Over the hedge, DreamWorks presents ; directed by Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick ; produced by Bonnie Arnold ; screenplay by Len Blum and Lorne Cameron & David Hoselton and Karey Kirkpatrick
The work Over the hedge, DreamWorks presents ; directed by Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick ; produced by Bonnie Arnold ; screenplay by Len Blum and Lorne Cameron & David Hoselton and Karey Kirkpatrick represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • Over the hedge, DreamWorks presents ; directed by Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick ; produced by Bonnie Arnold ; screenplay by Len Blum and Lorne Cameron & David Hoselton and Karey Kirkpatrick
Main title
  • Over the hedge
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  • DreamWorks presents ; directed by Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick ; produced by Bonnie Arnold ; screenplay by Len Blum and Lorne Cameron & David Hoselton and Karey Kirkpatrick
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Upon waking up after hibernation, a group of forest animals discover that a tall hedge has appeared out of nowhere, half their forest is gone, and they have little to no food left. Their leader Verne, a nervous turtle, suggests they must adapt. Newcomer RJ the raccoon gives them another option: go over the hedge and get food from the humans! The other forest animals quickly give in to RJ's blandishments, sneaking into the human world to get all the food they can grab. What they don't know is that RJ is actually in debt to Vincent, a huge, hungry bear. RJ has stolen all of Vincent's food, and Vincent has warned RJ that unless it's all back before the full moon, RJ will regret having stolen it, because then RJ takes its place!
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: PG; for some rude humor and mild comic action
OCLC Number
  • 70691984
Runtime
  • 83
Table of contents
  • Just take what you need -- It's spring! -- Let's call it Steve -- Gateway to the good life -- Welcome to suburbia -- RJ you can stay -- Rabid squirrel -- Sugar rush -- Ozzie's performance -- The food's gone -- Here's the plan -- Animals are in the house -- RJ to the rescue -- Go Hammy -- Welcome to the family -- End credits
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  • general
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  • animation
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