Oscar's Orchestra

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Bach To The Future

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  • Oscar's Orchestra Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Oscar the Piano, Mr. Crotchet, Rebecca, Eric the Triangle, Trevor the Tuba, Monty the Violin, Sylvia the Flute, Thadius Vent, Lucius, Tank, Goodtooth.
  • Originally Released in 2000 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Welcome to a silent future, where evil dictator Thadius Vent has banned music from the world forever. But a piano is fighting back- a piano called Oscar!

Oscar and his band of illegal instruments have formed a resistance movement to bring music back to the world. Holed up in the disused music store owned by Mr. Crotchet and his granddaughter Rebecca, Oscar the piano, Eric the Triangle, Trevor the Tuba, Monty the Violin and Sylvia the flute, fight the daily fight against Thadius Vent and his evil henchmen, Lucius and Tank.

Some of the world's greatest pieces of classical music form the soundtrack to their many adventures.

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