Carsten & Gitte's Movie Madness (2008)

Director
Anders Morgenthaler; Karla Nielsen; Rikke Hallund; Sabine Ravn; Mette Skov; Esben Toft Jacobsen

Main cast
Helle Dolleris; Anette Støvelbæk; Sofie Stougaard; Søren Hauch-Fausbøll

Genres
Family, Comedy

Description
Anders Morgenthaler's two puppet friends Carsten and Gitte present a compilation of six short animation and puppet films, directed by Karla Nielsen, Rikke Hallund, Sabine Ravn, Mette Skov, Esben Toft Jacobsen and Anders Morgenthaler.


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