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How ‘Lady Buckit and the Motley Mopsters’ came to birth II The Process

By Guardian Exclusive
22 January 2021   |   9:56 am
When a little girl finds herself in wildly unfamiliar territory, she encounters a band of highly unusual characters who change the course of her destiny forever. Chris Ihidero talks about how the animated movie 'Lady Buckit and the Motley Mopsters' was produced.

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