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[[caption-width:256:Denmark loves it! Everyone else... is pretty much unaware the thing exists.]]

'''Jungledyret Hugo''' (also known as '''Go Hugo Go''' in the English version) is a Danish animated film series by [=A.FilmA/S=] about a little mammal named Hugo, who is one of a kind.

The first film introduces us to Hugo, an apparently one-of-a-kind anthropomorphic animal who lives in a jungle. Youthful and carefree, Hugo is prone to playing practical jokes on his friends, Zig and Zag the monkeys. His idyllic lifestyle is interrupted when he is captured by the CEO of a famed movie company, Conrad Cupmann, to be a co-star in a Hollywood-style film. In order to return from Copenhagen to his jungle home, he must escape with the help of a newly found friend, Rita the fox.

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.

In 2003, the franchise was made into an animated TV series. It led up to the events of the third film. Thirteen episodes of 26 minutes were produced, and originally aired 2003-2004.

The third film , '''Jungledyret 3''', 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.

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!!This series contains examples of:
* AllCgiCartoon: The third one.
* AmusingInjuries
* ArtEvolution: The first film looks like a Creator/DonBluth film, but the second has its own style.
** Rita's design in particular changes with each film.
* ArtisticAge: See OlderThanTheyLook below.
* BadExportForYou: North America only got fullscreen, cut, and poorly dubbed versions of the first and second films. [[SarcasmMode Thanks, Miramax!]]
* BeYourself:
--> '''Hugo''': They want me to be completely different from what I am. Why do I have to be different? Why can't they just be different themselves??
--> '''Rita''': I like you the way you are.
--> '''Hugo''': You're my... best friend too.
** [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot Sadly, this plot point is never expanded upon.]]
* BigEater: Hugo.
** ExtremeOmnivore: That poor candle.
* BookEnds: The first film begins with a musical number about Hugo's daily routine, which consists of playing in the jungle with his friends. It ends with the same musical number, but now Meatball Charlie is playing too.
** In the beginning of the third film, Hugo and his old friends are singing in the jungle... in Hugo's dreams. At the end, the song is reprised, this time in Junglandia's nature reserve with Rita and the pup present.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: The English versions by Miramax.
* BrandishmentBluff: Hugo repeatedly claims that he is poisonous or diseased to scare off predators, to varying degrees of success.
** YouDontWantToCatchThis
* {{Bulungi}}: Junglandia. As seen in the third film, it is actually in South America, somewhere around Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.
* CatchPhrase: Wulle wulle wah!
** You're impossible!
* CartoonCreature: Hugo.
* CatsAreMean: All over the series. Alleycats in the first film, a jaguar and a lynx during the TV series, and another jaguar in the third film.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Conrad Cupmann. The dude burns down a forest just to lure out Hugo.
* CuteLittleFangs: Both the main leads.
* DarkerAndEdgier: The second film features much more emotional drama than the other installments.
* DeadpanSnarker: Rita and Hugo. [[LittleMissSnarker Mostly Rita.]]
* DenserAndWackier: The animated series starts off mundane enough, but during the final few episodes Hugo and Rita travel to the North Pole with one of Santa's elves, and encounter a tribe of troll-like creatures along the way.
* DisneyAcidSequence: When Izabella [[SanitySlippage loses her marbles]] over her obsession with catching Hugo, the scene transitions into her imagination, in which she repeatedly grabs Hugo only for him to transform into strange things, including ''herself'', all while she [[LaughingMad giggles unsettlingly]]. The scene in question was cut from the English dub, but you can watch the Danish version with English subtitles [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=X8jgjd0SXWY#t=3787s here]].
* DumbBlonde: Barbie Turner.
* EarnYourHappyEnding
* EasyAmnesia: The first episode of the animated series involves Hugo getting hit by a church bell and forgetting that he's not in the jungle anymore (and also Rita's name).
* EvilIsHammy: Izabella.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: The relationship between Hugo and Rita is obivous to everyone and many character lampshades on it. Even [[BigBad Cupmann]] can see it, and so he went into the MoralEventHorizon in the second movie when he decided to send bloodhounds to kill Rita due to her "bad influence" over Hugo.
* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: In the second film, Conrad tries to shoot Hugo with [[TranquilizerDart Tranquilizer Darts]]. In the third film, the gun is replaced with a crossbow, but there is a statue of General Maximus wielding a rifle. Averted in the animated series, however.
* FriendlyTickleTorture
* FunnyAnimal
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: The sole purpose of the rat in the third film.
* FurryFandom: You know it!
* GospelRevivalNumber: The [[CrowningMomentOfFunny pig song]].
* GravityIsAHarshMistress
* HakunaMatata: ''Wulle Wulle Wap Wap'' in the first film, ''Frank, Cheeky, and Free'' in the third.
* HartmanHips: Izabella.
* HeelFaceTurn: Most of the antagonists of the third film, except for Professor Strix.
** Barbie Turner in the second film.
* HeroicComedicSociopath: Hugo is unabashedly a dick to some of the characters he meets along the way. For example, breaking a show dog's trophies to create a diversion, and stealing a squirrel's acorn hoard under the pretense of teaching a game.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Conrad Cupmann.
* HumanlikeFootAnatomy: Hugo.
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust, with the exception of Meatball Charlie.
* [[HumanSnowball Pig Snowball]]
* IdleRich: Croesus.
* ImpliedLoveInterest: Hugo and Rita.
** Implied with the subtlety of an anvil on the head.
** InterspeciesRomance
* {{Kissgusting}}
* LivingCrashpad: Rita in the first TV series episode.
* MadeMyselfSad: Hugo misses Rita so badly that just mentioning her kills his storytelling mood.
* MadScientist: Professor Strix.
* MeatgrinderSurgery: Nearly happens to Hugo during Strix's VillainSong.
* ModernMajorGeneral: Generalissimo Maximillion Maximus: Skilled ruler, smooth negotiator... never once seen actually leading an army, nor is it even confirmed that Junglandia ''has'' an army.
* MovieMakingMess: [[{{Understatement}} Hugo does not like]] [[HilarityEnsues being a movie star.]]
** SpecialEffectsFailure
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Izabella Scorpio. (Renamed to [[{{Bowdlerise}} Izabella Dehavalot]] in the English dub)
** General Maximus' dog is named {{Satan}}.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Michael Snackson (Jack Michaelson in the English version)
* OffModel: In one scene of the first movie, Hugo is at one point drawn so small he fits inside the bed of a ''dollhouse.''
* OlderThanTheyLook: Rita comments on several occasions that soon she will be old enough to have her own den. And Hugo, despite his "cute & fuzzy" look, talks and acts like someone clearly in his teens.
* {{Paparazzi}}: Blitz and Smuds.
* PricelessMingVase: "And now the ugly one!" ''CRASH!''
* ProductPlacement: Extremely subtle. While Hugo is being driven to the harbor on the banana truck, a Coca-Cola sign can be seen. The same sign is seen again at the end, when Meatball Charlie is taking Hugo back to the jungle.
* PunchClockVillain: Donna Prima. She is the only antagonist who likes Hugo from the start and wants to see him treated well.
* PutOnABus: Rita's family, whom she repeatedly voices concern over during the first two films, then abandons almost without noticing.
* ReluctantMadScientist: Professor Sturmdrang. (Doctor Loongkoffer in the English dub)
* RubberMan: Chief Iztintatel.
* RubeGoldbergDevice: Used to catch Hugo in the beginning of the third movie.
* ShoutOut: The motivational song Hugo sings to the pigs is obviously a Baptist gospel.
** In one episode of the animated series, Hugo puts on a red shirt to keep warm in the Arctic. He looks almost exactly like Disney/WinnieThePooh.
* SkywardScream: "''RITA!''"
* StupidCrooks: The recurring gangsters in the animated series.
* ThatPoorPlant: A flower gets hit with a TranquilizerDart in the third film, causing it to droop pitifully.
* TheLoad: The jungle pup.
* TheStoner: There's a butterfly in the third movie that is quite clearly high as a kite.
* ThisIsGoingToBeHuge: Every antagonist's motivation for catching Hugo. Movies, and movie merchandise, and perfume, and cloned pets, and and and...
* ThoseTwoGuys: [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Zig and Zag.]]
* [[TotemPoleTrench Totem Pole Scarecrow]]
* {{Tsundere}}: Rita.
* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Barbie Turner retrieves a cigar from her cleavage.
* VillainSong: ''And I Will Be The Star of Science'' from the third movie.
* VomitDiscretionShot: In the first movie, Hugo gets seasick inside a burlap sack, but it's too dark to see. In the third movie, the comic relief rat gets airsick and throws up in Strix's boot... while he's wearing it. [[FailedASpotCheck He doesn't notice.]]
* WhipItGood: [[SincerityMode Do not put a leash on Hugo.]]

