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Peril In Peru Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1980
Filmation Associates
 featuring Sport Billy, Sport Lilly, Queen Vanda, Willy, Sporticus XI

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Peril in Peru 8 out of 5 stars

Peru and the Horse

Reviewed by: Cesar_Dominguez, May 09, 2003

Hola from Peru;
When I was a little kid in the early 80's I used to watch "Sport Billy" on local TV. It had the same name in spanish.
This special episode was settle here in Peru. It revolved with the famous "Caballo Paso Peruano" (Dancing peruvian horse) a special breed of horse that swings and actually dances along peruvian creole music while riding in the yard.
I can remember the gang coming to Peru present time. It was a nice surprise to see my country featured in a cartoon of those times.
If you ever want to come and visit my dear country don't hesitate to reach me. IŽll feel very happy to help you out with your travel to Peru since I work for the Tourist Information Bureau here in Lima-Peru.
Looking forward to hear back from you very soon.

Cesar Dominguez
A Peruvian Young Man Of Honor
Lima, Peru
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The Emperor's New Groove Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
2000
Walt Disney Pictures
 featuring Emperor Kuzco/Narrator, Pacha, Nina, Yzma, Kronk, Chicha, Chaca, Tipo, Theme Song Guy, Bucky the Squirrel, Waitress; more Characters More Cartoon Characters...

Academy Award Nominee  The Emperor's New Groove On Video!  The Emperor's New Groove BCDB Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (4.2/5 stars from 20 users.)

The Emperor's New Groove 10 out of 5 stars

Hola from Peru!

Reviewed by: Cesar_Dominguez, May 09, 2003

Hola Amigos!
I was happily surprised when this film first came out back to early 2001 here in Peru. It was very nice that Disney focused on the Inca's Lost world of course there were some mistakes like mixing different patterns of different cultures and history lines but it was very funny any way.
"Cuzco" in quechua (the ancient language of the incas) means "Navel of the World" something I consider quite appropiate for our little friend.
"Pacha" means soil, ground or land. This character was certainly down to the ground!
The evil lady remains me too much of Cruela Devil and Malefica from "Sleeping Beauty".
I like my country to be portrayed nicelly and funny if after watching this movie you ever plan to come down here to Peru and visit the actual Macchu Picchu citadel and our large Pre Inca and Inca History I'll feel very glad to help you with your visit since I work for the Tourist Information Bureau here in Lima and I like to have friends from all over the world in order to improve the image of my country and my peop`le.
Best Regards

Cesar Dominguez
A Peruvian Young Man of Honor
Lima, Peru
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