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Georg Stanford Brown
A very heart-warming story and I would love to see it again. I saw this movie about 20 years ago and its one of the few I never forgot.(having only seen it once).
It tells the story of two children who become best of friends and get up to all kinds of mischief, some we can probably relate to ourselves. My memories of the adult actors are vague but I always remember the two youngsters who had me engrossed as an 8 year old.
It teaches us about the true value of friendship and this is highlighted especially in a certain moment in the movie.
A great movie for kids and adults alike.
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