The Adventures of Milo and Otis
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The Adventures of Milo and Otis -- Fine Japanese live-action movie about a mischievous kitten named Milo and his puppy pal, Otis, who get lost in the autumn wilderness, then return in the spring with their own mates and families. Zestfully narrated by actor Dudley Moore, director Masanori Hata's imaginative photography reveals the wonder of nature and the cycle of life, including brief shots of a kitten's birth as well as that of a puppy. Some mild tension in a few scenes involving wild animals but otherwise it is a welcome, gentle experience for the young and adults who enjoy the beauty of nature. (A-I) (G) (1989)
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