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By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

 

The Amazing Panda Adventure
Directed by Christopher Cain
Warner Home Video 08/95 DVD/VHS Feature Film
PG - adventure action, brief mild language

The Amazing Panda Adventure is a fine family film about the ties that bind--both human and animal.

Ten-year-old Ryan (Ryan Slater) travels from the United States to China to visit his divorced dad (Stephen Lang) who is working on a preserve to rescue the endangered panda population. He is resentful of his father's obsession with his work.

When the panda cub that is needed to keep the preserve open is kidnapped by poachers, Ryan teams up with a young Chinese girl (Yi Ding) to retrieve the furry animal. They prove to be very resourceful kids. Even so, the cute panda steals the movie with its adorable antics.

 

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