History Film / FatAlbert

17th Apr '18 5:18:08 PM akaun6899
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* RunningGag: Bucky asks a question about something, to which Dumb Donald responds "I don't know". Bucky says he wasn't talking to him and Donald repeats that statement, and the two start to argue before Bill stops them. This happens at least [[RuleOfThree three times]], with the final time culminating in Bill snapping "don't start" before the arguing can escalate.
8th Mar '18 11:06:26 PM Mdumas43073
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The ''Fat Albert'' movie was produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox and released on Christmas Day 2004. It is the live action remake of the 70's series ''WesternAnimation/{{Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids}}'', written by Creator/BillCosby and directed by Joel Zwick and starring Kenan Thompson as the title role.

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The ''Fat Albert'' movie was produced by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox and released on Christmas Day 2004. It is the live action remake live-action reboot of the 70's '70s animated series ''WesternAnimation/{{Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids}}'', written by Creator/BillCosby and Creator/BillCosby, directed by Joel Zwick Zwick, and starring Kenan Thompson as the title role.
23rd Dec '17 11:04:28 AM nombretomado
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The ''Fat Albert'' movie was produced by [[TwentiethCenturyFox 20th Century Fox]] and released on Christmas Day 2004. It is the live action remake of the 70's series ''WesternAnimation/{{Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids}}'', written by Creator/BillCosby and directed by Joel Zwick and starring Kenan Thompson as the title role.

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The ''Fat Albert'' movie was produced by [[TwentiethCenturyFox 20th Century Fox]] Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox and released on Christmas Day 2004. It is the live action remake of the 70's series ''WesternAnimation/{{Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids}}'', written by Creator/BillCosby and directed by Joel Zwick and starring Kenan Thompson as the title role.
3rd Nov '17 1:04:54 PM ngh93
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27th Jul '17 10:09:15 AM xcountryguy
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* AlphaBitch: Heather and her friends (the ones who invite Fat Albert and the gang to the party)

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* AlphaBitch: Heather and her friends (the ones who invite Fat Albert and the gang to the party)a party hoping to humiliate them.



-->'''Fat Albert''': Uh...I can't take my sweater off 'cause... ''(whispers)'' [-I dunno what's underneath it-].

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-->'''Fat Albert''': Uh... I can't take my sweater off 'cause... ''(whispers)'' [-I dunno what's underneath it-].



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* SpecialGuest: Creator/BillCosby (the writer of not only the film but the series) appears in the movie when Fat Albert visits his house to ask for advice. He warns him that if he doesn't get back to the TV, he will turn to celluloid dust.

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SecondaryCharacterTitle: Fat Albert himself is more of a supporting character to Doris.
* SpecialGuest: Creator/BillCosby (the writer of not only the film but the series) appears in the movie when Fat Albert visits his house to ask for advice. He warns him that if he doesn't get back to the TV, he will turn to celluloid dust.



* ToAbsentFriends: [[spoiler: The ending includes a cameo appearance where all of the now elderly "real life" Junkyard Gang including Bill (Cosby) of course, gather at their late friend Albert's grave.]]

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* ToAbsentFriends: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The ending includes a cameo appearance where all of the now elderly "real life" Junkyard Gang including Bill (Cosby) of course, gather at their late friend Albert's grave.]]
10th Feb '17 7:30:11 PM creader
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* TookALevelInKindness: Both in and out of TV Land, Rudy is significantly nicer and more helpful than his original cartoon counterpart.
17th Aug '16 2:55:18 PM AFreakyDude
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The story follows around a lonely teenage girl named Doris (Kyla Pratt) whose foster sister, Lauri (Dania Ramirez), is more popular than her and whose grandfather died before the events of the movie. After having another bad day, she tunes into Fat Albert and in the middle of one of their re-runs, she starts crying, causing a tear to hit the remote. This opens a portal between the cartoon world and the real world. Fat Albert notices this and, compelled to help her, enters the real world through the TV; soon, the gang follows. This causes all the characters to change from animated to real. However arrogant jock Reggie (Omarian Grandberry), begins to grow suspicious of Fat Albert and the gang.

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The story follows around a lonely teenage girl named Doris (Kyla Pratt) (Creator/KylaPratt) whose foster sister, Lauri (Dania Ramirez), is more popular than her and whose grandfather died before the events of the movie. After having another bad day, she tunes into Fat Albert and in the middle of one of their re-runs, she starts crying, causing a tear to hit the remote. This opens a portal between the cartoon world and the real world. Fat Albert notices this and, compelled to help her, enters the real world through the TV; soon, the gang follows. This causes all the characters to change from animated to real. However arrogant jock Reggie (Omarian Grandberry), begins to grow suspicious of Fat Albert and the gang.
14th Apr '16 12:08:20 AM Killerweinerdog
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--> '''Albert''': (after picking Reggie up by the collar) Hey, hey, hey. '''''Get out of my way.'''''

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--> '''Albert''': (after picking (picking Reggie up by the collar) Hey, hey, hey. '''''Get out of my way.'''''
14th Apr '16 12:06:54 AM Killerweinerdog
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--> '''Albert''': (after picking Reggie up like a doll with one hand) Hey, hey, hey. '''''Get out of my way.'''''

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--> '''Albert''': (after picking Reggie up like a doll with one hand) by the collar) Hey, hey, hey. '''''Get out of my way.'''''
14th Apr '16 12:05:14 AM Killerweinerdog
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Albert, true to his character, is as jolly and friendly as they come...but when [[TheBully Reggie]] blocks his way while Albert is trying to return to the TV before he fades into celloid dust, he makes it ''exceedingly'' clear to Reg that he has no time for games.
--> '''Albert''': (after picking Reggie up like a doll with one hand) Hey, hey, hey. '''''Get out of my way.'''''
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