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WIN 1 of 10 family passes to Smurfs: The Lost Village (valued at $80 each).

In this fully animated, fresh new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her best friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an exciting and thrilling race through the Forbidden Forest filled with magical creatures to find a mysterious lost village before the evil wizard Gargamel does. Embarking on a rollercoaster journey full of action and danger, the Smurfs are on a course that leads to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history!

In cinemas from March 30.


Please note this competition is open from March 13 2017 to March 27 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize. Winners will be a required to cover any and all transport/accomodation costs. Users who unsubscribe will no longer be eligible to win this prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. DwyerQLD
  2. J. BennettVIC
  3. A. SmythWA
  4. M. IliadisVIC
  5. B. StimsonVIC
  7. A. MorrisNSW
  8. T. LewisNT
  9. C. TrudgettNSW
  10. R. SmithACT
  • My sister and I attempting to paint our faces blue (with mum’s eye shadow) so we could feel part of the Smurf family.

  • Bleary eyed I’d wake for the morning cartoons
    on the way, grab Coco Pops, a bowl and spoon.
    Giggle at Gargamel’s foiled evil plans
    mornings with those little blue guys, I was fan.

  • Sitting around the tv with my cousins watching the smurfs and then role playing what we have just watched, we always argued who would be who, we can have just taken it in turns but that was too easy.

  • Sitting in my pjs enjoying my favourite show with my brother, simple but happy memories of the smurfs.

  • Actually, my favourite Smurf memory came from watching my nieces and nephews giggling at The Smurfs in POLISH! They were on TV in Poland as a “goodnight” cartoon right before bedtime. They always sounded SO funny in another language!

  • My sister, Simone and I would run home from school to try and beat each other, to see who could put the TV on first and command the best position in front of the TV to watch the Smurfs and have prime position.

  • Smurfette being introduced, i use to walk around thinking i was her, i loved the smurfs as a child and it’s so nice to enjoy that with my kids now.

  • Saturday mornings creeping out to turn on the black and white tv to watch Gargamel chase Smurfs but the clever smurfs always triumphed! Fantastic carefree days,

  • The theme song – it’s one that just gets in your head and won’t get out!

  • Getting up early on Saturday mornings and waiting for Rage to finish (my sister and mum watched it) and then turning over to watch the Smurfs :) love them

  • Getting out my Fuzzy Felts and playing along. I loved those felt boards and I loved reliving the Smurf’s adventures!

  • My favourite cartoon growing up. Reminds me of waking early Saturday mornings, watching the smurfs with my older sisters and singing the song. Smurfy fun

  • I actually remember listening to a smurf tape (there was no TV time at our home) with funny smurf songs, loved it!

  • Loved to sing a happy song and have fun with the Smurfs – and now my kids love them too. Great to have the originals of DVD and new movies to enjoy. Who doesn’t love the Smurfs :)

  • My best memories for the Smurfs are getting up early on a Saturday morning and watching the Smurfs on Cartoon Connection.

  • So ‘CLUMSY’ and ‘HEFTY’ this child had no hope.
    ‘GROUCHY’ I was my parents couldn’t cope.
    Feeling ‘blue’ they let me watch the Smurfs.
    Consoling me this ‘Smurfette’ is now the happiest on home turf!

  • I don’t remember watching them but I do remember having a smurf on my desk to give me luck during tests!

  • We were so lucky because we all got Smurf’s at the local garage when Dad bought petrol all those years ago so when they were on TV we could have our Smurfs with us too and make up games. I wish they still did that for our kids.

  • I thought papa smurf was my grandad till I was about 4 until I seen santa so I thought he must of got a new job

  • mum dressing up as a smurf for a fancy dress party during a qld summer and seeing the blue run free all over the carpet by the end of the night was a memorable introduction to a life of smurfs

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