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The Staunch Tin Soldier

Denmark, 1954 (MIFF 1957, Animated Moments)

Director: Ivo Caprino

Tin soldiers are cast and appear among the other toys on the birthday table. At night the toys come to life and the staunch tin soldier falls in love with the little dancer.

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