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Hugo the Hippo

Hugo the Hippo

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Hail the conquering hippos! Burl Ives, Robert Morley and Paul Lynde lend their voices to this phantasmagoric animated movie blending dazzling colors, eye-popping visuals and catchy tunes. Summoned to rid the harbor of sharks, the hippos of Zanzibar rise to the challenge. But once their mission's completed, the Sultan's hypocritical minister hunts them all down until only little Hugo remains. Escaping to nearby Dar es Salaam, he's hidden by the local children. But when the adults turn him in for eating their crops, his friends must find a way to save Hugo before the minister determines his fate. Produced by Emmy® and Peabody Award winner Robert Halmi and featuring the singing voices of Marie and Jimmy Osmond, Hugo the Hippo is a big fat lovable adventure the whole family will enjoy!

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    Details

    Title: Hugo the Hippo
    Genre: Animation, Family-Animated
    Director: William Feigenbaum
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
    Release Date: 6/23/2015
    Original Year: 1975
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: G
    Catalog #: 1000565157
    UPC: 888574282424
    Item #: 1499414X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 6/23/2015
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 91 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives