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Super Seal (1976)

7 year old, Mary Anne, finds a baby seal who is abandoned so she decides to take action into looking after him. She takes him to her grandfather, Cap'n Zach, who runs sea world, to help ... See full summary »

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Michael Dugan
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Cast

Cast overview:
Sarah Brown Sarah Brown ... Mary Ann
Foster Brooks ... Harold
Sterling Holloway ... Cap'n Zach
Bob Sheperd Bob Sheperd ... Trainer
Nada Rowand Nada Rowand ... Mother
Larry Edsley Larry Edsley ... Motorcycle Cop
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7 year old, Mary Anne, finds a baby seal who is abandoned so she decides to take action into looking after him. She takes him to her grandfather, Cap'n Zach, who runs sea world, to help look after him. Their seal, whom they call Captain Nemo, gets into all kinds of trouble and goes on incredible journeys. A musical, family comedy.

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Faster than a speeding tuna!

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Comedy | Family

Certificate:

G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

April 1976 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Foster Brooks helps carry silly family film
11 October 2004 | by mcmikecroaro-1See all my reviews

A silly but enjoyable family film about a young girl who finds a stranded seal and brings it to her grandfather. As an employee of Sea World she figures he will know what do. They end up bringing the seal home as a pet and the mishaps begin. The seal becomes lost and ends up being arrested by the police and thrown in jail alongside Foster Brooks. Brooks portrays his famous drunk man image and the scenes with him and the seal are the pinnacle of this film. Many of the films scenes are slapstick in style. Let us not forget the camp! Throughout the film the characters break out in song and dance ala Frankie & Annette!. This film was shown on television in the 80's but it is unlikely to shown nowadays as it has a very dated appearance. It was offered on VHS video in the 80's but is now out-of-print.


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