A moronic 1950's superhero fights against the Red Menace where ever he thinks he finds it.

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A superpatriotic 1950's youth, rejected for military service due to having every conceivable medical disqualification, is recruited by Senator Joe McCarthy to become America's defender against the Red Menace, Hoverboy! Whether Hoverboy fights the Rosenbergs, or an innocent scientist with a powerful robot, he stays true to his boss' motto, "There's no time to think!," even as he causes more havoc than he stops. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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Hilarious!
4 July 2000 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Hoverboy is a hilarious spoof of 50's Communist paranoia. The animation is first rate and the story line will leave you laughing. This film combines 1950's style comic book drawings with that eras "Red Menace" propaganda. This is a short film you'll want to see more than once!


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