A Plumm Summer
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A Plumm Summer


The journey is never what we expect

Froggy Doo, the wisecracking marionette operated and voiced by Happy Herb, is loved by all the kids – all the kids except young Elliott Plumm.  Elliott (13) has outgrown the show and no longer believes in Froggy Doo; in fact, he doesn’t believe in much of anything anymore, least of all himself, which causes a considerable amount of tension between him and his five year-old brother Rocky, who believes in everything – especially Froggy Doo.

What’s real for Elliott is the anxiety he feels at home.  His father, Mick, an ex-boxer, treats his oldest son as though he’s invisible, and secretly blames the boy for his not going to the Olympics thirteen years ago.  His mother, Roxie, loves him dearly, but is so busy trying to keep the bills paid, her husband sober, and her marriage together that she doesn’t have much time left for her firstborn son. 

Initially, Elliott has no interest in the Frog-napping, but when an odd-looking trailer pulls onto the empty lot next door carrying young Haley (a new neighbor, junior sleuth, and Trixie Belden fan), everything changes.  Soon, Elliott, Haley, and Rocky band together and embark on a mission to find Froggy Doo.  And what starts out as a lark for Elliott becomes increasingly essential as the stakes for him rise dramatically: if he can crack the case before the FBI, he could win the heart of the girl he’s falling for, bond with his little brother, give his mother the reward money, and maybe, just maybe… earn his father’s love.

But the journey is never what we expect, and by the end of the road, everyone has learned a lot more than just who kidnapped Froggy Doo.

Special Features:

Audio Commentary By Writer/Director Caroline Zelder & Writer/Producer Frank Antonelli
Gag Reel
Deleted Scenes
Behind The Scenes Music Video
Behind The Scenes On The Red Carpet
Theatrical Trailer

"Just as coast-to-coast networks threaten to make local children’s programming a thing of the past, we get this report from Peaks View, Montana, last bastion of mom and pop programming… Froggy Doo has been kidnapped.  That’s right folks, Froggy Doo, local TV legend and certified puppet, disappeared during a live show in front of hundreds of young fans.  And if that’s not strange enough, J. Edgar Hoover himself has sent two agents in to investigate the disappearance of Peaks View’s favorite frog.  I kid you not." - David Brinkley, on the Huntley-Brinkley Report in 1968

A Plumm Summer Details:

MPAA Rating: PG
Format: DVD Region 1 - Widescreen  What's a Region Code?
Closed Captions: Yes
Product Release Date:
Length/Run Time: 101 minutes
Produced By: Caroline Zelder, Frank Antonelli
Directed By: Caroline Zelder
UPC/ISBN Number: 097361396545
Public Performance Rights: Paramount Pictures

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Latest Reviews for A Plumm Summer

1 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDRebecca Le B, 02/25/2015
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3 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDAllan W, 04/26/2013
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5 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDJames B, 04/03/2013
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4 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDBrian F, 03/28/2013
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3 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDDanielle B, 10/19/2012
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5 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDKatherine R, 06/25/2012
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4 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDSherri L, 09/09/2011

well done

liked by my 10 grand-children although a little too long for the 6 and under kids.

I would recomment this to all parents and grand-parents. Be prepared to discuss seversl issues
4 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDLeanne J, 09/02/2010
Cute movie!! Did have 1 cuss word but a very good movie all around.
5 of 5 Stars! A Plumm Summer - DVDJona D, 06/29/2010
This was a great movie!! It had mom and dad troubles and kid troubles. No bad words at all just a great movie for the whole family.
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