This feeble cartoon story starring the "Smurfs" is set in Medieval times when Pee Wee and his friend Johan set off for the land of the Smurfs to enlist their help in getting back the stolen Magic Flute -- not Mozart's Magic Flute, but another flute that has the ability to make people get up and dance. With flat humor, restricted animation techniques, and an overworking of "smurf" as a verb, the protagonists might say this movie was smurfed before it was released. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
-- Film adaptations
-- Juvenile films.
Smurfs (Fictitious characters) -- Juvenile films.
Flute -- Juvenile films.
Magic -- Juvenile films.
Thieves -- Juvenile films.
Good and evil -- Juvenile films.
Smurfs (Fictitious characters) -- Drama.
Flute -- Drama.
Magic -- Drama.
|Publisher|| [Los Angeles, Calif.] :Shout! Factory :2012
|Other Titles|| Flûte à six Schtroumpfs
Delporte, Y. (Yvan), 1928-2007.
Belvision France (Firm)
Shout! Factory (Firm)
Fabulous Films (Firm)
Voices: Patty Foley, Durga McBroom.
MPAA rating: Rated G.
Title from container.
Originally released as the motion picture "La flûte à six Schtroumpfs" in 1976.
The Smurfs created by Peyo. Based upon original stories and ideas of Peyo.
Special features: original uncut theatrical release; image gallery; glossary of Smurf terms; the Smurf story; character guide; about the Smurfs and the magic flute; animated menus.
DVD; region 1, NTSC; stereo.
1 videodisc (approximately 71 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.