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The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue (1998)

Timothy Brisby, now Timmy, leaves his family to train with the rats of NIMH in Thorn Valley. He meets Jenny, a mouse about the same age as he, who reveals her family are part of "The Lost ... See full summary »

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Timothy Brisby, now Timmy, leaves his family to train with the rats of NIMH in Thorn Valley. He meets Jenny, a mouse about the same age as he, who reveals her family are part of "The Lost Six" who did not escape NIMH. Timmy suspects his missing brother is also being held at NIMH and embarks on a rescue mission with Jenny while encountering old and new friends along the way.

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22 December 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Joia Encantada: O Segredo de Timmy  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Arthur Malet and Dom DeLuise were the only actors from the original movie to have reprised their original roles. See more »

Goofs

When Timmy is older, and singing I will show the world, a scene transitions using flowers, some of the flowers aren't colored, while others are. See more »

Quotes

Jenny McBride: Stay away from me!
17 Year Old Tim: Jenny! Go help Justin and the lost six, I'm going after Jenny. Jenny I'm coming!
[Timmy runs in the hall while Cecil goes to help the others]
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Soundtracks

All I Had Is Gone
Music by Lee Holdridge
Lyrics by Richard Sparks
Performed by Ralph Macchio and Hynden Walch (as Hynden Walsh)
Produced by Lee Holdridge and Richard S. Kaufman (as Richard Kaufman)
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A Vision of Hell
11 April 1999 | by See all my reviews

I defy anyone to enjoy this "film." Does Don Bluth even know what the satanists at MGM and Wang (both doing their worst work yet) have done with his characters? It's a Non Bluth. Let's face it, it's evil, and I hope someone loses a lot of money on it ... though I doubt it. Please avoid this unconnectable dreck and watch the real "Secret of NIMH." The difference is as vast as the first and fourth "Batman"s.


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