The Adventures Of Elmo In Grouchland

The Adventures Of Elmo In Grouchland
The Adventures Of Elmo In Grouchland

Year

1999

Duration

70 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Elmo, one of the sweetest of the Sesame Street Muppets, chases his flyaway security blanket into Oscar the Grouch's trashcan and finds himself falling into a strange world dominated by rubbish. That's distressing for Elmo, but good for us - because this is a film that understands that wallowing in dirt can be fun. One of the smaller adventures for The Muppets on the big screen, but every bit as charming as the others and perfect for younger audiences.

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