The adventures of a young farm mouse and his friends and family.


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Series cast summary:
Sarah Briand ...
 Reynaldo 1 episode, 2002
Sherri-Lee Darrach ...
 Boss Mouse 1 episode, 2002
 Ringmaster 1 episode, 2002
Ben Kinder ...
Nils Ling ...
Rob MacDonald ...
 Bridgid 1 episode, 2002
 Eleanor 1 episode, 2002
Jack McAndrew ...
Bill McFadden ...
 Narrator 1 episode, 2002
David Moses ...
Lillie O'Brien ...
Marlane O'Brien ...
Jessica Pellerin ...
 Eckhart 1 episode, 2002
Laurel Smyth ...
 Madam Kelly 1 episode, 2002
Mitchell Underhay ...
 Sweeney 1 episode, 2002
Don Wright ...


Eckhart, a half-hour animated series, celebrates the pioneering spirit, and the joys and challenges of growing up in beautiful, magical Prince Edward Island. The family series explores really big themes from a very small perspective - that of a small mouse named Eckhart, who is full of irrepressible wonderment about the mysteries of his world. Written by Anonymous

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Terrific kid's series
27 July 2004 | by (Tasmania) – See all my reviews

This Canadian animated series about an adventurous young mouse growing up on Prince Edward Island is just impossible not to like. I catch it unexpectedly now and again when I have morning TV on, and each time I usually find myself thinking "This is too good for TV".

There's nothing that unusual about the show's formula. It's just something about the beautiful rural scenery of its setting, the way it manages to be warm and meaningful without being preachy or moralistic (I suspect its being Canadian has something to do with this), and the wonderfully drawn characters (anyone who remembers 'The Secret of NIMH' will feel they're having a pleasant, languorous flashback)

It's an old-style series that is wholesome in the genuinely good sense of the word. Great stuff.

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