Wisdom of the Gnomes

Wisdom of the Gnomes (Spanish: La llamada de los gnomos, literally "Call of the gnomes") is an animated series produced by Spanish company BRB Internacional and Televisión Española about Gnomes. It was a spin-off of the series The World of David the Gnome. It was based on the books The Secret Book of Gnomes by Wil Huygen.

Wisdom of the Gnomes
Created byClaudio Biern Boyd
Directed byLuis Ballester
Voices ofFélix Acaso
Manuel Peiró
Cristina Victoria
Paco Hernández
Manuel Peiró
Ángel Egido
José Moratalia
Narrated byTeófilo Martínez
Opening theme"Wisdom of the Gnomes"
Ending theme"Little Planet"
Composer(s)Óscar Gómez
Country of originSpain
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of series1
No. of episodes26
Production
Producer(s)José Luis Rodríguez
José Manuel Iglesias
Running time23 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s)BRB Internacional
Televisión Española
DistributorBRB Internacional
Release
Original network
Original releaseOctober 4, 1987 (1987-10-04) –
1988
External links
Production website

Other sequels, both in serial and movie form, were The Great Adventure of the Gnomes (1995), The Gnomes in the Snow (1999) and The Fantastic Adventures of the Gnomes (2000).

PlotEdit

In this series the protagonist is a gnome called Klaus, a judge (aka "wise man Klaus"), who travels with his assistant Danny on Henry the Swan, trying to solve disputes and lawsuits between animals peacefully and wisely.

Like in The World of David the Gnome, the trolls also appear in this series. David himself appears in one episode.

The penultimate episode features Wil Huygen and his wife, the only pair of humans in direct communication with Gnomes. Klaus and Danny complain to Huygen of "inaccuracies" in his book, though what these errors are is not made specific.

CastEdit

English dub crewEdit

EpisodesEdit

  1. Klaus the Judge (27 September 1989)
  2. Loch Ness (4 October 1989)
  3. Trip to Canada (11 October 1989)
  4. The Magic Carpet (18 October 1989)
  5. The Chamois (25 October 1989)
  6. Trip to Nepal (1 November 1989)
  7. The Gold-Diggers (8 November 1989)
  8. Adventure in the Arctic (15 November 1989)
  9. The Discovery of Ithaca (22 November 1989)
  10. The Carpathians (29 November 1989)
  11. Trip to Venice (6 December 1989)
  12. The Ballad of Gnomoshima (13 December 1989)
  13. The Gnome-Olympics (20 December 1989)
  14. Trip to Siberia (10 June 1993)
  15. Andalusia (17 June 1993)
  16. China (24 June 1993)
  17. France (1 July 1993)
  18. Hawaii (8 July 1993)
  19. The Stolen Mirror (15 July 1993)
  20. The Winter Race (22 July 1993)
  21. Mystery in the Forest (29 July 1993)
  22. The Gnomewegians (5 August 1993)
  23. Argentina (12 August 1993)
  24. Dany's Wedding (19 August 1993)
  25. Holland (26 August 1993)
  26. Goodbye Klaus (2 September 1993)

External linksEdit