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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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Quotes

Reggie: Dad! An alien took the cell phone! How cool is that?
Ronald: Did what you just say to me make any sense to you?
Reggie: Duh, you ever hear of "phone home"?
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Spoofs The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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Hit The Road Jack
Written by Percy Mayfield
Lead Singer: Heather Marie Marsden
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Excellent family movie.
2 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw it at one of the test screenings and thought it was a treat! Cute creature, and nice to see the movie makers shooting in New Orleans.

I really like the set up and you are not just bombarded with special effects and CG, just some good young actors and a good adventure with a Goonies type feel. The creature is animatronic and it has a real texture to it that they can yet get right and I have only glimpsed with the likes of Golem and that creature in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

This one looks to be some good family fun if it gets released and from what i saw it certainly should.

Great comedic father and son duo and from what I can gather the Mayor in the story is the real mayor of New Orleans.


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