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Goat Story - The Old Prague Legends (Czech: Kozí příběh - pověsti staré Prahy) is a 2008 Czech 3D computer-animated fantasy comedy film produced and directed by Jan Tománek, and written by Tománek with David Sláma. The first Czech-produced feature-length computer-animated film, it features animation by Art And Animation studio and was released May 19, 2010 in United States.[1]

The film features the voice performances of Jiří Lábus, Matěj Hádek, Mahulena Bočanová, Michal Dlouhý, Petr Pelzer, Jan Přeučil, Viktor Preiss, Miroslav Táborský, Karel Heřmánek, Petr Nárožný, Dalimil Klapka, Pavel Rímský, Ota Jirák, Filip Jevič and Justin Svoboda. Produced over the course of five years on a $1.8 million budget, and only about ten animators and 3D graphic designers worked on it.

Goat Story was theatrically released on October 16, 2008 by Bontonfilm on May 19, 2010. It won the main prize at the 2010 Buenos Aires International Children's Film Festival,[2] and received nominations at other film festivals. A sequel, Goat Story 2, was released in 2012.

Cast[]

Image Character Original Actor Dub Actor
Goat Jiří Lábus Amy Vorphal
Kuba/Jemmy Matěj Hádek Mike Buffo
Máca/Katy Mahulena Bočanová Jo-Anne Krupa
Matěj Michal Dlouhý ?
Mistr Hanuš Petr Pelzer ?
Purkmistr Jan Přeučil ?
Konšel Viktor Preiss ?
Priest Ignác Miroslav Táborský ?
Devil / Leader Karel Heřmánek ?
Beggar Petr Nárožný ?
Beggar Dalimil Klapka ?
Beggar Pavel Rímský ?
Taverner Ota Jirák ?
Student Filip Jevič ?
Student Justin Svoboda ?

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