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Herbie ist der Name eines perlweißen VW Käfers mit Faltdach als „Hauptdarsteller“ einer Kinofilm-Reihe der Walt Disney Studios. Herbie ist der Name eines perlweißen VW Käfers mit Faltdach als „​Hauptdarsteller“ einer Kinofilm-Reihe der Walt Disney Studios. Herbie ist kein gewöhnliches. Der Besitzer des Platzes macht sich über ihn lustig, als der LKW-Fahrer meint, Herbie könnte einmal ein Rennauto gewesen sein. Daraufhin weigert sich der Käfer. Herbie, der Auto-Superstar, voll in Fahrt! Mit von der Partie: Dean Jones, Michele Lee und Buddy Hackett. Der sensible und dickköpfige VW-Käfer schafft es. von 92 Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Herbie". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-Versand durch Amazon.

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Der VW-Käfer Herbie, einst gefürchteter Konkurrent bei Autorennen, hat seine besten Tage hinter sich und endet auf dem Autofriedhof von Crazy Dave. Herbie, der Auto-Superstar, voll in Fahrt! Mit von der Partie: Dean Jones, Michele Lee und Buddy Hackett. Der sensible und dickköpfige VW-Käfer schafft es. Top-Angebote für Herbie Dvd online entdecken bei eBay. Top Marken | Günstige Preise | Große Auswahl. Unter der Haube des Herbie, selbstverständlich mit der Original-Startnummer 53, verbirgt sich ein waschechter Porsche GT3 Cup MR von. Als Herbie wurde die Kultkugel legendär. Der Filmruhm führte zu einem erstaunlichen Käfer-Hype in Amerika, blieb aber ein One Hit Wonder. Der VW-Käfer Herbie, einst gefürchteter Konkurrent bei Autorennen, hat seine besten Tage hinter sich und endet auf dem Autofriedhof von Crazy Dave. Als Filmauto ist Herbie weltweit bekannt – Es gab jedoch nicht nur den einen perlweißen Volkswagen mit der Startnummer 53, sondern mehr. Herbie ist ein weißes (exakt: L87 Volkswagen Perlweiß) Volkswagen Exportmodell, Baujahr mit Sonnendach. Im Gegensatz zum gängigen Straßenmodell.

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According to a interview Mann had made at least 25 albums that were on the Billboard pop charts, success denied most of his jazz peers. In the early s he founded his own label, Embryo Records , distributed by Cotillion Records , a division of Atlantic Records.

He later set up Kokopelli Records after difficulty with established labels. His last appearance was on May 3, , at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and he died less than two months later on July 1, , at the age of 73, after a long battle with prostate cancer.

In a review of Mann's Beyond Brooklyn , his final recording co-led with Phil Woods , critic George Kanzler proposed that Mann's status as an innovator had been overlooked:.

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Views Read Edit View history. In The Love Bug , the rear seat driver sat low enough to see over the windshield but still out of the view of the camera.

For Herbie Rides Again and Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo , Disney installed a hood-mounted Carello fog light that concealed a small camera which allowed the rear seat driver to view the street and sit lower.

In the original film, The Love Bug , the original racing stripes differ from those in later movies; the stripes do not cover the valances or louvers of the car and the blue is a lighter shade.

Also, Herbie features color-keyed running boards, while in later films the running boards are standard black. During the film, depending on the scene, the wheels change from standard VW wheels although fitted with plain hubcaps with no VW logo to specially widened wheels on the racing Herbies.

During one scene when Tennessee is hanging out of the window , the "53" logo a. The door is also cut along the lower edge at an angle to enable the car to tilt over to the right on two wheels.

The hood-mounted VW logo was replaced with a plain disc of the same diameter, colored to match the body. All VWs logos were removed to avoid any trademark conflicts.

In Herbie Rides Again , Herbie features revised racing stripes, with the original blue switched to a dark navy. In addition, the stripes were applied over the valances and louvers, and the front hood was recycled for 's television series Herbie the Matchmaker.

Herbie also received a hood-mounted Carello fog light, and his running boards were now the more conventional black.

Additionally, Herbie was running on standard wheels yet again. Volkswagen also promoted the film by having a Type 1 Beetle, complete with Herbie livery, in every showroom.

