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Captain Sabertooth

Original title: Kaptein Sabeltann
German title: Käpt'n Säbelzahn und der Piratenschatz
Norway, 2003

Director: Bergquist, Stig
Production company: Happy Life, Qvisten Animation and Varga Studio for Seven Seas Production
Co-producers: TV 2, Svensk Filmindustri
Age recommendation: 7 years and up

Nobody dares to speak his name. Scourge of the ocean, ruler of the night and king of the seas, Captain Sabertooth has only one passion and one vice: the quest for gold ...

Other version according to Buster Festival:
The boy Tiny has to be the youngest pirate in the world. He has the kittchen duty on board the pirate ship Dark Lady. Tiny’s biggest wish is to throw away the potato pealer and become a real pirate. He tries to impress the ship’s keen ruler but captain Sabeltand only has one thing in mind: To find the long lost treasure of Gory Gabriel. The captain is succesful in tracking down the island where the treasure is buried. For the first time Tiny gets the chance to show his worth as Sabeltand needs someone young and fresh to go ashore.

Tribeca Film Festival 2004, Buster Copenhagen 2004, Showcommotion Sheffield 2004 (awarded), Leeds 2005

World sales address/es:
Reinvent (DK)

Sold to:
Super RTL (D)
Cinema Nouveau (EE)
Svensk FI (NO)
Metropolitan Films (FR)