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Bridge to Terabithia (1985)

Jess Aarons and new girl Leslie Burke create a world of their own and call it Terabithia and pretend to be the king and queen. They return to their magical kingdom every day after school.

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Julian Coutts ...
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Sharon Alexander ...
Brenda Aarons (as Sharon Holownia)
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Earle Watson
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Jess Aarons and new girl Leslie Burke create a world of their own and call it Terabithia and pretend to be the king and queen. They return to their magical kingdom every day after school. Written by Adam Carpenter <encenoman@hotmail.com>

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Drama | Family | Fantasy

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4 February 1985 (USA)  »

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Puente a Terabitia  »

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This movie was filmed for PBS. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Jesse Oliver Aarons, Jr.: On your mark. Get set. Go!
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Connections

Version of Bridge to Terabithia (2007) See more »

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more than beautiful
11 December 2016 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

the flavor of book. this is the basic virtue of a film about refuges and friendship and solitude and need to be yourself. a simple and nuanced performance from each actor. the air of an age who reminds the atmosphere, the sparkles, dreams and expectations of the universe of the viewer at the same age. the sensitivity reflected in a story who gives nothing new. but it reminds essential truths. and, sure, the young actors. each of them - perfect choice for his role. short - a touching and lovely and useful adaptation. and this is more than a good point. it is a start point for reflect about the precious hours of an unique age.


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