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The Smurfs

 

This children's series follows the adventures of the Smurfs, little blue creatures who live in a peaceful village and try to outwit the evil Gargamel.

 

Year: 1981

Duration: 1 Collection

 

Cast: Don Messick, Danny Goldman, Lucille Bliss, Frank Welker, Michael Bell, June Foray, Hamilton Camp, William Callaway, Paul Winchell

 

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"The Smurfs" was produced by Sony Pictures Animation, Kerner Entertainment Company, Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures with a budget of $110m. With it's initial release on July 29th 2011 it made approximately $563.75m at the Box Office.

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