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Dry Land

Dry Land (1997) - Sanbarbe le Pirate Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Sanbarbe le Pirate Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • France Animation, Canal J, France 3, Neuroplanet, Ravensburger, Videal
  • Distributed by: Neuroplanet, kaBOOM! Entertainment Inc.
  • Cartoon Characters: Sanbarbe (Nobeard), Juliette, Raoul, Boum Boum, Granny, Glass Eye, Kakornak.
  • Directed By Mohamed Tidadini.
  • First Aired about 1997.
  • Originally Aired on Canal J Canal J (France), France 3 France 3 (France), RaiUno RaiUno (Italy), RTE RTE (Ireland), Canal 11.
  • Running Time: 5 minutes.
  • Color
  • France  France / Germany  Germany

Cartoon Summary:


Bored with life on the Hurricane, the pirates decide to take over an island.

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Alternate Series Titles: "Sanbarbe" and "Nobeard The Pirate."

The world of legendary pirates with Captain Sanbarbe (Nobeard) at the helm. Actually, he isn't cut out at all to be a pirate. He can neither swim, sing sea shanties nor tie a proper knot. But on the...  (more)

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