There are various model errors in this film, such as the later "big window" post Beetles being used.

Also of note is the "cut-n-shut" engine cover after the warehouse break-in. The Beetle used was a late model, having a more bulbous flat-bottomed lid with an earlier rounded bottom edge welded on.

After the success of The Love Bug , the film was heavily endorsed by Volkswagen , which was in financial trouble at the time, when Beetle sales in North America were considerably lower than in previous decades.

As such, the company insisted that the VW logos appear on Herbie. Both the hub cap VW logo and hood-mounted VW logo were reinstated at the company's request.

Post Beetles did feature the fuel tank accessible on the right side behind the fender; the silver cap itself, however, was fake and added for the film's storyline.

He has a roll cage again, and he has Monte Carlo racing stickers on his windows one on the front window, two on the left back window, and one on the rear window.

Herbie still sports the hood-mounted Carello fog light with an added black cover sporting the company name.

He now has gray bucket seats instead of stitched seats. Throughout this film, Herbie has an asymmetrical door mirror.

Many of these cars were recycled for use in Herbie Goes Bananas. In Herbie Goes Bananas , the hood-mounted light, the grey roll cage bar, the Monte Carlo racing stickers and the silver gas cap were removed.

He still had his gray bucket seats, asymmetrical door mirror and his Goodyear GT Radial racing tires and rims, and Herbie's sunroof was the original light gray rather than the dark gray from Monte Carlo.

The rust seen on the car in this film was painted on some of the Herbies. The car that "walks the plank" in the movie was never recovered from the sea.

It was tossed overboard from the "M. Coromuel" ferry ship not The Sun Princess cruise ship. The car is somewhere between La Paz and Baja California.

The car thrown overboard was not a proper car and had many wooden parts. Herbie set a Guinness World Record as the first car to go through the Panama Canal during filming in Herbie's name is only mentioned 3 times in the film by the garage owner, apart from the two times Herbie honks his horn at Paco trying to say his name when Paco couldn't understand what Herbie was saying.

Some of these Herbie cars were recycled for Herbie, the Love Bug in One of the actual film cars used with its flip wheel chassis in the bullfighting scenes now resides in Sydney , Australia.

Another one was displayed in the Cars of the Stars Motor Museum until the museum's closure in Since then its new location remains unknown.

In The Love Bug television film there were some significant changes. The graphics used were copied from the Volkswagen of America decal kit, and the position on the front hood 53 was higher up.

The racing stripes were different sizes, and the shade of blue reverted to the lighter version used in the original movie.

The sunroof was a solid white vs. Herbie's wheels were standard Beetle wheels, instead of the wider GoodYear GT Radial racing tires used in Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo and Herbie Goes Bananas , and the seats were regular instead of the gray bucket seats he had previously had.

In Herbie: Fully Loaded , Herbie, who in this film seemed to be able to show emotions miming a face , went through several "costume changes" throughout the movie, changing his style dramatically from scene to scene.

More than 30 different Herbies were used during the shooting of this film [6] , and three original cars are known to be on display.

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He was then purchased by race driver Jim Douglas Dean Jones , who had earlier stood up for Herbie when Thorndyke kicked him. Tennessee Steinmetz Buddy Hackett , Jim's best friend and housemate, names the car "Herbie" after his uncle Herb, a middleweight boxer whose nose got shaped more and more like a Volkswagen Beetle, then makes Herbie a racing car.

Steinmetz Helen Hayes. During the film, it is explained that after several successful races with Herbie, Douglas entered foreign racing circuits while his sidekick Tennessee is residing in Tibet to help his ailing instructor.

During the film, it is revealed that Herbie has befriended other sentient VW Beetles and these team up with him to defeat Hawk, and we learn of the existence of other sentient objects briefly mentioned by Tennessee in the first film , such as Mrs.

Steinmetz's self-playing jukebox. Herbie also finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time when the stolen Etoile de Joie diamond is hidden in his gas tank.

Burns , who plans to enter Herbie in the Brazil Grand Primeo. Having fallen into the ocean, Herbie is rescued by Paco and disguised as a taxi, later to stop a gang of con artists from stealing ancient Inca gold.

