The Story Keepers: Breakout (1995) Direct-To-Video Cartoon

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The Story Keepers: Breakout

The Story Keepers: Breakout

The Story Keepers: Breakout (1995) Direct-To-Video Cartoon

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  • Direct-To-Video CartoonDirect-To_Video
  • Shepherd Films, Focus on the Family Films
  • Animation Studio: Loonland
  • Produced By Nick Condon, Michael Algar, Brian Brown, David N. Weiss, Scott Bolinder, Chuck Bolte, David R. Anderson, Stephen Stiles; more Producers More Producers...
  • Animated By Michael Boylan, Colm Burke, David Coogan, Carlos Coronel, Teresa Cunniffe, Clive Dawson, Tony Ealey, Margaret McKenna, Joe Mulligan, Declan O'Connor, Shane Cooney, Robert Cullen; more Animators More Cartoon Animators...
  • Music: Sam Spence.
  • Editor: Aran O'Reilly, Sam Pouch.
  • Originally Released in December of 1995 (Estimate).
  • Direct to Video Release.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • Ireland  Ireland / U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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