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For more than 65 years, one little monkey has captured the hearts and imaginations of those young -- and young at heart -- all over the world.

Generations have been raised on the stories of Margret and H.A. Rey’s classic creation, the inquisitive little fellow who always seems to get into one scrape after another. Over 30 million copies of his books have been sold -- in 17 languages including Yiddish, Afrikaans and Braille -- and his original story has never been out of print since it

was first published.

Now, this beloved character comes to the big screen in an all-new animated feature film from Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment and producer Ron Howard: Curious George. In this funny and enchanting tale based on the classic books, audiences will discover how George first met The Man with the Yellow Hat and ended up following him to the big city. As in all of his published escapades, George’s curiosity leads him and his new human friend into a mess of trouble. For his big-screen debut in 2006, the world’s most mischievous monkey is out of the jungle, out on the town and out for adventure.

Get ready for some serious monkey business.

Lending their voice talents to Curious George are Will Ferrell (Elf, The Producers) as Ted, the Man with the Yellow Hat; Drew Barrymore ("Charlie’s Angels", 50 First Dates) as Maggie, the love-struck schoolteacher; David Cross (Men in Black II, television’s Arrested Development) as the plotting Bloomsberry, Jr.; Eugene Levy (Bringing Down the House, American Pie) as the wacky inventor Clovis; Joan Plowright ("Enchanted April", "101 Dalmations") as the self-centered diva Miss Plushbottom; and screen legend Dick Van Dyke ("Mary Poppins", television’s The Dick Van Dyke Show) as aged adventurer Mr. Bloomsberry.

Red-hot recording artist Jack Johnson (albums In Between Dreams, Brushfire Fairytales) writes and performs his own songs written specifically for the film, putting into words and music the thoughts and feelings of George.