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Mr Magoo

Rated PG for mild language and action sequences.

PG 87min.
 
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Action-adventure director Stanley Tong (Supercop, Rumble in the Bronx) did a change of pace by directing this live-action adaptation of UPA's bumbling, near-sighted Mr. Read More
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Mr. Magoo
Luanne Leseur
Bob Morgan
Agent Chuck Stupak
Agent Gus Anders
Stacey Sampanahoditra
Austin Cloquet
Ortega Peru
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