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by Dominique Monféry


Franklin is on holiday and is delighted by a surprise visit from his Aunt Lucy, an explorer whose specialty is finding archaeological treasures. This family reunion gives Franklin's Granny the chance to relive her own childhood. This is when she mentions a box filled with treasures that she had hidden and buried. Franklin is of course intrigued. The treasure hunt becomes extremely important when Granny falls ill and Aunt Lucy remembers a talisman that might just be in that famous box of treasure and that could save his grandmother.

international title: Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure
original title: Franklin et le trésor du lac
country: France, Canada
year: 2006
genre: animation
directed by: Dominique Monféry
film run: 80'
release date: FR, BE 20/12/2006, PL 15/06/2007, HU 10/01/2008, ES 22/02/2008, IS 08/04/2009
screenplay: John van Bruggen, Paulette Bourgeois, Brenda Clark, Jean-Jacques Pron, Charles Tellac
film editing: Patrick Gonidec
music: Ray Parker, Andrew Sabiston, Roger St-Denis, Tom Szczesniak
producer: Cynthia Taylor
production: Alphanim/Gaumont, Nelvana Productions
distributor: Cinéart, Mars Films Distribution
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