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'''''The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue''''' is a 1998 direct-to-video animated film produced by MGM Animation and the sequel to the 1982 animated film ''[[The Secret of NIMH]]''. In the film, Timothy Brisby, the youngest son of Jonathan and Mrs. Brisby, goes to Thorn Valley wanting to become a hero like his father. Martin is missing and it is up to Timmy and his partner Jenny to confront him and get the rats back. At Thorn Valley, Timothy learns from a young girl mouse named Jenny McBride that the mice who were presumed to have been killed during the escape from NIMH are still alive, so he and the rats mount a rescue operation.''
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'''''The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue''''' is a 1998 direct-to-video animated film produced by MGM Animation and the sequel to the 1982 animated film [[''The Secret of NIMH]]''. In the film, Timothy Brisby, the youngest son of Jonathan and Mrs. Brisby, goes to Thorn Valley wanting to become a hero like his father. Martin is missing and it is up to Timmy and his partner Jenny to confront him and get the rats back. At Thorn Valley, Timothy learns from a young girl mouse named Jenny McBride that the mice who were presumed to have been killed during the escape from NIMH are still alive, so he and the rats mount a rescue operation.
   
 
The film, although a sequel, was created without Don Bluth's support or input. It was extremely panned because of this. The film is unrelated to ''Racso and the Rats of NIMH'', the sequel to the book on which the original film was based.
 
The film, although a sequel, was created without Don Bluth's support or input. It was extremely panned because of this. The film is unrelated to ''Racso and the Rats of NIMH'', the sequel to the book on which the original film was based.
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