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La Guerre des Tuques

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Family
Release Date:January 1, 1984
Running time:92 minutes
Cast:Cédric Jourde, Marie-Pierre D'Amour, Julien Elie, Minh Vu Duc, Maryse Cartwright
Director:André Melancon
Writer:Roger Cantin, Dahyèle Patenaude

Description: The Canadian Dog Who Stopped the War is a children's film. More specifically, it is a children's Christmas film, and as such proved popular on the American cable-TV market. Even more specifically, it is an allegory, though not a heavy-handed one. Engaging in an after-school snowball fight, a group of kids learn a valuable lesson about the horrors of war-and, as indicated by the title, a little dog shall lead them. Cedric Jourde and Julien Elie head the cast.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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