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Juan Pablo Buscarini’s Noah’s Ark promises to take on the animals, two by two

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Many years ago, Danny Kaye played Noah in the 1970 Broadway musical Two By Two.
The play's success was so-so, but at least a CD is easy to find.
Ask and you shall receive.
All hands, paws and hooves on deck for an adventure on the most famous boat of all time now that award-winning filmmaker Juan Pablo Buscarini’s Noah’s Ark, a fresh and funny animated adventure that the entire family will love, will be released on DVD by Shout! Factory on March 11.
Noah is building a whale of a boat in order to save two of every species from a flood that will cover the entire world! As the rain begins to fall outside and animals line up two by two, it soon becomes clear that living together on a very cramped ship isn’t going to be easy!
Trouble begins to brew when the animals begin to get hungry, a pair of stowaways plot to take over the ship, Dagnino the Tiger wants to replace the irresponsible Lion, Xiro, as king of the beasts, and Noah’s own family begins to squabble! One thing’s for sure–it won’t be smooth sailing on this trip. But with a little luck and a little faith, Noah will be able to deliver his floating zoo to safety . . . two by two.
Amen!

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