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In Africa's Ivory Coast, a baby chimpanzee loses his parents when his community is attacked by a rival group. The orphan — named Oscar by his hidden human observers — finds himself helpless in the harsh jungle. He tries to look after himself but finds survival difficult. That is, until he is adopted by his own community's grouchy-looking leader, who turns out to have a kind heart. This documentary, which is built around a poignant but amusing story, continues the Disney studio's tradition of producing nature films.
The all-singing, all-dancing animated adaptation of the popular children's novel, packed with lovable characters and infectious songs.
5–14 years 78 mins
The strong bonds of brotherly love are the theme of Two Brothers, the story of twin tiger cubs, who are separated while out playing.
5–11 years 100 mins
Animation about cheeky chimpanzee George, who escapes his dull life in the African jungle to return with an explorer he befriends to New York.
5–11 years 83 mins
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