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Trevor Island

Australia, 1988 (MIFF 1988, Animation)

Director: John Taylor

A continuation of The Huge Adventures of Trevor, a Cat. Trevor's family decide to take up residence upon a tropical island. To found the first caravan park. A sedate lifestyle, however, is not Trevor's trademark

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