Nativity! 3: Dude, Where's my Donkey?

Nativity! 3: Dude, Where's my Donkey?
Nativity! 3: Dude, Where's my Donkey?




110 minutes


Comedy, Family



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In the third outing of the much-loved British Christmas comedy series, the now infamous St Bernadette’s school welcomes a new Headmistress and new teacher, Mr. Shepherd. Despite being a lot stricter than the jolly Mr. Poppy, chaos ultimately breaks out when Mr. Shepherd loses his memory as well as the nativity donkey. Determined to help their teacher remember that he is spending Christmas with his fiancé in New York, the pupils set out to win a Flashmob competition where the prize is a trip to the city. This fun and very silly film will most definitely get you in the festive spirit.


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