Guardian of the Highlands

DVD Release: April 8, 2014
Guardian of the Highlands


When the last beaver in Scotland’s life is in danger, Sir Billi and his animal friends go on a roller coaster adventure in a race to save Bessie Boo the beaver. A raging river, a Russian submarine and an obsessed animal control officer threaten to foil Sir Billi’s attempts to save Bessie. But with the help of the whole town, Sir Billi just might save the day and prove that he really is the “Guardian of the Highlands”

Dove Review

“Guardian of the Highlands” is an animated movie about protecting animals and the highlands in Scotland. The main character, Billi, and his animal friends, a goat named Gordie and many others all talk and work together to help those that may be in trouble. Billi is the guardian of the area and now the last beaver is being chased by one officer who has gone over the top to destroy them.

This is an intriguing film with Sir Sean Connery as the voice of Billi. At times it will make you laugh as you watch and you can see that some of his past roles are intertwined into this cartoon feature. He also shows the importance of being a part of a team, working together to protecting nature.

We award this movie our Dove “Family-Approved: Seal for ages 12+ due to some language.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple flirts.
Language: Holy smoke-1; D-2; H-1; A-2; OMG/G-4; Butt-1; Bloomin'- 1; Bloody-2
Violence: Caging all beavers; truck accident and all cages fall over cliff; man takes beaver and hits it on a rock; man threatens and chases last beaver in land; rabbit and beaver fall over cliff into river; two guys punch each other; helicopter crashes.
Drugs: Drinking wine; a special water that helps heal.
Nudity: Cleavage; animated characters sensually dressed.
Other: A child not listening to parent; trying to destroy wildlife.


Company: Random Media
Director: Sascha Hartmann
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 76 min.
Starring: Voices of: Chris Jai Alex, John Amabile, Sean Connery
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe