Mark Osborne

The Little Prince

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Director of the new animated film The Little Prince.

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A new animated adaption of the classic 1943 French children’s book The Little Prince, comes out in early August in theaters and on Netflix.

The Little Prince

A new animated adaption of the classic 1943 French children’s book The Little Prince, comes out in early August in theaters and on Netflix.

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