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The Axe Factor (2009) Season 1 Episode 05- CJ the DJ Cartoon Episode Guide The Axe Factor

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  • Kapow Pictures PTY Limited, New South Wales Film Television Office
  • Cartoon Characters: CJ, Lesley, Si, Arnis, Lyle, The Patel Twins, Charley, Gene, Marsha.
  • Directed By Mark Gravas.
  • Music: Noel Burgess.
  • First Aired on December 07, 2009.
  • Originally Aired on ABC3.
  • Running Time: 11 minutes.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Australia  Australia

Cartoon Summary:


A mishap with a guitar forces CJ to dress up and compete against the local air guitar champion in a competition.

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CJ the DJ is a new 3D animation series, fresh and abrasive! This is the story of a young girl, nuts about music, who wants to share her passion with her friends. Like every teenager, music is the core...  (more)

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