Frog

Theatrical Release: November 22, 1993
DVD Release: November 22, 1993
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Synopsis

Not only is Arlo a budding teenage genius, he’s also kindhearted and honest. “A promise is a promise, and I promise I’ll get you kissed,” he tells Gus, a talking frog who claims that all he needs is a woman’s kiss and poof! he’ll be turned back into a prince. In return, the affable amphibian vows to get a date for Arlo, who trips over his tongue whenever he talks to a girl he’d like to date. Gus does give Arlo the confidence to ask Suzie to be his science-fair partner. But Arlo’s problems are far from over – especially after the science-fair judges scoff at his conclusions about frog communication and Gus takes matters into his own hands . . . er . . . webfeet. By sticking to what they believe in, Suzie and Arlo learn a fun yet powerful lesson about keeping their word.

Dove Review

This star filled movie reminds me of the “After school Specials” I watched as a kid. It is hard sometimes to one of the group when you are a teenager. A comedy about a talking frog and a teenager trying to fit in. Filled with lots of laughs that all will enjoy.

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Info

Company: Feature Films For Families
Director: David Grossman
Genre: Children
Runtime: 50 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe