Young girl Dot and her friend Nelson the dolphin find Tonga, a beached whale who lost her family in whalers attack and wants to die. Dot believes that Moby Dick could convince Tonga to live, so Nelson takes Dot to Antarctica to find him.
Dot promises a mother kangaroo that she will find her lost joey. An orphaned rabbit overhears this promise and pretends to be a kangaroo because he wants a mom. Dot and the rabbit travel ... See full summary »
Eight entry in the series of animated films about a little Australian girl called Dot and her animal friends. Dot competes to become a film star in 1930s Hollywood in order to pay for the operation that could save her sick koala friend.
Young Ali and his camel-driver grandfather Moussa take part in an expedition through the Australian Outback. Faced with prejudice, Moussa's knowledge and the hardiness of his camels in the ... See full summary »
After failing to sell any of his paintings at a funfair, an artist begins to tell his granddaughter about the origins of his paintings. We are then transported on board a British convict ... See full summary »
Yoram Gross could use the best Australian actors of stage, film and television
I am very disappointed how the voice acting from this animated full-length film to "Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown" (1998) looks like. Robyn Moore voiced all female characters and Keith Scott voiced all male characters, including Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. I think that Yoram Gross could use the best Australian actors of stage, film and television for the voice acting of his best animated full-length films like "The Magic Riddle" (1991) and "Blinky Bill: The Mischievous Koala" (1992). Without them, the voice acting from this animated full- length film to "Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown" (1998) looks horrible. On the bright side, the voice acting from "Dot and the Kangaroo" (1977) to "Dot and the Bunny" (1983) looks good.
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