Babar. Elephant's best friend; The Show must go on

Canada, 1989

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Join Babar in two more delightful episodes: 1. “An Elephant’s Best Friend” - Lord Rataxes stops all pomegranate shipments from reaching Celesteville, but when Babar calls on the help of a warthog, Rataxes is suddenly willing to talk. 2. “The Show Must Go On” - Babar organises a world-class ballet to be performed in Celesteville, but the star of the show, a temperamental prima ballerina, causes problems for cast and crew. Based on the books by Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff.

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co-producer

Clive A Smith

Michael Hirsh

Patrick Loubert

director

Laura Shepherd

production company

Ellipse

Nelvana

Duration

00:50:00:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1989

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