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Aaron's Magic Village (1995)

Die Schelme von Schelm (original title)
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When God distributed wiseness and foolishness through a newly created world, one of the cherubs accidentally dropped all the foolishness on a tiny village called Chelm. So everyone in the ... See full summary »

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(stories), (screenplay) (as Galia Benousilio) | 2 more credits »
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Tommy J. Michaels ...
Aaron (voice) (as Tommy Michaels)
Ronn Carroll ...
Uncle Shlemiel (voice)
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Zlateh the Goat / Aunt Sarah / The Matchmaker (voice)
Stephen D. Newman ...
Darko, the Sorcerer (voice) (as Steve Newman)
Ivy Austin ...
The Lantuch (voice)
Harry Goz ...
Gronam Ox (voice)
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Sender / Tudras (voice)
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Treitel / The Donkey (voice)
Larry Keith ...
Schmendrick / Voice Over (voice)
Lewis J. Stadlen ...
Lekish / Zeinvel / The Peddler (voice)
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Dana (voice)
Margery Gray ...
Dina (voice) (as Margery Gray Harnick)
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Dona (voice) (as Julia K. Murney)
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When God distributed wiseness and foolishness through a newly created world, one of the cherubs accidentally dropped all the foolishness on a tiny village called Chelm. So everyone in the village is very dumb. Recently orphaned boy Aaron and his friendly goat Zlateh live there with Aaron's uncle Shlemiel. When an evil sorcerer and his monster attack the village, Aaron and Zlateh have to defend it themselves. Written by Anonymous

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19 September 1997 (USA)  »

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A Credit to Chelm
Composed and Arranged by Michel Legrand
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Produced by Peter Völkle and Dora Benousilio
Performed by Ronn Carroll, Tommy J. Michaels (as Tommy Michaels), Lee Wilkof, Chip Zien, Larry Keith, Tovah Feldshuh and Lewis J. Stadlen
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Euro cartoon film breaks the traditional mold.
26 November 1998 | by (Suffolk, Virginia) – See all my reviews

A lot of animated movies suffer from a lack of innovation and an age-old plot, but AARON'S MAGIC VILLAGE managed to turn around the same old tradition. It's adventure-based, but it defines new meaning. It isn't Disney, but the colors are brilliant along with some 3-D animation. Some of the tunes were very melodic enough to go with the humor. I felt the sound effects were annoying, though. They're just like you hear on other TV cartoon shows, making this sound hokey. I'm not a fan of foreign animated movies, but this one is different. Another perfect way to spend time before the big Thanksgiving meal!


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