Freddy Frogface

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Freddy Frogface
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Directed by Peter Dodd
Written by Ole Lund Kirkegaard
Peter Dodd
Produced by Erik Wilstrup
Starring Nikolaj Lie Kaas
Thure Lindhardt
Edited byErick Leos
Per Risager
Music byHalfdan E
Søren Siegumfeldt
Distributed byPolyband
Magyar Televízió
Phase 4 Films (US & Canada) [1]
Release date
  • 3 February 2011 (2011-02-03)
Running time
84 minutes

Freddy Frogface (Danish : Orla Frøsnapper) is a 2011 Danish 3D animated comedy film directed by Peter Dodd, [2] [3] and based on the book Orla Frøsnapper by Ole Lund Kirkegaard. It was later dubbed into English and was released in several other countries. It is the first film in a trilogy of computer-animated films based on children's books by Kirkegaard, after Jelly T (2012) and Otto the Rhino (2013).



Victor is a young boy who wants to join a traveling circus. For such purpose, he regularly trains his dog Sausage to do various tricks. However, he is bothered by a villain, bully and ruffian, named Freddy, who regularly mistreats other kids and steals their belongings.

Original Danish Cast

English dub cast [4]

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  3. "Freddy Frogface". bafici. Retrieved 15 April 2012.