Doogal

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Overview

A plucky little girl and her dog join their magical pals to save the world in the computer-animated comedy-adventure for the whole family. The Enchanted Village is a happy place ruled by the good-natured wizard Zebedee where young Florence and her dog, Doogal, come to play with their friends, including opera-singing cow Ermintrude, beatnik rabbit Dylan, and Brian the Snail, a sloppy sort who has a crush on Ermintrude. However, life in the Enchanted Village takes a turn for the worse when Zebedee's evil brother, ...
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Overview

A plucky little girl and her dog join their magical pals to save the world in the computer-animated comedy-adventure for the whole family. The Enchanted Village is a happy place ruled by the good-natured wizard Zebedee where young Florence and her dog, Doogal, come to play with their friends, including opera-singing cow Ermintrude, beatnik rabbit Dylan, and Brian the Snail, a sloppy sort who has a crush on Ermintrude. However, life in the Enchanted Village takes a turn for the worse when Zebedee's evil brother, Zeebad, arrives, freezing the town under a layer of ice and bringing the magic merry-go-round to a halt. Zeebad is searching for three magical jewels that will give him the power to freeze the whole world and rule the Earth, but Zebedee is able to thaw out himself, Florence, and her friends, and they join forces aboard the Magic Train in a bid to stop the villain before it's too late. Doogal is based on The Magic Roundabout, a children's television series from the 1960s in which a handful of wooden stop-motion figures enjoyed whimsical adventures; produced in France, the program enjoyed massive popularity in Great Britain, where actor Eric Thompson provided narration, voiced all the characters, and invented new stories to fit the action. The film was also called The Magic Roundabout for its U.K. release. In the film's British release, Kylie Minogue provided the voice of Florence, Ian McKellen voiced Zebedee, Robbie Williams spoke for Doogal, Joanna Lumley read Ermintrude, Bill Nighy voiced Dylan, and Jim Broadbent contributed the voice of Brian. Several characters were given new voices for the film's American release, with Whoopi Goldberg taking over as Ermintrude, William H. Macy as Brian, Jimmy Fallon as Dylan, and Jon Stewart as Zeebad.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; The making of Doogal; Theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/22/2011
  • UPC: 796019821476
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Weinstein Company
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Repackaged / Pan & Scan
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:17:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 26,522

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jon Stewart Voice Only
Tom Baker Voice Only
Robbie Williams Voice Only
Daniel Tay Voice Only
Jimmy Fallon Voice Only
Bill Nighy Voice Only
Jim Broadbent Voice Only
William H. Macy Voice Only
Whoopi Goldberg Voice Only
Joanna Lumley Voice Only
Ian McKellen Voice Only
Kylie Minogue Voice Only
Bill Hader Voice Only
Ray Winstone Voice Only
Chevy Chase Voice Only
Lee Evans Voice Only
Judi Dench Voice Only
Kevin Smith Voice Only
Cory Edwards Voice Only
John Krasinski Voice Only
Technical Credits
Dave Borthwick Director
Jean-Philippe Duval Director
Frank Passingham Director
Paul Bassett Davies Screenwriter
Jake Eberts Executive Producer
Cory Edwards Screenwriter
Todd Edwards Screenwriter
Lilian Fuentefria Art Director
Claude Gorsky Associate Producer, Producer
Butch Hartman Screenwriter
Bruce Higham Associate Producer
Fran├žois Ivernel Executive Producer
Matt Landon Executive Producer
Tony Leech Screenwriter
Andy Leighton Associate Producer
Linda Marks Associate Producer
James Mather Sound/Sound Designer
Cameron Mccracken Executive Producer
Mathieu Morfin Editor
Joseph Park-Stracey Sound/Sound Designer
Vertigo Productions Associate Producer
Andrea Remanda Songwriter
Eric Robinson Executive Producer
Laurent Rodon Producer
Pascal Rodon Producer
Raolf Sanoussi Screenwriter
Stephane Sanoussi Screenwriter
Jill Sinclair Executive Producer
Mark Thomas Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Doogal: Full Screen
1. A Dog on a Mission [4:19]
2. You Really Got Me [:48]
3. Doogal Strikes Again [2:57]
4. Zeebad [3:35]
5. Searching for the Enchanted Diamonds [3:27]
6. Zeebad Captures Doogal [5:39]
7. Zebedee and Zeebad Battle [4:26]
8. Boiling Lava Bridge [8:06]
9. Brian and Ermintrude [4:10]
10. Temple of the Dead [5:27]
11. The Light at the End of the Tunnel [9:55]
12. A Frozen World [3:43]
13. The Fight of the Final Diamond [6:42]
14. Good Magic Never Really Dies [5:45]
15. End Credits/Outtakes [7:36]
Disc #2 -- Doogal: Wide Screen
1. A Dog on a Mission [4:19]
2. You Really Got Me [:48]
3. Doogal Strikes Again [2:57]
4. Zeebad [3:35]
5. Searching for the Enchanted Diamonds [3:27]
6. Zeebad Captures Doogal [5:39]
7. Zebedee and Zeebad Battle [4:26]
8. Boiling Lava Bridge [8:06]
9. Brian and Ermintrude [4:10]
10. Temple of the Dead [5:27]
11. The Light at the End of the Tunnel [9:55]
12. A Frozen World [3:43]
13. The Fight for the Final Diamond [6:42]
14. Good Magic Never Really Dies [5:45]
15. End Credits/Outtakes [7:36]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Doogal: Full Screen
   Play Movie
   Captions and Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      Subtitles: None
      Return to Film
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      The Making of Doogal
      Theatrical Trailer
Disc #2 -- Doogal: Wide Screen
   Play Movie
   Captions and Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      Subtitles: None
      Return to Film
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      The Making of Doogal
      Theatrical Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Kid Movie

    What a refreshing movie! It has been a long time since I sat down to watch a KIDS movie and have not found foul language or sometype of adult themed reference. This was a cute movie and my child loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A GOOD movie!

    I can't understand why so many people dislike this movie. Despite the many pop culture references I liked it. It is certainly a MUCH MUCH better movie than crap like The Wild or Shark Tale or several others I could mention. Doogal is a cute movie with lovable characters. DO NOT listen to the negative stuff you hear about it. This is a good family film.

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