Here Come The Littles

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • G
  • Animated, Children's

Only the most dedicated cartoon buffs will enjoy this, though kids under age 10 might like it as well. The "Littles" were a popular cartoon and merchandising gimmick, and this was the first of what the producers hoped would be many features utilizing these half-human, half-mouse creatures. It's hardly more than a long version of one of their TV episodes...read more

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Only the most dedicated cartoon buffs will enjoy this, though kids under age 10 might like it as well. The "Littles" were a popular cartoon and merchandising gimmick, and this was the first of what the producers hoped would be many features utilizing these half-human, half-mouse creatures.

It's hardly more than a long version of one of their TV episodes as the Littles, oddball animals that wear constant smiles on their faces, help a young boy, Henry (Spoken by Jimmy E. Keegan), whose parents have left him and vanished into a jungle. Henry is now supposed to move in with an evil

uncle. A series of adventures and misadventures occurs as the Littles help Henry to deal with the themes of child abandonment, disappearing parents, how to handle loss, being frightened and away from home, and several other subthemes. In this respect the picture fulfills a need for teaching

through cartoons without preaching. Woody Kling's script does that effectively, but the animation is static.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: G
  • Review: Only the most dedicated cartoon buffs will enjoy this, though kids under age 10 might like it as well. The "Littles" were a popular cartoon and merchandising gimmick, and this was the first of what the producers hoped would be many features utilizing these… (more)

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