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Ogú y Mampato en Rapa Nui (2002)

Mampato, a little boy with a time-travelling belt, goes with his caveman friend Ogú to the ancient land of Rapa Nui on Easter Island. There they will meet a little girl name Marama and discover the old traditions of the natives.

Director:

Alejandro Rojas

Writers:

Themo Lobos (comic book), Daniel Turkieltaub (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mario Castañeda Mario Castañeda ... Mampato's Father (voice)
Carlos del Campo Carlos del Campo ... Marama's Father (voice)
Adrián Fogarty Adrián Fogarty ... Peretei (voice)
Miguel Ángel Ghigliazza Miguel Ángel Ghigliazza ... Ariki the Great (voice)
Alondra Hidalgo ... Marama / Mampato's Sister (voice)
Marina Huerta Marina Huerta ... Mampato / Mampato's Mother (voice)
Mary Paz Garcia Mary Paz Garcia ... Vai (voice)
Benjamín Rivera Benjamín Rivera ... Huki (voice)
Mauro Samaniego Mauro Samaniego ... Young Ariki the Great (voice)
Fernando Solís Lara Fernando Solís Lara ... Narrator (voice)
Gerardo Vásquez Gerardo Vásquez ... Ukulele (voice)
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Mampato, a little boy with a time-travelling belt, goes with his caveman friend Ogú to the ancient land of Rapa Nui on Easter Island. There they will meet a little girl name Marama and discover the old traditions of the natives.

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Animation

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Official Sites:

Official Site [Spain]

Country:

Chile

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

27 June 2002 (Chile) See more »

Also Known As:

Mampato: La película See more »

Company Credits

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Cineanimadores See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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This adaptation of a comic book is the first Chilean animated full-length film ever. Although it was produced entirely in Chile, the voices were recorded in Mexico with a lot of popular voice actors. That move was criticized in Chile for reducing the Chilean feel of the original material. See more »

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I liked it as a movie, even though it was not true to the comic.
23 January 2007 | by inakiligu2See all my reviews

I have read most of Mampato's comics, and I am a big fun. When I heard that the movie was in production (year 2000 or something like it). I was very exited, but when I saw it, I was a little disappointed. First of all I did not like how they would put commercial use in the movie, for example it's use of the Internet (Terra). It was completely unnecessary, I simply didn't like that. Also I didn't like the changes in the parents of the kid. Physically speaking, they did not show the average Chilean citizen compared to the original comic. As a movie it was a great movie, but I will acknowledge that I was a little disappointed with it. It is a great film for kids though, and they will learn from it.


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