Storybook Classics: The Wind in the Willows Trailer

Storybook Classics: The Wind in the Willows Trailer (1988)

01 January 1988

Family / Sci-Fi/Fantasy - Join Mole, Ratty, Badger and of the course, the irrepressible Mr Toad in this hilarious classic tale of friendship and mischief. Mole and Ratty set out for a fun-filled day on the river, but they soon meet up with Mr Toad, whose obsession with cars only leads to big trouble! After a daring jail break, Mr Toad joins his friends in a madcap battle to regain his home, Toad Hall, against the villainous weasels.

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