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Aaron's Magic Village (1995)

Die Schelme von Schelm (original title)
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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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 ...
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Lewis J. Stadlen ...
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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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Foolish Fun!
17 December 2001 | by (San Francisco, California) – See all my reviews

"Aaron's Magic Village" a.k.a. "The Real Schlemiel" is an obscure animated movie, but an enjoyable one. It takes its story from the works of Isaac Bashevis Singer, and Jewish folklore. This movie is not up to Disney's state-of-the-art standards, I must say. The scene of the Golem destroying the houses of Chelm was done in 3-D CGI, which doesn't quite fit with the rest of the movie. (A detail! No matter!) Still, you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this movie!


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