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[[caption-width:256:Denmark loves it! Everyone else... is pretty much unaware the thing exists.]]

'''Jungledyret Hugo''' (also known as '''Go Hugo Go''' in the English version) is a Danish animated film series by [=A.FilmA/S=] about a little mammal named Hugo, who is one of a kind.

The first film introduces us to Hugo, an apparently one-of-a-kind anthropomorphic animal who lives in a jungle. Youthful and carefree, Hugo is prone to playing practical jokes on his friends, Zig and Zag the monkeys. His idyllic lifestyle is interrupted when he is captured by the CEO of a famed movie company, Conrad Cupmann, to be a co-star in a Hollywood-style film. In order to return from Copenhagen to his jungle home, he must escape with the help of a newly found friend, Rita the fox.

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.

In 2003, the franchise was made into an animated TV series. It led up to the events of the third film. Thirteen episodes of 26 minutes were produced, and originally aired 2003-2004.

The third film , '''Jungledyret 3''', 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.

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!!This series contains examples of:
* AllCgiCartoon: The third one.
* AmusingInjuries
* ArtEvolution: The first film looks like a Creator/DonBluth film, but the second has its own style.
** Rita's design in particular changes with each film.
* ArtisticAge: See OlderThanTheyLook below.
* BadExportForYou: North America only got fullscreen, cut, and poorly dubbed versions of the first and second films. [[SarcasmMode Thanks, Miramax!]]
* BeYourself:
--> '''Hugo''': They want me to be completely different from what I am. Why do I have to be different? Why can't they just be different themselves??
--> '''Rita''': I like you the way you are.
--> '''Hugo''': You're my... best friend too.
** [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot Sadly, this plot point is never expanded upon.]]
* BigEater: Hugo.
** ExtremeOmnivore: That poor candle.
* BookEnds: The first film begins with a musical number about Hugo's daily routine, which consists of playing in the jungle with his friends. It ends with the same musical number, but now Meatball Charlie is playing too.
** In the beginning of the third film, Hugo and his old friends are singing in the jungle... in Hugo's dreams. At the end, the song is reprised, this time in Junglandia's nature reserve with Rita and the pup present.
* {{Bowdlerise}}: The English versions by Miramax.
* BrandishmentBluff: Hugo repeatedly claims that he is poisonous or diseased to scare off predators, to varying degrees of success.
** YouDontWantToCatchThis
* {{Bulungi}}: Junglandia. As seen in the third film, it is actually in South America, somewhere around Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.
* CatchPhrase: Wulle wulle wah!
** You're impossible!
* CartoonCreature: Hugo.
* CatsAreMean: All over the series. Alleycats in the first film, a jaguar and a lynx during the TV series, and another jaguar in the third film.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Conrad Cupmann. The dude burns down a forest just to lure out Hugo.
* CuteLittleFangs: Both the main leads.
* DarkerAndEdgier: The second film features much more emotional drama than the other installments.
* DeadpanSnarker: Rita and Hugo. [[LittleMissSnarker Mostly Rita.]]
* DenserAndWackier: The animated series starts off mundane enough, but during the final few episodes Hugo and Rita travel to the North Pole with one of Santa's elves, and encounter a tribe of troll-like creatures along the way.
* DisneyAcidSequence: When Izabella [[SanitySlippage loses her marbles]] over her obsession with catching Hugo, the scene transitions into her imagination, in which she repeatedly grabs Hugo only for him to transform into strange things, including ''herself'', all while she [[LaughingMad giggles unsettlingly]]. The scene in question was cut from the English dub, but you can watch the Danish version with English subtitles [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=X8jgjd0SXWY#t=3787s here]].
* DumbBlonde: Barbie Turner.
* EarnYourHappyEnding
* EasyAmnesia: The first episode of the animated series involves Hugo getting hit by a church bell and forgetting that he's not in the jungle anymore (and also Rita's name).
* EvilIsHammy: Izabella.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: The relationship between Hugo and Rita is obivous to everyone and many character lampshades on it. Even [[BigBad Cupmann]] can see it, and so he went into the MoralEventHorizon in the second movie when he decided to send bloodhounds to kill Rita due to her "bad influence" over Hugo.
* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: In the second film, Conrad tries to shoot Hugo with [[TranquilizerDart Tranquilizer Darts]]. In the third film, the gun is replaced with a crossbow, but there is a statue of General Maximus wielding a rifle. Averted in the animated series, however.
* FriendlyTickleTorture
* FunnyAnimal
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: The sole purpose of the rat in the third film.
* FurryFandom: You know it!
* GospelRevivalNumber: The [[CrowningMomentOfFunny pig song]].
* GravityIsAHarshMistress
* HakunaMatata: ''Wulle Wulle Wap Wap'' in the first film, ''Frank, Cheeky, and Free'' in the third.
* HartmanHips: Izabella.
* HeelFaceTurn: Most of the antagonists of the third film, except for Professor Strix.
** Barbie Turner in the second film.
* HeroicComedicSociopath: Hugo is unabashedly a dick to some of the characters he meets along the way. For example, breaking a show dog's trophies to create a diversion, and stealing a squirrel's acorn hoard under the pretense of teaching a game.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Conrad Cupmann.
* HumanlikeFootAnatomy: Hugo.
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust, with the exception of Meatball Charlie.
* [[HumanSnowball Pig Snowball]]
* IdleRich: Croesus.
* ImpliedLoveInterest: Hugo and Rita.
** Implied with the subtlety of an anvil on the head.
** InterspeciesRomance
* {{Kissgusting}}
* LivingCrashpad: Rita in the first TV series episode.
* MadeMyselfSad: Hugo misses Rita so badly that just mentioning her kills his storytelling mood.
* MadScientist: Professor Strix.
* MeatgrinderSurgery: Nearly happens to Hugo during Strix's VillainSong.
* ModernMajorGeneral: Generalissimo Maximillion Maximus: Skilled ruler, smooth negotiator... never once seen actually leading an army, nor is it even confirmed that Junglandia ''has'' an army.
* MovieMakingMess: [[{{Understatement}} Hugo does not like]] [[HilarityEnsues being a movie star.]]
** SpecialEffectsFailure
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Izabella Scorpio. (Renamed to [[{{Bowdlerise}} Izabella Dehavalot]] in the English dub)
** General Maximus' dog is named {{Satan}}.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Michael Snackson (Jack Michaelson in the English version)
* OffModel: In one scene of the first movie, Hugo is at one point drawn so small he fits inside the bed of a ''dollhouse.''
* OlderThanTheyLook: Rita comments on several occasions that soon she will be old enough to have her own den. And Hugo, despite his "cute & fuzzy" look, talks and acts like someone clearly in his teens.
* {{Paparazzi}}: Blitz and Smuds.
* PricelessMingVase: "And now the ugly one!" ''CRASH!''
* ProductPlacement: Extremely subtle. While Hugo is being driven to the harbor on the banana truck, a Coca-Cola sign can be seen. The same sign is seen again at the end, when Meatball Charlie is taking Hugo back to the jungle.
* PunchClockVillain: Donna Prima. She is the only antagonist who likes Hugo from the start and wants to see him treated well.
* PutOnABus: Rita's family, whom she repeatedly voices concern over during the first two films, then abandons almost without noticing.
* ReluctantMadScientist: Professor Sturmdrang. (Doctor Loongkoffer in the English dub)
* RubberMan: Chief Iztintatel.
* RubeGoldbergDevice: Used to catch Hugo in the beginning of the third movie.
* ShoutOut: The motivational song Hugo sings to the pigs is obviously a Baptist gospel.
** In one episode of the animated series, Hugo puts on a red shirt to keep warm in the Arctic. He looks almost exactly like Disney/WinnieThePooh.
* SkywardScream: "''RITA!''"
* StupidCrooks: The recurring gangsters in the animated series.
* ThatPoorPlant: A flower gets hit with a TranquilizerDart in the third film, causing it to droop pitifully.
* TheLoad: The jungle pup.
* TheStoner: There's a butterfly in the third movie that is quite clearly high as a kite.
* ThisIsGoingToBeHuge: Every antagonist's motivation for catching Hugo. Movies, and movie merchandise, and perfume, and cloned pets, and and and...
* ThoseTwoGuys: [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Zig and Zag.]]
* [[TotemPoleTrench Totem Pole Scarecrow]]
* {{Tsundere}}: Rita.
* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Barbie Turner retrieves a cigar from her cleavage.
* VillainSong: ''And I Will Be The Star of Science'' from the third movie.
* VomitDiscretionShot: In the first movie, Hugo gets seasick inside a burlap sack, but it's too dark to see. In the third movie, the comic relief rat gets airsick and throws up in Strix's boot... while he's wearing it. [[FailedASpotCheck He doesn't notice.]]
* WhipItGood: [[SincerityMode Do not put a leash on Hugo.]]

