The Nuttiest Nutcracker

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The Nuttiest Nutcracker
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Directed byHarold Harris
Produced byDan Krech
Diane Eskenazi
StarringDebi Derryberry
Kevin Schon
Cheech Marin
Desirée Goyette
Jim Cummings
Tress MacNeille
Cam Clarke
Phyllis Diller
Jim Belushi
Jeff Bennett
Music byDavid Krystal
Production
company
Dan Krech Productions
Pacific Title/Mirage
Distributed byColumbia TriStar Home Video
Release date
  • October 19, 1999 (1999-10-19)
Running time
48 minutes
CountryUnited States
Canada
LanguageEnglish
Budget$84,000

The Nuttiest Nutcracker is a 1999 direct-to-video Christmas film loosely based on The Nutcracker, directed by Harold Harris, starring the voices of Jim Belushi, Cheech Marin, and Phyllis Diller. This film tells about a group of fruit and veggies trying to help the Nutcracker's army get a star up on a Christmas tree before midnight, and stop a rodent army from destroying Christmas. The film was released on home video by Columbia TriStar Home Video in 1999. The film aired on CBS December 4, 1999.[1] The film was also shown on cable.

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A retelling of The Nutcracker, featuring a cast of fruits and vegetables that include Mac the macadamia nut, Gramps the walnut, and Li'l Pea the peanut. The Sugar Plum Fairy is an actual plum.

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