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The Seventh Brother

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Family, Animation
Release Date:January 1, 1991
Running time:76 minutes
Cast:Aaron Bybee, Joey Lopez, Christina Schaub, Logan Hall, Laura Schulthles
Director:Jeno Koltai
Producer:Borbala Mezei, Don A. Judd

Description: Tiny the puppy is lost after being separated from Angie and her grandfather. Tiny must be faithful, courageous and friendly to find his way home. After spending a long night alone in the forest, Tiny is rescued and adopted by a family of rabbits. Unable to find Angie, Tiny decides to be the best brother he can be to the rabbit family. When danger threatens he proves to be a hero, but as winter approaches the rabbits realize Tiny is growing weaker and will not survive without the kind of food dogs need. Tiny's forest friends help him find his family.

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