Tristan Et Iseut (Tristan And The Princess Of Irelandis) (2002) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film


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Tristan Et Iseut

Tristan Et Iseut

English Title: Tristan And The Princess Of Irelandis

Tristan Et Iseut (Tristan And The Princess Of Irelandis) (2002) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
  • Oniria Pictures, Neuroplanet
  • Cartoon Characters: Tristan, Isolde, Puck, The Morholt, King Mark, Ganelon.
  • Voice Actors: Louis Wright, Ciara Barker, Derek Kueter, Thomas Sanne.
  • Directed By Thierry Schiel.
  • Produced By Sophia Kolokouri, Thierry Schiel, Nana Kolokouri.
  • Music: Stéphane Meer, Patrick Sigwald, Sylvie Bonnet.
  • Editor: Ciaran Mulhern.
  • Originally Released on April 03, 2002.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 83 minutes.
  • Color
  • Luxembourg  Luxembourg / France  France

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Welcome to the Middle Ages! Tristan is the King's son, but he is not yet a knight and refuses to be married to the daughter of the King of England- a girl whom he...  (more)

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English Title: "Tristan And The Princess Of Irelandis."

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