Brilliant but befuddled Professor Phillip Brainard is on the brink of inventing a revolutionary energy source and missing his wedding to fiancee Dr. Sara Jean Reynolds. When Phillip experiments with a miraculous elastic goo, Flubber emerges, leaving him ecstatic, but unmarried!
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Flubber is a American science fiction comedy film directed by Les Mayfield who had previously directed another John Hughes scripted remake, Miracle on 34th Street and written by Hughes, based on an earlier screenplay by Bill Walsh. Professor Philip Brainard Robin Williams , of Medfield College , is a mad scientist who is developing a new energy source in an attempt to raise enough money to save the college from closure. On the day of the third attempted wedding, Brainard is approached by his former partner Wilson Croft Christopher McDonald , who has profited from ideas he has stolen from the chemist and now desires to steal Sara from Brainard and make her his wife, an intention that he declares directly to Brainard, who takes it as a joke. Before he can make it to the wedding, his latest experiment shows quick progress, forcing him to miss this latest wedding date. The resulting substance created from the experiment is a sentient green goo with enormous amounts of elasticity and kinetic energy. It increases in speed as it bounces and proves to be difficult to control, wreaking havoc on the neighborhood before the professor finally manages to capture it. Weebo voiced by Jodi Benson , Brainard's hovering robot assistant, classifies the substance as "flying rubber", leading Brainard to christen it "Flubber".