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Based on the book by Dr Seuss - the creator of The Cat in the Hat and The Grinch - this cheery animated tale tells the story of Horton the elephant. He's going about his business when he hears a cry for help, which seems to be coming from a tiny bit of dirt - but is actually the microscopic home of the citizens of Whoville. Despite the disbelief of others, Horton decides he must help the Whos even though he can't see them - after all, as he says: "A person is a person, no matter how small."
Fantastic, humorous collection of 13 shorts from Pixar, the US animation studio which revolutionised computer animation techniques.
All ages 52 mins
Animated version of the much-loved festive Dr Seuss tale about the green-coloured, Christmas-hating Grinch.
5–11 years 26 mins
1941 Disney classic about an elephant with unusually large ears.
5–11 years 64 mins
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