Herbie Rides Again

Herbie Rides Again
Herbie Rides Again

Year

1974

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The first sequel to the original Love Bug movie. Despite the absence of the original cast, the all-important ingredients of fun-fuelled action and Herbie's charm remain. The quirky plot has a property tycoon trying to build a skyscraper, but he can't buy the last plot of land he needs. Standing in his way is brave Grandma Steinmetz who refuses to move from her little home. When the going gets tough for Grandma, Herbie - the car with a mind of its own - comes to her aid.

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Contains no sex, violence or bad language.

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