Son of Flubber

Son of Flubber

Streaming Video - 1963
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Medfield's lovable but hopelessly absent-minded professor - Ned Brainard (Fred MacMurray) - bounces back in this classic Disney film with hilarious new mishaps when he experiments with the amazing by-products of his startling anti-gravity substance, "flubber." Windows shatter, football players fly, and thunderstorms materialize indoors as Professor Brainard fights to keep Medfield College from falling into the hands of ruthless land developer Alonzo Hawk (Keenan Wynn).
Publisher: [United States] : Walt Disney Pictures, 1963.
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 102 min.)) :,sd., col.
digital, rda
video file, rda
Alternative Title: Walt Disney presents


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Feb 08, 2018

For me to say that this "Gosh! Golly! Gee!' Disney picture (from 1963) could've been a whole lot better than it was would truly be an understatement like never before imagined.

With its utterly cheap, laughable, old-school visual effects - "Son of Flubber" was, indeed, a mighty disappointing SyFy/Comedy story concerning Prof. Brainard's brilliant invention of anti-gravity gas.

And, with that as its premiss - This picture's plot-line, literally, had a whole, big world of creative potential sitting right there on its very doorstep waiting to be explored to the max.

But - Unfortunately - This dismal "product-of-its-time" wimped out to the absolute nth degree.

And - As a result - All that "Son of Flubber" amounted to being was just another pathetic pile of forgettable nonsense that had "childish drivel" clearly written all over it.

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