The Littlest Angel Movie Holiday Gift

the littlest angel movieThe Littlest Angel movie is bound to be holiday gift found under the tree of lots of little children! Based on the classic book by Charles Tazewell, The Littlest Angel takes on a modern twist. Your child will laugh at the antics of the young and mischievous angel, while they learn important lessons about friendship and doing the right thing.

The Littlest Angel has a long history during the holiday season. First as a book, then TV musical in 1969, then schools began to produce plays on this story of a young boy who goes to heaven before his time. This adorable boy must return to earth after getting into trouble one too many times, to gain his wings. His faithful puppy, Halo stays with him as he learns that the task at hand isn’t as easy as he thought.

The animation is fun. The length of the movie is just right for younger children, 83 minutes, and the action and adventure is sure to bring a smile to everyone who watches it. The Littlest Angel is available for purchase on Amazon.com and other retailers.

Only available in DVD format. Studio: Anchor Bay.
I received a copy of the DVD for review. Affiliate links are included in this post.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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