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EAN-130009600999509   EAN-13 barcode 0009600999509
UPC-A009600999509   UPC-A barcode 009600999509
Product Name10-Movie Kids Pack V.2
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
SKUDSHI74349
Price New3.97 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used4.41 US Dollars    (curriencies)
CastEric Stoltz, Jonathan Lipnicki
Long DescriptionThis ten-film collector's set is perfect for the entire family! With stories of adventure and heartwarming friendship, these ten movies are a must-have for any collection.

EZ Money : A young girl scores $3 million when she intercepts an email scam.

Lil' Treasure Hunters : A young girl devises a clever plot so she doesn't have to move away from her friends.

When Zachary Beaver Came to Town: Zachary, a sideshow act touted as "the world s fattest boy," develops a friendship with two local youngsters.

Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter: When Cody gets lost while exploring in the woods, he finds a friend in the legendary creature, Bigfoot.

Little Bigfoot 2: The Journey Home: When a dad takes his family on a camping adventure, a young Bigfoot wanders into their campsite.

Baker's Hawk: When a young boy nurses an injured hawk back to health, he gains newfound courage and confidence.

Pony Express Rider: A young man joins the Pony Express mail service to track his father's killer.

Undercover Angel: A struggling writer unexpectedly becomes the babysitter of a loveable six-year-old named Jenny.

Hollywood Safari: An animal-training family loses their lion, who is then blamed for the actions of a wild look-alike.

Secret of the Andes: A young girl who is always in trouble travels to Argentina to be with her archeologist father.
Created07-22-2013 2:34:43am
Modified02-12-2019 3:56:10pm
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SHA25678bb4049b10a84ccf3229c773e614f6b5cda05714ce9d0065e275f9d5def5470
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