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Dofus - Livre 1: Julith (2015)

The strange little guy in the blue hood is well known to Krosmoz. His name is Joris and he's proposing to take you on a fantastic adventure. Our hero is leading a happy life in his magic ... See full summary »


Anthony Roux (screenplay), Olivier Vannelle (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Sauvane Delanoë Sauvane Delanoë ... Joris (voice)
Laetitia Lefebvre Laetitia Lefebvre ... Julith (voice)
Elisabeth Ventura Elisabeth Ventura ... Bakara (voice)
Emmanuel Gradi Emmanuel Gradi ... Khan Karkass (voice)
Jean-Claude Donda Jean-Claude Donda ... Kerubim Crepin (voice)
Claire Baradat Claire Baradat ... Lilotte (voice)
Bernard Alane ... Atcham (voice)
Marc Saez ... Marline (voice)
Patrick Poivey Patrick Poivey ... Dardondakal (voice)
Laurence Breheret Laurence Breheret ... Grimalkines (voice)
Mathias Kozlowski Mathias Kozlowski ... Guy (voice)
Xavier Fagnon Xavier Fagnon ... Leon Zitrool (voice)
François Siener François Siener ... Luis (voice)
Philippe Catoire Philippe Catoire ... Roi de Bonta (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean-Marc Charrier Jean-Marc Charrier ... Ambiances et petits rôles (voice)


The strange little guy in the blue hood is well known to Krosmoz. His name is Joris and he's proposing to take you on a fantastic adventure. Our hero is leading a happy life in his magic shop in the city of Bonta. But one day, when he seeks out his idol, a Gobbowl superstar, everything changes for the worst as Julith, the vengeful witch, is back in town! Written by anonymous

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Release Date:

3 February 2016 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Dofus - O Filme See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The film was originally announced in 2010 as Dofus: Book 1: Joris Jurgen and was originally slated for a release in 2013; a feature film to Wakfu (2008) was also to have been released in the following year. See more »


Spun-off from Dofus: Aux trésors de Kerubim (2013) See more »


Performed by Darren Hayes
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17 January 2016 | by nonpersomailSee all my reviews

Impartiality is not easy when you are judge and jury. Judge by emotional affiliation with Ankama, making that many references, ways of seeing the world, provocations and mockeries of the movie, are familiar to me for having accompanied years of my life - I understand them, I enjoy them, they make me smile, laugh, vibrate or cry. Judge also because all that is embodied in a universe, characters and action which follow the codes of Japanese animation, which also built me.

But I still continue, just for the pleasure. After 24 hours, I realized that my wife and I laughed several times in the train back home while remembering the movie ... one element popped-up in my dreams at night... and I still think of the movie smiling 24 hours later. I finally do not remember a film having made me laugh as often while pulling me tears from the eyes... and captivating me for 2 hours. Dense, panting, unrestrained, vibrant, and always "in tune", this is what comes to mind. This is excellent ... and exceptional for a first attempt.

Congratulations to the Ankama teams which delivered such a great work. I know nothing about cinema, but I imagine the colossal work to be able to compete without blushing with the largest US productions, even though it is a first try, built with the means and resources of an SME.

Bravo, really congratulations to all.


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