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Very Weird European Cartoon (Strit og Stumme 87)

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    Hey, I'm from The Bahamas and our national television station is ZNS (Zephyr Nassau Sunshine). About 19-20 years ago, I saw the ending of this very strange-looking animated feature one Saturday afternoon while watching ZNS. The images from this cartoon haunt me to this day. Anyway, I distinctly remember a character that wore a safari helmet. This character looked like a pre-teen boy as he was very thin, and he purplish in color. What made this cartoon very strange in my 8-9 year old eyes was the fact that this "boy" was completely nude, save for the safari-like helmet. He had no gentials or nipples.

    The "boy" seemed to be underground in a dark tunnel (possibly a mine) or something and by the end of the cartoon he and some other characters were exiting this tunnel. This cartoon did not look American at all. It looked European (French in particular), but may have been British. I don't remember if the characters spoke English or not. Please help me figure this one out. It's been bothering me for 20 years.
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    Was it a series, movie or short?
    I haven't seen this one myself, but this Danish production fits your description

    Strit og Stumme (87)
    a.k.a. Dreaming of Paradise

    In the future mankind moves underground to escape the polluted surface. Centuries pass and the surface becomes merely a myth. A group of children embark on a journey through the tunnels to find the surface to find if it exists

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