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The Boy with Chocolate Fingers (2011)

| Short, Drama, Family
The story is about Donald McGlone, the boy with chocolate fingers (his fingers are made of chocolate). Because he is different, Donald has no friends and other children shun him. He grows ... See full summary »

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Chris Palmer
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Adam Thomas Wright ... Donald
Casper Allpress Casper Allpress ... Young Donald
Joss Ackland ... Narrator (voice)
Laura Maddison Laura Maddison ... Molly
Ted Allpress Ted Allpress ... Dad
Jim Boswell Jim Boswell ... Schoolboy / Boy on Bike
Spike Exley Spike Exley ... Schoolboy / Boy Fishing
Theo Powers-Bird Theo Powers-Bird ... Schoolboy / Boy with Frog
Benjamin Yu Benjamin Yu ... Schoolboy
Melody Weston Shaw Melody Weston Shaw ... Schoolgirl / Trumpeter / Angel (as Melody Weston-Shaw)
Leila Shafiq Leila Shafiq ... Schoolgirl / Girl with Ball
Minnie Mae Harris Minnie Mae Harris ... Schoolgirl / Girl with Dog
Eva Mitchell Eva Mitchell ... Schoolgirl / Girl Painting
Erin Creavin Erin Creavin ... Teacher
Elliott Collins Elliott Collins ... Alien
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The story is about Donald McGlone, the boy with chocolate fingers (his fingers are made of chocolate). Because he is different, Donald has no friends and other children shun him. He grows up isolated and alone. Later he keeps a low profile working as an elevator operator, wearing gloves to conceal his secret. One day Molly, the girl he secretly adores, is trapped by a huge bear in the office. Donald gets a chance to make his difference become his greatest asset, if he is brave enough to save her. The moral of the story: If you are different, don't worry about what others may think, say or do, just be yourself and your dreams may come true. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Family | Fantasy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

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lovely
24 July 2018 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

A boy. and his big problem. the love. the courage. and the wedding. and, sure, the happiness as result of the virtue to be yourself/different. the moral and the plot are not real great. but the young actors are basic virtue of this short modern fairy tale. so, the eyes and small noses of the lead actors, the only children cast , the so well known references., the humor and sadness are good motifs for see it. because it is just lovely.


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