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Mouse on the Mayflower [1968 TV movie] by…

Mouse on the Mayflower [1968 TV movie]

by Rankin-Bass, Romeo Muller (Screenwriter)

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An animated fantasy that tells the story of a brave little mouse who helped the Pilgrims survive both the dangerous sea voyage and the cold New England winter, while staying on peaceful terms with their Indian neighbors.



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Gary, Johnsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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