A Russian mouse lands in New York in the 1880s, only to be separated from his family. He must now learn to live on the streets and evade the mean cats. Full description
12 Years A Slave
Far and away
Dr. Seuss: In Search Of Dr. Seuss
The birth of a nation
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
The Searchers : the making of an American legend
The Great Mouse Detective
The Rescuers/ The Rescuers Down Under
Once Upon A Forest
Born in East L.A.
Monsters Vs Aliens
Babette's feast = Babettes gæstebud
The great mouse detective
The colors of courage : Gettysburg's hidden history : immigrants, women, and African-Americans in the Civil War's defining battle
Angelina Ballerina: Dreams Do Come True - The Movie
Ernest & Celestine
You wouldn't want to sail on an Irish famine ship! : a trip across the Atlantic you'd rather not make
Men Of Honor
American Girl: McKenna Shoots For The Stars
Projects about nineteenth-century European immigrants
Hannah Montana forever who is Hannah Montana?
Angelina Ballerina: The Mouseling Mysteries
The Monuments Men
Peanuts: Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown : (And Don't Come Back!!)
Tom & Jerry Golden Collection. Volume 1
The sun is also a star
Hannah Montana the movie
Life in America : comparing Immigrant Experiences
Savory suppers and fashionable feasts : dining in Victorian America
Hello Kitty goes to the movies
Words By Heart
Well-digger's Daughter = La Fille Du Puisatier
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Universal Pictures (Firm), Amblin Entertainment (Firm), Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm)
Bluth, Don., Pomeroy, John, 1951-, Goldman, Gary., Freudberg, Judy., Geiss, Tony., DeLuise, Dom., Kahn, Madeline., Plummer, Christopher., Blore, Cathianne, 1952-2002., Finnegan, John, 1926-, Glasser, Phillip, 1978-, Green, Amy (Actress), Horner, James.
> Juvenile films.
> United States
> 19th century
> Juvenile films.
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