- Writers: Andy Riley, Kevin Cecil, Richard Curtis
- Format: VHS
- Studio: BBC
- VHS Release Date: 24 Nov. 2003
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0000D1EY8
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 348,824 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Robbie The Reindeer Hooves of Fire/Legend of the Lost Tribe
Overcoming dastardly villains and his own ineptitude to find love, adventure and freedom. Robbie the Reindeer is an accident-prone, well-intentioned action hero whose adventures take place in Coldchester, the most northerly town in the world. This video shows both Hooves of Fire and Legend of the Lost Tribe brought together for the first time in one hilarious package. See Robbie face his greatest challenge ever, helped by his pals, inspired by his mentor and spurred on by the love of a good doe. But can Robbie make a heroic effort and triumph in the everlasting fight of good against evil? Twice? Featuring the voices of Ardal OHanlon, Jane Horrocks, Steve Coogan, Jeff Goldblum and many others.
Hooves of Fire
Robbie must fulfil his destiny to run the race of his life and take on his fathers sworn enemy if he can get out of bed on time.
Legend of the Lost Tribe
Robbie is on a quest to discover a lost tribe of Viking warriors facing deadly traps, dastardly foes and an angry girlfriend along the way.
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Like Christmas itself this has become a feature in our household, with my 10 and 4 years olds unable to get enough of Robbie, Santa (whose a fashion victim, and the other brilliantly created characters. I personally like the Des Lynham / Alan Hansen impressions as they cover the 'Reindeer games' - sponsored by Hay. Its also written on two levels (for kids and adults) so the puns can be enjoyed by oldies and the young ones.
We watch it all year round and my advice would be to just buy it, watch it and enjoy - you pick up different things each time you watch it. The (not so) cameo from Robbie Williams is fun aswell.
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If you have not watched 'Robbie' you are missing out on one of life's classics!