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Here Come The Littles

Here Come The Littles (1985) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • Feature Length Animated Film
  • Distributed by: Atlanic Releasing
  • Cartoon Characters: William Little, Lucy Little, Dinky Little, Helen Little, Henry Bigg, Mrs. Evans, Grandpa Little, Uncle Augustus.
  • Originally Released in 1985.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 77 minutes.
  • Luxembourg  Luxembourg

Cartoon Summary:

The Littles, tiny people who live inside the walls, help youngster Henry Bigg when he is left in the cruel care of his wicked Uncle Augustus. Henry's parents are lost in Africa and he must go live with his greedy and heartless Uncle Augustus. In the crevices of the house live the "Littles"- kind, elf-like creatures. August enslaves Henry and wants to tear down his house and build a shopping center. Grandpa Little cares for Tom and Lucy, the Littles' children. Tom befriends a vicious cat by removing a splinter from his paw. After a series of adventures, the Littles and Henry get evidence of Augustus' plot to steal Henry's home. Augustus is arrested, the house is saved, and all ends well.

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