Two children are teleported to a magical island and search for the giant Argon to save it.

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Amy Miller ...
Tracey Allan
Shannon Lynch ...
Wayne Allan
Tim Gosley ...
Rog (voice)
Terry Angus ...
Sidney The Witch / Sir Python (voice)
Stoney Ripley ...
Uncle Eggbert / Molcaster (voice)
Jamie Bradley ...
Flock (voice)
Frank Meschkuleit ...
Argon
Gay Hauser ...
Isabelle Allan
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Siblings Tracy and Wayne find a mysterious artifact that teleports them to Blizzard Island, a magical place full of strange creatures. They discover that the island is slowly dying, and the only way to save it is by finding and waking up the giant Argon. However, the evil witch Sidney won't have any of that... Written by Froz

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31 May 1992 (Netherlands)  »

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Argons Ketting  »

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The voice of Sidney the Witch was Terry Angus doing a rough impression of Taminella Grunderfall, a character from "The Frog Prince" voiced by Jerry Juhl. When Juhl saw the film, he inquired to Angus about the Witch voice: "Ah-ha! Now where did that come from?" Angus admitted that it was based on Taminella Grunderfall. When asked if he was mad, Juhl replied, "Mad? No! Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." See more »

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Edited from Blizzard Island (1988) See more »

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A great series!
17 April 1999 | by See all my reviews

This movie was culled from the Eastern-Canadian/CBC produced TV series "Blizzard Island". I met puppeteer Terry Angus at a local convention a few years ago and congratulated him on his Henson-like puppets and quality production values. And it should look like a Henson production since he worked on several JHP programs, including "Fraggle Rock". I think the original run of this show was about 12 episodes. A great effort!


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