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Luke Duncan almost 5 years ago
Had its moments but overall it was poorly written.
Michael Cole almost 5 years ago
Cruddy animation and a subpar story
Edsel Dope over 6 years ago
Bébé's Kids (released on VHS and DVD as Robin Harris' Bébé's Kids) is a 1992 animated comedy film produced by the Reginald Hudlin and Hyperion Pictures, directed by Bruce W. Smith, and released on July 31, 1992 by Paramount Pictures. The first animated feature to feature an entirely African-American main cast, the film is based upon comedian Robin Harris' "Bébé's Kids" stand-up comedy act. It features the voices of Faizon Love, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Marques Houston, Nell Carter, and Tone Lōc. Tom Everett, Rich Little, and Louie Anderson also lend their voices. The film is based on a stand-up routine of Robin Harris that is shown in a brief live-action segment at the beginning of the film. The story of the film begins with an animated version of Harris (Faizon Love) woefully recounting his troubles to a blind bartender. He traces his problems all the way back to Jamika (Vanessa Bell Calloway), an attractive female that he met at a funeral. Outside the premises, Robin approaches Jamika...
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