Animal Adventures 10-Movie Collection

Animal Adventures 10-Movie Collection

Adorable, and heroic, this collection features some of the most exciting adventures with animal friends. Includes Hotel for Dogs, Paulie, Rango, Barnyard, Mouse Hunt, Black Beauty, Rhubarb, Zeus and Roxanne, The Red Pony, and Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood!
Adorable, and heroic, this collection features some of the most exciting adventures with animal friends. Includes Hotel for Dogs, Paulie, Rango, Barnyard, Mouse Hunt, Black Beauty, Rhubarb, Zeus and Roxanne, The Red Pony, and Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood!

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  • Hotel for Dogs

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    When 16-year old Andi and her younger brother Bruce find themselves in a foster home with a strict “no pets” policy, Andi has to use her quick wit to help find a new home for their dog, Friday. The kids stumble on an abandoned hotel and begin transforming it into perfect home for Friday – as well as all the strays in the city.
  • Paulie

    From $9.99
    When you're the world's funniest, fast-talking parrot, you can find yourself in a world of trouble - real fast - as Paulie learns in this hilarious adventure classic the whole family will treasure. When a little bird with a big personality sets out to find the loving girl who raised him, he discovers his way with words has a way of landing him in big trouble. But as fast as he can talk himself into a fix, he finds his gift of gab, a heart full of hope, and an odd menagerie of human friends can help him realize his most important dream - to be home at last!
  • Rango

    From $6.99
    Get ready to tango with RANGO, a winner with critics and audiences that's "like nothing you've ever seen before" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone). Johnny Depp is spectacular as Rango, a kooky pet chameleon who gets tossed into a wild and raucous town in desperate need of a hero. Refreshingly original with eye-popping animation, RANGO is "loads of fun and genuinely funny" (Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times).
  • Barnyard

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    When the farmer's away, all the animals play ... and sing, and dance. Eventually, though, someone has to step in and run things, a responsibility that ends up going to Otis, a carefree cow.
  • Mouse Hunt

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    Gore Verbinski, the TV-commercials director responsible for the Budweiser frogs, directed this Adam Rifkin screenplay about two brothers (Nathan Lane and Lee Evans) who inherit a string factory and a decaying country home after the death of their father (the late William Hickey, in his last role). After moving in, they learn that the house has historical architectural importance and is valued in the millions. However, they are constantly tormented by a mouse within the walls. They engage in cartoon-like combat against the rodent, but it manages to outwit the brothers in successive situations. Both live and animatronic mice portray the title role, and some scenes assume the mouse's point of view. The film is dedicated to William Hickey.
  • Black Beauty

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    Based on Anna Sewell's classic children's novel about a beautiful Ebony horse and the succession of masters who owned him.
  • Rhubarb

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    A charming and fast-paced screwball comedy starring screen legend Ray Milland and enchanting beauty Jan Sterling. Trouble follows when an eccentric millionaire bequeaths his fortune - and his baseball team - to his pet cat! Now the team’s publicist (Milland) must convince the players that Rhubarb is the key to their success, at the same time evading gangsters and avoiding the wrath of his lovely - and allergic- fiance! Rhubarb is a hilarious comedy classic in the style of Bringing Up Baby and His Girl Friday.
  • Zeus and Roxanne

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    Zeus is a dog who follows a neighbor, a marine biologist named Mary Beth (Kathleen Quinlan), to work one day. Aboard a ship, the dog meets Roxanne, a dolphin that Mary Beth is studying. When she sees the dog riding on the dolphin's back, she decides to study their friendship. A villainous fellow researcher, Claude (Arnold Vosloo), tries to steal her research, but he is thwarted by the dolphin, the dog, and the dog's young owner, Jordan (Miko Hughes). Terry (Steve Guttenberg), Jordan's father, is a songwriter who still pines for his dead wife. Jordan, together with Mary Beth's daughters, try to ignite a romance between their parents, who are both unattached.
  • The Red Pony

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    Turning to ranch hand Billy Buck for love and support, young Tom Tiflin inadvertently drives his family further apart. When his father gives him a red pony to care for, Tom again turns to Billy for help. Scripted by John Steinbeck, based on his novel "The Red Pony." Aaron Copland composed the film score.
  • Won Ton Ton: The Dog who Saved Hollywood

    From $6.99
    Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood is a delightful romp that will delight anyone who's ever been enchanted by the movies. Won Ton Ton is an amazing mutt who gets discovered by a studio bus driver, Grayson Potchuck (Bruce Dern). He soon touches the lives and changes the fortunes of all who cross his path, including Art Carney, Teri Garr and a never funnier Madeline Kahn. There's also a veritable who's who of Golden Age Hollywood talent on display here, and you'll see some of your favorite stars of all time singing and dancing and getting big laughs. See how many you can spot! Won Ton Ton is the dog who saved Hollywood, and he's sure to be the dog that steals your heart!