Feu Sacré (Sacred Fire) (2010) Theatrical Cartoon

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Feu Sacré

Feu Sacré

English Title: Sacred Fire

Feu Sacré (Sacred Fire) (2010) Theatrical Cartoon Feu Sacré

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • 2D CG Animation
  • Vivement Lundi!, Nadasdy Film
  • Voice Actors: Frédéric Polier, Robert Nortik, Céline Goormaghtigh, Juan Fernandez, Laurane Nyikus, Luca Nyikus, Sandra Cotting, Nicolas Burlet; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast...
  • Directed By Zoltan Horvath.
  • Animated By Lynn Gerlach, Shinta Juilland, Julien Melt, Zoltan Horvath.
  • Music: Léon Rousseau.
  • Editor: Zoltan Horvath.
  • Originally Released in 2010 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 9:05 minutes.
  • Color
  • France  France

Cartoon Summary:

In the living wax museum devoted to Hollywood actors of the 50s, the quiet and darkness are now back after the incident caused by two children. They had dropped three motorcycles that made the table featuring Marlon Brando in "The Wild One." Escaping from the...  (more)

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English Title: "Sacred Fire."

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