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Strong Hawk: My Sister’s Keeper – Coming Soon

by Beckypublished on 22nd June 2022

Watch the trailer for Strong Hawk: My Sister’s Keeper, coming soon to Millennium Extra. Ella, Liv and Vin are sisters who lost their parents as kids and now discover they have super powers. They attempt to help their community by acting as vigilantes, but their heroic efforts make them vulnerable to their natural enemies. 

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