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3D Animated Film ‘The Little Vampire’ Set for July 12 China Release

The Little Vampire 3D, a 2017 3D animated adventure comedy film has been set to release in Chinese theaters on July 12. The film, is based on the same titled book authored by Silver City resident Angela Sommer-Bodenburg. It is produced by a Dutch studio, imported by China Film Group and distributed by Huaxia Film. Based on the children’s book series of the same name by  Sommer-Bodenburg, the film is about a boy who tries to save a young vampire and his family from a ruthless vampire hunter.

The Chinese language is one of the 34 languages worldwide in which the Little Vampire series has been translated.  

http://www.gruft-der-vampire.de/dkv-ausland-buecher.htm 

This website shows the countries in which the Little Vampire series has been published starting with 1. Albania through 32. United States.This is the website of the official German fan club “The Little Vampire” founded by Andy Winkler.

Sommer-Bodenburhg said Andy owns the most comprehensive archive of The Little Vampire in the world.

"As for the animated film 'The Little Vampire 3D,' the first release was in October 2017," she said. "We had been waiting for the release in China for quite some time and gave it up eventually. The news of the release in China on July 12 came as a total surprise to us!"

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