Two of the supporting characters, Little Audrey and Lotta, are loosely based on characters from Harvey Comics who published Baby Huey in comic book format during the late 50's and beyond. They compromise part of Harvey's "little girl" quartet of comedy comics: Little Audrey, Little Lotta, Little Dot and Wendy the Good Little Witch. See more »
Quite admittedly, this isn't the best movie in the world. But the fact that it's so camp-ish makes it better than if it had seemed terribly serious in nature. Then again, the only reason I have seen this movie so many times is that I am such a huge fan of David L. Lander (who is positively adorable here), and the inclusion of other classic TV stars is fun (if not a little sad that this is the best material some of them can get). My sister said of this movie after watching it, "It's bad, but in a good way." Very true. I love most of the music in here (but try not to laugh at a giant baby duck singing a heart-felt song about not belonging anywhere). Watch it without trying to take it too seriously; that will make all the difference!
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