Pollux Et Le Chat Bleu (1970) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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Pollux Et Le Chat Bleu

Pollux Et Le Chat Bleu

Pollux Et Le Chat Bleu (1970) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
  • Traditional Animation
  • D.A.N.O.T.
  • Distributed by: Valoria Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Pollux, Zébulon, Blue Cat, Margote, Father Jouvence, Azalée, Ambroise, Flapy, "Blue Voice".
  • Voice Actors: Christian Riehl.
  • Directed By Serge Danot.
  • Animated By Jean-Marc Cahier, Claude Levet.
  • Music: Joss Baselli.
  • Originally Released on December 20, 1970.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 83 minutes.
  • Color (Eastmancolor)
  • France  France

Cartoon Summary:

Watched at night by his cuckoo clock, Pollux the dog dreams of his girlfriend Margote (and of sugar to crunch) when he's awakened by a light but odd noise. He gets...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Marionette animation. Based on the television series "Le manège enchanté," created in 1964. Production lasted from 1969...  (more)

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