Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for The Mysterious Tadpole (1986)

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The Mysterious Tadpole

The Mysterious Tadpole

The Mysterious Tadpole (1986) The Mysterious Tadpole

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  • 1986
  • Weston Woods Studios, Michael Sporn Animation
  • Cartoon Characters: Louis, Alphonse.
  • Vocal Talent: Neil Innes (Narrator).
  • Directed By Michael Sporn.
  • Produced By Michael Sporn, Paul Gagne.
    Executive Producer: Morton Schindel.
  • Animated By Michael Sporn, Bridget Thorne.
    Rendering Artists: Michael Sporn, Bridget Thorne.
  • Written By Steven Kellogg (Book).
  • Edited By Paul Gagne.
  • Sound: Paul Gagne.
  • Animation Photography: Gary Becker, Wolf Ferro.

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Cartoon Summary:

Little Louis's best birthday present comes from his Uncle McAlister in Scotland: a tadpole! Louis names his new pet Alphonse, and can hardly wait to take him to school for show-and-tell. His class looks forward to watching Alphonse turn into a frog- but it soon...  (more)

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