Early in their partnership, Paco gives Herbie the nickname "Ocho" because he can't understand Herbie talking through his horn.

There, Douglas meets a woman named Susan MacLane and her three kids: Julie, Matthew, and Robbie, with the kids become friends to Herbie, But; however, a business man named Randy Bigelow want to get rid of Herbie and Douglas and get Susan back after they broke up during his wedding.

Here, Herbie's origins as a sentient Volkswagen Beetle are explained: an elderly German engineer named Dr. Gustav Stumpfel was building Herbie when a picture of his deceased wife fell into a vat of molten metal; with Stumpfel's love for her animating Herbie.

During the film, Stumpfel is forced to build an evil Volkswagen counterpart to Herbie, "Horace the Hate Bug", from a sample of Herbie's original metal.

Horace's personality is influenced by the narcissism of Herbie's former owner Simon when he has a picture of himself dropped into the metal vats, and kills Herbie during the film.

Stumpfel and have him race against Simon and Horace. In this race, Herbie ultimately divides himself in half as in the original film to win the race.

Over the years Herbie is passed down from owner to owner including someone named "Maxx", who left his driver suit inside the hood , competing in many races, until he starts losing constantly to newer and faster cars, and later found by a tow truck driver in a garage and carried to Crazy Dave's scrapyard and, later, bought by Maggie Peyton Lindsay Lohan in Herbie: Fully Loaded He is later modified, becoming a cc-engined car and participating in various races, from a demolition derby to the final race of the Nextel Cup Series.

Herbie eventually falls in love with a Volkswagen New Beetle which, at the end, is revealed to be a sentient car too.

Herbie has been the central character of five theatrical-release films, a made-for-TV movie, and a short-lived television series.

Dean Jones reprised his role as Jim Douglas for the series. Herbie's appearance remained consistent throughout the first four film entries as well as the television series.

There were only minor, subtle changes. The TV movie and Herbie: Fully Loaded featured major overhauls in Herbie's appearance, as there were different production crews working for Disney by this time.

In order to create the effect of Herbie driving himself, Disney concocted a detailed system of sprockets and pulleys connected to a second steering column under the front seat for a rear seat driver.

There was also a second set of pedal assemblies, clutch cables and a shifter extension. In The Love Bug , the rear seat driver sat low enough to see over the windshield but still out of the view of the camera.

For Herbie Rides Again and Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo , Disney installed a hood-mounted Carello fog light that concealed a small camera which allowed the rear seat driver to view the street and sit lower.

In the original film, The Love Bug , the original racing stripes differ from those in later movies; the stripes do not cover the valances or louvers of the car and the blue is a lighter shade.

Also, Herbie features color-keyed running boards, while in later films the running boards are standard black. During the film, depending on the scene, the wheels change from standard VW wheels although fitted with plain hubcaps with no VW logo to specially widened wheels on the racing Herbies.

During one scene when Tennessee is hanging out of the window , the "53" logo a. The door is also cut along the lower edge at an angle to enable the car to tilt over to the right on two wheels.

The hood-mounted VW logo was replaced with a plain disc of the same diameter, colored to match the body. All VWs logos were removed to avoid any trademark conflicts.

In Herbie Rides Again , Herbie features revised racing stripes, with the original blue switched to a dark navy.

Upset and angry, he smashes Jim's new car proving once and for all to him that he has a mind of his own.

While no one is looking, Herbie runs away and Jim goes out into the foggy city to find his little friend.

Herbie ruins his paintwork and wrecks his front. When he gets to the golden gate bridge, he tries to commit suicide with only Jim to stop him.

Jim slips and nearly falls off the bridge holding onto Herbie's bumper. Seeing his friend in trouble and sorry, he reverses and pulls him to safety as the police show up.

Herbie becomes impounded by charges pressed by Tang Wu. Tennessee tries to reason with the Chinese gentleman to drop the charges which he does after showing he's a huge racing fan of Jim and Herbie.

Wu willing drops the charges in exchange for becoming Herbie's new owner, which Jim accepts, as long as he's allowed to race him in the El Dorado.

If Jim wins, Wu will be able to keep the prize money, but has to sell Herbie back for a dollar. However, Thorndyke attempts to make sure the little car fails and uses all sorts of nasty tricks to keep him from winning.

