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Panama (1982) Panama

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Weston Woods Studios Inc. Ernest V. Troost Ernest V. Troost Ernest V. Troost Wolfram Burnke
  • 1982
  • Weston Woods Studios Inc.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bear, Tiger, Crow.
  • Directed By Ernest V. Troost.
  • Produced By Ernest V. Troost.
  • Written By Janosch (Original Book, "Oh, Wie Schön Ist Panama").
  • Edited By Ernest V. Troost.

Additional Crew:

  • Voices: Dan Diggles, Harry D. Buch, Paul R. Gagne, Twila Sehnert.
  • English Version: Judy Davis.
  • English Dialogue Directed and Edited By: Ernest V. Troost.
  • Produced By: Jeske, Klemens and Egenolf (Arbeitsgruppe Medienverband) for Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne.
  • Music: Wolfram Burnke.

  • Based On The Book "Oh, Wie Schön Ist Panama"
    by Janosch

    © 1978 Bette Vertag, Westerim and Basel

    Published In The U.S. By Little, Brown and Company
    under the Title "The Trip To Panama"

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Two friends, a bear and a tiger, live happily in a cozy little house in the country. One day, the bear finds a box of bananas on the river. The box is labeled...  (more)

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When I first saw this cartoon 20 years ago, I felt it was more of a satire of religious beliefs of some, or of religion as a whole. Now after seeing it again I'm almost sure of it. I'm going off to do some research on the author to see if it's...  (read more)

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