Good Luck Charlie: Up a Tree

Subject: Personal Development
Grade Level: N/A
Source: Disney Channel

Charlie and the family come together to save their childhood treehouse when a neighbor bargains with their dad to tear it down.


30-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance

April 3 at 3:30am ET/PT

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