Justin y la Espada del Valor

Justin y la Espada del Valor
Justin y la Espada del Valor




96 minutes




Spanish (English subtitles)

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Please note: this is the Spanish language version of the film. The English language version is also available to order on the catalogue. Justin would love to be a dashing knight. The problem is, he lives in a kingdom where knights are outlawed and civil servants rule. Yes, it's as dull as it sounds. Luckily, Justin's sympathetic Grandma is on hand to inspire him to embark on a quest to find his Grandfather's sword and revive the ancient order of the Knights of Valour. But first he has to get some serious training in with his three decidedly different mentors. The superb voice cast has great fun with this feel-good animated tale about an unlikely hero.


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Contains mild violence.

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