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Mr. Popper's Penguins (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Mr. Popper's Penguins (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Rolfe Kent. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 57:51 minutes.

Artist: Rolfe Kent
Release date: 2011
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental
Tracks: 27
Duration: 57:51
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No. Title Length
1. Radio Chat / the Streets of New York 2:32
2. "The Horn of Africa" 1:58
3. Popper's Life / Reginald and the Will 1:53
4. A Live Penguin 1:41
5. To the Tavern and Van Gundy 2:34
6. Captain Runs a Bath 1:17
7. Trying to Get Rid of Captain 1:05
8. A New Host of Penguins 3:23
9. The Man from the Zoo 1:55
10. Of Sleep and Soccer 3:29
11. Penguins' Uncanny Tracking Ability 1:26
12. Guggenheim Pandemonium 2:04
13. What Advice Have You Got, Dad 0:54
14. Training the Birds 1:47
15. Dresses, Daughters, and Eggs 1:53
16. Showing Amanda the Eggs 1:16
17. Skating Date 2:19
18. Whoever Has the Fish 0:31
19. Kent and His Camera Phone 1:24
20. Eggs Hatching / Captain Waits 2:33
21. Popper's Gone Crazy 2:53
22. Life Without Penguins 2:10
23. The Lost Letter / And Popper Has a Plan 2:40
24. The Escape from the Zoo 5:01
25. A Race to the Tavern On the Green 0:34
26. Challenge At the Tavern - Come to Popper! 4:02
27. A Family an Anarctica 2:37



Director Mark Waters' big screen rendering of Richard Atwater & Florence Atwater’s beloved children’s novel Mr. Popper's Penguins puts elastic funnyman Jim Carrey in the title role and Rolfe Kent (Sideways, Charlie St. Cloud) in the composer’s chair. Kent, who possesses a Gershwin-ian lightness that can elevate even the silliest or sappiest film into a tolerable affair, casts a fine spell here, establishing some memorable themes, especially the “Popper’s Life” cue, which manages to sound both grounded and magical. Elsewhere, “To the Tavern and Van Gundy” offers up a summery, jazzy vibe, while the appropriately somber “Life Without Penguins” remains just aloof enough to foreshadow the aquatic, flightless birds’ inevitable return,