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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationMGM/UA Home Videoen
dc.description.abstractHeartwarming, enchanting, and beautifully crafted, this magical cartoon fantasy marks a new era for animation! Gorgeous to look at! raves TIME. It ll delight kids everywhere. (Newsweek). An extravaganza of dazzling animation, The Secret of Nimh is based on Robert O Brien s award-winning tale of a timid mouse who becomes a heroine in spite of herself. Trying to save her house from Farmer Fitzgibbon s plow, Mrs. Brisby, the mother mouse, gets help from a wonderfully klutzy crow, a wise owl, and some highly intelligent rats. You ll marvel at the impressive abode of the Great Owl, and the Oz-like kingdom of the mysterious rats. And you ll be mesmerized by Nicodemus, the dignified leader of the rats, and the climactic showdown between two swashbuckling ratversaries! The fun, drama and suspense are brought to life by the voices of Dom DeLuise, John Carradine, Derek Jacobi, Hermione Baddeley and Elizabeth Hartman. Oscar-winner Jerry Goldsmith s (The Omen) music beautifully underscores every mood. [description taken from cassette box]en
dc.subject.classificationAnimal Experimentationen
dc.titleThe Secret of Nimh (1982)en
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