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Madeline: Lost In Paris

Madeline: Lost In Paris

Alternate Title: The Madeline Movie: Lost In Paris

Madeline: Lost In Paris (The Madeline Movie: Lost In Paris) (1999) Feature Length Direct-To-Video Animated Film Madeline: Lost In Paris

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  • 1999
  • DiC Entertainment
  • Buena Vista Pictures
  • Feature Length Direct-To-Video Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Madeline, Miss Clavel, Pepito, Genevieve, Madame Lacroque, Uncle Henri Horst.
  • Vocal Talent: Andrea Libman (Madeline), Lauren Bacall (Madame Lacroque), Jason Alexander (Uncle Henri Horst), Louise "Stevie" Vallance (Miss Clavel), Christopher Plummer (Narrator).
  • Directed By Marija Miletic Dail.
  • Produced By Riley Kathryn Ellis.
    Executive Producer: Pancho Kohner.
    Co-Executive Producer: Saul Cooper.

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When a lost uncle from Vienna pays a surprise visit, Madeline's dreams of family life seem wonderfully fulfilled- until she find herself in the middle of an...  (more)

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