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Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? is a american film of genre Comedy directed by Joe Murray released in USA on 18 february 2007 with Carlos Alazraqui

Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? (2007)

Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo?
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Released in USA 18 february 2007
Length 1h
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Comedy,    Animation
Rating74% 3.708623.708623.708623.708623.70862

Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? is a television special based on the animated series Camp Lazlo. Sequentially, this movie was released during the third season of Camp Lazlo, but chronologically the events occur at the start of the series. The plot centers on how the Jelly Cabin trio met, and Lazlo's struggle to "fit in" to the strict atmosphere of Camp Kidney.

By season three, when this special was released, the personalities of the characters had evolved beyond the personalities of the earlier episodes, but these evolved traits were incorporated into this hour-long movie.

The movie lays some foundational character traits, for example:


Scoutmaster Lumpus as a quasi-dictator
Edward as a resentful toadie
Raj as a low-keyed, middle-of-the-road personality
Clam as an angry and short tempered child
Chip and Skip do not have their trademark flies until Lazlo arrives
The movie doesn't also feature the Squirrel Scouts as well.

When the movie aired for the first time, it was aired in a letterbox format. Later airings were shown in full screen.



^ "Joe Murray's Journal, May 27, 2008".

Synopsis

The story opens with Lazlo missing, and Clam and Raj relating the tale up to this point.

Actors

Carlos Alazraqui

(Lazlo / Clam / Hippo / Bear (voice))
Jeff Bennett

(Raj / Samson / Hoo Ha / Walrus (voice))
Tom Kenny

(Lumpus / Slinkman / Beaver (voice))
Doug Lawrence
Steve Little
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