I can't let anyone else see this. To fill out this checklist, please add the following code to the template call: Raul goes over to his boat, untie it from Ramon and Luke's boat, and push and get on his and paddled away. Walks on the rope. The next morning, Hugo wakes up and, thinking for a brief moment that he's back home, tries to get breakfast in the usual way. In , Mirimax Family released a translated , edited edition of the two animated films. Clearly displeased, the snake intends to swallow Hugo whole; luckily, through some quick thinking, Hugo creates a lie about how he is extremely poisonous if consumed and that, if he were eaten, the snake would suffer stomach pains, impairment of vision and finally death.
Barneleg Child's Play 4. Jungle ballad 7. Frikadelle mytteriet 8. Baby Hugo 9. Trolderi Nordlys Videnskabens fange. In the Jungledyret films, many animals talk to each other, but humans can't understand them. This translation convention is also seen in films such as Balto.
Hugo is the only known surviving member of the fictional species Hugus primiticus. His parents are never mentioned. He has prehensile grasping hands, each with three fingers and a thumb. He has large, fuzzy ears, and disturbingly human-like feet with four big pudgy toes, same with his hands. He is bipedal , though he can run in an awkwardly quadrupedal manner for speed. He can use tools such as levers and skateboards, and can outwit the vast majority of the human beings and other animals, such as snakes, cats, pigs, squirrels and even foxes.
He is noted for his sly personality, his childish selfishness, his gluttoniness and his smugness. He eats mostly fruits and loves bananas though he is omnivorous, as he won't shy away from eating meatballs. His most feared living specimen of all, of course, is humanity except for Meatball Charlie.
Rita is a young red fox kit who befriends Hugo on the streets of Copenhagen. She and Hugo quickly become best friends. She's kind, streetwise, spunky, and has a decent amount of common sense—unlike Hugo, who is rather impulsive. She lived with her mother and her two little brothers and one little sister in a den near some railroad tracks, until the second movie, where she gets dragged along for the ride by Hugo, who was escaping from Cupmann and his henchmen.
Her father is never mentioned. A romance between Hugo and Rita is hinted in the first movie and later made sexually suggestive in the second movie, but later in the animated series and third film dimmed down this element to the point where it was only mentioned on a few occasions.
Charlie is the cook aboard the cargo ship that transports Hugo to Copenhagen. He finds Hugo, who has escaped the cargo hold, and at the end of the voyage, donates him to the city zoo. He appears toward the end of the first film, and is not present in the second.
Cerita Ngentot Terbaru Dan TerhotThough, in the animated series, he appears once again, helping Hugo and Rita on numerous occasions, and in the third film, he makes several appearances, nearly coming off as part of the main character cast.
Hugo mentions that Meatball Charlie is probably his and Rita's only "human" friend. In the original Danish production, Meatball Charlie is named Dellekaj a mixture of "Delle" which is slang for frikadelle , a special kind of Danish meatball and Kaj which is a common Danish name and was voiced by Jesper Klein who also voices Hugo and Marcel Jeannin in the English dub.
Conrad owns a movie studio in Copenhagen , and dreams of making lots of money. He is morally bankrupt, willing to slash and burn the jungle to capture Hugo. His first relationship started off with Izabella Dehavalot, but he rejected her wishes and left her when Hugo manages to escape Copenhagen in the first film.
His second relationship is with Barbie Turner, but instead, he is rejected by her, since she did not want him hurting Hugo. Generalissimo Maximillion Maximus, or better known as General Maximus, is one of the series most recurrent major antagonists. He is the ruler of the recently founded fictional nation "Junglandia"- the country where Hugo originates from.
The symbol of Junglelandia is General Maximus' coat of arms, which depicts the same species as Hugo and, since Hugo is the rarest animal in the world, General Maximus is always seeking Hugo, both to have him as a symbol of the nation and in order to gain a world-famous reputation. He has a low moral set, promising a great reward to the ones who gets Hugo, but he will not always keep his promises, either cheating them, or will later break his promises, and displays a ruthless determination in order to capture him.
Izabella is a black-haired starlet with a sharp figure. She is also the wife of Conrad Cupmann. Her goal is to gain notoriety through the exploitation of an animal co-star; she cites several fictional actors, and then her "good friend Michael " and his chimp. Upon the discovery of Hugo, Izabella brightens at the idea of using him as her co-star and stops at nothing to capture him.
Conrad divorced her in the time span between the two films, after she becomes obsessed to the point of madness over capturing Hugo. In all European versions, she is called Izabella Scorpio. Rita's mother is a city fox living in Copenhagen. Rita first mentions her to Hugo during their encounter at the zoo, explaining that she hunts food for the family during the night, although it seems she rarely finds enough as Rita says she is always hungry.
Rita describes her as "real tough" and implies she has regularly fought and killed the city's stray cats. The hunt leaves her exhausted and she spends most of the daytime in the den. She strongly disapproves of Rita's night-time adventures but can do little to dissuade her. Experienced but somewhat cold, she initially refuses to harbour Hugo when Rita brings him home, stating that the den is already crowded, but Rita's pleading leads her to relent and she lets him stay for the day.
She catches the two before they set off for the banana ship that evening, offering to take Hugo to the docks herself and ordering Rita to stay and look after her siblings. As they enter the industrial park they are pursued by one of the bounty hunters; fearing for her own safety she abandons Hugo before they reach the harbour, giving him vague directions before fleeing the area.
