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George the Hedgehog (Polish: Jeż Jerzy) is a 2011 Polish animated comedy film directed by Wojciech Wawszczyk, Jakub Tarkowski and Tomasz Leśniak. It is based on the Jeż Jerzy comic books and tells a story where two neo-Nazis and a mad scientist create a clone of the titular character in an attempt to defeat him. The film's plot is a compilation of various stories from all of the Jeż Jerzy's comic albums except the newest (Jeż Jerzy: Musi umrzeć), which was published after the script was written. The film begins in the Professor's lab, where he and his Assistant conduct some experiments. As a result, the computer produces the image of a hedgehog. Professor sends his assistant to find one. Some time later, Jerzy and his colleagues are seen sitting under the palm on the Charles de Gaulle 's Roundabout in Warsaw. They attract the attention of two policewomen, who rush to arrest them, but instead they cause the road accident. A bus is about to crush a young boy, but Jerzy saves him. His...
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