The Ugly Duckling and Me!
|The Ugly Duckling and Me!|
|Directed by||Michael Hegner|
|Written by||Mark Hodkinson|
|Music by||Jacob Groth|
|Edited by||Thorbjørn Christoffersen|
|Distributed by||Magma Films (United Kingdom)|
M6 Films, Futurikon (France)
|6 October 2006 (Denmark)|
14 February 2007 (France)
8 February 2008 (United Kingdom)
The Ugly Duckling and Me! (Danish: Den grimme ælling og mig, French: Le vilain petit canard et moi) is a 2006 Danish-British-French animated film directed by Michael Hegner and Karsten Kiilerich. Intended for a family audience, it is a modern adaptation of The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen. The Yorkshire Post described it as a "feel good" film for family audiences. It also won an award at the China International Cartoon and Digital Art Festival. The film initially premiered in Denmark on October 6, 2006.
The film is based on a television series of the same name. The series chronicles the adventures of a swan named Ugly and his adoptive father, a rat named Ratso.
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