Rita's mother makes two brief appearances in Jungledyret 2. She doubts Hugo will ever return to Copenhagen and tells Rita to forget about him, while she goes out to hunt for food. She is not referenced in later media. Barbie is a stereotypical dumb blonde and, in the second film, is Cupmann Studio's new starlet. It is also implied that she is Conrad's lover. She often chews bubble gum , even on the sound stage.
In the original version of the movie, her name is Sensuella. Loongkoffer is an animal psychologist hired by Conrad in Jungledyret 2 to tame Hugo; unfortunately, he fails in his endeavor to tame Hugo. Making a return in Jungledyret 3, he has turned over a new leaf and wishes to keep Hugo safe.
He is disgusted by Professor Strix's idea of cloning Hugo, fearing that Hugo would die in the experiments. His role is reminiscent of Animaniacs ' Dr. Otto Scratchansniff , whose job was to civilize the Warner siblings. He was voiced by Arthur Grosser in the English dub. Professor Strix is a mad scientist who appears in the last two episodes of the animated series.
The sequel , Jungledyret 2 , picks up where the first movie left off. Hugo and Rita each tell their friends about how much they miss one another. Meanwhile, the CEO of the movie studio still wants to catch him. His plan is to have Hugo co-star in a film, and then earn lots of money through merchandising. This feature is listed as Hugo the Movie Star on the Miramax release, an almost literal translation of the Danish title.
They put first film's recap in th Rita's song in the beginning. In , Mirimax Family released a translated , edited edition of the two animated films. Released directly to stores without publicity, the disc has no special features. This release was criticized for its awkward voice acting, altered music, poor translation and some scenes have been cut down or removed.
The third film continues where the animated series left off, which in turn is a sequel to the second movie. It is a CGI film. The plot again involves Hugo being captured, this time by several competing groups of humans who are all after Hugo for their own reasons. In , the franchise was made into an animated TV-series.
In the Jungledyret films, many animals talk to each other, but humans can't understand them. This is a standard conceit, seen in such films as Balto. Hugo is a rare, apparently unique, fictional mammal of the previously unknown species Hugus Primiticus. His parents are never mentioned. He looks something like a living teddy bear , and has yellow fur.
In the second film, he mentions to a pig that he only has a summer coat. He has prehensile grasping hands, each with three fingers and a thumb. He has large, fuzzy ears, and human-like feet with four toes. He is bipedal , though he can run in a quadrupedal manner for speed.
He uses tools such as levers and skateboards, and can outwit other animals, such as snakes, cats, and squirrels. He is noted for his cleverness, his kind heart, his love of food, and the occasional bout of childish selfishness. He eats mostly fruits and loves bananas. In the original Danish release, Hugo was voiced by Jesper Klein.
Rita is an adolescent red fox who befriends Hugo on the streets of Copenhagen. She and Hugo quickly become best friends. She's kind and spunky and has a decent amount of common sense unlike Hugo when in the city. She lives with her mother and her younger brothers 2 and sister in a den near some railroad tracks. Her father is never mentioned. Charlie is the cook aboard the cargo ship that transports Hugo to Copenhagen.
He finds Hugo, who has escaped the cargo hold, and at the end of the voyage, donates him to the city zoo. He appears toward the end of the first film, and is not present in the second. Though he makes several appearances in the third, nearly coming off as part of the main character cast.
Hugo mentions that Meatball Charlie seems to be his and Rita's only "human" friend. In the original Danish production, Meatball Charlie is named Dellekaj a mixture of "Delle" which is slang for frikadelle , a special kind of Danish meatball and Kaj which is a common Danish name and was voiced by Jesper Klein who also voices Hugo.
On the Miramax release, Charlie was voiced by Marcel Jeannin. Conrad is the main villain in both films. He owns a movie studio in Copenhagen , and dreams of making lots of money. He is morally bankrupt, willing to slash and burn the jungle to capture Hugo. His first relationship started off with Izabella Dehavalot, but rejected her wishes and left her when Hugo manages to escape Copenhagen.
His second relationship is with Barbie Turner, but instead, he is rejected by her for hurting Hugo. On the Miramax release, Conrad was voiced by Mark Camacho. Izabella is a black-haired starlet with a sharp figure. She is also the wife of Conrad Cupmann during the first film.
What about some fun that doesn't make you afraid of heights and friends that don't dress up like alligators? Arriving at Sabrina's home, Hugo slips away and clambers onto a bookcase. When they start looking for the boy tomorrow, we'd better be far away, dude. Finding a pot of stew, Hugo sticks his finger in for a taste; unfortunately, Hugo never learned it's unwise to play near a stove and burns his hand in the process. Exhausted and horribly lost in the concrete jungle, Hugo falls asleep.
Jungledyret Hugo: Wikis:
- Retrieved from " https:
- Views Read Edit New section View history.
- Burningangel ronda arouseme hardcore parody tmb
- Unfortunately, these hijinks don't go unnoticed, as an angry chef finds Hugo and throws him down to the angry cats below.
- They love those meatballs a bit too much!
- Looks and sees a chicken cage.
- Vielle salope leche et suce une grosse teub juteuse
- grils hugo hugo furries rita jungledyret jungledyret this made
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Share this Rating Title: And second, you have to understand that people have short attention spans. He understands more than you think. Then the river rises and floods the forest.