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Free Willy 3: The Rescue

Free Willy 3: The Rescue ★★½ 1997 (PG)

Isn't this poor whale ever going to be left in peace? This time around an illegal whaling operation threatens Willie and his orca pod. But 17-year-old Jesse (Richter), who has a summer job as a whale tracker on a research vessel, is determined to rescue his friend, aided by 10-year-old Max (Berry), who's horrified to discover his commercial fisherman father (Kilpatrick) is one of the whalers. 86m/C VHS, DVD . Jason James Richter, Vincent Berry, August Schellenberg, Annie Corley, Patrick Kilpatrick; D: Sam Pillsbury; W: John Mattson; C: Tobias Schliessler; M: Cliff Eidelman.

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