The Secret Of Nimh 2 - Timmy to the Rescue

The Secret Of Nimh 2 - Timmy to the Rescue
The Secret Of Nimh 2 - Timmy to the Rescue

Year

1998

Duration

65 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Musicals

Language

English

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Sequel to the 1982 animated film The Secret of NIMH. This endearing coming-of-age tale follows the story of little Timmy Brisby from the first film, now all grown up and keen to prove himself a hero like his father. Once again, several mice are being held captive in the evil laboratory of NIMH and Timmy sets out to rescue them. He makes many mistakes along the way, until he learns what true heroism is.

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