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Van Helsing: The London Assignment (2004)

Not Rated | | Animation, Short, Action | Video 11 May 2004
In this animated prequel to the Van Helsing movie, Van Helsing travels to London to deal with the mischievous Dr. Jekyll.

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... Gabriel Van Helsing (voice)
... Mr. Hyde (voice)
... Carl (voice)
... First Victim (voice)
... Dr. Jekyll (voice)
... Coachman (voice)
... Palace Guard (voice)
... Cardinal Jinette (voice)
... Drunken Gentleman (voice) (as Roger L. Jackson)
Julia Fletcher ... Lady-in-Waiting (voice)
... Queen Victoria (voice)
... Young Victoria (voice)
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In this animated prequel to the Van Helsing movie, Van Helsing travels to London to deal with the mischievous Dr. Jekyll.

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11 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Van Helsing Animated  »

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Hugh Jackman played Wolverine in the X-men and in this he sheaths a metal claw once and Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde are the basis for the Incredible Hulk while Wolverines first appearance was in the Incredible Hulk. See more »

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This film is considered a prequel to live action film Van Helsing. The characters of Carl and Van Helsing appear to have a working relationship already established in this story despite the fact that they are "first introduced" to each other in the live action film. See more »

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Carl: I may not have much experience in the field, but this is NOT going well!
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #32.3 (2004) See more »

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not THAT bad
3 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a good piece of anime. It's short and it contains a lot of nonstop action, awesome animation, and reasonably good dialog. Hugh Jackman did a wonderful job in lending his voice to the character Van Helsing. It explains the beginning in the Van Helsing movie.

I love it. It's better than sitting down and watching a long movie. Since this movie lasts only 33 minutes, it's definitely something to do when you have nothing to do. The plot isn't that complicated, so it doesn't require much concentration to unscramble the story.

Overall, this is an excellent prequel to the original Van Helsing movie.

I'll give this movie an 8/10 and a pat on the back.


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