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Bob Broughton ...
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Howard Jensen ...
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Danny Lee ...
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John B. Mansbridge ...
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Ron Moortgat ...
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Cute Documentary
16 February 2017 | by (Thigh Gap, England) – See all my reviews

As a big fan of all of the old Herbie the Love Bug movies from Walt Disney pictures, this was a really nice walk down memory lane that touches on all of these movies as well as the various TV programs and a lot of interesting behind the scenes stories concerning the project about an anthropomorphic Volkswagen Beetle, which is actually one of the very last projects that Walt Disney himself worked on before he passed away.

The documentary passes by quickly and kept all our interest, in fact I really wish it had been a little bit longer. It features interviews with a lot of the great cast members, guest stars (such as the late great Buddy Hackett) and also info from producers and crew from behind the scenes.

I would have loved to see more about the technical end of both the series of films and Herbie the car it/himself, but as I said this is a very short documentary so they obviously didn't have time for everything.

Worth seeing for Herbie fans, an interesting watch and completely family friendly.


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