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Trumpet of the Swan
Voice Of Jason Alexander and Voice Of Reese Witherspoon




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Young mute trumpeter swan Louie yearns to have a voice. He leaves his family's nest to learn to read and write in order to express himself. After befriending a young schoolboy named Sam, Louie learns to communicate and returns home with a chalkboard on which he writes messages for communication--but then decides that learning the trumpet would truly allow him to express himself. After Louie's father (voiced by SEINFELD's Jason Alexander) steals a trumpet for him, Louie must pay for it to restore his father's honor. He then sets out to become a world-class trumpeter, demonstrating the importance of expressing one's self. This delightful musical was based on the classic childrens' book by E.B. White (STUART LITTLE, CHARLOTTE'S WEB).

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Overview

Young mute trumpeter swan Louie yearns to have a voice. He leaves his family's nest to learn to read and write in order to express himself. After befriending a young schoolboy named Sam, Louie learns to communicate and returns home with a chalkboard on which he writes messages for communication--but then decides that learning the trumpet would truly allow him to express himself. After Louie's father (voiced by SEINFELD's Jason Alexander) steals a trumpet for him, Louie must pay for it to restore his father's honor. He then sets out to become a world-class trumpeter, demonstrating the importance of expressing one's self. This delightful musical was based on the classic childrens' book by E.B. White (STUART LITTLE, CHARLOTTE'S WEB).

Main Cast & Crew

Jason Alexander
Mary Steenburgen
Reese Witherspoon
Joe Mantegna
Carol Burnett
Seth Green

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 75
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 043396058477
  • Genre: Childrens
  • Rating: G (MPAA)
  • Release Date: July 2001

Related Categories:
Movies > Childrens
Movies > Animated

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Children
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Theatrical Release: May 11, 2001 (Limited)

Reviews:
"...The message of individuality and the gentle pace may charm the wee ones..." - 08/03/2001 Entertainment Weekly, p.48

 

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