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Al Brodax, Who Steered the Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ to the Screen, Dies at 90 – The New York Times

Al Brodax, Who Steered the Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ to the Screen, Dies at 90 – The New York Times

November 30
08:43 2016

Al Brodax, a television producer who delivered an enduring psychedelic classic when he turned the Beatles song “Yellow Submarine” into an animated film in 1968, died on Thursday in Danbury, Conn. He was 90.The death was confirmed by his daughter, Jessica Harris.In the 1960s, Mr. Brodax (pronounced BROH-dax) ran the motion picture and television division of King Features Syndicate, where he produced hundreds of “Popeye” cartoons for television.

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