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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

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Overview

The biggest babies in the entertainment business take their act to Europe in this sequel to the surprise-hit animated feature The Rugrats Movie. Chuckie voice of Christine Cavanaugh has been fretting over his father Chas voice of Michael Bell and his status as a single father, as he wants to have a mommy like all of his friends. Chas and his father Stu voice of Jack Riley were hired to create a bevy of electronic critters for the newly opened Euro-Reptarland theme park, but the robots are acting up, and park ...
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Overview

The biggest babies in the entertainment business take their act to Europe in this sequel to the surprise-hit animated feature The Rugrats Movie. Chuckie voice of Christine Cavanaugh has been fretting over his father Chas voice of Michael Bell and his status as a single father, as he wants to have a mommy like all of his friends. Chas and his father Stu voice of Jack Riley were hired to create a bevy of electronic critters for the newly opened Euro-Reptarland theme park, but the robots are acting up, and park manager Coco La Bouche Susan Sarandon is hopping mad. So Stu and Chas are flown to Paris to do some repairs, with Chas bringing Chuckie and all his friends along. Their visit to the City of Lights proves to be one adventure after another, as Chuckie tries to find a suitable mother with Coco leading the pack and Tommy voice of Elizabeth Dailey somehow gets behind the wheel of the giant Reptar robot. Rugrats in Paris: The Movie features original songs from T-Boz from TLC, The Baha Men, and Mylene Farmer, while John Lithgow, Debbie Reynolds, and Mako contribute to the voice cast.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
C'est magnifique! This sequel to The Rugrats Movie falls into that nearly empty column of follow-ups that surpass the originals. It's wildly funny and touchingly poignant, with enough of the requisite poo, pee, barf, and booger gags to tickle the kids and sufficiently sly pop culture in-jokes to amuse their parents. At the heart of Paris is timid toddler Chuckie Finster's yearning for a new mommy. He and his widowed dad accompany the Pickles family to Euroraptorland, run by the ambitious, kid-hating Coco Le Bouche voiced by Susan Sarandon, who schemes to marry the milquetoasty Mr. Finster to advance her career. The Rugrats and a giant mechanical Raptar rise to the occasion -- springing to Mr. Finster's aid. The signature Rugrats bathroom humor a bidet is described by one baby as "a potty that squirts back" doesn't go for the gross-out but instead revels in each toddler's growing sense of physical self-awareness. Angelica, the babies' nemesis, demands to know, "What is it with you babies and poop?" "Anjelica," one rapturously replies, "where do we start?"
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2013
  • UPC: 883929302925
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Source: Paramount Catalog
  • Region Code: 1
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 9,068

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Daily Voice Only
Christine Cavanaugh Voice Only
Michael Patrick Bell Voice Only
Susan Sarandon Voice Only
Cheryl Chase Voice Only
Julia Kato Voice Only
Jack Riley Voice Only
Melanie Chartoff Voice Only
Tara Charendoff Voice Only
Kath Soucie Voice Only
John Lithgow Voice Only
Lisa McClowry Voice Only
Debbie Reynolds Voice Only
Mako Voice Only
Casey Kasem Voice Only
Tim Curry Voice Only
Philip Proctor Voice Only
Dan Castellaneta Voice Only
Tress MacNeille Voice Only
Kevin Richardson Voice Only
Billy West Voice Only
Joe Alaskey Voice Only
Technical Credits
Stig Bergguist Director
Paul Demeyer Director
George Acogny Musical Direction/Supervision
James Bolt Sound/Sound Designer
Kate Boutilier Screenwriter
John Bryant Editor
Eryk Casemiro Executive Producer
Gabor Csupo Producer
Jill Gorey Screenwriter
Albie Hecht Executive Producer
Barbara Herndon Screenwriter
Arlene Klasky Producer
Gena Kornyshev Art Director
Tracy Kramer Co-producer
Dima Malanitchev Editor, Production Designer
Paul Massey Sound/Sound Designer
Stephan A. McKenzie Casting
Mark Mothersbaugh Score Composer
Julia Pistor Executive Producer
J. David Stem Screenwriter
Terry Thoren Co-producer
Norton Virgien Co-producer
Hal Waite Executive Producer
David N. Weiss Screenwriter
William R. Wright Animator
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Rugrats In Paris The Movie
0. Scene Selections
1. The Bobfather [1:32]
2. A New Mommy [6:03]
3. EuroReptarland [1:26]
4. Princess Parade [8:26]
5. Ooey Gooey World [7:49]
6. Chuckie Chan [:13]
7. Mommy Princess [5:12]
8. Angelica Confesses [2:22]
9. Reptar vs. RoboSnail [5:58]
10. Chas Gets Married [2:01]
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Menu

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Special Features
   Rugrats in Paris Documentary
   Sound Effects Showcase
      Sound FX Only
      View in Movie
   Alternate Endings
      Coco Ending #1
      Coco Ending #2
Side #1 -- Rugrats In Paris The Movie
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    In Rugrats in paris meet the big REPTAR

    Reptar is nice monster kids would like REPTAR.He is a big green dinosaur.REPTAR has a very pretty friend.The friend's name is prinses.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hard Hitting.

    This is the most culturally insulting thing I've seen since Anna & the King & Samurai Jack. The stereotypes seem to be the main focus of the film, & they're highly innacurate. Instead of being a bad influence on children, the writers & animators should have actually studied & made this film educational as well as entertaining. On the animation itself, the computer graphics seriously need work.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2001

    BETTER THAN THE FIRST.

    i loved this movie. it had more action than the first one. the first movie was kinda boring. i loved kimi.

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    Posted December 12, 2009

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    Posted December 20, 2008

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