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Michael W Howe
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This is the latest 'CG film from another country that gets big-name voices doing the dialogue to get people to show up'that has come out recently, and yet there are no threads on this.

Just thought I'd start this thread. I remember when I was young and Nickelodeon ran the TV show 'Pinwheel,' they'd have some segments of the Magic Roundabout (though in those days, it was stop-motion). The shows always started with a little girl talking to a weird red guy ona spring with a black moustache named Zebbidi (though according to some articles, Zebbedi was supposed to be evil!). After they counted to three, the viewers and all were whisked away to another realm, which contained characters such as a dog named Doogal, a snail named Brian, as well as a talking cow and train.

Our theater is getting 'Doogal,' and so far the previews have just left my mouth with a bitter taste (the only one to clean my palette regularly of the scum and such is 'Cars').

"He's got three Piston Cups!"
"He did WHAT in his cup!??"

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E. Allen
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Thanks, Michael, for starting this thread.

My name is Enoch Allen, this is my first post, and I have something to say about Doogal, aka The Magic Roundabout.

What a shame.

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