DVD - 2005
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Valiant and his feathered friends take to the sky as they work their way into the Royal Air Force during World War II. Together this rag-tag squadron of carrier pigeons engages in aerial adventures at a spitfire pace. From the first bumbling day of basic training through the final feather-raising mission, the flock of friends swoop their way toward victory. Against the odds and an evil German falcon, Valiant is called upon for a very important assignment.


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Jun 16, 2019

The library says they won't purchase items that are 7 years or older, but they will purchase this!?!?!?!? They have LIED! They have done something HORRIBLE! Something needs to be done about this.

Jun 15, 2019

The library will order a movie like this, but won't get a classic like The Way We Were. HORRIBLE!!!!!! Something needs to be done about that NOW!

Feb 14, 2018

I enjoyed this movie even though it is based on a truly terrible time in the past. This story although fictional is based on a truth that happened back then which is that they used Animals to help win the War.I wouldn't show this to kids who are below High School Age, and Before letting High School kids see it there would be some discussion beforehand.
I have only one other thing to say and that is "I liked the Hitler (Nazi)Hawk although in real life a one eyed hawk is an either sick or dead bird". The only Bird that I know of that has bad vision in real life was a falcon who belonged to the "Sarvey Wildlife Rehab Center" and He was used as a Teaching Animal. I saw Him many years ago and I don't know if He is still alive.

Nov 22, 2009

Valiant is a fun toon with lots of WW2 genuflection. Though promoted as a children's video much of the background, war metaphors, locations, and jargon would simply be lost on younger minds. Though there is nothing bad to speak of my little one did say, "Daddy what's torture?" This video, like the comedy of SHREK, is aimed at a more adult audience who will undoubtedly smile at the french mice, the WW1 seagull and the comedic portrayal of a hitler-esque hawk.

Mar 30, 2009

I am 17 years old..and i love this movie...i am a family of 7 siblings...and when i brought it brothers and my little sister age 3-12 have watched this movie 4-5 times... Really a good move..and it has fact and infomation about the who delivered the message when there is war..


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