The parents decided to send two twins, Honza, and Martin, on vacation to their grandfather.
Dilip Kumar in Triple Role
Second part of the trilogy. Vasek is expected to go to Bulgaria for a holiday with his parents during the summer vacation, but the boy finds the prospect of spending the summer with his gamekeeper grandfather far more tempting than the seaside. On the last day of school Vasek picks up his final report, but after that he takes his already packed bag and sets off for the Bohemian Forest without telling his parents. The grandfather is happy to have his grandson at his side again. In the evening, he gets a phone call from Vasek's mother. The trip to Bulgaria has been postponed and Vasek can stay with his grandfather for the time being.
Sundara Swapnagalu (Kannada: ಸುಂದರ ಸ್ವಪ್ನಗಳು) is a 1986 Kannada melodrama film directed by K. Balachander and written by Maniyan. The film featured Sridhar in the main role along with Ramesh Aravind, Devilalitha, Janani and Kuyili, all making their on-screen debuts. Actress Tara and K. S. Ashwath featured in the supporting roles. Produced by V. Natarajan of Kavithalaya Productions, the film had score and soundtrack composed by Vijaya Bhaskar. The film was a remake of director's own Tamil film Sollathaan Ninaikkiren.
Little Bledy lives with his father in a small apartment in Tirana. The boy learns by accident that the father is going to marry a completely unfamiliar woman for him. This news causes him a shock. Nevertheless, when he meets Zana, his father's girlfriend from work, he is increasingly convinced of the need for changes in the family ...
A mouse caught by a hungry weasel must think of ways to delay the prospect of becoming lunch. Includes all four stories from the book: 'Bees & the Mud', 'Two Large Stones', 'The Crickets' and 'The Thorn Bush'.
Since time immemorial, the vast Ukrainian forests have harbored countless secrets and unfathomable mysteries. They are home to wondrous mythical creatures dwelling among ancient trees, faithfully guarding their sacred realm.
Directed by Paul Demeyer.
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Animated film directed by John Halas.
Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla is a Malayalam family film released in the year 1984. It is directed by Balachandra Menon, starring Balachandra Menon, Shankar, Srividya, and Laksmi. The film is noted for the performances of the late Srividya and Laksmi, who portray sisters-in-law.
Mugila Mallige (1985) starring Srinath, Saritha, Ashok, Ramakrishna, Pavithra, Shivaram, Rama Hariharan, Jayashree, Baby Lakshmi, Master Senthil, Baby Seetha and others. Directed by K Balachandar. Music by V S Narasimhan, Lyrics by R N Jayagopal. Saritha won Best Actress Filmfare South Awards in 1985 for this movie.
A UFO has crashed close to a summer holiday park and a couple of kids are set to help them with the aid of a man with magic powers. But they have to hurry before an anti UFO force finds the green men from outer space.
When two twin brothers Sudhir and Adhir get orphaned upon the death of their father, Magistrate Chaturvedi adopts them and brings them up like his own children. Though Adhir goes insane after the death of his father, Sudhir picks up the opportunity, studies hard and becomes a doctor like Magistrate Chaturvedi's son Prashant. When Prashant gets caught for performing an illegal operation, Sudhir takes up the blame to repay the debt of the Chaturvedi family on him and his brother.
A single mother for years had an amazing relationships with her son. But all ended when a young girl joined the family.
A bbig changes are coming to the life of twelve years old Masha after vacations on Kamchatka island.
Man's Search for Happiness is a 13-minute film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It explains the role of the Plan of Salvation in LDS theology, with questions like "Who am I?", "Where did I come from?", and "Where am I going?" being explored from an LDS perspective.