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Stuart Little 2 (14-Jul-2002)

Director: Rob Minkoff

Writers: Bruce Joel Rubin; Douglas Wick

From novel: Stuart Little by E. B. White (character basis)

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy, Mice

Sequel to 2000's Stuart Little follows the anthropomorphic mouse as he works with Snowbell to rescue a canary.

ABSTRACT
First sequel to Stuart Little (1999). Stuart Little, now a happy member of his adoptive human family enjoying peace with pet cat Snowbell, rescues a canary named Margalo and convinces his mother and father to take her in as their newest pet. When Margalo goes missing one day, Stuart and Snowbell set out on a journey to rescue her, traversing the urban jungle that is New York City as George does his best to come up with a believable alibi for his absence.

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