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栏目:爱情剧

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来源:撸粗网

年份:2022

更新时间:10-01

内容简介:日日电影网 自从上次蛇蛙大战后,蛙国又恢复了和平繁荣的生活中可是,和平的日子没持续多久,奇怪的事件又再降临青蛙王国。一张写着大祸即将降临青蛙王国的传单,散落在蛙国各地,关于“水晶青蛙”的传说正流转于民间。水晶青蛙,护国神器,大难大祸将至,究竟青蛙王国会面临怎样的命运,青蛙勇士这次又能否化解蛙国危机的再临呢?与此同时,逃婚的小雨点与公主重遇,二人之间的关系变得十分紧张。在蛙国大难来临之前,他们又能否化解彼此内心的隔阂,牵手抵御灾难的降临。 撸粗网 日日电影网 撸粗网日日电影网

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