The Magic Roundabout (movie)

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The Magic Roundabout
(Doogal in North America)
Directed byDave Borthwick
Jean Duval
Frank Passingham
Produced byClaude Gorsky
Laurent Rodon
Pascal Rodon
Written byPaul Bassett
Raolf Sanoussi
Stephane Sanoussi
Butch Hartman (North America; later rewritten without his consent by Harvey Weinstein)
Kylie Minogue
Joanna Lumley
Robbie Williams
Jim Broadbent
Bill Nighy
Ian McKellen
Tom Baker
Ray Winstone
Lee Evans
Kylie Minogue
Whoopi Goldberg
Daniel Tay
William H. Macy
Jimmy Fallon
Ian McKellen
Jon Stewart
Bill Hader
Chevy Chase
Kevin Smith
Nathan Gamble
Mandy Moore
Loretta Devine
Richard E.Grant
Joe Pantoliano
Liam Neeson
Steve Buscemi
Laurence Fishburne
Snoop Dogg
Steve Harvey
David Spade
Narrated byJudi Dench
Distributed byThe Weinstein Company (North America)
Pathé (Europe)
20th Century Fox (UK DVD)
Alliance Films (Canada)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Canadian DVD)
Release date
February 11, 2005 (Europe)
February 24, 2006 (North America)
Running time
85 minutes (Europe)
78 minutes (North America)
111 minutes (Australia)
LanguagesEnglish, French

The Magic Roundabout (released in France as Pollux, le manège enchanté and in North America with a shortened form, Doogal) is an Anglo-French animated movie based on the television series of the same name. The movie was released on February 11, 2005 in the United Kingdom and France, and on February 24, 2006 in North America. The story is about a dog named Dougal (Doogal in North America) who has to save his best friend, Florence, as well as the whole world, from being frozen by an evil spring named ZeeBad.

The Story[change | change source]

A shaggy, candy-loving puppy named Dougal (Doogal in North America) along with a group of friends go on a dangerous journey in an effort to stop their enemy—the evil ice sorcerer ZeeBad. As the world is placed in danger ZeeBad wants to turn the world to ice. Doogal and his friends must recover three diamonds that are needed to stop him.

Soundtrack[change | change source]

  1. Main Titles - Mark Thomas
  2. The Magic Roundabout - Kylie Minogue – VOCAL
  3. Meet Doogal - James Venable
  4. Magic – Pilot - VOCAL
  5. You Really Got Me - Bill Nighy & Catherine Bott - VOCAL
  6. Doogal the Mechanic - James Venable
  7. Zeebad Escapes - Mark Thomas
  8. Sam Marches - John M. Davis
  9. The Magic Roundabout - Andrea Remanda and Goldust – VOCAL
  10. Meet Zeebad - James Venable
  11. Setting Up Camp - Mark Thomas
  12. Spinning - Andrea Remanda and Goldust - VOCAL
  13. Duel Of The Springs 2 - Mark Thomas
  14. Simply Wonderful - Andrea Remanda and Goldust - VOCAL
  15. The What-a-Snails Waltz - Mark Thomas
  16. Zeebad Threatens - James Venable
  17. Train's Back - Mark Thomas
  18. Lost In The Cold - Mark Thomas
  19. See The City - Mark Thomas
  20. The Frozen City - Mark Thomas
  21. Frozen Florence - John M. Davis
  22. The End Of Zeebad - Mark Thomas
  23. Florence Awakes - Mark Thomas
  24. Sugar, Sugar - The Archies - VOCAL
  25. I Love To Boogie - T. Rex - VOCAL
  26. Lean Mean Machine - Andrea Remanda and Goldust - VOCAL
  27. Believe Yourself - Andrea Remanda and Goldust - VOCAL (Used during the scene with Dylan fighting the skeleton guards in the UK version)
  28. Bust This Joint - Andrea Remanda and Goldust - VOCAL

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