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Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment Dudley Moore, Michael Kilgariff, Elly Fairman, Eric Meyers, Steven Lander, John Baddeley, Eve Karpf, Colin McFarlane, Murray Melvin; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Tony Collingwood Christopher O'Hare
  • 2001
  • Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment
  • Oscar's Orchestra Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Oscar the Piano, Mr. Crotchet, Rebecca, Eric the Triangle, Trevor the Tuba, Monty the Violin, Sylvia the Flute, Thadius Vent, Lucius, Tank, Goodtooth.
  • Vocal Talent: Dudley Moore (Oscar), Michael Kilgariff (Mr. Crotchet), Elly Fairman (Rebecca), Eric Meyers (Eric), Steven Lander (Trevor, Lewis), John Baddeley (Monty), Eve Karpf (Sylvia), Colin McFarlane (Thadius, Tank), Murray Melvin (Lucius), Sean Barrett (Goodtooth), David DeKyser (Narrator).
  • Directed By Tony Collingwood.
  • Produced By Christopher O'Hare.

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  • Based On An Idea By: Jan Younghusband.

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Welcome to a silent future, where evil dictator Thadius Vent has banned music from the world forever. But a piano is fighting back- a piano called Oscar! Oscar and...  (more)

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