Flussfahrt Mit Huhn Trailer

Flussfahrt Mit Huhn Trailer (1984)

16 November 1984 Adventure 103 mins

During the summer on their Grandfather’s land Johanna, Robert, Harald and Alex begin a secret journey up the river on a boat with a chicken in search of a new path to the North Sea of Germany. A classic German children’s adventure movie.

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International Releases Dates

Germany 16 November 1984

United States 16 November 1984

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