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Supertramps (2004) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Supertramps

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  • Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
  • Barton Films.
    Co-Production: Dibulitoon Studio, Irusoin, Euskal Telebista (ETB)
  • Cartoon Characters: Tano, Nora, Ramón, Pastor, Chung-I-Fly, Pitbull Mayor, Pitbull Joven.
  • Voice Actors: Pello Artexe, Pili Ferrero, Angel Alkain.
  • Directed By Iñigo Berasategui, José María Goenaga.
  • Produced By Xabier Berzosa, Fernando Larrondo, Ricardo Ramón.
  • Animated By Iñigo Berasategui.
  • Awards: Nominee, Goya, Best Animation Film (Mejor Película de Animación), José María Goenaga and Iñigo Berasategui, 2005.
  • Music: Pascal Gaigne.
  • Originally Released on December 01, 2004.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 79 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Welcome to the animal underworld. Flea-ridden black cats pretending to bring bad luck for a profit, senile pigeons who've lost the knack of flying, laboratory rats...  (more)

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