra Albornoz, Kamen Nikolov, Marisa Fidanza, Angela Cabral, Trevor Morgan, Dan Hance, Dalibor Simic, Dave Badour, Ana Varicak, Alexander Ivanisevic, Dejan Dimitrijevic, Svetlana Ristic, Cindy Riggs, Steve Murray, Piper Courchesne, Jodi Shuster, Bojana Videkanic, Colin Nordell, Sladjana Samardzija
Background Supervisors: Dejan Ostojic, Vladan Ignatovich
Casting Voice Director: Jessie Thomson
Character Designers: Mark Ackland, Peter Emslie, Dan Haskett, Andrew Shortt
Clean Up Artist: Diana Berson
Colour Assistant: Brenda Wood
Colour Styling: Paper Raven
Colourist: Mark Kueper
Compositors: Brian Harriman, Brad Husband, Carin Macinroy, Jason McCallum, Ian Marrs, Glen McLeod, Steve Sanderson
Design Coordinator: Jane Sobol
Desing Supervisor: Dave Quesnelle
Digital Painters: Derek Geldart, Brian Cooper, Elisa G. Dalmacio, Kathy Dzolganovski, Karin Jeffrey, Maria Teresa Q. Jocson, Laleh Ladjevardi, Tania Nikolova, James O'Conner, Jyun Oki, Editha Payumo, Christopher Peckham, Hugh Powell, Nora San Jose, Tomoko Sasaki, Ramon Storr, Anthony Valentine, David Volf
Director: Lilliane Andre
Director of IT Services: Greg Battle
Evening Paint Supervisor: Christina Helmer
Executive for TV Ontario: Pat Ellingson
Executive Producers: Kevin Sullivan, Trudy Grant
Ink & Paint Supervisor: Seamus O'Keeffe
Jr. Character Designer: Robin Boyko
Layout Artists: Blayne Burnside, Mike Dobson, Chris Hayes, Terry Lenko, Kent Madden, Eugene McDermott, Kevin McDonald, D.Moreira Pocinho, Colin Nordell, Barry Oehm, Joanne Rice, Dermot Walsh
Layout Assistant: Mario Di Cesare
Layout Coordinator: Brent Ackland
Layout Supervisor: Ted Collyer
Leica Editor: Shawn Kalb
Location Designers: Mike Brooks, Mark Komza
Music Composer and Conductor: Peter Breiner
On-Line Editor: Bernie Clayton
Off-Line Editor: Mhairi Kerr
Overseas Animation Supervisor: Alex Greychuck
Posing Artists: Rochelle Ansley, Jeff Astolfo, Ian Blum, Don Kim, Blair Kitchen, Wayne Lee Pack, Lisa Luxton, John Mahovlich, Andrew Shortt, Phillip Williams
Posing Assistant: Mario Di Cesare
Posing Coordinator: Brent Ackland
Posing Supervisor: Scott Glynn
Post Production Supervisor: Jane Humphreys
Producer: Marilyn McAuley
Production Accountant: Marie Dobson-Dunlop
Production Assistant: Remi Fernhout
Production Coordinator: Meredith Caplan
Production Manager: Cherri Hurst
Prop Designer: Edward Chee
Recording Engineer: Bill Hermans
Re-recording Mixer: Paul Edwards
Special Effects Designer: Raymond Pang
Story Board: Rui Albino, Dan Nosella
Story Editor: Michael MacLennan
Storyboard Coordinator: Nick Hehn
Storyboard Revision Artist: Mike Dobson
Timing Director: Neil Johnston
Writer: Claire Ross Dunn

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Behind the scenesEdit

References

  • The Avonlea Book Club is planning to discuss A Midsummer Night's Dream, a comedy written by famous English playwright William Shakespeare in 1595/96. Mrs. Lynde's parlor is decorated to resemble the forest to fit the theme of the play. Gilbert is to perform a part from the book and he chooses the role as Nick Bottom, the character who turns into a donkey. Mrs. Lynde then asks him to wear a costume for the occassion.
  • Anne offers to perform too and searches for the right part in Complete Works of Shakespeare, a volume containing all the plays and poems of William Shakespeare.
  • Peg Bowen likes the witches scene from Macbeth, a tragedy by Shakespeare thought to have been first performed in 1606. In the end, Anne chooses that very scene to perform at the meeting.
  • Rachel Lynde mentions they would read a book by an English novelist Charles Dickens for the following month. She wants Anne and Gilbert to perform a part from A Christmas Carol, Dickens' famous novella published in 1843.

DistributionEdit

This episode was released as part of the DVD box set Volumes 7-9, along with "Taffy!", "Lost and Found", "Idle Chatter", "A Better Mousetrap" and "A Walk in His Shoes".

GalleryEdit

Anne of Green Gables Wiki has 8 images from The Ice Cream Promise (view gallery).

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

Sullivan Entertainment animated universe
Works
Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series (2000–2001) (episodes · gallery)
Anne: Journey to Green Gables (2005) (gallery)
Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series episodes
"Carrots!" (gallery) · "Babysitter Blues" (gallery) · "The Stray" (gallery) · "The Best Partner" (gallery)
"A Question of Rules" (gallery) · "Taffy!" (gallery) · "One True Friend" (gallery) · "Lost and Found" (gallery)
"Idle Chatter" (gallery) · "A Bully by the Horns" (gallery) · "The Ice Cream Promise" (gallery)
"The Sleeves" (gallery) · "The Avonlea Herald" (gallery) · "Chores Eclipsed" (gallery) · "The Swim of Things" (gallery)
"Butterflies!" (gallery) · "A Walk in His Shoes" (gallery) · "The Witch of Avonlea" (gallery) · "A Square Peg!" (gallery)
"Marbles!" (gallery) · "Oh, Brother!" (gallery) · "A Condition of Superstition" (gallery) · "A Welcome Hero" (gallery)
"A Better Mousetrap" (gallery) · "No Anne is an Island" (gallery) · "Anne's Disappearing Allowance" (gallery)