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Running Time:
72 minutes

Rating: PG Parental Guidance Suggested.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Filmmaker's commentary; "Show and Tell" feature that lets viewers jump behind the scenes; A Touch of Evil-Creating the perfect villain; Life in the Fast Lane-Zoom through the filmmaking process; Stuart Little's Big Adventures read-along; Interactive game: Stuart's Circle of Friends; Celine Dion "I'm Alive" music video; Stuart Little 2 Playstation Game Promo; Playable level from Stuart Little 2 video game; Record your own Stuart Little 2 read-along; Theatrical trailers; Animated Menus; Scene selections; Weblinks.

Stuart Little 2
Stuart has settled in at the Little household. He shares a room with his adoptive brother George (Jonathan Lipnicki); has talks with his adoptive dad (Hugh Laurie); and endures the overprotective nurturing of his adoptive mother (Geena Davis). Even Snowbell the cat (Nathan Lane) has finally come to accept Stuart as a part of the family. Still, he senses that he's different because he's about 1,000 times smaller than anyone else and has no friends his own size. And then, as if in an answer to prayer, into his life drops an injured little bird (Margalo, voiced by Melanie Griffith) who's being pursued by a predatory falcon (James Woods). Margalo is welcomed into the Little household, much to the chagrin of Snowbell the cat and to the heart-thumping delight of Stuart. But all is not quite as simple as it seems. The entire Little household will have a few lessons to learn about honesty, trust, and love, before it's all over.

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