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1 form y separately published work icon Drop Dead Weird Warren Coleman , Stephen Abbott , ( dir. Glenn Fraser ) Australia : Ambience Entertainment , 2017 10444312 2017 series - publisher film/TV fantasy

'Lulu, Frankie and Bruce are three Aussie siblings who move with their parents to a B&B in Tubbershandy, an isolated seaside village in western Ireland. Fitting in to a new hometown is hard enough without having to hide a secret so huge as zombie parents! And the methods Lulu, Bruce and Frankie must invent on a daily (even hourly!) basis to keep the truth under wraps are a constant source of adventure and hilarity. For the Champ Clan, life in Tubbershandy can get pretty interesting ... and weird...Drop Dead Weird!'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 5 form y separately published work icon Happy Feet Two Warren Coleman , Gary Eck , Paul Livingston , George Miller , ( dir. George Miller ) Australia : Kennedy Miller Entertainment , 2011 Z1827794 2011 single work film/TV fantasy children's

In this sequel to Happy Feet, Erik, son of the tap-dancing Mumble and his mate Gloria, struggles to find his own place in the penguin colony, just as his father did. In Erik's case, though, the situation is complicated when he meets a penguin who is able to fly ...

1 4 form y separately published work icon Happy Feet Warren Coleman , John Collee , George Miller , Judy Morris , ( dir. George Miller et. al. )agent Australia : Kennedy Miller Entertainment , 2006 Z1827788 2006 single work film/TV children's fantasy

Mumble, a young penguin living in the Antarctic, is the only penguin in his colony who is unable to sing: all other penguins attract mates by singing their 'heartsong'. But Mumble can do something that no other penguin has ever been able to do: tap dance. And with this talent, he can not only attract his soulmate but also stop the over-fishing that is endangering the penguin population.