Little Norse Prince

Little Norse Prince
Little Norse Prince

Year

1968

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

This Japanese animated fantasy adventure is set in Europe in the Iron Age. Hols is a brave young boy whose father tells him on his death bed that he must return to the village he left years before - which had been ravaged by an evil demon called Grunwald. Hols sets off with his bear Coro, but is attacked by Grunwald. He survives, and the people of the village take him in - but he will have to face many further trials and tribulations in his mission to defeat the evil one.

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Thsi film contains mild violence and peril.

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