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Less well-known than other acknowledged Disney classics, this mix of live action and animation has enormous charm. Pete is an orphan with just one advantage in life: his best friend is a magical dragon. Together, they run away from Pete's evil guardian and end up in a seaside town where a kindly lighthouse keeper and his daughter take them in. Life seems to be taking a turn for the better, but then an unscrupulous travelling salesman learns of Pete's dragon, and sees a way to make some money...
A likeable family movie set in the early 1940s, when World War II is raging and in a remote corner of Scotland, young Angus finds a mysterious egg...
7–16 years 107 mins
Fantasy in which a girl sets out on an adventure to save her baby brother from the Goblin King who has taken him away to a castle in a magical maze.
7+ years 97 mins
Family friendly classic mixing knockabout comedy, action and animation for three young evacuees and a kindly witch in the midst of World War Two.
5–11 years 112 mins
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