Children


Goldilocks and the Three Bears


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Children
Runtime:
50 mins
Stars:
Claire Crowther
Director:
Richard Slapczynski
Producer:
David Field

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“magic” is stated as part of the reason goldilocks can understand the animals speaking.



Synopsis

On her way home through the forest, Goldilocks comes across the home of three bears with whom she spends a wonderfully fun day.


Movie Message

The timeless story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is presented in cartoon form with an embellished continuation to the story as Goldilocks heroically saves the three bears from a mean, unscrupulous circus owner. Furthering the storyline, this pleasant little film introduces us to some humorous new characters such as a rascally rabbit, a not-so-wise owl, and Bongo the clown. Goldilocks’ parents appear in a small part, and her respect for them is nicely featured.

After the bears forgive Goldilocks for her trespass, they enjoy a delightful time of fun together. A bonding friendship is formed between Goldilocks and the bear family, giving Goldilocks the courage to later risk danger to free her friends from captivity. Caring, sharing and understanding one another are all specifically encouraged in the show, as is our responsibility to care for animals. This film of older animation and slower cuts is a prime show for younger children, and the promotion of kindness will please parents, earning it the Dove All Ages Seal.

For All Ages

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