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Christian De Vita
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The sign on the magician's piano reads "Steinway & daughters", a reference or a tribute to Steinway & sons - the leading piano manufacturer. See more »
When we first see the orange tree music box there are no oranges on the floor around it, but after the zoom in and out there are seven oranges scattered on the floor, none of which dropped off the tree. See more »
Not appropriately rated (more PG than G), but a better B movie
This movie is surprisingly good for its B movie animation, but the movie itself is geared for younger kids with no sensitives or older kids who like youngish movies. My best guess for age range is 6-10. For kids who are sensitive to being abandoned, rejected, betrayed and unwanted, or who are sensitive to animated violence and halloween-type moments this would not be a good movie. Also, since when is DAMN an appropriate G-rated movie word? Its repeated many times throughout the movie. I thought I was hearing it wrong, but no. That said, if your child is interested in magic, friendship, courage and adventure and is not sensitive to any of the above then this is a likely winner. Overall interesting story with plenty of urgent problems to be solved.
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