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I saw this movie for the first time when I was five or six years old - and it was a fantastic expirience. It made me to read the original book by Jules Verne - and I must say that it's less amazing and astounding than the film. I always loved the charming b&w scenes - you'll never know if the move is played by live actors or if it is all animated. Let yourself get amazed!
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