Jungledyret Hugo is a Danish media franchise featuring the cartoon adventures of a little young primate named Hugo. Created by Danish author and filmmaker Flemming Quist Møller from a lullaby he made for his son, that later evolved to a full-length animated feature, It was produced at A. Film A/S, the franchise currently consists of two animated features, an animated television series, and a third film in CGI.
The first two films were translated, edited, and released in the United States on a single DVD in 1998 by Miramax Family. The third film was released on region 1 DVD on August 12, 2014 under the title "Amazon Jack" A CD-ROM side-scrolling platforming game was also made and released on personal computers that was based on the first movie in 1995 in Scandinavia by SweatBox Animation.
The original films are known in various locales under different translated names, including (Jungeldyret in Norway), (Jungledyret Hugo in Denmark), (Džungliloom Hugo in Estonia), (Skógardýrið Húgó in Iceland), (おいらフーゴだ in Japan), (Jura Iz Džungle in Croatia), (Хитрюга Джек in Russia), (Х'юго з джунглiв in Ukraine), (Milý Jack in Czech Republic), Amazon Jack, (Viidakkovekara Juuso in Finland), (Hugo, das Dschungeltier in Germany), (Dzsungel Jack in Hungary), (Jungle Jack in France & Netherlands), (Hugo η ζούγκλα των ζώων in Greece), The Great Adventures of Jungle Jack, (Djungeldjuret Hugo in Sweden), (Szalony Jack in Poland), (La grande avventura di Jungle Jack in Italy), (Jack, Rey del Amazonas in Spain and Mexico), (Hugo, o tesouro da Amazônia in Brazil), The Bear and the Vixen, Go Hugo Go, Hugo The Movie Star, Jungo, The Jungle Creature: Hugo, and recently seen as "Hugo" and "Hugo II". The third film's original title is "Fræk Flabet og fri" which translates to "Naughty, cheeky, and free".
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