Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang

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For the series of novels, see Jacob Two-Two. For the TV series, see Jacob Two-Two (TV series).
Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang
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Directed by Theodore J. Flicker
Produced by Mychèle Boudrias
Harry Gulkin
Written by novel Mordecai Richler
screenplay Theodore J. Flicker
Starring Stephen Rosenberg
Alex Karras
Music by Lewis Furey
Cinematography François Protat
Production
company
Gulkin Productions
Distributed by Frontier Amusements
Release dates 1 March 1979 (Canada)
Running time 81 min.
Country Canada
Language English French

Jacob Two Two Meets The Hooded Fang is the title of two films based on a novel of the same name by Mordecai Richler.

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Jacob Two Two Meets The Hooded Fang is about a young boy who strives to be heard. He is nicknamed "Two-Two" for having to say things twice to be heard. One day, he decided to buy the groceries for his parents. There is a misunderstanding by the clerk, so Jacob finds himself in court. He is sentenced Two Years, Two months, two weeks and two minutes in the Children's Prison hundreds of miles away from civilization.

It is a dark, dirty dungeon-like place where the children work and are kept in cells. There are the three head characters, Master Fish, a fish/human, Mistress Fowl, a bird like woman and the Hooded Fang himself. They also have green henchmen who spray "slime resistors" at the children to prevent them escaping. Two child agents try to help him out, as the children also come up with a plan for escape.

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1999 film[edit]

Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang
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Directed by George Bloomfield
Produced by Greg Dummett
Christina Jennings
Written by novel Mordecai Richler
screenplay Tim Burns
Starring Max Morrow
Gary Busey
Music by Jono Grant
Cinematography Gerald Packer
Edited by Ralph Brunjes
Production
company
Distributed by Odeon Films
Release dates 8 October 1999
Running time 96 min.
Country Canada / United States
Language English
  • Directed by George Bloomfield

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