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[coming down to pick up Petrie - Petrie does not recognise him]
Did I startle you Petrie?
Yes - no! Er, how'd you know my name?
Petrie, I'm heartbroken. Didn't you recognise your dear old uncle?
[gasping with excitment]
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Littlefoot observes a "stone of cold fire" fall into the Mysterious Beyond but everyone thinks he imagines it, apart from Petrie's uncle, Pterano.
This film has a serious message about how we should take responsibility for our actions. It also explains that goodness can be found even in a person who seems bad.
Pterano and his henchmen are entertaining new villains, especially Pterano. He basks in his assumed greatness and demonstrates a range of emotions. He is excellently voiced by Michael York. Two other new characters are a pair of "rainbow faces" who encourage Littlefoot in his quest for knowledge. They are mysterious right up to the surprise ending which I won't give away.
The youngsters are as cute as ever, especially Ducky and Petrie, who are given more to do than normal. The best song is sung by Pterano. The animation isn't top notch but that is only to be expected from a straight to video release. It can be enjoyed by adults. (I'm 23)
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