Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars

Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars

Director: Robert C. Ramirez

Cast: Robert C. Ramirez, Thurl Ravenscroft, Deanna Oliver, Tim Stack

     
 

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Aimed at younger children, this sequel to the highly imaginative The Brave Little Toaster features most of the original electrical appliances plus a few new friends, including Calculator (Stephen Toblowski), Faucet (Farrah Fawcett), Ceiling Fan (Carol Channing) and Microwave (Wayne Knight), in a brand new adventure. This time, Toaster and company must workSee more details below

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Aimed at younger children, this sequel to the highly imaginative The Brave Little Toaster features most of the original electrical appliances plus a few new friends, including Calculator (Stephen Toblowski), Faucet (Farrah Fawcett), Ceiling Fan (Carol Channing) and Microwave (Wayne Knight), in a brand new adventure. This time, Toaster and company must work together to build a spaceship and travel to the Red Planet after aliens accidentally beam up the household's "Little Master" (a baby) instead of Hearing Aid (Fyvush Finkel).

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Popping up for the first time on DVD, the third film in the Toaster trilogy ends this beloved series on a warm and fuzzy note. It's another "you don't have to be bigger to be better" empowerment adventure as the Brave Little Toaster and his fellow appliances fashion a spaceship out of a laundry basket to rescue the Master's new baby, who has been beamed to Mars by vengeful appliances bent on destroying the Earth. As in the original Brave Little Toaster, a stellar voice cast adds personality to the appealing animation. Standouts include Thurl "Tony the Tiger" Ravencroft as Kirby the vacuum cleaner; Fyvush Finkel as Albert Einstein's hearing aid; Wayne Knight as the smug Microwave; Carol Channing as Fanny, the ceiling fan who helps power the makeshift spacecraft; Farrah Fawcett as -- who else -- Faucet; and Alan King as the Supreme Commander, who is to Mars what the Wizard was to Oz. There are memorable way-out moments, as when Toaster and crew encounter all the balloons that have ever been let go on Earth, and a touching reunion between Blanky and the Little Master. Unlike the "planned obsolescence" that plagues the rebellious Mars-based appliances, The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars was made to last.

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Release Date:
05/19/1998
UPC:
0786936054835
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
G
Source:
Walt Disney Video

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