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Freddie the Frog

Freddie the Frog ★★½ Freddie as F.R.O.7 1992 (G)

Prince Frederick's life is shattered when his father is killed by his evil Aunt Messina, who wants to rule the kingdom. She even changes Frederick into a frog—but he manages to escape her with the help of friendly sea monster Nessie. But Freddie discovers that he has also been given super-frog powers, just in time to save Britain's landmarks, which are disappearing thanks to Aunt Messina's spells. 72m/C VHS . GBD: Jon Acevski; W: Jon Acevski, David Ashton; V: Ben Kingsley, Nigel Hawthorne, Jenny Agutter, John Sessions, Brian Blessed, Billie Whitelaw, Jonathan Pryce, Phyllis Logan, Michael Hordern; Nar: James Earl Jones.

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