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The Happy Cricket
Directed by Walbercy Ribas
Produced by Juliana Ribas
English version:
Cleber Redondo
Francisco D. Lourenço
Written by Walbercy Ribas
Starring See below
Music by Ruriá Duprat
Studio Brazil Start Animation Studios
United States Clever Image Studios (dubbed version)
Distributed by Brazil Hoyts General Cinema
Paris Filmes
United States Clever Image Studios (DVD)
Release date(s) Brazil 20 July 2001
Running time 80 min.
Country  Brazil
Language Portuguese
Budget R$4 million[1]

The Happy Cricket (Portuguese: O Grilo Feliz) is a 2001 animated children's fantasy film directed by Walbercy Ribas. The film is about a singing cricket who must rescue his friends from the lizard, Wartlord, and save Linda the Night Star from that villain's grasp.

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Production

The title character was first seen in local commercials for Sharp Electronics in the 1980s.[1] The film spent over 20 years in development,[1] and 30 months in production.[2]

The English-language dub is dedicated to one of its voice actors, Bob Papenbrook.

Sequel

In early 2009, 20th Century Fox released a CGI sequel, O Grilo Feliz e os Insetos Gigantes.

Cast

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Original version

  • Vagner Fagundes - Grilo
  • Araken Saldanha - Maledeto
  • Régis Monteiro - Faz Tudo
  • Fátima Noya - Bituquinho
  • Letícia Quinto - Juliana

English version

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Hessel, Marcelo (2007-10-19). "O Grilo Feliz - Mostra Internacional de Cinema de São Paulo" (in Portuguese). Omelete. http://www.omelete.com.br/cine/100008719/O_GRILO_FELIZ.aspx. Retrieved 2009-05-27.  
  2. ^ The Happy Cricket, (2001), notes from: About the Production (accessed from Bonus Material). Clever Image Studios, Fairview, New Jersey: (2006).

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