Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
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|Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild|
|Directed by||Audu Paden|
|Produced by||Douglas Wick
|Written by||Bill Motz
|Based on||Characters created
by E. B. White
|Starring||Michael J. Fox
|Music by||Atli Örvarsson|
|Edited by||Michael Dowding
Red Wagon Entertainment
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment|
|Running time||72 minutes|
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild is a 2005 American direct-to-video film directed by Audu Paden, created by Mainframe Animation and distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. It was released on DVD in other countries in 2005, until it was eventually released in North America on February 21, 2006. It continues Columbia Pictures's Stuart Little series, but unlike its two predecessors it is entirely animated. The characters are based on those in E. B. White's book Stuart Little.
Stuart and his family (and Monty who stows away in the car) are going camping. When they get there, Stuart meets a smooth-talking skunk named Reeko who is forced to give food to "The Beast". Stuart and George join the "Lake Scouts" which Stuart has trouble in. But Reeko makes a deal with The Beast, resulting in Snowbell getting captured by him and Stuart goes off on an adventure to save him. Eventually, Stuart and his friends trick the Beast into falling into a trap covered with sticks and leaves. The Beast is taken away to a Zoo and Reeko tells Stuart that he (Reeko) was wrong to betray him. Stuart bids farewell to his friends as he, George, Eleanor, Frederick, Snowbell and Monty head back home and live happily ever after.
- Michael J. Fox as Stuart Little
- Geena Davis as Eleanor Little
- Hugh Laurie as Frederick Little
- Corey Padnos as George Little
- Wayne Brady as Reeko
- Kevin Schon as Snowbell
- Virginia Madsen as The Beast - a female lion
- Peter MacNicol as Troopmaster Bickle
- Rino Romano as Monty
- Tara Strong as Brooke
- Sophia Paden as Bunny
- Tom Kenny as Forest Animal
- Kath Soucie as Forest Animal
Corey Padnos replaced Jonathan Lipnicki as he was too old to reprise the role of George despite it being an animated film. Kevin Schon replaced Nathan Lane as Snowbell for unknown reasons. Rino Romano replaced Steve Zahn for the voice role for Monty. Martha also appeared in this film just like she did in Stuart Little 2. However her one and only line was " Kitty cat". (at the sight of seeing reeko for the 1st time) And it is unknown who voiced her nor do the credits reveal her voice performer.
Margalo, Stuart's love interest who appeared in Stuart Little 2, does not appear and is never mentioned in Stuart Little 3.
- Latin America
- Miller III, Randy (February 9, 2006). "Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild". DVD Talk. Retrieved July 24, 2014.
- Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild at the Internet Movie Database
- Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild at Rotten Tomatoes