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Labou (2008)

G | | Family | 19 May 2009 (USA)
Three kids get lost in the Louisiana bayou in search of a ghost pirate and his lost treasure, but what they discover is true friendship and the adventure of a lifetime.

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Emily
Rose Magri ...
Patron #1
Darnell Hamilton ...
Gavin (as Darnell J. Hamilton)
Eric Pollard ...
Patron #2
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Toddster
Bud Richardson ...
Patron #3
Copely Davis ...
Tipsy Patron
Elizabeth Coulon ...
Barmaid (as Liz Coulon)
Barnie Duncan ...
Captain Lerouge
Dylan Kippes ...
Cool Kid (as Dylan Kipps)
Earl Scioneaux ...
Ronald McDowell (as Earl J. Scioneaux Jr.)
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Reggie
Ray Nagin ...
Mayor Adams (as C. Ray Nagin)
Ellis Marsalis ...
Jazzman
Mark Smith ...
Jazz Band
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Three kids get lost in the Louisiana bayou in search of a ghost pirate and his lost treasure, but what they discover is true friendship and the adventure of a lifetime.

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Long Lost Treasure. New Found Friends.

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G

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Toddster: Who could you possibly talk to on the phone? Captain Hook?
Clayton: No. It's for emergencies. Stuff. Pizza deliveries.
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Hit The Road Jack
Written by Percy Mayfield
Lead Singer: Heather Marie Marsden
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26 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's fun for kids of all ages and the G rating makes it perfect for the whole family! With pirates, ghosts, cowboys and adventure, this film offers a lot of different things for both boys and girls. Of course, nothing to me was a cute as the little swamp creature Labou, indigenous to the Louisiana Bayou. Legend says that his whistle heard throughout the plantations of the South was the inspiration for jazz! This movie won several film festivals around the country including "Best of Fest" at the Chicago Int'l Children's Film Festival, and "Best Family Film" at Houston World Fest, among others! It also has the Dove Foundation seal of approval. Labou shouldn't be missed!


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