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Sammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage
File:Sammy's
Directed by Ben Stassen
Produced by
Screenplay by Domonic Paris
Starring Isabelle Fuhrman
Music by Ramin Djawadi
Editing by
  • Julien Ducenne
  • Aurelie Rosman
Release date(s) August 4, 2010 (2010-08-04)
Country Belgium
Language English

Sammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage is a 2010 Belgian animated film produced in English. It was directed by Ben Stassen and features the voice talents of Isabelle Fuhrman, Tim Curry, Melanie Griffith and Jenny McCarthy. The film was released in August 2010.

Sammy's Adventures (whose working title was Around the World in 50 Years 3D) follows a sea turtle as he navigates his 50 year life through the changes caused by global warming.

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Plot

Sammy, a sea turtle, hatches on a deserted beach and tries to climb out of the hole where he hatched. Being caught by a seagull, he struggles for his life and manages to escape, as the seagull clashes in the air with a another seagull, also carrying its prey, who turns out to be a female hatchling sea turtle, Shelly.

Sammy falls onto an old raft and gets carried into the open ocean, losing Shelly. In the ocean he meets another hatchling, Roy, who tells him the story of a "turtle paradise" on an island called "Lapagos", and they together start their voyage there. Later, the two get caught by trawls. Sammy is released back into the sea by the fishermen, but loses Roy.

Washed onto the shore in California, he is picked up by a hippie woman and lives as a pet in the hippie commune with Vera, another female sea turtle, who is older than Sammy, and Catoff, a cat, who claims to be French. On a Christmas evening the hippies draw a peace sign on his shell to sign him as the peace ambassador. When the hippies see that Sammy and Vera won't mate, they release Vera. The police evicts the hippie commune from the beach, and Sammy decides to return back to the sea.

There he meets Vera and a young female sea turtle who is attacked by a shark. Vera and Sammy save the turtle who turns out to be Shelly, his childhood friend. They decide to travel together to the paradise islands, but Shelly gets lost in the sea.

Vera tells Sammy to swim to the "cold waters". Sammy finds an old refrigerator drawn by the humans and uses it to travel to Antarctic. An albatross he meets on his journey tells him that the paradise island can be only be reached through a "secret passage where the fresh waters run". In the Antarctic waters Sammy meets a fin whale who barely escapes a harpoon from a whaling ship.

The harpoon destroys the refrigerator, but Sammy is saved by the anti-whaling protesters and placed into the sea animal shelter where he finds Shelly, Catoff and people from the hippie commune (who now work in the shelter). The ex-hippie recognized the peace sign on Sammy's shell.

Shelly and Sammy are released into the ocean. They decide to find the secret passage and use it to travel to the paradise island. They manage to find the passage (which turns out to be Panama Canal) but get separated as they try to pass a lock. As he searches Shelly, Sammy encounters two sea turtles that urge him to help their friend who got trapped in an intermodal container. Sammy rescues the turtle, who turns out to be his old friend Roy. They swim together to a wrecked Spanish galleon where Roy lives with Rita, his girlfriend.

Being told about Shelly, Rita remembers her and advices Sammy to search for her in the galleon. Sammy finds Shelly being courted by another sea turtle. Disappointed and upset, Sammy returns to his friends only to find out that the turtle who courted Shelly is a playboy but has a strong relationship with another female. Together with Roy and Albert, a shark who lost his teeth, they set up a fake shark attack on Shelly to let Sammy save her again and win her heart. Shelly and Sammy then reunite and, along with Roy and Rita, return to the beach they hatched.

The closing scene of the movie shows Sammy helping one of his new-hatched grandsons to climb out of the hole.

Voice Talents

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Dubbing for other countries

  • Netherlands: Levi van Kempen (Sammy) and Charlotte ten Brink (Shelly). Cinema premiere: 4 August 2010
  • France: Dany Boon (Sammy) and Olivia Ruiz (Shelly).[1]. Cinema premiere: 11 August 2010
  • Poland: Grzegorz Drojewski (Sammy) and Izabella Miko (Shelly) Cinema premiere: 1 October 2010
  • Germany: Matthias Schweigh√∂fer (Sammy) and Lena (Shelly).[2] Cinema premiere: 28 October 2010

Notes

  1. ^ Dany Boon, la tortue belge
  2. ^ Lena Meyer-Landrut becomes voice actress

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