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Was originally conceived as a CGI show using motion-capture for the faces of the characters, however this was changed (after going partly into production with it) as they realized just how restrictive CGI would be on their budget. See more »

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Keiko: [typing email to Mark the bird] Lots of love Keiko, Kiss, Kiss, Kiss PS. You Have Lovely Eyes!
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Funny, if you like animation
19 May 2004 | by (Brighton, England) – See all my reviews

I saw this on the day it was released, and i couldn't help myself laughing! I thought it was terrific, the animation was both cheesy and clever. The acting was over the top but very funny and the characters were so goofy they made the show ace!

But for someone to like it they would have to like silly humour because thats what this show is.

It is about a group of animals who have been experimented on and they believe they are from the past when animals were rulers of the planet, as they wander the country trying to find a place to rest the, scientists fear that they might reveal the secrets of the testing sight. Having created a half cat half gorilla killing machine they send him out to capture the animals,hilarity ensues, thats basically it.

7/10!!!!!


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