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Puss in boots, the last wish / Dreamworks Animation presents ; produced by Mark Swift ; screenplay by Paul Fisher and Tommy Swerdlow ; directed by Joel Crawford.
Collector's edition.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Copyright Date:
1 videodisc (1 hr., 43 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Cats--Juvenile films.
Quests (Expeditions)--Juvenile films.
Heroes--Juvenile films.
Puss in Boots (Tale)--Juvenile films.
Films for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Films for people with visual disabilities.
Action and adventure films.
Fantasy films.
Comedy films.
Computer animation films.
Animated films.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Other Authors:
Crawford, Joel, director.
Swift, Mark, film producer.
Fisher, Paul, screenwriter.
Swerdlow, Tommy, screenwriter.
Banderas, Antonio, voice actor.
Hayek, Salma, voice actor.
Colman, Olivia., voice actor.
Guillén, Harvey, 1990-, voice actor.
Pugh, Florence, 1996-, voice actor.
Mulaney, John, voice actor.
DreamWorks Animation, presenter.
Universal Pictures (Firm), publisher.
Other Titles:
Puss in Boots (Motion picture.)
Puss in boots, the last wish (Motion picture) French.
Puss in boots, the last wish (Motion picture) Spanish.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2022. Sequel to Puss in Boots (2011). Features: the all-new short "The trident," deleted scenes, A cast of characters, and more. Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Harvey Guillén, Florence Pugh, Olivia Colman, John Mulaney.
Puss is so busy being a fearless hero and building his legend, he didn't realize he'd run through eight of his nine lives and for the first time finds himself fearing death and considering retirement. It's not so easy to shed those past lives, however, and when a notorious crime family hires him for one last job by destroying his placid life, he finds himself in possession of a map to one last wish, the target of crime boss "Big" Jack Horner, reunited with his spurned partner Kitty Soft Paws, and relentlessly pursued by both an overly-optimistic therapy dog and a bounty hunter who might actually be Death himself -- the White Wolf.
SHPC094 -- Denver Public Library (Denver)

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