Two English kids meet their friend Anoop Singh and his baby elephant Ranee. The nasty circus owner wants the elephant for his circus and the children decide that they must prevent this.
A timeless story of a boy's adventures growing up in a small Southern town, Yazoo City in the early 1950s, roaming with his friends, playing practical jokes, and getting into trouble.
Some unusually intense meteorological event causes a family to suddenly swap roles. That means that the children are in charge and the adults must obey. Coincidentally, mother’s new admirer, Mr. Droehmbüdel, proposes marriage but when he enters their apartment, he is very surprised by the strange family relationships. With determination her son (Tom) tries to chase him away against constant pleas from his mother and grandmother. But Mr. Droehmbüdel does not give up and is constantly inventing new ways to gain access to his future home.
A very persistent Sam-I-Am repeatedly asks his unnamed friend, in a multiplicity of ways, whether his friend would like ham accompanied by, of all things, green eggs.
A recently divorced narcissist is confronted about his extramarital affair by his estranged 13-year-old son.
Poetic view on the play- and fantasy worlds of little Kati.
Second part of the trilogy. Vasek is expected to go to Bulgaria for a holiday with his parents during the summer vacation, but the boy finds the prospect of spending the summer with his gamekeeper grandfather far more tempting than the seaside. On the last day of school Vasek picks up his final report, but after that he takes his already packed bag and sets off for the Bohemian Forest without telling his parents. The grandfather is happy to have his grandson at his side again. In the evening, he gets a phone call from Vasek's mother. The trip to Bulgaria has been postponed and Vasek can stay with his grandfather for the time being.
In a city of the East, the throne of the young king Amad is usurped by the evil Vizir Jafar. The king is imprisoned, and in prison he meets the famous thieves of the kingdom: Abdul, Abel, Abol and Abil. With the help of these thieves, the king flees and, during the escape, knows the princess Alina, by which he falls passionately in love. The Vizir possesses magical powers, faced by the heroes with the help of the genie of a lamp found by Abdul. With the help of the genius, the four friends are transported to the twentieth century, where they cause much confusion and end up being arrested.
A story about young dreamer, summer at countryside and a first love.
"The Three Musketeers" is 1973 animated TV movie from Hanna Barbera that is a remake of their own 1968 cartoon of the same name. In this film, the queen consort of France is falsely accused by Cardinal Richelieu of being involved in a plot to overthrow her husband, the king of France. The king's musketeers, Athos, Porthos, Aramis and a new recruit named D'Artagnan, attempt to solve the situation.
The vagrant student Martin volunteers for a quest to cure princess Adriana, who is kept ill by a queer sort of disease. He does in no way anticipate that the princess is under the spell of the powerful magician Andlobrandini, who is preparing a rejuvenating elixir prepared with the blood of nine human children's hearts.
A story about two group of neighborhood boys, their rivalry and adventures.
In the beginning of WWII a group of five brave children are fighting the Nazis in Belarus.
Eradu Rekhegalu is a 1984 Indian Kannada language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film stars Srinath, Geetha and Saritha in the lead roles. Produced by Chandulal Jain, the film is a remake of 1969 Tamil hit Iru Kodugal starring Gemini Ganesan, Sowcar Janaki and Jayanthi. The music is composed by M. S. Viswanathan. The story revolves around a man who circumstantially gets to marry two women and undergoes emotional roller-coaster. The film was made in Telugu as Collector Janaki and in Hindi as Sanjog.
The film centers around Ultraman Taro growing up, and wanting to join the Ultra Brothers in battle. His family, however, thinks he is too young. Taro eventually proves himself after saving the 5 Ultra Brothers from the evil Grand King, created by Juda.
For many years the great Emir of Bukhara has not known happiness - he has lost the taste to delightful khalva, and now life is as sour as a lemon for him. The house of poor pot-maker Shir-Mamed, however, is full of happiness - his little son Hodzha Nasreddin has been born. Rumours have spread about his unusual abilities - maybe he will be able to make the Emir happy again?