Room On The Broom

Room On The Broom
Room On The Broom

Year

2012

Duration

26 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Short Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

A kind witch makes sure there's plenty of room on her broom for everyone in this wonderful animated adaptation of Julia Donaldson's much loved story. A little put out by the unusual gang of animals crowding his space, the witch's cat is not surprised when the top heavy broom breaks. Enter the fire-breathing dragon wanting witch and chips for his tea! The cat soon learns the real value of friendship as the gang bands together to save his witch pal.

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