After being slicked with oil, flipped upside down, and having his wheels knocked off, Herbie manages to limp to the finish last.

Despite Tennessee's best efforts, it looks as if Herbie will be unable to start the return leg of the race.

Thorndyke also shows up claiming that he is now his new owner and plans to do terrible things to him angering Jim and everyone else.

Herbie then unexpectedly lurches into life and angrily chases Thorndyke, showing he is more than willing to race on. Thanks to some ingenious shortcuts, Herbie and his friends become neck and neck with Thorndyke as they approach the finish line.

In the ensuing dogfight, Herbie's welded-together body splits in two. His back half crosses the line while his front rolls over the line just behind, meaning he takes both first and third place.

At the end of the film, Herbie is fully repaired and chauffeurs the newlywed Jim and Carole away on their honeymoon. Herbie continues to live in the old firehouse with Mrs.

Steinmetz Tennessee's aunt and Nicole Harris , while his driver is in Europe driving foreign cars. Herbie first met Willoughby Whitfield when he came over to try and convince Mrs.

Steinmetz to move out so Alonzo Hawk can proceed with construction of his new building. Both Herbie and Nicole took a dislike towards him especially when he didn't believe Herbie was alive.

Willoughby's tone towards Herbie soon changed when he took him for a joyride and entered a chicken jousting tournament. They made up and became friends when Willoughby came back the next day and gave him a gentle pat.

Hawk tried to kidnap him, little did he know the little car was alive and imminently stopped in the middle of the street when he called him a Cylinder Hair-dryer.

The police tried to tow him and Hawk out of the streets, but Herbie challenged them in a tug of war and drove off the moment the rope snapped.

He drops Hawk outside his office building and drove off home. He arrives home in time to take Mrs. Steinmetz to market, but is pursued all around San Francisco by Hawk's lawyers.

While shopping for some broccoli, Herbie attempts another one of his matchmaking tricks by taking Willoughby and Nicole to the beach.

While there, they fall in love and share their first kiss. When they arrive home, they find the house empty and head for Hawk's storage warehouse to get back Mrs.

Steinmetz furniture. For a while, they are pursued by Hawk and his security, until he takes them on a detour around a city block and causes them to crash into one another.

He accompanies Mrs. Steinmetz while she goes to Hawk's office to give him a piece of her mind. Instead, he gets a piece of Herbie's mind when he makes him so angry and chases him around his building.

When Hawks makes a final attempt to tear down the firehouse, Herbie goes out for help. He picks up Willoughby and Nicole and races back to the firehouse with other Volkswagens in follow.

He arrives with an army of beetles and chase off Hawk and his diggers. Like in the first film, Herbie drives the newly-wed Willoughby and Nicole away on their honeymoon.

Once there, Herbie becomes in possession of a priceless diamond stashed in his gas tank by two jewel thieves and falls in love with a beautiful Lancia named Giselle.

As it goes, Herbie becomes more interested being with Giselle than racing, which bothers Wheely while the two jewel thieves, Max and Quincy , try to get back the diamond, but all their attempts failed.

On the day of the big race, Herbie is told by Wheely that Giselle has dumped him and took off into the race like he never excited when in fact, she been waiting for him until Wheely lied to her about him dumping her.

Herbie charges into the race and as they race on, they end up making a few stops. Their first stop is when Max and Quincy put them off course and end up on a mountain road.

Herbie ends up half buried in rocks by Wheely's yodeling echoes, but manages to escape Max and Quincy again and buries them under rocks by yodeling another echo with his horn.

Their second stop is when the diamond in Herbie's gas tank starts clonking around and Jim and Wheely investigate.

When they find the diamond, they finally understand why those two thieves were after him and engage Max and Quincy in a fist fight.

Jim, Wheely, and Herbie win the fight and tie them up. Their third stop is when they see Diane and Giselle in river.

Early in their partnership, Paco gives Herbie the nickname "Ocho" because he can't understand Herbie talking through his horn. There, Douglas meets a woman named Susan MacLane and her three kids: Julie, Matthew, and Robbie, with the kids become friends to Herbie, But; however, a business man named Randy Bigelow want to get rid of Herbie and Douglas and get Susan back after they broke up during his wedding.

