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Animation, Musicals, Short Films
The Three Caballeros is Disney, but not as you know it. This unusual animation sees Donald Duck go on adventures through Latin America after receiving birthday gifts from friends there. The first is a movie projector with a film about South American birds, the second a book on Brazil which takes him to the Bahia beaches, and the third a piñata leading to a magic shawl-ride across Mexico. Combining animation with live-action featuring Latino singing and dancing stars of the era, it’s a fun film with a serious aim: the US government wanted to familiarise its citizens with South America in the hope it would find allies there.
In remote Patagonia, a struggling mechanic starts to think big after his adopted dog wins first prize in a local dog show.
14+ years 97 mins
A 2006 animated version of Hans Christian Andersen's story that comes from the author's home country of Denmark.
5–11 years 90 mins
Charmingly animated, big-hearted Disney adventure about a young fox and a puppy who become close friends one summer.
5–11 years 80 mins
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