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One cold winter day, the postman Grand-Jacques sees a wicker basket slowly fall from the sky, and inside the basket is a baby! The baby Charlie goes everywhere with his rattle and it holds a number of secrets.
one of the funniest british animations i have ever seen
i remember watching it for the first time: it was just brilliant, the talents were fantastic, particularly Craig Charles as the cat. Also, for all your Jim Broadbent fans, he plays one of the ugly brothers. The well-animated animation has kept Babette Cole's wonderful illustrations to perfection in this well-made. A little too odd to be shown at Christmas time, but it makes another good animation to look out for at Christmas as well as the highly-recommend Hooves of Fire, which is just a funny as this extremely good film, and, of course, The Snowman, which, compared to this hilarious cartoon comedy, i would prefer Prince Cinders , because it makes me laugh a lot and brightens up my day as well! This is truly one of the funniest british animations I have ever seen!
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