A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise

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A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise
Sammy's Adventures 2.jpg
Directed by Vincent Kesteloot
Ben Stassen
Produced by Gina Gallo
Mimi Maynard
Dominic Paris
Ben Stassen
Caroline Van Iseghem
Screenplay by Domonic Paris
Starring Kaitlyn Maher
Carter Hastings
Khary Payton
Alan Shearman
Dino Andrade
Grey DeLisle
Camille labadie
Bridget Hoffman
Bill Parks
Carlos Alazraqui
Joe J. Thomas
Eric Bauza
Music by Ramin Djawadi
nWave Pictures
Illuminata Pictures
Motion Investment Group
BNP Paribas Fortis Film Fund
Le Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique
Distributed by Belga Films
Release date
  • 15 August 2012 (2012-08-15)
Running time
93 minutes[1]
Country Belgium
Language English

A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise (titled Sammy's Great Escape in the UK; Dutch: Sammy's avonturen 2, literally "Sammy's adventures 2") is a 2012 English-language Belgian-French animated film sequel to the 2010 animated film A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures. The sequel features the voice talents of Kaitlyn Maher, Khary Payton and Carlos Alazraqui.


Sammy and Ray are supervising their new grandchildren, when seagulls attack them and both Sammy and Ray and two of their grandchildren Ella and Ricky are captured on trawler. While Ella and Ricky are separated and sent to the seabed, Sammy and Ray are taken to an aquarium with Lulu, a lobster with dissociative identity disorder and Jimbo a bug-eyed blobfish. Escape plans are run and tried by the leading seahorse Big D. Ella and Ricky set out with Annabel and Margaret, the pink octopus mother and daughter in order to rescue their grandfathers, getting chased by a pair of barracudas when they get there. After much communication trouble, Ella and Ricky interpret from Sammy that in order to escape the aquarium several squids expel ink into the ventilation system, while all the aquarium inhabitants play dead. Before initiating the escape plan, Sammy and Ray get the tyrannical Big D out of the way. The reluctant aquarium manager opens the emergency doors allowing all sea creatures out to freedom.


Additional Voices[edit]


The soundtrack for the film includes various songs by various artists, including the musical score for the film from Ramin Djawadi. American country singer Darius Rucker contributed the song "True Believers", which is included in the original soundtrack[2] and the North American direct-to-video release of the film. Greyson Chance's song "Stranded" is instead heard in the releases of the film outside of the US and Canada.

1."Stranded" (Greyson Chance)3:44
2."Rock El Casbah" (Rachid Taha)4:33
3."Tequila" (The Champs)2:12
4."Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano" (Renato Carosone)3:27
5."Rock Lobster" (The B-52's)6:50
6."Atlantic" (Givers)4:54
7."Working Together" (Gonzales)3:16
8."Free Drinks"1:21
9."Sammy's Adventures"1:44
10."Trapped in a Loony Bin"1:25
11."Oil Plan"2:14
12."Escape Attempt"2:32
13."I'm the Boss"1:11
15."Bird Attack"1:48
16."Barracuda Chase"2:44
17."The Big Escape"2:10
18."True Believers" (Darius Rucker)4:13
Total length:49:07


The film was followed by a second sequel titled Sammy & Co: Turtle Paradise released in 2017.


  1. ^ "GSCMovies :: SAMMY 2". GSC. Retrieved 13 November 2012. Running Time: 1 hour 33 minutes 
  2. ^ "Hans-Zimmer.com - Sammy 2". Retrieved 13 November 2012. 

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