G | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
Maggie Peyton, the new owner of Herbie, Number 53, the free-wheelin' Volkswagen bug with a mind of its own, puts the car through its paces on the road to becoming a NASCAR competitor.
Director Angela Robinson said in the commentary that she purposely left hidden crew equipment and cheap camera tricks in the film to give Herbie fans something to look for that was fun, and also just to simply aggravate her editor, who practically begged her to ... ...
Herbie, she's too young for you.
In the final race scene, Maggie's hair goes from in front of her face to behind her ears when she first puts on her helmet, with no time for her to have made the change. When she wins the race and removes her helmet, her hair is still behind her ears, yet, when she stands up to face the crowds, her hair is over her face again.
The opening credits is a tribute to Herbie's career, with clips from all his previous movie, excluding to his "Wonderful World of Disney" film, leading up to where he is now in the events of the film.
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