12 min / animation / 2001 / USA
The Great Little Mouse is an animated story written by Mary Egan, a woman with developmental disabilities. It is the story of Reggie, a naughty, flying mouse, who helps bring people together.
The narrator and all the voices of the characters are performed by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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