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Zebra in the Kitchen (1965)

G | | Comedy, Family | June 1965 (USA)
A young boy lets the animals out of their cages at the Zoo, to set them free, but the animals start taking over the town.

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Chris Carlyle
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Dr. Del Hartwood
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Branch Hawksbill
Joyce Meadows ...
Isobel Moon
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Adam Carlyle
Dorothy Green ...
Anne Carlyle
Karen Green ...
Wilma Carlyle
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Councilman Pew
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Sgt. Freebee
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Councilman Lawrence (as Tris Coffin)
Merritt Bohn ...
Chief of Police (as Merrit Bohnt)
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Sheriff
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Mr. Richardson
Jimmy Stiles ...
Tim
Dal Jenkins ...
Kookie
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A young boy lets the animals out of their cages at the Zoo, to set them free, but the animals start taking over the town.

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animal | cage | boy | zoo | african lion | See All (61) »

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The crazy day the animals came out to play! See more »

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Comedy | Family

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G | See all certifications »
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June 1965 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ein Zebra in der Küche  »

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Uncredited actor Eddie Quillan is seen watching a clip from Hollywood Party (1934), in which he himself had a featured role 21 years earlier. See more »

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References Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) See more »

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Zebra in the Kitchen
Words and Music by Hal Hopper
Sung by The Standells
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The first movie I ever saw
19 June 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first movie I ever saw in a theatre (with my brother and cousins). I was about five or six years old, and I remember laughing 'til I cried. I went home and told Mom all about the funniest moments. Also, that huge screen up there, glowing bright and the people so big: it was all magical! Nowadays, I see this movie on the video store shelf and I refuse to rent it: apparently this movie is not very good, and I don't want the realization of its mediocrity to obliterate my magical childhood memory. We need to keep those memories intact: we retain them as little nuggets of magic, optimism and fun in our jaded adult hearts. If this wasn't YOUR first movie, rent it for your kids today (though I'd rather they see it on the big screen, of course!).


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