Postman Pat: The Movie

Postman Pat: The Movie
Postman Pat: The Movie

Year

2014

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

This is the first big screen adventure for Britain’s favourite postman and his black-and-white cat. Living a peaceful life with Jess and his family in Greendale, Pat auditions for a national singing contest to try and win enough money to take them on a dream holiday to Italy. Meanwhile, Pat’s employers are hatching nasty plans to replace him with an army of slightly scary mechanised robot clones in order to save money. Combining catchy musical numbers with themes of community spirit, loyalty and staying true to yourself, fans of the original as well as newcomers will find much to enjoy in this comic animation.

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Contains mild comic threat

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