The Twelve Tasks of Asterix

1976 French animated feature film

The Twelve Tasks of Asterix (Les Douze travaux d'Astérix) is a 1976 animated feature film based on the Asterix comic book series. René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo, the creators of the series, wrote the story and directed the film themselves.

Directed by René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo, Pierre Watrin and Henri Gruel. Produced by Georges Dargaud, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. Screenplay by Pierre Tchernia, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo.
Twelve mighty tasks to prove the Gauls are gods or mortals!

DialogueEdit

Julius Caesar: Brutus, stop playing about with that knife. You'll end up hurting somebody.

Roman Ghost: You see, we're ghosts, and...
Asterix: I'm not interested in your story! Do you know what time it is?
Roman Ghost: Uh, no, but...
Asterix: You listen to me! We ran, we did the javelin, we did wrestling, we did the fountain of the priestesses, the mage from Egypt, the cook of the Titans, the crocodiles! But-we-can-not-sleep!

Obelix: Oh, Asterix! He called me "Fatty!"

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