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The Magic Snowman (1987)

PG | | Fantasy, Family | December 1987 (USA)
A snowman arrives in a quaint village with the intend to befriend a youngster and to teach him the powers of magic...if you believe.
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Cast

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Lumi Ukko, the Snowman (voice)
Justin Fried ...
Jamie Tonnery
Dragana Marjanovic ...
Mandy Smith
Pavle Bojkovski ...
Stanley
Aleksandar Balan ...
Barton Longbrau
Relja Basic ...
Capt. Longbrau
Boris Cavazza ...
Tom Tonnery
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Capt. Brown
Christian James ...
Logan Tonnery
Dusan Jovanovic ...
Mr. Mako
Frano Lasic ...
Ned
Polona Vetrih ...
History teacher
Spela Rozin ...
Mrs. Tonnery
Milena Zupancic ...
Mrs. Smith
Kyle Morris ...
Father Mullighan
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The story of a snowman that talks to the boy who built him and helps his family when a fishing drought threatens their livelihood. He later teaches the boy a valuable lesson when he tries to beat the local bully in a skating contest. Written by Kurt Martin <rover@worldlink.ca>

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There's Magic in Believing in Yourself. [VHS]

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Fantasy | Family

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PG
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December 1987 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Winter Tale  »

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1.66 : 1
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wonderful winter tale
22 February 2002 | by (Columbia, SC) – See all my reviews

This is a wonderful movie filmed in English in Yugoslavia in 1988 about a boy who wants to buy a new pair of ice skates to compete in the annual competition. Along the way, he comes across a truly magical snowman with the voice of Roger Moore, and a sinister fishing boat captain. The scenery is quite beautiful and the acting very special in an un-Hollywood kind of way. Though technically not a Christmas movie, I would put it in that category because of its' message. This is a very good movie for children between the ages of 6 and 13 but is captivating enough for the whole family to enjoy.


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