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Clifford's Fun with Letters (1988)

Video  |   |  Animation, Short, Comedy
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Brent Titcomb ...
Clifford (voice)
Alyson Court ...
Emily Elizabeth (voice)
Bobby Becken ...
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Lorraine Behnan ...
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Mairon Bennett ...
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Benedict Campbell ...
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Alan Fawcett ...
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Tara Meyer ...
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Billie Mae Richards ...
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Very enjoyable and entertaining.
9 November 1998 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Though made for a very young audience (6-10yrs), this film is both enjoyable and entertaining. The film builds on a very successful book, and subsequent, television series and elaborates on the plot and characters very nicely. Overall, the film is great for its intended audience, and fun for their parents too.


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