Napoleon, a 10 week old puppy gets more adventure than he bargained for when he is carried aloft in a makeshift air balloon. It's journey takes him across the barren Australian desert confronting dangerous enemies and meeting some great friends along the way.

Year: 1996
Genre: Children's & Family Theatre
Country: Australia
Director: Mario Andreacchio
Starring: Napoleon
Duration: 81 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Childrens/Family Theatre



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