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Chuck Jones was chief animator on this lively adaptation of the famous book by Dr. Seuss. The story of a friendly elephant named Horton who discovers--deep inside a daisy--a tiny city called Whoville with tiny, intelligent residents--this film (fleshed out a bit from the source) is strong on character and has striking, appealing visuals. The little folks of Whoville, with their natural air of aristocracy, are a kick, and when they come to see Horton as a hero for his democratic view of all life big and small, the effect is quite touching. This should be a real treat for kids already familiar with the book, but just might inspire those who haven't read it to pick it up. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Waa delovered very quick. I like that not having to wait. living up north gets annoying ehen waiting for things in the mail so I am very pleasedPublished 13 months ago by danielle leopold
This is not the beloved video that many parents may remember watching when they were kids. This is simply a bunch of cutouts prancing mechanically across the screen. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2003 by Amazon Customer
This video was a reading of the book instead of the fully animated version with the catchy music that I remember seeing as a child.Published on Sept. 15 2000
It was not the movie I remember as a kid. It is still pictures and someone reading the book. What happened to boil that dustspeck?Published on Sept. 1 2000