“Not Too Old Yeller”
Set in ancient times, 10,000 years ago, this touching and emotional story follows the relationship between a stone age boy and the gentle velociraptor who mysteriously and stubbornly insists on interacting with the boy’s family. Though reluctant to embrace the beast at first, the young boy, Uriah, finds the spunky therapod an intelligent partner in the quest for food and in the never ending task of protecting the vulnerable cave family. Together, they make a formidable team. But all is threatened when the dark specter of sin changes changes the dynamics of animal and human interaction.
Starring: Ken Ham as both the voice of god and Burly, the cave mouse.
Ray Comfort as the voice of Zebulon, the velociraptor
Benny Hinn as the shaman sorcerer
And making his screen film debut, this little dude as Uriah:
This movie is rated little “s” for sin. Not really bad sins though, mostly eating shellfish and mixing different kinds of fabric, In the end God’s message is more powerful than the witness of such abominations.
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