Who did the original Flubber movie?

Starring Fred MacMurray, the first Disney Legend inducted in 1987, this kooky collegiate comedy relates the story of Medfield College’s Professor Ned Brainard, who is so preoccupied with his scientific experiments that he’s forgotten to show up at his own wedding three times — the latest time because he’s discovers an

Who invented Flubber in the film?

Flubber (voiced by Scott Martin Gershin) is a green substance accidentally created by Philip Brainard.

When was the original Flubber made?

Originally released on March 16, 1961, this zany film is one of Walt Disney’s most revered family comedy hits. One story was about rubber and one was about flying cars, and we combined them. So how did this weird goo known as flubber first bounce into the hearts of moviegoers everywhere?

Is Flubber real?

Flubber is a non-Newtonian fluid that flows under low stress, but breaks under higher stresses and pressures. This combination of fluid-like and solid-like properties makes it a Maxwell fluid. Its behavior can also be described as being viscoplastic or gelatinous.

What was the original Flubber movie called?

The Absent-Minded Professor has been remade as a 1997 theatrical film titled Flubber, with Robin Williams as the renamed Prof. Philip Brainard, with Marcia Gay Harden as his love interest, Dr.

Who played the original Absent-Minded Professor?

What is Flubber gas?

A lighter than air substance that really makes anything fly. In the first film, MacMurray used his college’s basketball team as a test for flubber. In Son of Flubber, flubber gas is tested during a football game with the same hilarious results.


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