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In this animated movie, escapees from a galactic nuthouse need to spend a penny and arrive on Earth. They think it's the perfect planet to conquer but they didn't reckon on Dante, a kid who... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Eugenio Derbez ... Yxxxxx (voice)
Ilse Ilse ... Elisa Naranja (voice)
Giovani Florido ... Dante Naranja (voice) (as Giovanni Florido)
Luis Fernando Orozco Luis Fernando Orozco ... Rocco Naranja (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jesús Barrero Jesús Barrero ... Sovos
Gabriel Covayassi Gabriel Covayassi ... Tovot
Vadhir Derbez ... Chuletas
Manuel Díaz Tufinio Manuel Díaz Tufinio ... Eddie Gris
Tania Ma. Gutiérrez Tania Ma. Gutiérrez ... Tania Naranja
Jaime Maussan Jaime Maussan ... Jaime Maussan
Álex Perea ... Diego
Luis Daniel Ramírez Luis Daniel Ramírez ... Rovor
Trujo ... Justo Naranja
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In this animated movie, escapees from a galactic nuthouse need to spend a penny and arrive on Earth. They think it's the perfect planet to conquer but they didn't reckon on Dante, a kid who works out how to use one of their devices and turn everything he comes into contact with into living objects.

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Mexico

Language:

Spanish

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19 August 2005 (Mexico) See more »

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Mexico

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2nd movie from Anima Estudios
24 October 2005 | by pokepikaloSee all my reviews

There have been just a few animated movies in Mexico, after 20 years or so without developing one, Anima Estudios dared to give one step in the animation field in our country, "Magos y Gigantes" was a first step, and now with "Imaginum" they show that with creativity and dedication this is becoming a growing industry in the country, the characters are well developed and attractive for kids and it doesn't focus in something "just for Mexicans" but enjoyable for children all around the world, a very good 2nd step for Anima Estudios, we can already see the seed they planted is giving the opportunity to more animation companies to born and start developing movies, each one making a stronger movie industry out of the Japanese and American ones.


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