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24th Nov '13 10:32:24 AM scrooge20mcduck
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* OffModel: In one scene of the first movie, Hugo is at one point drawn so small he fits inside the bed of a ''dollhouse.''
6th Nov '13 12:50:10 PM captainpat
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Donna Prima.
7th Aug '13 6:56:04 AM Eshbaalauthr
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* TheStoner: There's a butterfly in the third movie that is quite clearly high as a kite.
15th Jun '13 5:36:08 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HumansAreBastards: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust, with the exception of Meatball Charlie.

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* HumansAreBastards: HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust, with the exception of Meatball Charlie.
8th Mar '13 5:14:14 PM LongLiveHumour
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** In one episode of the animated series, Hugo puts on a red shirt to keep warm in the Arctic. He looks almost exactly like WinnieThePooh.

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** In one episode of the animated series, Hugo puts on a red shirt to keep warm in the Arctic. He looks almost exactly like WinnieThePooh.Disney/WinnieThePooh.
3rd Mar '13 3:36:32 AM Dommie222
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* EveryoneCanSeeIt: The relationship between Hugo and Rita is obivous to everyone and many character lampshades on it. Even [[BigBad Cupmann]] can see it, and so he went into the MoralEventHorizon in the second movie when he decided to send bloodhounds to kill Rita due to her "bad influence" over Hugo.
24th Feb '13 1:00:00 PM KaiserYoshi
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In 2003, the franchise was made into an animated TV-series. It led up to the events of the third film. Thirteen episodes of 26 minutes were produced, and originally aired 2003-2004.

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In 2003, the franchise was made into an animated TV-series.TV series. It led up to the events of the third film. Thirteen episodes of 26 minutes were produced, and originally aired 2003-2004.



* ArtisticAge: See Older Than They Look below.
* BadExportForYou: North America only got fullscreen, cut, and badly dubbed versions of movies 1 & 2. [[SarcasmMode Thank you, Miramax!]]

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* ArtisticAge: See Older Than They Look OlderThanTheyLook below.
* BadExportForYou: North America only got fullscreen, cut, and badly poorly dubbed versions of movies 1 & 2. the first and second films. [[SarcasmMode Thank you, Thanks, Miramax!]]



* BookEnds: The first movie begins with a musical number about Hugo's daily routine, which consists of playing in the jungle with his friends. It ends with essentially the same musical number, but now Meatball Charlie is playing too.
** In the beginning of the third film, Hugo and friends are singing in the jungle... in Hugo's dreams. At the end, the song is reprised, this time in Junglandia's nature reserve.

