Henry's parents are lost in Africa, so he must live with his greedy and heartless Uncle Augustus. In the crevices of the house live the "Littles" kind, elf-like creatures. August enslaves ... See full summary »
Henry's parents are lost in Africa, so he must live with his greedy and heartless Uncle Augustus. In the crevices of the house live the "Littles" kind, elf-like creatures. August enslaves Henry and wants to tear down his house to build a shopping center. Grandpa Little cares for Tom and Lucy, the Littles' children. Tom befriends a vicious cat by removing a splinter from his paw. After a series of adventures, the Littles and Henry get evidence of Augustus' plot to steal Henry's home. Augustus is arrested, the house is saved, and all ends well. Written by
'Here Come the Littles' is a film about the Littles, who were a family of small human-like creatures with tales who live in between the walls of human houses. The Littles were a cartoon made in the 1980s, and they were one of my favourite cartoons that I used to watch on Saturday mornings. It has been a long while since I saw the film, but I did enjoy it as a child - however, I think I preferred the cartoon series to this film because the movie itself was a little too long for me to really appreciate, and the cartoon series was short enough to contain a lot of adventure while maintaining a fresh sense without over-boring itself into a complex plot. Dinky Little was my favourite and considered the coolest character because he was a pilot and had that red plane.
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