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Gaturro (2010)

Gaturro is always getting into trouble, and his master doesn't know what to do with him. Gaturro's heart belongs to Agatha, the most unpleasant cat of the town. His several attempts to ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Mariano Chiesa ...
Gaturro (voice)
Agustina Gonzalez Cirulnik ...
Agatha (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gustavo Bonfigli ...
Daniel (voice)
Diego Brizzi ...
Little Bird
Gustado Dardés ...
Federico Michou (voice)
Todd Doldersum ...
Gaturro / Daniel / Announcer
Leto Dugatkin ...
Max Garcia Aristizabal (voice)
Pablo Gandolfo ...
Rat Pit (voice)
Lucila Gómez ...
Luz (voice)
Valeria Gómez ...
Katy Kit (voice)
Rick Hind ...
Fish Emilio / Producer / Boy 1
James N. Rao ...
Augustin
Caitlin O'Reilly ...
Agatha / Valeria / Luz / Informeti / Gatalina
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Security 1 & 2 / Radio Announcer / Boy 2
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IGGY (voice)
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Gaturro is always getting into trouble, and his master doesn't know what to do with him. Gaturro's heart belongs to Agatha, the most unpleasant cat of the town. His several attempts to conquer her love disappear when she stumbles across Michou, a young, handsome cat from an aristocratic background. Gaturro accidentally becomes famous but finds that fame and success brings other problems. Gaturro is sad and lonely but with the help of a little mouse, they come up with a plan to prevent Agatha marrying Michou. Written by mjsister

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Animation | Family

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9 September 2010 (Argentina)  »

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Gaturro - Un Gatto Superstar  »

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Spoofs Die Another Day (2002) See more »

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A new failed attempt on Argentinian animation
1 May 2011 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A curious thing about Argentinian children movies is that, being pretty new in the computer animation field, we think that our stories we can tell through the great tool that animation is can be half as good as the ones created marvelously at Pixar, Disney or even Dreamworks studios. Nothing further from reality. The best Argentinian animated movies (or the most famous, shall we say?) were the ones made by García Ferré. Simple stories, which visuals weren't anything really amazing but yet entertaining and sweet. But obviously not all Ferré's films were as good. There were some small productions which, sadly, didn't reached the same level as the first ones. After García Ferré, they came new things; science fiction, comedies, mixed sources. But we must speak frantically -Isidoro, Boogie, Plumíferos and right this one, Gaturro- well deserved a Razzie. The lack of imagination, the poor quality animation and the cliché gags of a bad and boring parody of Garfield are nothing we can be possible proud of. In fact, I may say it's even a shame. The story was empty, hollow, and if there was actually something there inside it was only some greedy attempt to suck the money out of unfortunate parents whose children's were raised with merchandise and comic books of the character. Pity, a sad sad pity. I really hope that next time our Argentinian film industry, especially the children directed one (and more exactly, the animated) will give us a nice surprise.


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