Pretty good seventies era Disney feature with a quick runtime that contains a pretty engaging story. Characters are fun especially villain Madame Medusa (Geraldine Page) and Miss Bianca (Eva Gabor) who may well be the world's sexiest mouse.
Similar animation style than in The Aristocats, which made the film slightly better, but other than that there's not a lot that works for me. The characters aren't that interesting and the story not entirely engaging, not to mention the overbearing sentimentality of an orphan girl.
It may have some crude animation sometimes, but this is a pretty intense rescue story for the kids with a insane crazed redhead that shoots holes in the wall while holding a girl kidnapped with her two crocodiles. It is pretty brutal stuff when one start to think about it, but luckily a supercute mouse and her handyman is out to save the day. A fast hour of film that runs fast with the kids.
A delightful Disney jaunt about two representatives from a United Nations-equivalent organization, who stop a brutal dictatorship from using kidnapped child labor to retrieve blood diamonds for their crony-Capitalist aims, by use of unilateral pressure of force and violence from the dictator's nearest neighbors