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2nd Jan, 2018 06:19:59 PM

Random guess, but Phantom Tollbooth? It's probably not it...

3rd Jan, 2018 07:57:18 AM

That's not it, sorry :(

3rd Jan, 2018 07:57:21 AM

That's not it, sorry :(

3rd Jan, 2018 01:09:43 PM

Gosh that sounds cool. I can only think of the Barney film which doesn't really fit. So it was definitely animated?

3rd Jan, 2018 01:09:44 PM

Gosh that sounds cool. I can only think of the Barney film which doesn't really fit. So it was definitely animated?

4th Jan, 2018 07:09:26 AM

It was animated for sure.

5th Jan, 2018 11:55:01 AM

Do you remember what the kid and his parents looked like?

6th Jan, 2018 12:43:03 AM

You couldn't really see them. You just see the car and hear them talking.

7th Jan, 2018 02:37:44 AM

I'm starting to think that i will never find out :(

18th Jan, 2018 05:51:21 PM

^ I thought Dungeons and Dragons was a tabletop role-playing game, not a movie.

18th Jan, 2018 06:12:40 PM

^ There are a number of licensed works based on D&D, I assume lalalei2001 means the 80's animated adaption - Dungeons & Dragons

Edited by jormis29
20th Jan, 2018 12:10:37 PM

Sorry, but it is definitely something else.

30th Jan, 2018 08:55:08 PM

"The Seventh Brother" is an animated film that has a scene near the beginning of a car driving through a tunnel with lights on the sides. It's actually the translated (and censored) version of a foreign movie called "Bobo och Kaniner" or "Bobo und die Hasenbande" which may be what you're looking for. The foreign versions have a longer sequence of the car driving through lighted tunnels at the very beginning, and the sound of a child and parent talking to each other. I hope this helps.

Edited by Delibird
31st Jan, 2018 06:40:38 AM

Oh my god, thank you so much :) It indeed is The Seventh Brother

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