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Chameleons don't just dance, they "chrome" - an explosive combination of crazy moves with wild bursts of color changing. When a timid chameleon named Hue, who can't change colors, attends a dance party, he finds himself unexpectedly thrown on stage, his shortcomings exposed to all.
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