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Anne: Journey to Green Gables is an imaginative, animated prequel to the Live action Anne of Green Gables films. In this brand new story, Anne has yet to go to Green Gables and dreams of having a family of her own. But as fate would have it, she is thrown into the clutches of Madame Poubelle, the faded aristocratic director of Grout Orphanage. It takes all of Anne's scope for the imagination for her to endure until she gets to Green Gables. Written by
Another on my list of animated flicks is this, well it was really good but I can't think of another word to describe it. It was like, Grade 4, I'm in Grade 8 now, when I first heard of this, then 4 years later, it was broadcast on cable TV and I was fortunate to think of taping it, which I did, although my little sister didn't like it, I thought it was like an awesome movie, particularly Madame Poubelle's boiler-operated flying machine and the awesome henchmen's disguise. I think it should be passed on to other Green Gables fans, like me. Who cares if it was never released in cinemas in my country, it was such a good movie. I can honestly tell you now, that I almost cried when Madame Poubelle threw Anne's books into the fire but at least the squirrel, Bailey I think it was, eventually cheered me up. So what if it isn't loyal to the books, as far as I'm aware it had the "fat and ugly" and "Gilbert Blythe, how dare you!" parts that was in the original book. I especially liked Cedric Smith's, Mike Beaver's (credited as Michael Beaver) and Wayne Robson's performances in the movie and the climax of the movie with the boiler-flying machine.
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