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The Adventures Of Milo And Otis

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1989
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75 min
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The Adventures Of Milo And Otis, On Demand Movie, Family DigitalMovies, Kids

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Plot: A curious kitten named Milo and his inseparable friend, a pug-nosed puppy named Otis, tumble through one exciting escapade after another in this heartwarming live-action film narrated by Dudley Moore and directed by Japanese author Masanori Hata. Milo and Otis start life together on a farm and spend their days exploring the barnyard and the surrounding countryside. One day the little feline is swept down a rushing river, and Otis takes off in pursuit to rescue his friend, thus beginning a series of amusing and sometimes scary adventures “peopled” by many other animals but not by one human being. One of the highest-grossing films ever in Japan, it was shot over a period of four years on the island of Hokkaido at the farm of Hata, a trained zoologist known to his millions of readers as Mutsugoro.
Rated G by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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