William Tell saves his people from the evil lord Gessler.


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Credited cast:
David Baldwin David Baldwin ... (voice)
Vered Kilstein Vered Kilstein ... (voice)
Robert Mack Robert Mack ...  Not defined (voice)
Lee Perry Lee Perry ...  Not defined (voice)


William Tell is summoned into town to plead on the behalf of his jailed son, Christian. On his way he falls into an ice cave and in his unconscious state is given 3 arrows by an ice warrior; one for truth, one deceit and one to gain nothing. When Tell refuses to bow to the evil Governor's hat, the irate Governor declines to release his son unless Tell shoots an apple from Christian's head. Tell aims and fires a perfect shot and insults the Governor for which he himself is jailed along with his son,. The governor attempts to transfer Tell to a special dungeon and on the way Tell escapes, killing the Governor with the deceit arrow. As Tell rushes to free his son, he comes across the coach carrying the fleeing Lady Margaret, evil Mistress of the Governor's court. Realizing that this last arrow would gain him nothing, he spares her life and instead gives her the arrow. She departs in peace. Summary copyright 2003 WHAMMO Entertainment and Platinum Disc Corporation. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

15 August 1994 (Australia) See more »


Box Office


AUD 80,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Burbank Animation Studios See more »
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Technical Specs



Sound Mix:

Mono (musical score and sound effects)


Color (NTSC Color)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


This 13 show series, including the "William Tell" show described in the plot, was the first series produced by Unlimited Energee, a new studio in Sydney Australia founded by Robert Davidson and Doug Richards. In the mid 1990's it was the largest independent animation producer in Australia, employing up to 50 people including two artists from the United States. Other Energee highlights were the first digitally produced an episode of Walt Disney Australia' "Aladdin" series, its own series Crocadoo (featuring some of the first 3D background work done for Australian series animation), and the feature film of the classic Australian children's story, "The Magic Pudding", starring John Cleese. Loss of a principle financier forced Energee to close around 2002. See more »

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