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The Tune

The Tune (1992) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • Feature Length Animated Film
  • Distributed by: October Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Del, Didi, Mayor, Mr. Mega, Mrs. Mega, Dot, Wiseone, Surfer, Tango Dancer, Cabbie, Houndog, Bellhop, Surfer.
  • Originally Released in 1992.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 72 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Del is a songwriter for the obnoxious Mr. Mega, and in love with Didi, Mega's secretary. He's given 47 minutes to write a hit or lose his job and his sweetheart.

Featuring 10 songs that each pay homage to different forms of American popular music, "The Tune" follows the adventures of Del, a nerdy carrot-topped songwriter, after he takes a wrong exit from a cloverleaf and finds himself stranded in Flooby Nooby, a strange and unfamiliar farming town. He is led around by the town's mayor and learns from the townspeople how to write songs from the heart and not from a rhyming dictionary. Along the way, he meets an astonishing array of characters, including a psycho-babbling guru and even a hip-swiveling canine Elvis impersonator. He just might learn to write songs from the heart.

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