Chestnut: Hero of Central Park facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsChestnut: Hero of Central Park
|Directed by||Robert Vince|
|Produced by||Robert Vince
|Written by||Anna McRoberts
Irene Olga López
|Music by||Brahm Wenger|
|Cinematography||Arthur E. Cooper|
|Editing by||Jason Pielak|
|Distributed by||Miramax Films|
|Release date(s)||October 21, 2004|
|Running time||87 minutes|
|Money made||$10 million|
Chestnut: Hero of Central Park is a 2004 Canadian-American family film, starring Makenzie Vega, Abigail Breslin, Christine Tucci, Justin Louis, Tony Alcantar, Irene Olga López, Ethan Phillips, Irene Karas, Barry Bostwick and directed by Robert Vince, about a Great Dane who is adopted by two orphan girls in this heartwarming family film. The girls' new parents don't know about the loveable mutt however, and the film revolves around the inventive ways he is kept hidden from his new owners.
Soon after being taken in by a loving new mother and father (Mr Matt Tomeley and Mrs Laura Tomley), two young former orphans (Sal and Ray) do their best to keep their furry, four-legged friend — a loveable Great Dane named Chestnut — a secret from their adoptive parents and save him from a grim fate at the city pound, where he would certainly be euthanized.
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