In 1996, actor Bruce Willis (co-producing with his brother David) launched a short-lived, silly syndicated TV cartoon about a boy superspy's adventures. This feature-length "movie," released the next year on home video, merely strings together a three-part episode ("Bye Bye Jarly") from
the half-hour show.
Unbeknownst to his parents, seemingly-average 10-year-old Bruno (voice of Bruce Willis) troubleshoots for a clandestined peacekeeping organization known as G.L.O.B.E. G.L.O.B.E.'s latest challenge: the nefarious Dr. Von Trapp has formed a "Union of Evil" of Bruno's worst enemies to steal
components for a ray gun that can control Earth's energy. While his pare...