When Chanticleer the Rooster (Glenn Campbell) is tricked into leaving town to seek fame as an Elvis-style Las Vegas singer, his farm is plunged into eternal darkness. This animated musical from Don Bluth centers on a young farm boy who embarks on a magical journey into the animal world to try and bring Chanticleer home. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi
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This whacky story of a singing rooster and his friends is one that we have enjoyed watching many times over the years. It is fun and entertaining, and very exciting for the children to watch. You'll find yourself tapping your foot to the goofy singing rooster songs. This isn't a typical Cinderella story. If you like strange cartoon movies about singing/dancing/talking banyard animals, this is certainly a must see movie!
Rock-A-Doodle doesn't look very handsome. The animation isn't clean, the story is just puzzling, and the characters are just obviously strange except for the villain. Perhaps Don Bluth could do better, but for now, Rock-A-Doodle is not rocking or rolling.