Harvie and the Magic Museum

Harvie and the Magic Museum
Harvie and the Magic Museum




87 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family



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This animated adventure features Harvie, a lively young boy passionate about computer games, and his father Mr. Spejbl, director of the city’s puppet museum which is about to be torn down. An unexpected turn of events finds Harvie, his dog Jerry, and his school friend Monica swallowed into the museum’s forgotten magical caverns, an incredible world where Harvie can play with living puppets. But danger is looming when the monstrous old Puppet Master, Bastor, is accidentally unleashed. The young hero must develop his gaming skills beyond the virtual world and find enough strength and courage if he is to save not only his father and the Magic Museum, but the entire city and its people from the Puppet Master’s evil plans.

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very mild threat, slapstick, language, rude humour

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