Happy Feet

Happy Feet
Happy Feet

Year

2006

Duration

109 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

You might think that life for a cute tap-dancing penguin would be fantastic. But unfortunately for tone-deaf Mumble, Emperor Penguins like him are supposed to find a mate by singing - not dancing. Cast out on his own and labelled a misfit, Mumble is forced on an epic journey of self-discovery, meeting like-minded friends and taking in exciting chases and adventures along the way. Full of fantastic musical numbers and quirky characters, this big-hearted animation will leave you tapping your feet too.

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Contains scary moments.

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