Diamonds Aren't Forever (2000)

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Diamonds Aren't Forever

Diamonds Aren't Forever

Diamonds Aren't Forever (2000) Diamonds Aren't Forever

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  • Cosgrove Hall Films, CPI, Gerry Anderson Productions
  • Distributed by: Thames Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain Thrice, Walking Stick, Roger, Isambard, Lyca, Sproggle, Short Fred Ledd.
  • Voice Actors: David Holt, Kate Harbour, Rob Rackstraw, Jimmy Hibbert.
  • Directed By Chris Taylor.
  • Produced By Gerry Anderson, Craig Hemmings, Brian Cosgrove, Chris Bowden.
  • Music: Crispin Merrell.
  • Originally Released on January 27, 2000.
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • Production Number: 21
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Tailing Short Fred Ledd to the planet Icesester, Sproggle is captured by the pirate who holds him hostage. Fred is after the Icesester Diamond, the largest diamond in the universe with the power to absorb the energy of a sun. If the Paradox crew don't find the...  (more)

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Stop-Motion Animation.

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