For a whole generation of viewers, the mini-series "Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt" from 1972 belongs to their formative childhood TV experiences. Now director Wolfgang Groos has re-interpreted the classic for the big screen. One day 11-year-old inventor Tobbi (Arsseni Bultmann) meets a cute robot called Robbi. The desperate Robbi has lost his robot parents and Tobbi decides to help him find them. Together, they build an extraordinary vehicle that can fly, float, and drive on a road, the Fliewatüüt, and embark on their search. However, the nasty Sir Joshua (Friedrich Mücke) and his super bad agent Sharon Schalldämpfer (translate as Sharon Muffler) (Alexandra Maria Lara) try to capture Robbi and the Fliewatüüt in order to misuse them for their own evil scheming. Director Groos succeeds in gently modernizing the story while preserving the charm and magic of the original. The film is bubbling over with ideas, yet convincingly switches into a more reflective mood where appropriate. In other words, "Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt" ("Robby & Toby's Fantastic Voyager") is a fast-paced adventure spree for the whole family, sure to delight fans of the original and at the same time become iconic for a new generation of young filmfans.