The water horse, legend of the deep, Columbia ; Revolution Studios, Walden Media and Beacon Pictures present an Ecosse Films production ; a film by Jay Russell ; produced by Robert Bernstein [and others] ; directed by Jay Russell ; screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs
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  • The water horse, legend of the deep, Columbia ; Revolution Studios, Walden Media and Beacon Pictures present an Ecosse Films production ; a film by Jay Russell ; produced by Robert Bernstein [and others] ; directed by Jay Russell ; screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs
Main title
  • The water horse
Sub title
  • legend of the deep
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  • Columbia ; Revolution Studios, Walden Media and Beacon Pictures present an Ecosse Films production ; a film by Jay Russell ; produced by Robert Bernstein [and others] ; directed by Jay Russell ; screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs
Variant title
  • Waterhorse
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Present day Scotland. A tale is told to a couple of American tourists by a kindly gentleman in a pub. Angus is a lonely boy who pines for his father, who is serving in the Royal Navy during World War II. Angus, along with his sister and mother, live on an estate that has been billeted by soldiers in the Scottish Highlands, near Loch Ness. The troop's commander has an eye for mom, is suspicious about a mysterious handyman, Lewis, who is also a war hero, and an absurd contention that the Highlands are the real frontline in the war against Germany. Angus discovers a mysterious egg that hatches a sea creature of Celtic mythology. The creature befriends Angus and will eventually be known as the Loch Ness Monster. Trying to hide the dinosaur-like creature, nicknamed Crusoe, Angus enlists Lewis to transfer it to the lake, where boy and serpent have extraordinary adventures together until human stupidity threatens Crusoe's existence
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: PG; for some action/peril, mild language and brief smoking
OCLC Number
  • 191702595
Runtime
  • 112
Table of contents
  • Disc 1. Feature -- disc 2. Special features
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • animation and live action
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