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All the Marbles (2017)

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A timid little boy challenges a villainous bully to a game of marbles in a bizarre and fantastical world where marbles are as precious as gold.

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Michael Swingler
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Credited cast:
Cole Sand ... Jamison
Carl Petersen ... Wolf
Helen Sadler ... Foxy
Christopher Franciosa Christopher Franciosa ... Tall
Paul Hird ... Marble Maker
Lita Lopez ... Raven
Paul A. Hicks ... Spike
Brock Pierce ... Young Wolf
Sam Evans ... Young Tall
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Carl Anderson Carl Anderson ... Worker 2
Debbie Bailey Debbie Bailey ... Worker 3
Cooper Bombadil ... Minion 5
Gregoer Boru Gregoer Boru ... Minion 6
David Carter-T David Carter-T ... Worker 3 (as David Carter-T.)
Atiya Couch Atiya Couch ... Worker 4
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In a magical world where marbles are as precious as gold, a boy named Jamison wins the most cherished marble of them all. When a villainous bully named Wolf cruelly snatches his prize trophy, the boy challenges him to an epic marble battle that could cost him much more than he expected. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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20 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Big Swing Media See more »
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familiar
11 January 2019 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

A familiar story. An inspired meet between animation and film. A short film reminding, in its first scenes, "The Hunger Games" to become a seductive - wise film about values, courage and justice. With a real nice twist. This film could be defined as trip , from Charles Dickens heroes to the Edmondo de Amicis Cuore. But, for me, its fundamental virtue is the force to remind . Not only childhood nuances but the incredible force and great perspective of this unique age about life.


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