A sensitive girl named Katka likes to imagine herself in a fairytale land. Her fantasies are mirrored in real life when her classmates spend a creative summer staging their own version of the classic Grimm fairytale. Drama results from the assignment of the various roles.
A young boy from London named Donald is struck hard on the head and knocked unconscious. When he recovers, Donald finds that he has the ability to predict events moments before they occur. The predictions come forth in cryptic rhyme, and the first one involves the theft of a yellow mini-car. Donald and his friends take this information to the police, who are unimpressed. But a reporter named Barry Murdock is interested, and he and the boys decide to do some detective work based on Donald¡¯s predictions. The group uses this new talent to help the police to catch a criminal mastermind who is also a prominent, well-respected businessman.
Three children start their summer vacation with a train trip to their aunt's farm and end up discovering a plot to sabotage a secret military project. Their adventure starts when their camera is mysteriously stolen. The children later stumble upon a cave in a restricted area and overhear two men plotting sinister deeds. The police are called but do nothing. The children return and learn that the two men who took their camera on the train are working with the saboteurs.
|Joan Fitzpatrick||........||Aunt Jane|
|Bill Denniston||........||Police Inspector|
In late 1943 German forces advanced towards Dalmatian coast, forcing many people to flee to Allied or Partizan controled areas. A sea captain transports a group of refugees to safety from the German-occupied island. The captain joins a convoy of boats to a free island, but he has engine trouble and must turn back for fuel. He soon discovers he has a couple of stowaways, his grandson Mikula and two of the boy's friends. The captain rows ashore, hoping to get a fuel jet for their disabled engine. He is wounded and arrested because the Germans believe he came to rescue the pilot of the British plane they shot down. Mikula tricks the Germans into letting his grandfather go and, in a daring maneuveur, obtains the needed fuel jet and repairs the boat's engine. The wounded pilot is found, and he and the grandfather are sheltered by townspeople. The grandfather orders Mikula to captain the boat, while he creates a diversion. Mikula then is able to pilot the boat and its passengers to safety.
|Petre Prlicko||........||Captain Mikula|
Presented without dialogue, this live-action film uses a background of aboriginal music to tell the story about a young Australian boy and his kangaroo. Robbie and his father unavoidably hit and kill a mother kangaroo with their jeep. The mother's baby survives the accieent, and the boy is permitted to keep it as a pet. The boy does his best to raise the orphaned baby and watches it grow into an affectionate pet, but the kangaroo also grows into a nuisance. The young kangaroo creates much mischief, shattering china and furniture, trampling the flower garden, and upsetting a local food stand. This angers the neighbors and shopkeepers, and eventually the kangaroo is shot at. Wounded, it runs into the bush for shelter. The heartbroken boy eventually finds it and nurses it back to health. However, it has become too difficult to control the kangaroo's activities, so the boy makes the painful decision to return it to the wild.
|Brett Way||........||The Boy (Robbie)|
An unwanted youngster named Joey leaves a children's home to live with Mr. and Mrs. Korda. He is happy in their home, but his mother later decides she wants him back. The Kordas return the boy to his mother, but Joey is very unhappy there. The final blow comes when his stepfather tears apart a boat that Korda built for Joey and uses it to patch the barn. Running away, Joey falls asleep near the railroad tracks. His mother calls Korda, understanding that Joey would be better off with him. Korda finds the boy and takes him home, promising to build another boat for "Captain Korda"
|Drahom¨ªra Hofmanov¨¢||........||Joey's/Pep¨ªkova's Mother|
While walking his dog one day, Johnny is startled when Rags chases a cat into a laboratory at Medico House. The dog accidentally invents (and eats) a formula of invisibility when he causes Professor Graham's latest experiment to spill into a pan of fudge. A couple of crooks later seek ways to exploit this discovery.
|Graham Stark||........||Professor Graham|
A South African boy named Nunu becomes separated from his father in the African bush, but finds a friend in a lone zebra who leads the boy to food and water. Nunu's father, who told his son to run for safety when a prowling lion threatened, futilely searches for the boy. Not knowing If he will ever see his father again, Nunu wanders alone and afraid until he encounters a zebra separated from its herd. They soon become friends. Nunu's father, who has been conducting an air search for his son, finally locates him in a clearing. Nunu's delight at being found is tempered with sadness at leaving his friend, until he sees that the zebra has been reunited with its herd.
Pero Kvrzica is a smart and clever boy from the village. He gathers a few of his friends together and takes them out for adventures. At the end of the village there is an old mill which is totally abandoned and overgrown with weeds, so the boys spend most of their time here during the summer. For many years the mill had a broken wheel which had not been fixed because of a disagreement among the farmers who used it. Pero and his friends secretly restore the abandoned mill. Pero is full of enthusiasm and succeeds in keeping the boys in order. They spend every spare minute repairing it until a boy named Savage "The Vandal" decides he wants to become the leader. This internal dissension threatens to stop the project, but Pero does not allow it to happen. Eventually, Savage and his friends leave the group. Pero and his companions---supported by their teacher---successfully repair the mill and present it to the surprised and appreciative peasants on graduation day.
|Mladen Vasary||........||Pero Kvrzica|
|Boris Dvornik||........||Jozo policajac|
Set in Manhattan's Central Park , this film is the poignant story of a teenage girl's encounter with a homeless old woman who carries all her belongings around in shopping bags. This encounter eventually leads to the girl's understanding of the
problems of aging and the dignity of all individuals, regardless of their place in society.
|Mildred Dunnock||........||Annie (Shopping Bag Lady)|
Aliosha, a pint sized 6 year-old, is about the size of two school bags on top of each other, earning him the nickname of "Bag on Bag". He and his small dog Kitch get into all kinds of trouble during their adventures. Kitch creates havoc in the apartment while Aliosha is at school. So one day the boy takes the dog to school in his bag, but the dog gets loose, disrupting classes and causing complete chaos. While Aliosha is taking a nap one afternoon, Kitch wanders into the hall and is stolen by an older boy who Aliosha once reported for stealing mail. The police, aided by a German Shepherd trained to track by scent, discover Kitch has been sold to a research center. A doctor there decides to perform a test to determine if their new arrival belongs to Aliosha. Gathering a number of dogs together, he lets each of them, including Kitch, sniff a note from Aliosha, saying that the dog who reacts positively will be given to the boy.
|Andrei Kondratiev (Andryusha Kondratyev)||........||Aliosha|
|Tiko and the Shark||09/20/75, 12/27/75|
|Shok and Sher||11/08/75, 06/19/76|
|Black Mountain||01/03/76, 07/24/76|
|Mauro the Gypsy||1/17/76, 5/29/76|
|The Orange Watering Cart||01/31/76, 06/26/76|
|The Giant Eel||03/20/76, 07/31/76|
|The Boy Who Wore Spectacles||04/03/76|
|Three Nuts for Cinderella||05/01/76|
|Friends for Life||05/22/76|
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