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Rarg (1988)

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Superior Animated Flight Of Fancy
12 April 2001 | by (Forest Ranch, CA) – See all my reviews

All is peaceful in the lovely land of RARG, that is, until an old professor & a tiny baby make an alarming discovery about the nature of dreams...

Tony Collingwood's thought provoking tale is given a delightful animated production in this little British film. Viewers of all ages should find something here to beguile them.

Sir Nigel Hawthorne narrates & Michael Gough gives voice to the Professor. Philip Appleby's lilting music is performed by The London Symphony Orchestra, with an antique assist from The Museum of Mechanical Music in Chichester, England. The introduction by James Earl Jones, as seen in the PBS presentation, is utterly charming.


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