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Madagascar, tonight on Italia 1, plot, curiosities and cast of voice actors of the animated film

Madagascar, tonight on Italia 1, plot, curiosities and cast of voice actors of the animated film

Tonight on Italia 1 in prime time Madagascar is aired, plot and cast of the animated film

Madagascar, tonight on Italia 1, plot, curiosities and cast of voice actors of the animated film

This eveningApril 29, Italia 1 will broadcast in the early evening Madagascar, American animated film of 2005. The film, produced by Dreamworks Animation, was directed by Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath. The screenplay is by Mark Burton, Billy Frolick, Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath. Plot, trivia, trailer and cast of voice actors of the feature film.

Plot of Madagascar, tonight, April 29 on Italia 1

A scene from the animated film Madagascar

A scene from the animated film Madagascar

Alex, Melman, Marty and Gloria are four animals from the New York Zoo: a lion, a giraffe, a zebra and a hippopotamus. One day, Marty, the young zebra who turns ten, decides it’s time to explore the world outside the zoo walls. So, together with their friends, they decide to run away and set off on an adventure that will take them far away.

A scene from Madagascar, made by Dreamwork in 2005

A scene from Madagascar, made by Dreamwork in 2005

However, their plan is interrupted when they are captured by a group of animal rights activists. The animals are shipped by ship to a nature reserve in the savannah, but accidentally end up on the island of Madagascar. Here, they will have to learn to survive in a completely new environment and face many hardships before they manage to get back home.

Curiosity about Madagascar, the film broadcast on Italia 1

A scene from Madagascar with the lion protagonist of the film

A scene from Madagascar with the lion protagonist of the film

Madagascar launched a franchise that includes the direct sequels Madagascar 2: Off the Island (2008) and Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (2012). The film arrived in Italian theaters for the first time on 2 September 2005, distributed by UIP.

A funny scene from Madagascar

A funny scene from Madagascar

The characters of King Julien, Maurice and Mort were created during the film’s production when the directors decided to add a group of lemurs to the story. The film was a box office hit, grossing over $500 million worldwide.

Our review of Madagascar. You can see the trailer of the film thanks to the clip uploaded to Mediaset Infinity.

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