Tal­ented pen­guin dances his way to true love

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - KE FUN CLUB -

HAPPY Feet, the award­win­ning an­i­mated film set in Antarc­tica, is about to be re­leased on DVD. Into the land of em­peror pen­guins, where each bird needs a heart song to at­tract a soul­mate, a pen­guin is born who can­not sing. Mum­ble, the son of Mem­phis and Norma Jean, is the worst singer in the world but a bril­liant tap-dancer. Un­for­tu­nately, his tal­ent is deemed pe­cu­liar and Mum­ble is de­clared an out­cast by the em­peror el­ders. He is even ac­cused of caus­ing the mys­te­ri­ous fish famine af­fect­ing the pen­guin com­mu­nity. Mum­ble de­cides to leave his fam­ily and goes on a jour­ney to de­ter­mine the real cause of the famine. He meets the Ami­gos, a wise-crack­ing comic crew of Latino pen­guins and wins the heart of his soul­mate Glo­ria. The DVD will be re­leased on Mon­day by Warner Home Video. For your chance to win a copy and a goody bag, sim­ply an­swer the fol­low­ing ques­tion:

What is the name of the tap­danc­ing pen­guin in Happy Feet?

Send your an­swer on a post­card or sealed en­ve­lope with your name, age, ad­dress and phone num­ber to Happy Feet Com­pe­ti­tion, Ken­tish Ex­press, 3436 North Street, Ash­ford, Kent TN24 8JR or e-mail kecom­pe­ti­tion@thek­m­gro up.co.uk by Thurs­day, April 5. The first two cor­rect en­tries drawn will each win a DVD and goody bag. 1. This com­pe­ti­tion is not open to em­ploy­ees (and their im­me­di­ate fam­i­lies) of the Kent Mes­sen­ger Group or any other com­pany as­so­ci­ated with it. 2. En­tries which are altered, il­leg­i­ble or not in ac­cor­dance with the rules will be dis­qual­i­fied. 3. Re­spon­si­bil­ity can­not be ac­cepted for en­tries lost or dam­aged. Proof of post­ing can­not be ac­cepted as proof of de­liv­ery. 4. The de­ci­sion of the judges, as ap­pointed by the Kent Mes­sen­ger Group, is fi­nal. 5. Only one en­try per per­son. 6. En­tries must be re­ceived by noon on Thurs­day, April 5. The names of the win­ners will be pub­lished in this news­pa­per. There is no cash al­ter­na­tive to the prize.

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