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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family
Life in the valley is perfect for plucky caveman Dug and his misfit tribe. But disaster strikes when they are forced from their home by the mighty Bronze Age city led by all-powerful villain, Lord Nooth. Dug refuses to accept defeat and when he finds himself in the heart of enemy territory he bets his home and his tribe’s future on a game of football, a sport only recently invented by mankind. Unfortunately for Dug and his tribe, none of them have seen or played the game before! With the odds stacked against them, they recruit Goona to teach them how to play, and things start to turn around. As Lord Nooth tries to undermine them with a secret about their past, Dug and his tribe find themselves pushing the boundaries of what is possible and learn to believe in themselves.
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