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Mist: The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy (2006)

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Sir Gregory
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Josie Duck / Lost Lamb
Vanessa Clarke ...
Jessica Duck / Vanessa the Lady Ewe
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Drift / Janet Duck / Wendy the Ewe
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Gail / Joyce Duck
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Gillian Hanna ...
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David Kennard ...
The Boss
Paul Litchfield ...
David McNeill ...
Ernie / Storm / MacVicar
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Based on the story and characters by David Kennard

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25 December 2006 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Bebu - Ein Hund für alle Schafe  »

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Sir Gregory: What are the three golden rules?
Mist: No cliffs, no rams, no head to head.
Sir Gregory: My boss has no nose, how does he smell?
Mist: Terrible!
[they both laugh]
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Spin-off Mist: Sheepdog Tales (2007) See more »

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Mist On Windcutter Down
Written and Performed by Rob Bedford
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Unfair comment
24 December 2008 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I am originally from Scotland and agree with Zebra there on his/her comments about this being an excellent movie. I disagree with FeiLongEx who is from the US and heavily criticizes the movie, especially the accents, which he/she does not understand. I have seen many movies, animated and otherwise, that my 6 year old granddaughter enjoys, and which sometimes have atrocious American accent voice-overs that do not fit. Also, a number of movies starring Americans, such as Robin Hood King of Thieves and played by Kevin Costner who makes no attempt to hide his American accent. Remember that Mist is a BBC TV production and is not only in the best possible taste as a family story, but the voice-overs are mainly done by famous British and Irish actors and actresses.


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