Chicken Little

Chicken Little
Chicken Little

Year

2005

Duration

77 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Young Chicken Little scares everyone in town by running around claiming that the sky must be falling - because he's just been hit on the head by a piece of it! When it turns out that what hit him was actually a traffic sign, Chicken becomes a laughing stock, and is left as something of an outcast at school. But a year later, when another "piece of sky" falls on him, it turns out to have been caused by an alien spaceship, whose occupants are planning to invade earth - and as no-one would believe them if he told them about it, Chicken and his handful of misfit pals are the only ones who can save the planet!

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