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Who Stole Switzerland?

Who Stole Switzerland?

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  • The Secret Show Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: BBC Worldwide
  • Cartoon Characters: Victor Volt, Anita Knight, Professor Professor, Changed Daily, Special Agent Ray, Mr Atom, Doctor Doctor, The Impostors, Martian Gravity Thieves, Nana Poo Poo, Helsinki-Man, The Floaty Heads, Robert Baron, Dr Hypno, Eartha Quaker, Porka-Worka, The Reptogators, The Chef.
  • Originally Released in 2007.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 13 minutes.
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:


Martian gravity thieves are sucking up the Earth's gravity into trucks and flying it off the planet. Entire countries are now floating around, weightless. Meanwhile, Mars is becoming so gravitational that all the Earth's countries are slowly being sucked towards it on a collision course! Victor and Anita must get the Earth's gravity back before the two planets collide.

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