Quest for Zhu
|Quest for Zhu|
|Directed by||Bob Douchette|
|Produced by||Laura Kurzu
|Written by||Sean Derek|
|Based on||Zhu Zhu Pets|
|Music by||Michael Tavera|
|Edited by||Richard Finn|
|Distributed by||Universal Studios Home Entertainment|
Quest for Zhu is a joint-venture between an American and Canadian 2011 direct-to-DVD animated action/adventure family film. It is based on the Zhu Zhu Pets franchise and is the first full-length feature film. It stars Canadian voice-actors: Mariah Wilkerson, Shannon Chan-Kent, Ian James Corlett, Sean Campbell, Erin Mathews, Jillian Michaels, Jan Rabson, and Kathleen Barr. The film was released on DVD September 27, 2011 and then aired on Nickelodeon on December 4, 2011.
Pipsqueak (Shannon Chan-Kent) gets swept away to the other side of the Zhuniverse and heads off for an adventure befriending with Chunk (Sean Campbell), Num Nums (Erin Mathews), and Mr. Squiggles (Ian Corlett). On their journey, they must do whatever it takes to overcome obstacles, find Zhu Fu (Jan Rabson), and defeat Mazhula (Kathleen Barr).
- Mariah Wilkerson as Katie, Pipsqueak's owner
- Shannon Chan-Kent as Pipsqueak, one of the film's main protagonists
- Ian Corlett as Mr. Squiggles, Stinker, and Zhuquasha
- Mr. Squiggles: one of the film's main protagonists
- Stinker: the film's secondary antagonist
- Zhuquasha: a large arctic mountain beast
- Sean Campbell as Chunk, one of the film's protagonists
- Erin Mathews as Num Nums and Surfer
- Num Nums: one of the film's main protagonists
- Surfer: a supporting Zhu character
- Jillian Michaels as Jilly, a supporting Zhu cheer leader
- Jan Rabson as Zhu Fu and Mangawanga
- Zhu Fu: the ruler of Zhu overthroned by Mazhula
- Mangawanga: a minor, brief tribal Zhu character
- Kathleen Barr as Mazhula, the film's main antagonist
The official "Quest for Zhu" soundtrack was released on November 21, 2011.
Coinciding with the film's release also on September 27, a Nintendo DS video game adaptation of the film was released in stores.
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