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Old Crocodile

Alt titles: Toshi wo totta Wani

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3.067 out of 5 from 229 votes
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Once upon a time, there was an old crocodile who had lived long enough to see the building of the pyramids. Plagued with rheumatism, the old crocodile could no longer catch his food; and so he did the next best thing: he ate one of his relatives. After failing to kill him, the rest of the crocodile family called a meeting to discuss what to do next - but the old crocodile, in the midst of things, slipped away unnoticed. He then met a kind octopus who fetched him food and stayed as his companion; but unfortunately, the old crocodile could not fight his instincts, and slowly began to devour her legs - one each evening...

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Koji YAMAMURA Director
Koji YAMAMURA Producer

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Old Crocodile valondar 8/10 Jan 30, 2009
Toshi wo totta Wani valondar 8/10 Jan 30, 2009

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Both somewhat of a cautionary tale (Old Crocodile FAR more), with whimsical animation and characters that will delight you.