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El Medallón Perdido (The Lost Medallion), DVD
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Cuando Daniel Anderson visita un hogar de crianza temporal, no espera encontrarse obligado a contarle una historia a los niños. Pero una vez que comienza el cuento, su público es cautivado --- ¡y usted lo será también! Dos amigos de 13 años de edad, encuentran un misterioso medallón y desean regresar en el tiempo. ¿El coraje y el desinterés salvarán el día? Aprobado por Dove (12+). Clasificación PG clasificado. Subtitulado. Aprox. 98 minutos.
When Daniel Anderson visits a foster home, he doesn't expect to get roped into telling the kids a story. But once he begins the tale, his audience is captivated---and you will be, too! Two 13-year-old friends find a mysterious medallion and wish themselves back in time. Will courage and selflessness save the day? Widescreen. Dove approved (12+). Rated PG. Closed-captioned. Approx. 98 minutes.
|Publication Date: 2013|
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"The Lost Medallion is a wholesome movie that will take you back to a more innocent time but will keep you on the edge of your seat. My kids loved it and have watched it again and again. You'll be blessed by The Lost Medallion and I'm guessing that you will still be talking about it with friends and family for a long time after you leave the theater." - Alex Kendrick, Co-Producer & Co-Director of Facing the Giants, Fireproof & Courageous
"As much as I've been encouraged by the growth of the Christian film "industry" over the last several years, it's been obvious that most films have been dramas targeting adults and occasionally teens. I've been silently hoping for an action adventure geared toward tweens. With "The Lost Medallion," I get my wish, while potentially thousands of young people get their very own "Indiana Jones"-ish big screen motion picture to boot. What's more, not only will they be entertained, they'll get a few strong spiritual nuggets to ponder as well." - Bob Waliszewski, Director, Plugged In: Focus on the Family