Kirikou's Grandfather says that the story of Kirikou and The Witch was too short, so he proceeds to explain more about Kirikou's accomplishments. We find out how little boy became a ... See full summary »
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Natanaël, seven, still doesn't know how to read. His eccentric old aunt bequeaths her house to his parents and her book collection to the young boy. Nat discovers that the books serve as a ... See full summary »
Once upon a time there were two children nursed by same woman. Azur, a blonde, blue-eyed son of a noblewoman and Asmar, the dark skinned and dark-eyed child of the nurse. As kids, they ... See full summary »
I wonder why this cartoon seems to be nearly unknown: it's not a masterpiece for sure, but it's worthy see. Here we have the enterprises of Gwizdo e Lian-Chu, two dragon hunters who lives in a fantastic world of floating island. The first is a cowardly but speedy-talked young man whose passion is to have a contract signed for his job of everyday: the dragon hunting. But it's his big comrade Lian-Chu (as big as he's good)to fight against their amazing enemies. That's it, the dragons are almost always defeated, but hardly our heroes manage to be paid for this. Every episode told a story, not only the chase (that is actually left on the background), and each of these is an amusing adventure all to be enjoyed. I repeat: this series can be not a masterpiece, but it's a little jewel, very original especially for an European production (of animation, for in the French comics we can see more better things of this kind). Last thing: pay attention to the catchy opening theme, "The dragon hunters song" by the Cure!
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