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* BookEnds: The first movie film begins with a musical number about Hugo's daily routine, which consists of playing in the jungle with his friends. It ends with essentially the same musical number, but now Meatball Charlie is playing too.
** In the beginning of the third film, Hugo and his old friends are singing in the jungle... in Hugo's dreams. At the end, the song is reprised, this time in Junglandia's nature reserve.reserve with Rita and the pup present.



* {{Bulungi}}: Junglandia. As seen in the third movie, it is actually in South America, somewhere around Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.

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* {{Bulungi}}: Junglandia. As seen in the third movie, film, it is actually in South America, somewhere around Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.



* CartoonCreature: Hugo
* CatsAreMean: In the first film, they are.

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* CartoonCreature: Hugo
Hugo.
* CatsAreMean: In All over the series. Alleycats in the first film, they are.a jaguar and a lynx during the TV series, and another jaguar in the third film.



* DeadpanSnarker: Rita and Hugo.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Rita and Hugo. [[LittleMissSnarker Mostly Rita.]]



* DumbBlonde: Barbra Turner.

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* DumbBlonde: Barbra Barbie Turner.



* HartmanHips: Izabella

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* HartmanHips: IzabellaIzabella.



** Barbra Turner in the second film.

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** Barbra Barbie Turner in the second film.film.
* HeroicComedicSociopath: Hugo is unabashedly a dick to some of the characters he meets along the way. For example, breaking a show dog's trophies to create a diversion, and stealing a squirrel's acorn hoard under the pretense of teaching a game.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Conrad Cupmann.



* HumansAreBastards: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust. With the exception of Meatball Charlie.

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* HumansAreBastards: Hugo looks upon mankind with great distrust. With distrust, with the exception of Meatball Charlie.



* IdleRich: Croesus.



** Implied with the subtlety of an anvil on head.

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** Implied with the subtlety of an anvil on head.the head.
** InterspeciesRomance



* LivingCrashpad: Rita in the first series episode.

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* LivingCrashpad: Rita in the first TV series episode.



* ModernMajorGeneral: Generalissimo Maximillion Maximus: Skilled ruler, smooth negotiator... never once seen actually leading an army, nor is it even confirmed that Junglandia ''has'' an army.



* ReluctantMadScientist: Professor Sturmdrang.

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* PutOnABus: Rita's family, whom she repeatedly voices concern over during the first two films, then abandons almost without noticing.
* ReluctantMadScientist: Professor Sturmdrang. (Doctor Loongkoffer in the English dub)



* TheLoad: The jungle pup.



* ThoseTwoGuys: [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Zig and Zag]]

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* ThoseTwoGuys: [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Zig and Zag]]Zag.]]



* {{Tsundere}}: Rita
* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Barbra Turner retrieves a cigar from her cleavage.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Rita
Rita.
* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Barbra Barbie Turner retrieves a cigar from her cleavage.
23rd Feb '13 5:48:13 PM KaiserYoshi
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* AmusingInjuries



* BeYourself:
--> '''Hugo''': They want me to be completely different from what I am. Why do I have to be different? Why can't they just be different themselves??
--> '''Rita''': I like you the way you are.
--> '''Hugo''': You're my... best friend too.
** [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot Sadly, this plot point is never expanded upon.]]



** ExtremeOmnivore: That poor candle.



** In the beginning of the third film, Hugo and friends are singing in the jungle... in Hugo's dreams. At the end, the song is reprised, this time in Junglandia's nature reserve.



** YouDontWantToCatchThis
* {{Bulungi}}: Junglandia. As seen in the third movie, it is actually in South America, somewhere around Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.
* CatchPhrase: Wulle wulle wah!
** You're impossible!



* DumbBlonde: Barbie Turner.

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* DumbBlonde: Barbie Turner.Barbra Turner.
* EarnYourHappyEnding
* EasyAmnesia: The first episode of the animated series involves Hugo getting hit by a church bell and forgetting that he's not in the jungle anymore (and also Rita's name).



* FriendlyTickleTorture



* FunnyBackgroundEvent: The sole purpose of the rat in the third film.



