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How Are Stars Born?

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  • Adi in Space Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • Tele Images Kids, Coktel, Luxanimation, Disney Channel, Vivendi Universal Games
  • Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
  • Cartoon Characters: Adi, Woops.
  • Voice Actors: Regine Candler, Andy Turvey.
  • Directed By Eric Bastier, Victor Berbesson, Etienne Beguinot.
  • Produced By Philippe Alessandri, Marie-France Han, Lilian Eche, Ariane Payen, Ludovic Barra.
  • Animated By Nicolas Tsiligas, Frans Van Den Ackerveken, Chérifa Bakhti.
  • Music: Fabricio Sirotti.
  • Editor: Dorota Junger.
  • First Aired about 2003.
  • Originally Aired on Discovery Kids Discovery Kids.
  • Running Time: 4 minutes.
  • Color
  • France  France / Luxembourg  Luxembourg

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This series about space, for children aged 7 to 12, combines 3D animation of the two characters with amazing archival sequences. Each episode answers a question...  (more)

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