Uma Aventura no Tempo

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Uma Aventura no Tempo
Directed by Maurício de Sousa
Rodrigo Gava
André Passos
Clewerson Saremba
Produced by Diler Trindade
Bruno Bluwol (associate producer)
Wilson Borges (co-producer)
Felipe Pinto (production manager)
Written by Emerson Bernardo de Abreu
Flávio de Souza
Didi Oliveira
Maurício de Sousa
Airon Barreto de Lacerda (story)
Manoel Barreto de Lacerda (story)
Elisabeth Mendes (story)
Starring Marli Bortoletto
Angélica Santos
Paulo Camargo
Elza Gonçalves
Rodrigo Andreatto
Bianca Rinaldi
Maurício de Sousa
Music by Márcio Araújo
Danilo Adriano
Edited by [João Paulo Carvalho
Rafael Gomes
Distributed by Buena Vista International
Release dates
February 16, 2007
Running time
80 minutes
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Box office $2,186,657[1]

An Adventure Through Time (of Portuguese, Uma Aventura no Tempo) is a 2007 Brazilian animated film based on the Monica's Gang comic books. The film was directed and co-written by Mauricio de Sousa, creator of over two hundred characters featured in the comic books.


The film begins with Franklin finishing up his time travel machine. He explains to his dog Blu that it works with the synthesis of the four elements. Just outside, Jimmy Five and Smudge concoct an "infallible plan" to steal Monica's blue toy rabbit, Samson. The plan eventually fails when Monica, while on a picnic with Maggy, discovers it. Jimmy Five and Smudge hide in Franklin's office. Monica and Maggy follow them there, where Monica accidentally throws her rabbit on Franklin's machine, causing the elements to travel to different periods in time. Franklin sends each child into a different time after the elements in order to bring them back. If they fail, time will slow down and eventually stop. Monica and Blu end up in Prehistoric times to recover the element of fire. Jimmy Five is sent to the 30th century to recover the element of air. Maggy is sent to a few years back (when the kids were babies) to recover the element of earth. Smudge is sent to an indigenous tribe in Colonial-era Brazil to recover water.

The people they meet are all characters of other sister series of the original Monica's Gang comics (who are also well known to the Brazilian audiences), with exception of the villains "Bandeirante" (a greedy Portuguese man in search for gold named after the explorers of Colonial Brazil) and "Cabeleira Negra" (literally "black hair", a descendant from Black Beard and space pirate from the 30th century).

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  1. ^ "TURMA DA MôNICA EM UMA AVENTURA NO TEMPO". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved May 22, 2014. 

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