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People: A Musical Celebration (1995)

When a young girl thinks everyone should be the same because wars and fighting are started by differences, she learns from her grandfather that everyone is different which is what makes the world exciting.

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Grandpa (voice)
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Cara (voice)
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The Storyteller (voice)
Dai Dai Ming ...
Candle Seller (voice)
Ophelia Essien ...
Flower Shop Owner (voice)
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Cara and her lovable Grandfather embark on a journey of imagination that brings them face to face with the wonderful variety of people around the world. Based on the book by Peter Spier, PEOPLE features 10 original songs by major recording artists, elaborate animation, and unforgettable characters. Written by Anonymous

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24 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Cara: Fight, fight, fight. That's all people know how to do is fight. Grandpa, I figured something out.
Grandpa: You did? About what?
Cara: About why people fight. Like Mom and Dad and everyone. This one hates that one, that one fights with the other one. I think I figured out why.
Grandpa: Well, that's important. People have been trying to fix that one for years. Why do people fight?
Cara: They think they're different.
Grandpa: Well, that's a very good answer. What exactly does it mean?
Cara: It means people fight because they think everybody ...
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Soundtracks

Welcome to Our World
Music and Lyrics by Lebo M.
Produced and Arranged by Jason Miles and Lebo M.
Lead Vocal by Lebo M.
Guitar: Robbie Nevil
Bass: Bakithi Kumalo
Percussion: Cyro Baptista
Drums: Steve Gadd
Drum Overdubs: Tal Bergman
Horns: Psychic Horns
Choir: M. Jimmy Mgwandi, Thandi Bhengu, Ntomb Khonadlamini, Thuli Dumakude, Sechaba Molefe,
Faith Kekana (as Fana Kekana), Lindiwe Dlamini, Nandi Morake
(C)1995 Polychrome Music (ASCAP)/ZM Morake Music (ASCAP)
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The Disney Channel brought me here for my childhood
29 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

The Movie about the girl named Cara who visit her Grandpa arapartment(played by Hume Cronyn) who both going visit Grandmother grave before on journey of imagination to brings them face to face with the wonderful variety of people around the world. But Cara ask him a question is "Why did People are fighting?" So Grandfather tell her all about that when he met his friend was Storyteller(played by James Earl Jones) who tell the story when mens fighting with legendary human animals attack humans in Africa called "The Dreamtime War". The movie end Cara know what People is wonderful their are, and her Grandfather agree her.

People: A Musical Celebration is was wonderful animated movie with musical adventures and Imagination version of Epcot at Walt Disney World. Make sure you let your kids watch this movie, but soon and later. I watch this movie on The Disney Channel when I was kid in 90s, I really love like movie so much.

Storyline, animated, and songs is fantastic, and voice acting is great

Hume Cronyn and James Earl Jones did great job in this movie, and I wanna what happen Sasha Gronim she did great job playing Cara in this movie.


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