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The Harry Hill Movie (2013)

When he thinks his hamster Abu has just a week to live, Harry Hill and his gran take the hamster to Blackpool. However, Harry's twin Otto wants to kidnap Abu and sends Ed and Kisko to pursue them.

Director:

Steve Bendelack

Writers:

Jon Foster, Harry Hill (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Harry Hill ... Harry Hill
Julie Walters ... Nan
Johnny Vegas ... Abu (voice)
Simon Bird ... Ed
Guillaume Delaunay ... Kisko
Matt Lucas ... Otto
Sheridan Smith ... Michelle
Marc Wootton ... Barney Cull
Julian Barratt ... Conch
Paul Burling ... Harry's Dad
Shingai Shoniwa Shingai Shoniwa ... Station Attendant
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Alliss Mark Alliss ... Policeman (as Mark Allis)
Claire Ashton ... Audience Member
Camilla Beeput ... Veterinary Receptionist (as Camilla Marie Beeput)
Alan Bentley Alan Bentley ... Fireman
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Storyline

Under the mistaken impression that his pet hamster, Abu, is ill Harry Hill and his Nan (Julie Walters) take him to the vet, who wrongly gives them the tragic news that Abu has one week to live. Harry, who thinks he speaks fluent hamster (but, in fact, misunderstands every squeak that comes out of his little pal's mouth), incorrectly thinks Abu's dying wish is a trip to Blackpool. With Nan making three, the trio embark on a road trip to the seaside town. Unbeknownst to them, the Vet is actually the dirty rotten henchman of Harry's evil twin brother Otto (Matt Lucas), who was raised separately by Alsatians. Addicted to Hula-Hoops and fueled by revenge, Otto's nefarious plot is to kidnap Abu and make him the centerpiece of the plastinated hamster world he's creating in his evil lair. Can Harry and Nan stop Otto before it's too late? Written by Production

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 December 2013 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Фильм Гарри Хилла See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Most of the filming was done in Blackpool. Harry and his cast were stopped and interrupted many times for autographs during shooting. See more »

Quotes

Vet: I'm sorry but as a priest, we're only allowed to drink holy water.
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Crazy Credits

At the start of the film it says "Based on a true story." At the end, it says "In memory of Dylan- 1978-1980" See more »


Soundtracks

Days
Written by Ray Davies
Performed by Harry Hill
Produced by Steve Brown
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Underrated, pure gold for Harry Hill lovers!
31 December 2013 | by johnwreynoldsSee all my reviews

I saw this film today, and i have read some of the harsh reviews which this film has been given, and i thought differently. I am a massive Harry Hill fan, and i was excited to see this film, and I wasn't let down! A great cast including Matt Lucas, Julie Walters and Simon Bird, who provide lots of laughs! Matt Lucas is amazing, as always, as playing Harry's evil twin brother and it was great to see him partner up with Harry in this film. A crazy storyline, which is exactly what you'd expect from a genius like Harry. This film is really underrated and should get much more publicity than it has now.The poor previous reviews are from people who don't understand Harry Hill's sense of humour, a must-see if you are a fan of Harry Hill!


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