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« on: December 26, 2009, 08:01:12 AM »

Caught the very end of this film a few years back and it's preyed on my mind ever since, maybe you can help?

It was a children's cartoon movie set at christmas. It appeared the children were lost and they were accompanied by a stray dog. There was an old man who helped them, possibly a homeless guy.

The closing scene: The children were reunited with family and were driven away. This left the old guy sad and alone until he and the dog bonded and it became clear that they would be united in friendship and look after each other.

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