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Bob

Bob
Bob

Year

2009

Duration

4 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films, Silent

Language

No Dialogue


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Bob is an energetic hamster who enjoys running around his wheel. When he spots a female friend ahead of him, he’s keen to catch up with her, but he can’t quite seem to do so no matter how fast or hard he runs. Travelling across some of the world’s most famous sites – from the Eiffel Tower to the Golden Gate Bridge – Bob refuses to slow down…

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