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The Ogglies – Welcome to Smelliville (Die Olchis – Willkommen in Schmuddelfing! )

The Ogglies – Welcome to Smelliville
© WunderWerk/Verlag Friedrich Oetinger/LEONINE Distribution/ZDF

The Ogglies are looking for a new home. They end up in Smelliville, a beautiful and peaceful village. Unfortunately, Smelliville has a stinky problem: The local garbage dump is spoiling the place. Something must happen! Max, son of the mayor and his ambitious wife, is a talented hobbyist who secretly hopes to solve the stinky problem with a crazy machine that he develops together with Professor Foamworthy and his niece Lotta. When Max meets the Ogglies on the rubbish dump, it becomes clear what the Ogglies might mean for Smelliville: they eat garbage! And for the Ogglies, Smelliville‘s garbage dump means nothing less than having finally found a real home. Everything would be fine if there were not the plans of the mayor's wife and the unscrupulous construction builder Hammer. In their eyes the garbage dump must be replaced with a wellness temple! The Oggly children need to save their new home together with their friends Max and Lotta.
Genre Animation, Family Entertainment, Fiction
Category Feature
Year of Production 2020
Directors Toby Genkel, Jens Moeller
Screenplay Toby Genkel, John Chambers
Cast Benjamin Young, Lilly Held, Sema'j Alexander Cunningham, Kya Stein, Tony Clark, Geraldine Blecker, Tom Zahner, Susan Tackenberg
Producers Sunna Isenberg, Gisela Schäfer
Co-Producers Julia Bielenberg, Michael Stumpf, Mark Mertens, Bernhard zu Castell
Production Company WunderWerk, in co-production with Grid Animation
Runtime 80 min
Format 1:1.85, Blu-ray, DCP, DVD
 English, German
Sound Technology 5.1
With backing from MOIN Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, German Federal Film Board / FFA Filmförderungsanstalt, German Federal Film Fund / DFFF Deutscher Filmförderfonds, MFG Baden-Württemberg, HessenInvestFilm, Screen Flanders, Casa Kafka Pictures, Belgian Tax Shelter

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