Barnyard: The Original Party Animals Cert. PG
THIS is a new lighthearted animated tale that gives you a hilarious look at what farm animals get up to when the farmer s back is turned. Produced by Steve Oedelerk and Nickelodeon Movies, the co-creators of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Barnyard centres ar
THIS is a new lighthearted animated tale that gives you a hilarious look at what farm animals get up to when the farmer's back is turned.
Produced by Steve Oedelerk and Nickelodeon Movies, the co-creators of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Barnyard centres around Otis (voiced by comedian Kevin James), a carefree party cow who enjoys singing, dancing and playing tricks on humans.
Otis lives his life being unconcerned about keeping the animals' humanlike talents a secret.
What happens is meant to stay in the barnyard but Otis loves acting like a human, even going on a joy ride with a bunch of Jersey thug cows.
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We have three pairs of tickets for readers to win to see the film at Cineworld in Towerfields, Huntingdon. To be in with a chance of winning a pair, just tell us who provides the voice for Otis.
Send your answer on a postcard or sealed envelope, with your name, address and a daytime telephone number to: Posted, Barnyard Competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB. Entries must reach us by Friday November 10. Usual Archant competition rules apply.
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