Fat Albert

Release Date: 13 March 2006 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Inspired by the 1970s animated television series, FAT ALBERT transports the loveable characters from their animated universe into the real world. When Doris (Kyla Pratt), a sad teenager in Philadelphia, turns on a rerun of FAT ALBERT AND THE COSBY KIDS, her tears compel the always-helpful Fat Albert to jump through the TV screen to her rescue. His friends quickly follow, and to Doriss astonishment, the whole Fat Albert gang magically transforms into real live people right in her living room. Not knowing what to do with her odd new friends, Doris adamantly denies having a problem, and encourages the boys to jump back into the TV set. But Albert can see that Doris is lonely and is determined to find her some friends. As Albert tries to fix Doriss problem, the rest of the gang tries to adjust to their new, unscripted world. Meanwhile, Albert finds himself falling in love with Doriss foster sister, Lauri. But as soon as the gang begins to enjoy the perks of being real, their brightly coloured outfits start to fade. Taking this as a sign that they do not belong in the real world, the boys decide its time to go home. Bill Cosby (co-writer of the film and creator of the original series) makes a guest appearance as himself, warning Albert that he must return to his animated world before evaporating into a cloud of celluloid dust. But before Albert can leave, he must solve Doriss problem. Kenan Thompson (of Saturday Night Live fame) is charming as Albert, who demonstrates the power of believing in ones self by never letting anything (including his size) get in the way of his goals.

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Release Date: 13 March 2006
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Joel Zwick

Region 2
Running Time: 89 minutes
Production Year: 2004
Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: 2378801000