This animated wildlife film provides an environmental friendly message that humans are a malicious, careless breed. Three cherubic little animals have to rescue their friend who has been overcome by poisonous gas. Written by
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A high-flying magical, musical adventure that can only happen
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It was the Fox company's choice to change the title of this movie from "The Endangered" to "Once Upon a Forest". Fearing audiences would find the former title too sensitive for a children's film. See more
Cornelius puts a flower behind Michelle's ear before they leave for their walk. After the boat sinks, the furlings are seen running back to their homes and the flower is missing from Michelle's ear. The flower re-appears behind Michelle's ear when Abigail finds her in her home. See more
Russell, you are one lucky hedgehog. It's far too rare for a Furling to survive an encounter with... with...
That is a good name for it.
Featured in Life Itself
He's Gone/He's Back
Music by Andraé Crouch
, Sandra Crouch
and James Horner
Lyrics by Andraé Crouch
and Sandra Crouch
Performed by Ben Vereen
Vocal Backgrounds by The Andrae Crouch Singers See more