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Badabou's Journey

France, 1955 (MIFF 1958, A Parcel From Paris)

Director: H. Gruel

A little negro called Badabou lived in a village deep in the forest and all the wild beasts were his friends. What happened when he decided to visit Paris with his retinue of animals is told in the film.

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