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    The film tells the story of Doogal, an adorable candy-loving mutt who goes on a mission to save the world. In order to do it, Doogal must find three magic diamonds before a villain does.
    Duration: 78 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 2.8
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  • Actors of "Doogal"

  • Characters of "Doogal"

    Dougal. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Daniel Tay
    Dylan. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Jimmy Fallon
    Zeebad. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Jon Stewart
    Ermintrude. Character of Doogal
    Brian. Character of Doogal
    Train. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Chevy Chase
    Florence. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Kylie Minogue
    Zebedee. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Ian McKellen
    Soldier Sam. Character of Doogal
    Played by: Bill Hader
  • Directors of "Doogal"

    Dave Borthwick. Director of Doogal
    Dave Borthwick
    Birthdate: 26 July 1947, Bristol, England, UK
    Jean Duval. Director of Doogal
    Jean Duval
  • Creators of "Doogal"

    Paul Bassett. Director of Doogal
    Paul Bassett
    Martine Danot. Director of Doogal
    Martine Danot
  • Critic Reviews of "Doogal"

    Globe and Mail
    June 04, 2008

    The slapdash dialogue and smug vocal talent detract from the visual appeal of the most energetic sequences (like a raucous train chase) and what's left of Danot's designs.

    Associated Press
    April 13, 2006

    The laziest, most disheartening kind of animated children's film.

    Entertainment Weekly
    March 01, 2006

    Where is it written that 4-year-olds don't deserve a good story, decent characters, and a modicum of coherence?

    AV Club
    February 28, 2006

    Hungering for more references to the 'Wassup' commercials, Dr. Phil, 'Bling Bling,' The Lord Of The Rings, MC Hammer, or The Matrix? Don't worry, Doogal contains nods to all of these.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    February 27, 2006

    It's a movie that scrounges so desperately for laughs, it features both a flatulent moose and a flatulent train.

    Orlando Sentinel
    February 27, 2006

    It's easily the worst kid's movie since Spy Kids 3-D, a confusing blur of a magical quest based on an ancient British stop-motion animation TV show.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    Young audiences should be spared its obnoxious droning presence.

    Boston Phoenix
    April 23, 2009

    Too often those behind the slick 3-D animation spectacles aimed at children imbue them with too much adult humor.

    Film Journal International
    February 06, 2007

    A delight for very young children and any parent who'll get the Attorney General joke of "Geneva Convention? I don't care if it's a Star Trek convention!"

    Cinema Sight
    July 25, 2006

    A jumble of bad movie cliches strung together into an overly simplistic tale of a pooch who gets in trouble over candy.

    Sacramento News & Review
    May 12, 2006

    For U.S. audiences the voices have been dubbed by the likes of Whoopi Goldberg, Jon Stewart, Chevy Chase and Jimmy Fallon, who add nothing; in fact, the movie drags them down with it.
    May 05, 2006

    I can only assume that half the movie got lost in translation, and that's how we ended up with the bald mess we have today.

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