Birds Of A Feather... (2000)

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  • Cosgrove Hall Films, CPI, Gerry Anderson Productions
  • Distributed by: Thames Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain Thrice, Walking Stick, Roger, Isambard, Lyca, Sir Squeakalot, Sproggle, Dr. Agon, Trump, Short Fred Ledd, The Dank, Colonel Clump.
  • Voice Actors: David Holt, Jimmy Hibbert, Kate Harbour, Rob Rackstraw.
  • Directed By Chris Taylor.
  • Produced By Gerry Anderson, Craig Hemmings, Brian Cosgrove, Chris Bowden.
  • Music: Crispin Merrell.
  • Originally Released on March 09, 2000.
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Dr. Agon proposes an alliance of the Paradox crew's greatest enemies and summons Short Fred Ledd, the Dank and Captain Clump to the Dark Station. Each has a story to tell of an encounter with the Paradox crew that has left them with a score...  (more)

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Stop-Motion Animation.

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