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Co­conut the Lit­tle Dragon

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This Pixar film is pre­dicted to do well at the Os­cars, two words. Silent was one. The Gold Bug au­thor. Hulk or Ben? Match starter. Writer of the play Ano­ma­l­isa. Col­lec­tion of colors, sound and art­work in com­put­ing. One in Span­ish. Word that goes with Tur­tles. Big ___ 6. Su­perbowl score. Pooh cre­ator. ____rats. Pop­u­lar rock band whose song “Lay Down Your Arms” was used in the 1992 an­i­mated film Fred­die the Frog. Lord of the Rings De­face.

Sola Me­dia | Loews Of­fice 626 Cali­gari Film ( Knight Rusty) pro­duced this CG fam­ily com­edy about plucky un­der­dog dragons Co­conut and Os­car. Co­conut has wings but can’t fly, and Os­car is a vege­tar­ian by choice. Joined by their pal Matilda the por­cu­pine, they set out on an ad­ven­ture to prove them­selves, and learn that dragons come in all shapes and sizes. Nina Wels di­rects. The film is based on best-sell­ing books, and a Co­conut TV se­ries just launched in Ger­many.

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