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3 August 2006 (Germany) See more »
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On a magical tropical island, a fun-loving group of misfit animals and people make a marvelous discovery... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Wonderful adaptation of a wonderful book See more (5 total) »

Cast

 
P.J. Battisti ... Tim (voice: English version)
Madeleine Blaustein ... Shoe (voice: English version)
Wigald Boning ... Professor Habakuk Tibatong (voice)
Pete Bowlan ... Sami (voice: English version)
J. David Brimmer ... Solomon (voice: English version) (as Michael Alston Baley)

Anke Engelke ... Wutz (voice)
Florian Halm ... Diener Sami (voice)
Christoph Maria Herbst ... Doktor Zwengelmann (voice)
Kevin Iannotta ... Tim Tintenklecks (voice)
Ulrike Johanssen ... (voice)
Stefan Krause ... Pinguin Ping (voice)
Lisa Ortiz ... Impy (voice: English version)
Oliver Pocher ... Schuhschnabel Schusch (voice)
Domenic Redl ... Urmel (voice)
Kayzie Rogers ... Peg (voice: English version) (as Charlotte Mahoney)
Frank Schaff ... Waran Wawa (voice)
Sean Schemmel ... King Pumponell (voice: English version)
Michael Sinterniklaas ... Prof. Horatio Tibberton (voice: English version)
Alan Smithee ... Dr. Zonderburgh (voice: English version)
Klaus Sonnenschein ... König Pumponell (voice)
Bernhard Völger ... (voice)
Wolfgang Völz ... See-Elefant (voice)
Meredith Zeitlin ... Ping (voice: English version) (as Zoe Martin)
Jimmy Zoppi ... Monty (voice: English version)

Directed by
Reinhard Klooss 
Holger Tappe 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Oliver Huzly 
Reinhard Klooss 
Max Kruse  novel
Sven Severin  (as Sven Severin)

Produced by
Andreas Fallscheer .... co-producer
Oliver Huzly .... executive producer
Reinhard Klooss .... producer
Stephan Mallmann .... co-executive producer
Sebastian Riemen .... executive producer: Ambient Entertainment
Holger Tappe .... producer
Michael Waldleitner .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Jim Dooley 
 
Film Editing by
Fabian Mueller 
 
Production Design by
Henning Ahlers 
Jens Benecke 
 
Production Management
Fabian Mueller .... production manager
 
Art Department
Jens Benecke .... storyboard artist
Michael Mantel .... storyboard artist
Ulrich Zeidler .... concept artist
 
Sound Department
Stefan Busch .... sound designer
Joo Fürst .... foley artist
Lisa Geffcken-Reinhard .... foley editor
Michael Kranz .... sound re-recording mixer
Nico Krebs .... sound designer
Nils Rademacher .... production sound designer
Benjamin A. Rosenkind .... sound engineer
 
Special Effects by
Gildas Gerdes .... hair supervisor
Tino Waschke .... technical director: hair & fur
 
Visual Effects by
Markus Baumeister .... digital compositor
Markus Baumeister .... lighting artist
Michael Best .... digital effects artist
Bernd Bohnert .... cloth supervisor
Jan Dubberke .... digital compositor
Marieke Franzen .... texturing artist
Christian Haas .... visual effects artist
Jens Kafitz .... texture & shading supervisor
Fredrik Kammer .... lighting/rendering technical director
Sven Kroog .... character modeling supervisor
Alexander Nicolas Ostermann .... character animator
Michael Peter .... lead texture artist characters
Michael Peter .... lighting artist
Manuel Pietschmann .... digital effects artist
Kay Poprawe .... texturing & shading
Udo Schlörmann .... digital compositor
Timo Schnitt .... visual effects
Sheldon Stopsack .... lighting/rendering technical director
Pedram Taghdisi .... character animator
Nicolai Tuma .... animation supervisor
Tilmann Vogt .... character animator
Tino Waschke .... technical director: hair & fur
Guillaume Wyatt .... lighting and rendering
 
Animation Department
Henning Baumeister .... character animator
Hartmut Engel .... character animator
Uwe Heidschötter .... animator
Mascha Jürgens .... character animator
Oliver Kurth .... character designer
Benedikt Niemann .... animation supervisor
Carsten Seller .... animator
 
Music Department
Jeffrey Biggers .... music scoring mixer
Tim Davies .... conductor
Tim Davies .... orchestrator
Peter Fuchs .... music scoring engineer
Karin Gatzke .... music consultant
Karin Gatzke .... music coordinator
Todd Haberman .... composer: additional music
Daryl B. Kell .... music editor: scoring
Matthew Margeson .... additional music arranger
Alan Meyerson .... music scoring mixer
Nils Rademacher .... music editor
Nils Rademacher .... temp music
Brandon Roberts .... music preparation
Paul Talkington .... music coordinator
Tom Trafalski .... music editor
Greg Vines .... score mixing assistant
Hans Zimmer .... score producer
 
Other crew
Jan Fröhlich .... digital laboratory supervisor
Georg Höss .... head of legal affairs
Pascal Karls .... computer systems manager
Ricardo Marcelino .... computer systems
Pierre Peters-Arnolds .... liaison: PPA Film - Studio G (as Pierre Peters-Arnold)
Frank Schaff .... dubbing director
Michael Welzel .... digital laboratory supervisor
 
Thanks
Josef Brandmaier .... thanks
Melanie Reynard .... thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Impy's Island" - USA (festival title)
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Wonderful adaptation of a wonderful book, 19 September 2007
Author: TeeJayKay from Germany

No offense to anybody, but I think that it is very hard for anybody who didn’t grow up in Germany in the past forty years to appreciate the impact that this story has had on kids and adults here (Urmel is now the official mascot of Germany’s national ice-hockey team!). This is, after all, the third adaptation of the original book (not counting the 2-D cartoon series) and, I must say (being very skeptical about remakes), a very good one. It was good to see Max Kruse, the author of the book (1969), who is now 86 years old, commenting on the DVD how much he appreciated this version, and I understand why. In many aspects, it has been carefully (!) updated and adapted to current taste, but in other ways it is MORE faithful to the original book than the more famous TV puppet version from the 1960s. And the dialog is so faithful to the book that I could anticipate all the punch lines! Apart from that, I was also surprised (not having read the book or seen the older version for a while) to see how topical the theme still is. I certainly never watched it for its “message” when I was 8 years old, but it has one: It is the old theme of the conservationist (who wants just to preserve nature) vs. the scientist (who wants to analyze and dissect everything) vs. the trophy hunter (who is purely destructive for the sole purpose of achieving personal “glory”). It is in no way subtle – but it is told in a way that children understand. I can tell, because my daughter is now about the same age that I was when I saw it for the first time, and the impact hasn’t changed. And thanks to DVD, we can all watch the 1969 version alongside the new one – I think we have two wonderful version of one wonderful book. And tell your kids to read the book, too (the book is called “Urmal from the Ice Age” in English, “Plodoc” in French).

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