The House of Magic

The House of Magic
The House of Magic

Year

2013

Duration

81 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Thunder is an abandoned ginger kitten who discovers a whole world of seemingly living inventions when he stumbles into a strange old house during a storm. It’s the home of a kind elderly magician who immediately welcomes Thunder – sparking the jealousy of grouchy assistant Jack Rabbit and his mouse sidekick Maggie, who are intent on kicking their new feline companion out. When the magician ends up in hospital, his greedy nephew schemes to put the valuable mansion on the market and it’s left to Thunder to foil his plans and defend the home from potential buyers, in this sweet and comical family adventure animation.

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Contains scary scenes, mild threat and very mild bad language

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