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Box Set: 3 Kids Classics - £4.99

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1d, 4m agoFound 1 decade, 4 months ago
Movie box set containing 3 movies on 2 DVD discs.

Help I'm A Fish!
This delightfully animated feature film tells the story of three children Fly, Stella and Chuck who go on a fishing trip but get caught up in a thrilling underwater adventure. Stumbling upon Professor MacKrills mysterious laboratory little Stella accidentally drinks a potion that turns her into a starfish! Fly and Chuck realise that the only way to save her is to turn themselves into fish and search for her in the ocean. However there is a problem - they only have 48 hours to find Stella and get the antidote or they will remain fish forever. Follow Fly, Chuck and Stella's enchanting undersea adventures in this beautifully animated feature that is packed with lots of fun, delightful songs and amazing adventures.

Gulliver's Travels: Based on Jonathan Swift's literary classic, this was one of the first feature films to combine live action with animation.

Titanic (animated): Southampton - April 1912: The Titanic is ready to sail. Early that morning the first passengers begin to board and stare in amazement at the huge ship. Excite children create mischief while the First, Second and Third class passengers line up at their respective gangplanks. But out of sight of human eyes, all the animals that populate the Titanic will tell their own story. Geoffrey the cat, a family of mice, the ducks and squirrels and the two Dalmations belonging to the famous singer Molly Harte. Together they embark on the real adventures on board the Titanic.

NOTE: Gulliver's Travels and Titanic are in the same DVD amaray case.
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Thank you for the DVD posts centurion! This would make a nice-stocking filler for the young'uns methinks!

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