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Set in the fairytale city that proves there's magic everywhere, Fox Home Entertainment will release the feel-good family comedy Little Manhattan on DVD April 4. An "amusing and adorable" (Los Angeles Family Magazine) family film that stays true to the nostalgia and innocence of youth, Little Manhattan follows two young friends Gabe (Josh Hutcherson - Zathura, Kicking & Screaming) and Rosemary (newcomer Charlie Ray) as they go through the ups and downs of growing up in The Big Apple.

Full of pint-sized laughs and even a few tender tears, Little Manhattan is a must-see comedy that is perfect for kids and adults alike, co-starring Emmy Award®-winners Cynthia Nixon ("Sex and the City") and Bradley Whitford ("The West Wing," Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants); the movie was created by the husband & wife team of director Mark Levin (co-producer of "The Wonder Years") and writer Jennifer Flackett (Wimbledon, Madeline).


In a city known for excitement, two young friends are about to embark on the greatest adventure of all! Gabe (Josh Hutcherson) and Rosemary (newcomer Charlie Ray) have known each other nearly all of their lives, but when they come face-to-face in a karate class, they see each other in a whole new light. Filled with all the marvelous (and sometimes maddening) moments of first love, this charming film is fun for the whole family!

Little Manhattan is offered in both widescreen and fullscreen versions with director/writer commentary, deleted scenes, three featurettes, and more. The DVD will be available for a suggested retail price of $27.98 U.S. / $41.98 Canada.


- Aspect Ratio: Full Screen and Widescreen

- Commentary from director Mark Levin and writer Jennifer Flackett

- Behind-the-scenes segments ('Sheep Meadow' and 'Helmet Interview')

- "From Scout to Screen" making-of featurette

- Three deleted scenes with optional commentary.

Technical Specs

- Audio: English Dolby 5.1 and Spanish and French Dolby Surround Sound

- Subtitles: English and Spanish

- Total Run Time: 90 minutes

- Rating: PG

- Closed Captioned: Yes