DreamWorks Happy Holidays from Madagascar

Show, 2005, 563.951 reviews
DreamWorks Happy Holidays from Madagascar
Madagascar goes wild with holiday spirit in this set of Valentine's Day and Christmas-themed tales featuring everyone's favorite animal characters.
The Show DreamWorks Happy Holidays from Madagascar was released in 2005. Ben Stiller, Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Rock and more lend their voices to these hilarious animated animals. This Show is Goofy.
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Score: 6.4 of the 10

Dreamworks Happy Holidays from Madagascar is a TV series starring Kim Jung Hyun. Madagascar goes wild with holiday spirit in this set of Valentine's Day and Christmas-themed tales featuring everyone's favorite animal characters.

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Audio: Spanish;English
Subtitles: Spanish;English

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