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Labou (2008)

G | | Family | 19 May 2009 (USA)
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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rose Magri ...
Patron #1
Darnell Hamilton ...
Gavin (as Darnell J. Hamilton)
Eric Pollard ...
Patron #2
Bud Richardson ...
Patron #3
Copely Davis ...
Barmaid (as Liz Coulon)
Barnie Duncan ...
Captain Lerouge
Dylan Kippes ...
Cool Kid (as Dylan Kipps)
Earl Scioneaux ...
Ronald McDowell (as Earl J. Scioneaux Jr.)
Ray Nagin ...
Mayor Adams (as C. Ray Nagin)
Ellis Marsalis ...
Mark Smith ...
Jazz Band


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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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Ronald: Tan my hide. I can't believe it.
Reggie: I know. How cool would it be to find an alien?
Ronald: Not an alien, you space cadet, oil. We found oil.
Reggie: Did we?
Ronald: See all of this growth? This is the result of heavy mineral deposits. And where there's minerals there's...
Reggie: Aliens?
Ronald: I blame your mother. Oil, you idiot. Where there's minerals there's oil. We're golden.
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Great adventure for kids!
23 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see a screening of the finished film. This is a fantastic children's film; well produced and good character development. There is no violence, profanity or sex. This G picture is the kind of movie parents can feel good about taking their children to. The story focuses on friendship, teamwork, and preserving nature. The kids in the audience loved it because it was funny and a great adventure. The storyline focuses on three kids who embark on an adventure in the Louisiana swamps and encounter pirates, bad guys, ghosts, an adorable animatron, Labou, and treasure! Greg Aronowitz, who has worked on eleven of Steven Spielberg's films, wrote, directed and co-produced this picture which was financed and filmed in Louisiana. This is Aronowitz's first feature film. His talent is obvious and I am sure that this is the first of many for him. I can't wait until it is released so I can take my nieces and nephews to it. I will recommend Labou to all of my friends with kids.

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