The Gruffalo DVD


The Gruffalo

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22 March 2010
E1 Entertainment 
27 minutes 
  • Average Rating for The Gruffalo [2009] - 5 out of 5

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  • The Gruffalo [2009]
    Dominic Allan

    My son watches this every day. It has exciting characters, an engaging story and is wonderfully written. Well recommended to all those with children. They will love it.

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Animated adaptation of the bestselling children's book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. When a cunning little mouse goes for a walk in the forest, he manages to outsmart not only a succession of woodland predators but the purple-prickled, wart-nosed Gruffalo too. The film features the voice talents of actors including Robbie Coltrane, Helena Bonham Carter, John Hurt and Rob Brydon.

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play The Nation s Favourite bedtime story is being brought to life in an all star beautiful adaptation of the best-selling book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler The Guffalo debuts on BBC One this Christmas and comes to DVD in time for Easter 2010 The film&39;s all-star voice cast features Robbie Coltrane as the Gruffalo; Helena Bonham Carter as the narrator; Rob Brydon as the Snake; James Corden as the Mouse; John Hurt as the Owl and Tom Wilkinson as the Fox The Gruffalo tells the magical tale of a mouse who takes a walk through the woods in search of a nut Encountering three predators who all wish to eat him a fox an owl and a snake the plucky mouse has to use his wits to survive creating an imaginary monster who then turns out to be only too real