Los trotamúsicos (1989– )

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy


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The adventures and misadventures of Koki, Lupo, Burlón and Tonto: the Four Musicians of Bremen.


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20 June 2006 | spikespiegel28
10
| One of the best Spanish old shows EVER!!!
Some time ago between middle 80's and starting 90's Spain created the best cartoon shows that children will remember. Some were co-produced with Japanese (the vast majority) and maby because of this great cooperation they were so good shows. We had Alrededor del Mundo con Willy Fog(Around the World with Willy Fog), D'artacan y los tres Mosqueperros (Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds), David el Gnomo (David the Gnome), La Aldea del Arce (Maple Town Monogatari/Mapleville)... Los Trotamúsicos (The Bremen Musicians) was also one of them. The story of four animals (Koki the Rooster, Lupo the Dog, Mocker the Cat, and Stupid the Donkey) that team to make a music group, and start taking class music lessons in a abandoned house, so they can be the best musicians ever, and for that they have to win the Bremen Music Festival. Another group (the bad guys) that is composed by robbers want to also get the prize...but in other ways. Only to start, the opening song is one of that good 80's songs that you will always remember: One, Two, Three, Four, we are Four, Four guys, mad the Four And to Bremen we go with this song... ...with this song. Through the world we will carry, happiness and good humor, the life is amusement, its a music song.

If you loved all the other 80's Spanish cartoons you will also love this one.

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Release Date:

1989

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Spain

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