The ChubbChubbs introduces the alien inhabitants of the Planet Glorf, including Meeper, its earnest but oh so awkward hero, a singing Diva, the Zyzaks, 20 foot-tall red-eyed bullies, and the ChubbChubbs. In this debut short, Meeper valiantly tries to warn the patrons of the Ale-E-Inn, an intergalactic watering hole with its own constellation of stars, of impending danger only to find himself face to face with the toughest creatures in the universe.
Deciding to be an hero is the easy part...
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Did You Know?
The credits say: "How Many Babies were born whilst making this movie? None". This is a little jab at the animation colleagues/competitors at Pixar and their habit of listing "Production babies" in their credits. See more
After Meeper gets thrown out of the inn for the second time, we can hear a distinctive sound of the door being locked. However, a minute later, when Meeper gets inside again through the roof, a messenger comes in opening the door from the outside without any problems. See more
Excuse me. Coming through.
After the ending credits there is a sequence where Meeper performs his own version of R-E-S-P-E-C-T at the bar. The audience doesn't seem to react to him very positively until the chubbchubbs who are his backup singers show them their teeth. See more
Why Can't We Be Friends
Written by War
, Thomas Allen
(as Sylvester Allen), Harold R. Brown
, Morris D. Dickerson
(as Morris Dickerson), Lonnie Jordan
(as Leroy Jordan), Charles Miller
, Lee Oskar
, Howard Scott, Jerry Goldstein
Performed by Darryl Phinnessee
, Dorian Holley
, Marlena Jeter
Also sung very poorly by Brad Simonsen
(as Brad Simonsen)
Produced by Chance Thomas
Published by Far Out Music, Inc./Administered by Universal-Polygram Int'l Publishing, Inc. See more