The Incredible Journey

The Incredible Journey
The Incredible Journey

Film Details

Year

1963

Duration

77 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

At home, life is simple for Luath the Golden Retriever, Bodger the Bull Terrier and Tao the Siamese cat. But that changes when the trio are sent to a farm as the rest of their (human) family travel overseas. Guided by instinct, the animals don't understand their stay is only until their owners return, and so escape and attempt to get back home - encountering all manner of problems along the way, but also coming to realise that three heads can be a lot better than one. An enchanting tale that presents animals as both independent and loving.

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