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This is a classic British war movie with something of a difference - the characters are pigeons. Valiant wants to do his bit during World War II, but he's worried he's too small. Still, he manages to make his way to London to sign up, and is soon conveying vital messages - but can he stay clear of the dangerous German falcons? Top animated fun.
A 2006 animated version of Hans Christian Andersen's story that comes from the author's home country of Denmark.
5–11 years 90 mins
It's rodents to the rescue in this cute cartoon in which a powerful businessman is looking to take over the world and only guinea pigs can stop him!
5–14 years 84 mins
Big budget World War Two thriller about a team sent to spring an American general from a Nazi fortress.
11–16 years 149 mins
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We explore how film can be used to teach young people about the far-reaching impact and effect that war and conflict can have, on both soldiers and civilians.
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