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Tugger: The Jeep 4x4 Who Wanted to Fly (2005)

Tugger is a little jeep. During World War II, his engine fan was replaced with a real airplane propeller. Since then, he's known that one day, he too will fly in the skies. While spending ... See full synopsis »
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Tugger (voice) (as James Belushi)
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Shorty (voice) (as Carrot Top)
Lance LeGault ...
Chief (voice)
Tom Kinney ...
Max (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Pa Pump / Narrator (voice)
Wendy Cutler ...
Ma Pump (voice)
Gary Bosco ...
Controller (voice)
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BD (voice)
Michael Sorich ...
Frank (voice) (as Mike Sorich)
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Lucy (voice)
Edie Mirman ...
Girl Plane (voice)
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Fatty / USAF Pilot (voice)
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Crewman #1 (voice)
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Doc / Crewman #2 (voice)
Steve Bulen ...
Towerman / Crewman #3 (voice)
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Tugger is a little jeep. During World War II, his engine fan was replaced with a real airplane propeller. Since then, he's known that one day, he too will fly in the skies. While spending his time doing boring work towing airplanes around, he never let go of that dream, and who knows, it may just come true some day...

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15 July 2005 (USA)  »

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O jeepoulis  »

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Great fun for the entire family
1 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

My three year old and a five year old friend loved this movie and I enjoyed it as well. As a mom who is very particular about what my children watch, I was pleased with the content of the movie. I found no suggestive or objectionable situations as you often see in films marketed to children. The characters were lovable and interesting. I could recommend it for younger and older children. It is action packed and kept us on the edge of our seats without any violence. This the best movie I have ever taken the children to see, hands down. It is a must see for anyone looking for action & adventure without offensive material. The story is well written and has a underlying theme about dreaming big things and not giving up on your dreams even when they seem impossible.


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