The Little Vampire

The Little Vampire
The Little Vampire

Year

2000

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Family, Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

After his family moves to California from Scotland, 9-year-old Tony is lonely and miserable. He's picked on at school and has no luck making new friends, until he meets a young vampire named Rudolph, whose family is under threat from a vampire hunter. Tony agrees to help, and so begin his adventures. Based on a German book series, this is a witty, charming fantasy that will entertain the whole family.

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Contains mild violence and scary moments

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