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Freddie as F.R.O.7. (1992)

A French prince who was turned into a frog becomes a secret agent and goes to England to stop an evil plot that begins when famous buildings there start disappearing.


Jon Acevski


Jon Acevski (script), David Ashton (script) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Kingsley ... Freddie (voice)
Jenny Agutter ... Daffers (voice)
David Ashton David Ashton ... Additional Voices (voice)
Brian Blessed ... El Supremo (voice)
Jenny Funnell ... Additional Voices (voice)
Nigel Hawthorne ... Brigadier G (voice)
Michael Hordern ... King (voice) (as Sir Michael Hordern)
James Earl Jones ... Narrator (American version) (voice)
Edmund Kingsley ... Young Freddie (voice)
Phyllis Logan ... Nessie (voice)
Victor Maddern ... Old Gentleman Raven (voice)
Jonathan Pryce ... Trilby (voice)
Bruce Purchase ... Additional Voices (voice)
Prunella Scales ... Queen / Additional Voices (voice)
John Sessions ... Scotty / Additional Voices (voice)
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The story about a man-sized frog named Prince Frederic who is turned into a frog by his wicked aunt Messina and hired by British Intelligence to solve the mysterious disappearances of some of Britain's greatest monuments. Several hundred years later, Freddie is now living in modern-day Paris, a six-foot-tall amphibian with the moniker Secret Agent F.R.O.7. Messina, too, is still around causing mischief, joining forces with an arch-villain named El Supremo in a scheme to shrink Big Ben. Freddie, alerted to Messina's nefarious plans, gathers his fellow agents Daffers and Scottie together, planning to hide out in Big Ben and surprise the evil doers when they are set to strike at the much-loved British landmark. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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He's a secret agent with super powers... A leaping green fighting machine... Defending the world against the forces of evil... He's... See more »


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The last theatrical movie for Sir Michael Hordern (King) and Victor Maddern (Old Gentleman Raven). See more »


On the Scottish island, when Freddie and Scotty knock out the two guards at the entrance to the secret lair, Scotty states that they should use the guards' uniforms and face masks to camouflage themselves. Freddie has difficulty understanding the term and saying the word, which is a mistake as the word itself is French, meaning to disguise oneself. However, such a word may not have been in use during Freddie's childhood in France, but he is likely to have run across it in his several hundred years of life, and as it is a French word he should understand its meaning. See more »


Freddie: I've always wanted to go to - what do you call it? - the U S A!
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Alternate Versions

The US version of the film is heavily cut and narrated by James Earl Jones. See more »


Keep Your Dreams Alive
Composed by David Dundas
Lyrics by Don Black
Sung by George Benson and Patti Austin
George Benson appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Patti Austin appears courtesy of GRP Records Inc.
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Toadally awful film
24 August 2006 | by therubixtheorySee all my reviews

forgive the pun, i watched this movie about a week or two back for the fun of it since i was trying hard to remember it after not seeing it since childhood, let me tell you, the film seemed a hell of a lot better when i was a child.

i gave it a 2 because of the good animation but other than that this is a pretty pointless and awful movie.

the dubbing was the worst part of this movie to me, but the characters never had any worth remembering lines anyway so it doesn't matter.

there were two songs in this movie that i really didn't see the point of, the queen of evilmania and nessie's song, both of them had absolutely terrible lyrics not even fit for an episode of postman pat and both seemed utterly pointless and wasted time, they were probably only put in to fill gaps.

do we even find out at all during this movie who this insanely evil and pudgy dictator is, i don't think i hear his name once or even why he's involved with the movie.

i don't get why freddie decided to go back to France to stop crooks, i don't understand why he drives this weird green car and i don't get how he managed to turn from a 6 inch frog to a 5 foot man during one scene or how exactly the other frogs managed to find him clothes, the fact that it's a kids animation is not a plausible excuse.

the only other good bit i thought was the British man who always tripped over his own phone chord and got tangled up in it more than once in the film and each time more ridiculously, this to me was a pretty original and funny joke but they didn't execute it perfectly enough to make it funny.

there's a Scottish character in it, and guess what his name is, that's right, Scottie, very very typical.

my real question is, why exactly could all of britains monuments be used to power up a crystal which puts people to sleep, if you cant answer that question then there really is no reason for the second half of this movie.

so anyway, my verdict, the film was too short, made no sense, was a work of nonsense and was poorly casted vocally.

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Release Date:

28 August 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Freddie the Frog See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$501,230, 30 August 1992

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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