The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina

The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina
The Adventures Of Tom Thumb And Thumbelina

Year

2002

Duration

71 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

Once upon a time, Tom Thumb and Thumbelina belonged in quite different stories. However, in this animated film the two tiny characters come from the same village. Tom meets Thumbelina after she's escaped from the cruel circus where she is being forced to perform. In fact, it turns out that little Thumbelina manages to look after herself pretty well despite the many scary situations she finds herself in. Lots of songs add to the sweet cheerfulness of this fairytale mashup.

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