Magos y Gigantes tells the story of Gigante, a vertically challenged giant, Ada, a fairy who's wings have yet to blossom and Trafalgar, a curious looking little wizard and their adventures ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Rossy Aguirre ...
Ada (voice)
Francisco Colmenero ...
Mago Enigma (voice)
Miguel Couturier ...
Omega / Guardaespaldas1 (voice)
Eduardo Garza ...
Juan Ramón Huerta ...
Alfa / Guardaespaldas2 (voice)
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Titán Caradura (voice)
Moisés Iván Mora ...
Cochinito (voice)
Rubén Trujillo ...
Trafalgar (voice)
Gaby Ugarte ...
Princesa Luna (voice)
Xochitl Ugarte ...
Gigante (voice)
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Magos y Gigantes tells the story of Gigante, a vertically challenged giant, Ada, a fairy who's wings have yet to blossom and Trafalgar, a curious looking little wizard and their adventures while attending the biggest magic tournament in the land of Reino Magico, and the ensuing mayhem when Titan Caradura, an evil wizard, is disqualified from the tournament and seeks revenge by hatching up an elaborate plan to steal the magic powers from all the inhabitants of Reino Magico. Written by Anima Estudios

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wizard | tournament | magic | fairy | giant | See All (16) »


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19 November 2003 (Mexico)  »

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This film is known for being thee first ever film, entirely made with Adobe Flash to be released theatrically. It first released in Mexico in 2003. See more »

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Spoofs The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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The MAGIC is just starting...
28 July 2004 | by (Mexico, Mexico) – See all my reviews

In the last years I started loving so much the animation and I started watching all kinds of animated movies, cartoons etc... From Disney's style of storytelling to the strange world of "The Triplets Of Belleville". Everything I watch was international and the few Mexican animated movies where a little percent Mexican and the rest was Spanish. One day when I was getting out of the movies I watch a Theatrical Poster of "Magos and Gigantes" and at first sight I thought it was another American Movie of another American Studio until last summer I watch the first preview and I notice that it was 100% a Mexican production so I liked it. I watched the movie and I find it good for been a Mexican movie but it wasn't such as good in quality to an American mive but you have to see the great first Mexican 100%work.


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