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Shipwrecked Adventures of Donkey Ollie (2007)

A young donkey goes to the rescue of his master Elizabeth and Jehu when they are captured by a roving band of Samaritans.

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Victor Perrotti ... Sinbad
Craig Quist ... Donkey Ollie
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A young donkey goes to the rescue of his master Elizabeth and Jehu when they are captured by a roving band of Samaritans.

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The most loved Children's character


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October 2007 (USA)  »

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$750,000 (estimated)
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Great Film for children
9 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

Kidnapping, lost at sea, sharks, bandits Shipwrecked has it all and presents it in an original entertaining way. I first saw this film with my 4 year old daughter who just loved it and wanted to watch it over and over again especially the part where the dolphin escaped the shark. I wasn't expecting much from the film especially compared to the big budgets that Sony, Disney Dreamworks spend on their children animation but I was pleasantly surprised. The director Doug Aberle know for his work with the California Raisins and Will Vinton has done a great job of capturing the Claymation look and moving the story right along so there is not a boring moment. Although this is an older film it is a must see for children.


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