Propelled through a magical fantasy world of imagination, two children learn how little changes in their lives can lead to great things in their future. A collection of fables teaches the ... See full summary »

Directors:

Don Bluth, Gary Goldman

Writer:

Steven L. Sears

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sadiq Al-Dubais Sadiq Al-Dubais ... Fahad
Aber Al-Jendi Aber Al-Jendi ... Nourah
Abd Al Nasser Al-Zayer Abd Al Nasser Al-Zayer ... Donkey
McKyley Bork McKyley Bork ... Sarah (as McKyley A. Bork)
Jessica Bradford Jessica Bradford ... Hoopoe & Old Woman / Fable Voices
Eileen Galindo ... Nourah (as Cecelia Gallin)
Cecelia Gallin Cecelia Gallin ... Nourah
Moorea Henn Moorea Henn ... Bader (Motion Capture)
Christy Matthewson Christy Matthewson ... Fahad
Samah Mohammad Samah Mohammad ... Hoopoe (Arabic)
Balqis M. Momani Balqis M. Momani ... Sarah (Arabic)
Saba M. Momani Saba M. Momani ... Bader (Arabic)
Noor Alhuda Sabri Noor Alhuda Sabri ... Mule, Sun & Wind
Eric Unger ... Bader
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Propelled through a magical fantasy world of imagination, two children learn how little changes in their lives can lead to great things in their future. A collection of fables teaches the children lessons in education, tolerance and conservation.

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Genres:

Animation | Short

Certificate:

G
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Country:

USA

Language:

Arabic | English

Release Date:

4 October 2009 (United Arab Emirates) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia See more »

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The film has recorded dialogue in both English and Arabic. Spoken Arabic is 20% longer than English so motion capture work was required to be captured against the longer Arabic dialogue. Motion capture talent that was fluent in classical Arabic could not be found in Hollywood. As a result trained dancers were hired to act out the entire story to a click track of "counts of eight". See more »

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Referenced in Animation Lookback: Don Bluth Part 4 (2012) See more »

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