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William T. Hurtz
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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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The last Hanna Barbera production to ever be theatrically released. See more »
Abigail, at various points in the film, will switch between having green eyes or blue eyes. See more »
I can hardly see him behind his papers. He must be working on an experiment.
Good. Maybe he won't notice we're late.
I bet he's working on the big surprise, I'll betcha!
Oh, I LOVE surprises! Let's have a look!
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I watched this movie when I was about... five. Then I watched it over and over again for the next few years. Eventually, my mother stopped me from borrowing it from the library so I'd hope it'd broadcast on TV and I remember watching my morning cartoons, waiting for it to come on but it never did. Eventually I forgot the name, but since it was my absolute favorite movie growing up, I searched it up with random keywords I hoped were in the title.
I really don't know why this movie has a rating of like, 5. If watched when a kid, it sets you up for an adventure and keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering if the animals will ever rescue their friend or not =P. It's a fantasy, and what kid doesn't like that? It pulls you in with a strong message and lovely story, and so I strongly recommend anyone to show this to their seven year old because It's definitely worth it.
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