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Corduroy

USA, 1984 (MIFF 1986, Children's - Programme 4)

Director: Gary Templeton

The film follows the adventures of a stuffed teddy bear called Corduroy who waits to be selected from the shelves of a department store. Lest he be mistaken for used property, he embarks on a quest to find a button that is missing from his overalls. In the process, he discovers a new and deserving owner.

Endearing live action children's film recommended for the 5-8 year olds and produced by the Weston Woods Studio, which is noted for its fine films for younger children.

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