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Horrid Henry: The Movie

Horrid Henry: The Movie
Horrid Henry: The Movie

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92 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy, Family




The lovable, mischievous schoolboy character that has featured in 19 books and over 100 animated television episodes is now brought to life in this live-action adaptation. Henry is a devilish prankster, which is how he has earned the description Horrid Henry, in sharp contrast to his goody two-shoes brother Perfect Peter. Henry drives a constant war on the teachers and girls of Ashdown Primary, stealing biscuits, causing havoc, and mislaying his homework. But the headmaster of a rival school, Vic Van Winkle, now poses a whole new irritation altogether. With Winkle hatching a devious plot to have Ashdown closed, Henry must find his inner rock star to try and win a kids' television show competition for the sake of his school. 

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Contains mild rude humour and very mild comic threat

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