The Oddsockeaters are small creatures, who live alongside us humans and are responsible for socks that go missing when we only have one left from a pair - the odd sock. They eat socks, but only one from each pair.

Director:

Galina Miklínová

Writers:

Galina Miklínová, Pavel Srut (book)
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Cast

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Krystof Hádek ... Hihlík (voice)
Jan Maxián ... Tulamor (voice)
David Novotný ... Ramses (voice)
Ondrej Trojan ... Padre (voice)
Marek Taclík ... Kudla Dederon (voice)
Tatiana Vilhelmová ... Ziletka (voice)
Josef Somr ... Professor René Kaderábek (voice)
Ales Najbrt Ales Najbrt ... Cango (voice)
Matej Ruppert ... Vasil (voice)
Václav Koubek Václav Koubek ... Padrát (voice)
Vojtech Rohlícek Vojtech Rohlícek ... Rezek (voice)
Tomás Jerábek ... Sisla (voice)
Ondrej Bauer Ondrej Bauer ... Packa (voice)
Stanislav Zindulka ... grandpa Lamor (voice)
Eva Spoustová Eva Spoustová ... Mother (voice)
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The Oddsockeaters are small creatures, who live alongside us humans and are responsible for socks that go missing when we only have one left from a pair - the odd sock. They eat socks, but only one from each pair.

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Language:

Czech

Release Date:

20 October 2016 (Czech Republic) See more »

Also Known As:

Aventuri fara pereche See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Total HelpArt T.H.A. See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Soundtracks

Congo bongo
Music by Martin Tvrdý, lyrics by Martin Tvrdý and Galina Miklínová
Performed by Marek Taclík, Jirí Havelka, Petr Prokop, Ondrej Bauer, Ondrej Cihlár, Jan Maxián and Tomás Jerábek
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This film is full of funny and sad passages that constantly keep the viewers on their toes.
21 March 2017 | by Chris PettersenSee all my reviews

The animation turned out successful, and I loved it. Oddsockeaters characters are very cute and the representation of the city of Prague was beautiful. Oddsockeaters strays from the rut tracks of the Czech animated film only sporadically, but on whole it is also due to dubbing more than viewable.


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