Video Toy Chest

Video Toy Chest 1990

Promotional video that came from local Child World/Children's Palace toy store chains in a box that included a bag of Krunchers potato chips. The video features a mild plot involving mostly all children who are running a video production studio. It also includes a curly haired rapping man named "Robo-T". The video is a giant commercial with live skits in between as a fun bit until the next commercial.

Koto Orun

Koto Orun 1989

Set in the pre-colonial era, a certain village was besieged by witches who torment the villagers at will. Although the evil witches are often confronted by the good ones, referred to as “aje funfun” (the white witches) in the movie, it wasn’t enough to rid the town of these evil ones’ infestation. However, in response to the plight of the people of the village, the gods promised them a saviour who will be delivered by one of the kings wives that will conquer the evil witches. So the witches, including the king’s first wife, came up with schemes after schemes to kill the prophesised bearer of the messiah.

Marcelka

Marcelka 1971

A rich man can not cheer his daughter Marcelka. He calls overseas doctors and tries to repaint his castle but nothing helps. Only young boy Petrik is able to amuse Marcelka with his artistry.

Karlsson-on-the-Roof

Karlsson-on-the-Roof 1988

Karlsson is a very short, portly and overconfident man who lives in a small house hidden behind a chimney on the roof of a very ordinary apartment building on a very ordinary street in Stockholm. When Karlsson pushes a button on his stomach, it starts a clever little motor with a propeller on his back, allowing him to fly. Karlsson is the best at everything, at least by his own account. In actual fact there is one thing at which he excels: being a playmate to a young boy named Svante, nicknamed Lillebror (little brother), who lives in the apartment building with his family. Karlsson is quite mischievous, often getting Lillebror in trouble, but everyone in the end – even Lillebror's family, his cranky uncle, and their dour housekeeper – grow to like Karlsson and appreciate his sense of humour, energy, and good nature.

The Elf and the Robot

The Elf and the Robot

The Elf and the Robot is the the magical tale of a mischievous little toy who escapes from his box before Christmas morning. How will Santa's little helper manage to get him back in?

Sing-Along, Dance-Along, Do-Along

Sing-Along, Dance-Along, Do-Along 1988

Rowlf the Dog and the kids have fun doing all kinds of activities, including singing and dancing. It features interactive sing-alongs including "The Smile was on the Crocodile," "Over and Under," and more.

Rose Red

Rose Red

The film places Rose Red into the original Snow White and the Seven Dwarves story, adding her into the third act of the tale, after Snow White takes the bite of the poison apple, Rose Red teams with Grumpy and the dwarves to find a way to break the curse. This film currently has no official release date.

The Mystery of Willoughby Castle

The Mystery of Willoughby Castle 1979

Three youngsters set out to unravel the mysteries of a strange castle at the edge of town. In the process they learn about self-esteem and acceptance. It also offers a clear presentation of the salvation message.

Inherit the Truth

Inherit the Truth

On Christmas Day in rural Texas, ten-year old Simon Green learns a painful lesson about mortality in his own backyard.

Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla

Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla 1984

Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla is a Malayalam family film released in the year 1984. It is directed by Balachandra Menon, starring Balachandra Menon, Shankar, Srividya, and Laksmi. The film is noted for the performances of the late Srividya and Laksmi, who portray sisters-in-law.