Here, Herbie's origins as a sentient Volkswagen Beetle are explained: an elderly German engineer named Dr. Gustav Stumpfel was building Herbie when a picture of his deceased wife fell into a vat of molten metal; with Stumpfel's love for her animating Herbie.

During the film, Stumpfel is forced to build an evil Volkswagen counterpart to Herbie, "Horace the Hate Bug", from a sample of Herbie's original metal.

Horace's personality is influenced by the narcissism of Herbie's former owner Simon when he has a picture of himself dropped into the metal vats, and kills Herbie during the film.

Stumpfel and have him race against Simon and Horace. In this race, Herbie ultimately divides himself in half as in the original film to win the race.

Over the years Herbie is passed down from owner to owner including someone named "Maxx", who left his driver suit inside the hood , competing in many races, until he starts losing constantly to newer and faster cars, and later found by a tow truck driver in a garage and carried to Crazy Dave's scrapyard and, later, bought by Maggie Peyton Lindsay Lohan in Herbie: Fully Loaded He is later modified, becoming a cc-engined car and participating in various races, from a demolition derby to the final race of the Nextel Cup Series.

Herbie eventually falls in love with a Volkswagen New Beetle which, at the end, is revealed to be a sentient car too. Herbie has been the central character of five theatrical-release films, a made-for-TV movie, and a short-lived television series.

Dean Jones reprised his role as Jim Douglas for the series. Herbie's appearance remained consistent throughout the first four film entries as well as the television series.

There were only minor, subtle changes. The TV movie and Herbie: Fully Loaded featured major overhauls in Herbie's appearance, as there were different production crews working for Disney by this time.

In order to create the effect of Herbie driving himself, Disney concocted a detailed system of sprockets and pulleys connected to a second steering column under the front seat for a rear seat driver.

There was also a second set of pedal assemblies, clutch cables and a shifter extension. In The Love Bug , the rear seat driver sat low enough to see over the windshield but still out of the view of the camera.

For Herbie Rides Again and Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo , Disney installed a hood-mounted Carello fog light that concealed a small camera which allowed the rear seat driver to view the street and sit lower.

In the original film, The Love Bug , the original racing stripes differ from those in later movies; the stripes do not cover the valances or louvers of the car and the blue is a lighter shade.

Also, Herbie features color-keyed running boards, while in later films the running boards are standard black. During the film, depending on the scene, the wheels change from standard VW wheels although fitted with plain hubcaps with no VW logo to specially widened wheels on the racing Herbies.

During one scene when Tennessee is hanging out of the window , the "53" logo a. The door is also cut along the lower edge at an angle to enable the car to tilt over to the right on two wheels.

The hood-mounted VW logo was replaced with a plain disc of the same diameter, colored to match the body.

All VWs logos were removed to avoid any trademark conflicts. In Herbie Rides Again , Herbie features revised racing stripes, with the original blue switched to a dark navy.

In addition, the stripes were applied over the valances and louvers, and the front hood was recycled for 's television series Herbie the Matchmaker.

Herbie also received a hood-mounted Carello fog light, and his running boards were now the more conventional black.

Additionally, Herbie was running on standard wheels yet again. Volkswagen also promoted the film by having a Type 1 Beetle, complete with Herbie livery, in every showroom.

There are various model errors in this film, such as the later "big window" post Beetles being used. Also of note is the "cut-n-shut" engine cover after the warehouse break-in.

The Beetle used was a late model, having a more bulbous flat-bottomed lid with an earlier rounded bottom edge welded on.

After the success of The Love Bug , the film was heavily endorsed by Volkswagen , which was in financial trouble at the time, when Beetle sales in North America were considerably lower than in previous decades.

As such, the company insisted that the VW logos appear on Herbie. Both the hub cap VW logo and hood-mounted VW logo were reinstated at the company's request.

Post Beetles did feature the fuel tank accessible on the right side behind the fender; the silver cap itself, however, was fake and added for the film's storyline.

He has a roll cage again, and he has Monte Carlo racing stickers on his windows one on the front window, two on the left back window, and one on the rear window.

Herbie still sports the hood-mounted Carello fog light with an added black cover sporting the company name. He now has gray bucket seats instead of stitched seats.

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