Jungledyret (1993) Theatrical Cartoon

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Jungledyret (1993) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • Per Holst Filmproduktion
  • Animation Studio: A•Film A/S
  • Cartoon Characters: Hugo, Rita, Conrad Cupmann, Izabella Scorpio/Izabella DeHavalot, Dellekaj/Meatball Charlie, Zig, Zag.
  • Directed By Stefan Fjeldmark, Flemming Quist Møller.
  • Produced By Eve Chilton, Kathleen S. Faherty, Per Holst, Anders Mastrup.
  • Animated By Meelis Arulepp, Michael Helmuth Hansen, Dan Harder, Kim Hagen Jensen, Karsten Kiilerich, Jørgen Lerdam, Jesper Møller, Rune Brandt Bennicke, Hope Devlin Kristiansen, Fran Doyle; more Animators More Cartoon Animators...
  • Music: Anders Koppel, Hans-Henrik Ley.
  • Editor: Mette Hesthaven.
  • Originally Released on December 10, 1993.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Color
  • Denmark  Denmark

Cartoon Summary:

Unique and happy-go-lucky jungle animal Hugo passes the time playing tricks on his friends Zig and Zag the monkeys. Then one day he is captured by movie producer Conrad Cupmann and his starlet wife Izabella to feature in their new film. They smuggle him aboard a...  (more)

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