A Mézga család és az ámítógép

A Mézga család és az ámítógép

The Pannonia Film Studio launched the idea in 2005 to continue one of the most successful cartoon series in Hungary, and at that time it was full of internet. [1] József Nepp and Béla Ternovszky, the creators of the series, returned as a director, and would have done the traditional predecessors of the series with traditional hand-drawn techniques (this technique ultimately led to its failure). After the players of the previous series died or passed their roles over time, the new series brought new actors into the voices of the actors, only Harkányi Endre, who gave the voice of the head of the family, remained among the old ones. The other actors were synchronized by Judit Tóth, Petra Haumann, Viktor Baradlay, Gábor Tomanek and Gábor Reviczky. According to the story, the family gets to know the computer and the Internet, and in every episode they are working on some new current problems with current computing. However, only two episodes of the series were made. The first part was screened on June 3, 2005 in the Filmmuseum Music Festival program series at the Merlin Theater in Budapest. Unlike its predecessors, this episode was only 10 minutes, not 20 or 22. The series has never been finalized. The first episode was finally released on May 17, 2017, on May 24th, on YouTube's KEDD Animation Studio.

Runtime: 26:14 minutes

Quality: HD

First air date: May 17, 2017

Last air date: May 24, 2017

Episode: 2 Episode

Season: 1 Season

IMDb: 10