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The Legend of Secret Pass (2010)

| Animation, Family, Fantasy
The legend of secret pass is a charming CGI animated movie inspired by American Indian mythology,

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Credited cast:
Zoe Axelrod ... Singer (voice)
... Ira (voice)
... Calabar (voice)
... Loo (voice)
... Shelby (voice)
... Granpa (voice)
... Qui Qui
... Nitika (voice)
Billy Jones ... Barth
Gael MacGregor ... Singer (voice)
... Manu (voice)
... Chuckster (voice)
... Parker (voice)
... Nica (voice)
Ramona Wright ... Singer (voice)
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The 'Legend of Secret Pass' takes place in the mountains of the South West and involves Thunderbirds of Indian mythology and an animal refuge of mystical proportions. An unlikely troop of animals and humans are caught up in a clash of ageless magic. In this moment of crisis, the barest chance to avoid cataclysm falls into the hands of an Indian boy, Manu. Written by Erik Stoops

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As the forces of Darkness and Light collide, a child holds the key...to the Secret Pass.


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$25,400,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Ignore the animation for 2010--still good for ages 10 and below.
6 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

First, this film is not available ANYWHERE. If someone knows where a complete version of this is available for sale or streaming, let me know.

My daughter saw this via a YouTube upload. The first 10 minutes were missing, but she still liked the concept of a place for orphan and lost animals to go and spirit guardians that are shape shifters.

This is not REAL native American mythology, but rather a child's interpretation of it.

I only wish I could find a compete version for my daughter who insists on see this even chopped up. I would note that she (at seven) is not unsophisticated in made up mythology films. She is a huge fan of all of Myazaki's films and went as "Princess Mononoke" for Halloween.


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