Curious George

Curious George
Curious George

Year

2006

Duration

83 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

With the decision to stick to 2D technology, this modern family film is rooted in good old-fashioned animation traditions. Cheeky chimpanzee George escapes from his dull existence in the African jungle when explorer Ted comes hunting for an ancient statue to rescue the fortunes of his beloved museum in New York. George hitches a ride back with Ted and, despite the mischievous monkey causing chaos in the city, the duo form an unlikely but heartwarming friendship.

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Contains no material likely to offend or harm.

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