The Trumpet of the Swan

Theatrical Release: July 30, 2001
DVD Release: July 30, 2001
The Trumpet of the Swan
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Synopsis

From the author of Stuart Little and the co-director of “The Fox and the Hound.” It’s a high-flying adventure when Louie, a mute trumpeter swan, is given the gift of a trumpet, and finds his voice! Sometimes being different helps you to find your voice!

When triplets are born to proud Trumpeter Swan parents (Mary Steenburgen and Jason Alexander), everyone is bursting with joy. All seems perfect until they discover that their only son, Louie, can’t speak! And without a voice, Louie can’t compete against his loudmouth rival, Boyd (Seth Green), for the affections of his true love, Serena (Reese Witherspoon). But with help from a boy at camp and his teacher (Carol Burnett), and with dubious guidance from a big city agent (Joe Mantegna), Louie discovers his own unique talents which will help him find his place in the world.

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Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 75 min.
Industry Rating: G
Starring: Voices of Dee Baker, Mary Steenburgen, Jason Alexander, E.G. Daily, Melissa Disney, Sam Gifaldi and Carol Burnett
Reviewer: Dave Lukens