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Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids Vol. 4: Funny Business [VHS]

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  • Actors: Kenan Thompson, Kyla Pratt, Omarion Grandberry, Marques Houston, Dania Ramirez
  • Directors: Joel Zwick
  • Writers: Bill Cosby, Charles Kipps
  • Producers: Alexander H. Gayner, Bill Cosby, Camille O. Cosby, Jeffrey Stott, John Davis
  • Format: NTSC
  • Rated:
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Uav Corporation
  • VHS Release Date: August 29, 1989
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
  • ASIN: 6301515315
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #518,811 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

"Hey Hey Hey! It's Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids." They really know how to have fun. At the same time they learn something very important about life and people around them. In this volume SHANA, a little girl in Fat Albert's class, has a hearing problem which she refuses to recognize. Fat Albert and the Kids try to make her face up to her problem. In the other episodes Fat Albert gets a crush on a girl and the kids give him a hard time, then one of the gang finds out that a physical handicap does not mean the end of the world. "The bright cartoon colors of the Saturday morning classic Fat Albert get brought into the real world--or a Hollywood facsimile of reality, at any rate. When a teenage girl named Doris (Kyla Pratt) sheds a tear onto her TV's remote control, her unhappiness summons Fat Albert (Kenan Thompson, Barbershop 2), Mushmouth, Dumb Donald, Old Weird Harold, and the rest of the gang from Bill Cosby's popular cartoon (inspired by his childhood memories of growing up in Philadelphia). Doris is, to say the least, a little freaked out and doesn't really want Fat Albert to help solve her problems--but with the blithe confidence that only cartoon characters can have, Fat Albert and the gang follow her to school to root out the source of her misery. One of the movie's problems (which are legion) is that Doris's world isn't much more real than the cartoon one; it's a sterile, clean-cut caricature of a city neighborhood. In fact, the whole movie feels suspiciously like a commercial for a DVD of Fat Albert cartoons, an advertisement for which actually appears in the movie, making for a bizarrely self-referential product placement. Thompson, surprisingly, hangs on to his dignity in the face of the inane proceedings and even gives Fat Albert a hint of gravitas." --Bret Fetzer.

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