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Freddie as F.R.O.7. (1992)

The story about a man-sized frog named Prince Frederic who is turned into a frog by his wicked aunt Messina and hired by British Intelligence to solve the mysterious disappearances of some ... See full summary »

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Freddie (voice)
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Daffers (voice)
David Ashton ...
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El Supremo (voice)
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Brigadier G (voice)
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King (voice) (as Sir Michael Hordern)
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Young Freddie (voice)
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Nessie (voice)
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Old Gentleman Raven (voice)
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Trilby (voice)
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Scotty / Additional Voices (voice)
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Storyline

The story about a man-sized frog named Prince Frederic who is turned into a frog by his wicked aunt Messina and hired by British Intelligence to solve the mysterious disappearances of some of Britain's greatest monuments. Several hundred years later, Freddie is now living in modern-day Paris -- a six-foot-tall amphibian with the moniker Secret Agent F.R.O.7. Messina, too, is still around causing mischief, joining forces with an arch-villain named El Supremo in a scheme to shrink Big Ben. Freddie, alerted to Messina's nefarious plans, gathers his fellow agents Daffers and Scottie together, planning to hide out in Big Ben and surprise the evil doers when they are set to strike at the much-loved British landmark. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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He's a secret agent with super powers... A leaping green fighting machine... Defending the world against the forces of evil... He's... See more »


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28 August 1992 (USA)  »

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Freddie the Frog  »

Box Office

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$1,119,368 (USA)
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1.33 : 1
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Was the lowest grossing US release animated movie of all time until The Ten Commandments (2007) and Delgo (2008) both broke its record. See more »

Quotes

Trilby: I have a message for you F.R.O.7. And the message is... DEATH!
Freddie: Well, then you better give me the message.
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Connections

Featured in Jambareeqi Reviews: Freddie as F.R.O.7 (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Lay Down Your Arms
Music & Lyrics by Geoff Downes, Gregory Hart and John Payne
Sung by Steve Howe
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Warts and all...
14 December 1999 | by (Minot, North Dakota) – See all my reviews

...This may very well be the worst animated children's film of all time. How can such top notch talent get involved with a script that looks as if it was made up as the animators turned in sketches. The songs are terrible, and poorly timed, the story is for nerdy eight year old British schoolchildren, and this should be avoided at all costs. This cost me $1.04 on clearance, and I tossed it after I watched it, then proceeded to coax my terrified two year old out from under the couch with a Teletubbies tape.


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