Triple bill of animated adventures for children. 'The Happy Elf' (2005) tells the story of Eubie the Elf, one of Santa's helpers whose overly optimistic, rose-tinted outlook on the holiday season is put to the test when he decides to bring Christmas joy to a dreary, sad little town called Bluesville. The film features the narration and songs of Harry Connick Jr. 'Scary Godmother' (2003) follows young Hannah Marie (voiced by Brit McKillip), who is more afraid of her evil babysitting cousin Jimmy that Halloween - until the weird and mysterious Scary Godmother (Tabitha St Germain) arrives on her turbo-powered broom and takes her to a world where every night is Halloween. 'Everyone's Hero' (2006), directed by the late Christopher Reeve, tells the stroy of a young baseball fan who sets out to return Babe Ruth's stolen bat to its rightful owner. When the record-breaking bat used by the legendary Babe Ruth is stolen from Yankee Stadium during the 1932 World Series, baseball fanatic Yankee Irving (voice of Jake T. Austin), sets off to track it down and return it to his idol. As his search takes him from coast to coast, he encounters some of life's harsh lessons, while learning what friendship and determination can really achieve if you put your mind to it.
Release Date: 04 October 2010
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 264 minutes
Main Language: English