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Oddball and the Penguins

Oddball and the Penguins
Oddball and the Penguins

Year

2015

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Based on a true story, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

When farmer Swampy Marsh’s wayward dog Oddball causes havoc in the town of Warrnambool yet again, he receives a final warning: Oddball must be kept under control, or else. Meanwhile, Swampy’s daughter Emily is anxious because the penguin sanctuary that she works so hard to protect is under threat. The tiny Little Penguins that have made their home there are declining rapidly in numbers due to fox attacks, and it looks like soon there will be none left. Can Swampy and his granddaughter Libby find a way to help Emily and her penguins, and keep Oddball out of trouble at the same time?

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U Classification

Infrequent very mild bad language, threat, slapstick violence.

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