New from ATO: Family Favourites

New from ATO: Family Favourites


Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures is told from the perspective of 5-year old Betsy, who is starting school. She worries that other kids won’t like her, is intimidated by the size of the school and the rowdy kids in the playground, and is anxious as she tries to figure out where she fits into this big new world away from home. Betsy soon discovers she’s not the only one worrying – many new classmates feel the same way. Including the finest voice talent, the cast features Nancy Cartwright, voice of Bart Simpson and Chucky from Rugrats

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My Pen Pal: An African Adventure

A children’s documentary about a 10-year-old California girl who travels to Tanzania to meet her pen pal. A heart-warming story of travel, adventure and cultural exchange told from the perspective of a young girl, Megan, set against the stunning East African landscape.

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Gentle Ben: Black Gold

In Gentle Ben: Black Gold, the classic adventure continues, as a young boy and his buddy, a great black bear, find their spectacular natural habitat threatened by forces they seem powerless to stop.

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Treasure Island

Orson Welles himself stars as Long John Silver in this seldom-seen 1972 adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of pirates and buried treasure! Join Jim Hawkins and his shipmates for an adventure of a lifetime in a swashbuckling spectacular that’s fun for all the family!

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The Circus

The Circus tells the story of Sara, a young girl who is enchanted by a circus that arrives in her small hometown. Enthralled with the idea of adventure, Sara forms a close bond with the circus’ main attraction, Africa the elephant.

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Watership Down

This beautifully crafted cartoon based on Richard Adams’s bestseller about a colony of rabbits seeking somewhere safe to live, is an inspirational, serious-minded saga about survival, human insensitivity and courage. Zero Mostel’s bird voice and Art Garfunkel singing Mike Batt’s ‘Bright Eyes’ are highlights. Also featuring the voice of John Hurt.

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The Water Babies

A star-studded, who’s who of British cinema features in this delightful tale of a young street urchin, Tom who unwittingly helps petty crooks rob a rich country house. As Tom escapes the police by jumping into a lake, he is transported to an underwater cartoon-world where he has to help others find safety in order to redeem himself and return home.

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