* GravityIsAHarshMistress



* [[HumanSnowball Pig Snowball]]



* {{Kissgusting}}
* LivingCrashpad: Rita in the first series episode.
* MadeMyselfSad: Hugo misses Rita so badly that just mentioning her kills his storytelling mood.



* MeatgrinderSurgery: Nearly happens to Hugo during Strix's VillainSong.
* MovieMakingMess: [[{{Understatement}} Hugo does not like]] [[HilarityEnsues being a movie star.]]
** SpecialEffectsFailure



* PricelessMingVase: "And now the ugly one!" ''CRASH!''



* RubberMan: Chief Iztintatel.
* RubeGoldbergDevice: Used to catch Hugo in the beginning of the third movie.



** In one episode of the animated series, Hugo puts on a red shirt to keep warm in the Arctic. He looks almost exactly like WinnieThePooh.
* SkywardScream: "''RITA!''"
* StupidCrooks: The recurring gangsters in the animated series.
* ThatPoorPlant: A flower gets hit with a TranquilizerDart in the third film, causing it to droop pitifully.
* ThisIsGoingToBeHuge: Every antagonist's motivation for catching Hugo. Movies, and movie merchandise, and perfume, and cloned pets, and and and...



* [[TotemPoleTrench Totem Pole Scarecrow]]



* VillainSong: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqrRSbDwUww&feature=related And I will be the star of Science]] from the third movie.

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* VillainSong: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqrRSbDwUww&feature=related And ''And I will be the star Will Be The Star of Science]] Science'' from the third movie.
* VomitDiscretionShot: In the first movie, Hugo gets seasick inside a burlap sack, but it's too dark to see. In the third movie, the comic relief rat gets airsick and throws up in Strix's boot... while he's wearing it. [[FailedASpotCheck He doesn't notice.]]
* WhipItGood: [[SincerityMode Do not put a leash on Hugo.]]
22nd Feb '13 6:55:33 PM KaiserYoshi
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Donna Prima.


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* BrandishmentBluff: Hugo repeatedly claims that he is poisonous or diseased to scare off predators, to varying degrees of success.


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* DarkerAndEdgier: The second film features much more emotional drama than the other installments.


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* DenserAndWackier: The animated series starts off mundane enough, but during the final few episodes Hugo and Rita travel to the North Pole with one of Santa's elves, and encounter a tribe of troll-like creatures along the way.
* DisneyAcidSequence: When Izabella [[SanitySlippage loses her marbles]] over her obsession with catching Hugo, the scene transitions into her imagination, in which she repeatedly grabs Hugo only for him to transform into strange things, including ''herself'', all while she [[LaughingMad giggles unsettlingly]]. The scene in question was cut from the English dub, but you can watch the Danish version with English subtitles [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=X8jgjd0SXWY#t=3787s here]].


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* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: In the second film, Conrad tries to shoot Hugo with [[TranquilizerDart Tranquilizer Darts]]. In the third film, the gun is replaced with a crossbow, but there is a statue of General Maximus wielding a rifle. Averted in the animated series, however.


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* GospelRevivalNumber: The [[CrowningMomentOfFunny pig song]].
* HakunaMatata: ''Wulle Wulle Wap Wap'' in the first film, ''Frank, Cheeky, and Free'' in the third.


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* HeelFaceTurn: Most of the antagonists of the third film, except for Professor Strix.
** Barbra Turner in the second film.


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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Izabella Scorpio. (Renamed to [[{{Bowdlerise}} Izabella Dehavalot]] in the English dub)
** General Maximus' dog is named {{Satan}}.


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* {{Paparazzi}}: Blitz and Smuds.
* ProductPlacement: Extremely subtle. While Hugo is being driven to the harbor on the banana truck, a Coca-Cola sign can be seen. The same sign is seen again at the end, when Meatball Charlie is taking Hugo back to the jungle.
* PunchClockVillain: Donna Prima. She is the only antagonist who likes Hugo from the start and wants to see him treated well.
* ReluctantMadScientist: Professor Sturmdrang.
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