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Reinhard Klooss (written by)
Max Kruse (characters)
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1 May 2008 (Germany) See more »
Impy the friendly little dinosaur and his friends join together in order to rescue their new baby panda. which was kidnapped by a man who wants to put the panda in his private collection. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Hannes Maurer ... Urmel (voice)
Julia Ziffer ... Babu (voice)
Oliver Kalkofe ... Barnaby (voice)
Frank Schaff ... Waran Wawa (voice)
Stefan Krause ... Pinguin Ping (voice)
Oliver Pocher ... Schusch (voice)

Anke Engelke ... Wutz (voice)
Christoph Maria Herbst ... Eddie (voice)
Wolfgang Völz ... Seelefant (voice)
Wigald Boning ... Professor Habakuk Tibatong (voice)
Roland Hemmo ... Otto (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Madeleine Blaustein ... Shoe (voice: English version)

J. David Brimmer ... Solomon (voice: English version) (as Michael Alston Baley)
James Carter Cathcart ... Barnaby / Monty / Small Sheik (voice: English version) (as Billy Beach and Jimmy Zoppi)
Tricia Diaz ... Miss Lee (voice: English version)

Mehmet Ali Erbil ... (voice: Turkish version)

Wayne Grayson ... Prof. Tibberton (voice: English version)
Emlyn Elisabeth Morinelli ... Impy (voice: English version) (as Elisabeth Williams)

Lisa Ortiz ... Ping (voice: English version)
Peter Reinhardt ... (voice)
Kayzie Rogers ... Peg (voice: English version)

Veronica Taylor ... Babu (voice: English version)
Marc Thompson ... Whale (voice: English version)
Oliver Wyman ... Eddie (voice: English version) (as Pete Zarustica)

Directed by
Reinhard Klooss 
Holger Tappe 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Simon Hauschild  lecture
Oliver Huzly  written by
Reinhard Klooss  written by
Max Kruse  characters
Sven Severin  screenplay (as Sven Severin)

Produced by
Reinhard Klooss .... producer
Martin Moszkowicz .... executive producer
Holger Tappe .... producer
Bernhard Thür .... line producer
Original Music by
Jim Dooley 
Film Editing by
Fabian Mueller 
Production Design by
Henning Ahlers 
Jens Benecke 
Art Department
Michael Mantel .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Jan Bloemeke .... sound effects editor
Stefan Busch .... sound designer
Joo Fürst .... foley artist
Lisa Geffcken-Reinhard .... sound effects editor
Manni Gläser .... sound post production manager
Michael Kranz .... re-recording mixer
Nico Krebs .... sound designer
Nils Rademacher .... dialogue editor
Nils Rademacher .... sound designer
Nils Rademacher .... sound effects editor
Benjamin A. Rosenkind .... re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Manuel Dongowski .... lighting technical director
Marieke Franzen .... texturing artist
Mathias Gerlach .... modeling artist
Mathias Gerlach .... texturing artist
Herbert Heinsche .... lighting technical director
Jens Kafitz .... texture & shading supervisor
Fredrik Kammer .... lighting technical director
Sven Kroog .... character modeling supervisor
Sven Kroog .... lighting technical director
Florian Linner .... character technical director
Michael Peter .... texture & shading artist
Stefan Puschendorf .... compositor
Stefan Puschendorf .... visual effects
Nico Rehberg .... lighting technical director
Timo Schnitt .... technical director
Alexander Weide .... digital artist: modeling, texture & shading
Guillaume Wyatt .... lighting supervisor
Animation Department
Henning Baumeister .... character animator
Michael Buettner .... animator
Hartmut Engel .... character animator
Michael Glans .... character animator
Ivo Grigull .... animator
Uwe Heidschötter .... animator
Michael Herold .... animator
Patrick Heumann .... animator
Martin Kirkhaug .... animator
Oliver Kurth .... character designer
Carmelo Leggiero .... character animator
Fabian Mueller .... animation production manager
Benedikt Niemann .... animation supervisor
Mitja Rabar .... character animator
Sebastian Riemen .... animation production manager
Pedram Taghdisi .... character animator
Nicolai Tuma .... animation supervisor
Thomas Voß .... animator
Editorial Department
Alexander Dittner .... editing consultant
Music Department
Kevin Babuder .... additional orchestrator
Jeffrey Biggers .... score music mixer
John Boyd .... assistant: Jim Dooley
Kazimir Boyle .... composer: additional music (as Kaz Boyle)
Stephen Coleman .... additional orchestrator
Tim Davies .... conductor
Tim Davies .... orchestrator
Peter Fuchs .... scoring mixer
Todd Haberman .... composer: additional music
Andy Kay .... assistant: Jim Dooley
Jeremy Levy .... additional orchestrator
Abraham Libbos .... additional orchestrator
Matthew Margeson .... composer: additional music
Nils Rademacher .... music editor
Nils Rademacher .... temp music
Brandon Roberts .... additional orchestrator
Paul Talkington .... music coordinator
Tom Trafalski .... music editor
Greg Vines .... assistant score mixer
J.S. Greenier .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Other crew
Blanche Aurore Duault .... publicist
Georg Höss .... legal adviser
Pascal Karls .... computer systems manager
Martin Knoll .... digital laboratory supervisor
Ricardo Marcelino .... computer systems
Frank Schaff .... dubbing director

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Also Known As:
"Urmel voll in Fahrt" - Germany (original title)
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84 min

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4 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
An absolutely, rock-solid 9 out of 10, 12 August 2011
Author: ulrichburke from United Kingdom

I don't know what all the other reviewers here saw or were expecting. I saw a movie absolutely BEGGING to be watched in full-on 3D, with a rock-solid storyline, Pixar-quality animation, great characterization and, above all, a true sense of FUN. It never took itself too seriously, that was its huge strength. It laughed at itself, so you could laugh with it more.

I don't want to spoil one moment of this for anyone who's going to see it - so I'm not going to say what actually happens. I'm going to let you feel the magic for yourselves. Watch it with a heart full of popcorn and a child in your eyes. Watch it when you've had a bad day and it will fill you with champagne and carnival. Watch it when you want to see all the games of make-believe you played as a kid made real, somehow, and fitted into ninety minutes of roller-coaster dreams.

I don't work for the company, but I beg to differ from a lot of the reviewers here. If certain sequences - you'll know them when you see them, trust me - had had the funds for full-on 3D - maybe they did, what do I know? - if it had been given the chance by a distributor NOT blinded by the word Hollywood, this film would have been a Pixar-style smash. But there is a key to it you must remember.

Go into it WITH a child, and you'll come out of it AS a child, laughing like you might not have laughed for years.

See it. Impey's Wonderland - innocence sugared with starlight.

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