Pampas And The Oak Tree (1988)


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Pampas And The Oak Tree

Pampas And The Oak Tree (1988) Pampas And The Oak Tree

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  • Filmfair Animation
  • Cartoon Characters: Berry, Butterbur, Rosebay, Pampas.
  • Voice Actors: Peter Hawkins.
  • Directed By Jenny Kenna.
  • Produced By Maya Kemp, Graham Clutterbuck.
  • Music: Joan Alexis.
  • Editor: Andi Sloss.
  • Originally Released in 1988 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 5 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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Pampas is very impressed by the great oak trees in the countrieside- so much so that he decides to grow his own. He sits waiting, watching, until he learns that...  (more)

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Stop-motion animation. Wherever there are flowers, trees and grass, there are Windfalls. These charming characters introduce pre-school children to the world of nature and the environment. The...  (more)

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