Charlotte's Web

Charlotte's Web
Charlotte's Web

Year

2006

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

As soon as it was published in 1952, the novel Charlotte's Web by EB White became an instant children's classic. The movie captures the magic of this wonderful story of friendship. Wilbur the pig is best friends with a little spider named Charlotte and so, when he begins to worry that he will soon end up as dinner for the family who own him, he turns to the clever Charlotte for help. As the two devise a plan to save him, what emerges is a beautiful movie for film fans of all ages.

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Contains very mild language.

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