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The Forgotten Toys (1995)

Teddy the cuddly toy bear realizes only after jesting, ranting and threatening to hold his breath that the children have dumped him, just like a rag-doll in the neighbors' bin, to be ... See full summary »

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Bob Sessions ...
Chauncey (voice)
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Clement Freud ...
Chauncey (voice)
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Teddy (voice)
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Annie (voice)
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Chef / Old Man (voice)
Kate Sachs ...
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Annie (voice)
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Teddy the cuddly toy bear realizes only after jesting, ranting and threatening to hold his breath that the children have dumped him, just like a rag-doll in the neighbors' bin, to be replaced by electronic games. Barely escaping the waste yard, the toys desperately search for new homes and owners, a journey along canine and human strays. Written by KGF Vissers

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26 December 2013 (Belgium)  »

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The Forgotten Toys: The Night After Christmas  »

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The short film, also known as "The Forgotten Toys: The Night After Christmas", serves as a pilot for the television series The Forgotten Toys (1997), with the rest of the episodes taking place after it. See more »

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Spin-off The Forgotten Toys (1997) See more »

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isle
21 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

a different form of classic animation . or only isle of old craft. after years, it remains fresh and touching. for message, for the role of answer to new technologies, for the delicate colors and for three memorable characters. it is an adaptation but a remarkable one. for its poor clothes, for the art to remember basic things who gives sense to life, for the warm atmosphere and for the science to resurrect the colors of childhood. and it is enough to be a form of oasis or only an isle , special refuge in middle of animation revolutions, not a Disney or Miramax but slice from a sensitivity who refuse be part of fashion or rule.


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