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Simply Phillip Brown
Meh. Maybe for kids, The story just kinda of rushes on with many loopholes and unanswered questions. Ties in humanity and slavery. I almost stopped watching a few times. But left it on in the background. In the end I suppose the moral is believe in magic to find strength out of of oppression. Which literally ends up being fairy tale magic. Forgettable waste of time.
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