Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear Trailer

Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear Trailer (1983)

03 February 1983 Animated 84 mins

Bumble the Bear (Olivier Bommel) finds an egg that, it turns out, has a cute little dragon in it. However, this dinosaur grows huge every time it is upset. As this causes a lot of problems, Ollie Bommel has to face a difficult dilemma.

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Fred Benavente

as Ollie B. Bommel

Maya Bouma

as hoofdverpleegster

Fred Emmer

as nieuwslezer

Harrie Geelen

as Wammes Waggel

Trudy Libosan

as Tom Poes

Luc Lutz

as Joost


Rob Houwer

Rob Houwer Producer

International Titles

The Dragon That Wasn't (Or Was He?) Trailer

Il drago che non c'era Trailer

Als je begrijpt wat ik bedoel Trailer

International Releases Dates

Netherlands 03 February 1983

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