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Turma da Mônica em Cinegibi, O Filme (2004)

Franjinha, the inventor kid in Monica's gang, tired of reading the comics, invents a new device to read the stories: a kind of a story-processor, that swallows the printed pages and projects the scenes in movement, on the wall.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Rodrigo Andreatto ...
Franjinha (voice)
Marli Bortoletto ...
Mônica (voice)
Wanessa Camargo ...
Herself
Paulo Cavalcante ...
Cascão (voice)
Maurício de Sousa ...
Himself / Bidu
Elza Gonçalves ...
Magali (voice)
Luciano Huck ...
Himself
Pedro Leonardo ...
Himself (as Pedro)
Fernanda Lima ...
Herself
Angélica Santos ...
Cebolinha (voice)
Thiago ...
Himself
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Franjinha, the inventor kid in Monica's gang, tired of reading the comics, invents a new device to read the stories: a kind of a story-processor, that swallows the printed pages and projects the scenes in movement, on the wall.

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Animation | Family

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9 July 2004 (Brazil)  »

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$153,539 (Brazil) (9 July 2004)
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Followed by Turma da Mônica em Uma Aventura No Tempo (2007) See more »

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A movie made for kids, but good for the whole family
21 June 2008 | by (Brasil) – See all my reviews

One of the best things of this movie is that, like the original comics, it was made specifically for the younger audiences. It follows some of the classic comic magazine stories, mostly unknown to the new generation, as they were printed a while back, and gives it life for everyone to enjoy. To the little ones, it's a funny wild romp into new stories with the beloved Monica's gang - to the older audiences it's a fun new look at the stories many of us remember coming out originally in the form of a comic.

When I heard a new movie was being made for the Gang, I was excited but a little wary; after all, a full length feature for the comic had never been done with live actors mixed in before... what if that ruined the movie? As it turns out, the additions of the live actors were very sensibly put and well done and I found them rather enjoyable...


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