Holly Hobbie and Friends: Surprise Party (2005)

Not Rated   |  Video   |    |  Animation, Short, Family


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It's Aunt Jessie's birthday and Holly could not be more excited! There's so much to do - make and deliver the invitations, bake the cake, and practice her special song! But when Holly ... See full summary »


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Director:

Mario Piluso

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Kate Boutilier, Eryk Casemiro

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4 September 2006 | toycoon
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| It's really very sweet and entertaining for children and adults
This Holly is great grand daughter of the original Holly Hobbie. Holly and her brother, Robbie spend the summer at their Aunt Jessie's house in Upstate New York. The kids plan a surprise party for their aunt with the help of their Uncle Dave. Holly's summer friends, Amy and Carrie are typical kids that really enjoy seeing their friends every year. Holly is a typical girl into lemonade stands, riding her bike and just having fun. Both my nieces and I enjoyed this film quite a lot, to my surprise. It is not the usual sappy, mindless kids' fare that we are bombarded with so often. It's rather thoughtful, in fact and it even has enough substance to keep the adults interested. Highly recommended.


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Animation | Short | Family

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English, Spanish


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USA

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