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The Magic Pudding (2000)

An old man, a young anthropomorphic koala, a South Pole penguin and Albert, a magic sentient walking and talking bowl of pudding with an attitude are searching for koala's missing parents. However, sinister forces want the pudding.

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Sam Sawnoff (voice)
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Bill Barnacle (voice)
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Albert the Magic Pudding (voice)
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Bunyip Bluegum (voice)
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John Laws ...
Rumpus Bumpus (voice)
Greg Carroll ...
Watkin Wombat (voice)
Peter Gwynne ...
Michael Veitch ...
Bandicoot (voice)
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Buncle (voice)
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Ginger (voice)
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Frog on the Log (voice)
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Meg Bluegum (voice)
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Tom Bluegum (voice)
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An old man, a young anthropomorphic koala, a South Pole penguin and Albert, a magic sentient walking and talking bowl of pudding with an attitude are searching for koala's missing parents. However, sinister forces want the pudding.

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Animation | Family

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14 December 2000 (Australia)  »

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El pudding mágico  »

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Sam Neill appears in this movie based on a children's book by Norman Lindsay. In Sirens (1993), Sam Neill appears as Norman Lindsay. See more »

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No taste in this meaningless Pudding
18 January 2002 | by (australia) – See all my reviews

I watched the first half hour of this thing on Showtime this morning before I switched off the TV. The best bits were the water colour backgrounds. Story was s***e. No direction. Lots of meaningless action. All wasted and futile. The people that made this need to go back and Learn the craft of Storytelling. Moral: Don't try and upgrade a classic.

Funniest bit: John Laws trying to act. Hilarious!


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