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July 5, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
As American children are captivated by Pocahontas and her animal friends, Muslim kids in the Middle East are delighted by little Salam, his playful elephant and Hudhud the talking bird. Avoiding the romantic flirtation of "Pocahontas" and the vivid violence of most cartoons, a Santa Ana animation company has produced a cartoon video acceptable to Islamic officials that has sold nearly 30,000 copies since late last year in Kuwait and neighboring countries.
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July 5, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As American children enthuse over Pocahontas and her animal friends, Muslim kids in the Middle East are delighted by little Salam, his playful elephant and Hudhud the talking bird. Avoiding the romantic flirtation of "Pocahontas" and the vivid violence of most cartoons, a Southern California animation company has produced a cartoon video acceptable to Islamic officials that since late last year has sold nearly 30,000 copies in Kuwait and neighboring countries.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As American children enthuse over Pocahontas and her animal friends, Muslim kids in the Middle East are delighted by little Salam, his playful elephant and Hudhud the talking bird. Avoiding the romantic flirtation of "Pocahontas" and the vivid violence of most cartoons, a Southern California animation company has produced a cartoon video acceptable to Islamic officials that since late last year has sold nearly 30,000 copies in Kuwait and neighboring countries.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
As American children are captivated by Pocahontas and her animal friends, Muslim kids in the Middle East are delighted by little Salam, his playful elephant and Hudhud the talking bird. Avoiding the romantic flirtation of "Pocahontas" and the vivid violence of most cartoons, a Santa Ana animation company has produced a cartoon video acceptable to Islamic officials that has sold nearly 30,000 copies since late last year in Kuwait and neighboring countries.
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