Wubbzy's Big Movie!

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Wubbzy's Big Movie!
Bolder Media Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wubbzy's Big Movie Logo.png
Movie logo
Directed by Bob Boyle
Written by Adam Shankman
Music by Mike Reagan
John Williams
Cinematography Jim Lang
Janusz Kamiński
Edited by Michael Kahn
Production
company
Distributed by Starz Animation
Film Roman
Release date
  • August 29, 2008 (2008-08-29)
Running time
77 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Wubbzy's Big Movie! is a made-for-TV movie based on the Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! television series which premiered on Starz Kids & Family on Friday, August 29, 2008 distributed by Starz Animation and Bolder Media in association with Film Roman. It is the first Wubbzy project not to air on Nick Jr., as of Starz producing the series.

A sequel, Wubb Idol, was released on May 1, 2009.

Plot[edit]

Wubbzy, Widget and Walden are going to get some doodleberry pie, but Wubbzy ends up tripping over a rock, smashes his head down a hill and ends up getting Knockity-Noggin and being unable to remember who he is. Widget and Walden try help Wubbzy recover his memory, but fail miserably. Previously aired episodes from the TV series are used for flashbacks when one of the characters recalls a moment to help Wubbzy remember. The episodes included: "Puddle Muddle", "The Tired Tail", "Pirate Treasure", "Come Spy with Me", "A Tale of Tails", "Perfecto Party", and "Monster Madness". There are also references from "Wubbzy in the Woods" and "Escape from Dino Island". In continuity sense, the film takes place right after the events of "Puddle Muddle" and a week after the events of "The Tired Tail" which he hurts his tail last week as said by Dr. Flooey.

The film nearly ends when Wubbzy still cannot remember anything, so Widget ejects him off the chair, sending him flying. He begins falling down a hill, while his head gets continually smashed by the force, eventually landing on his bottom. Widget asks Wubbzy if he is okay, Wubbzy replies back to Widget: "Yeah, I'm fine! Come on, let's go get that doodleberry pie!". Walden then asks Wubbzy if he remembers doodleberry pie, then he replies: "Sure, I love doodleberry pie!" Then Widget asks Wubbzy if he remembers Widget and Walden, Wubbzy then replies: "Of course, you guys are the best friends ever, I never forget you!". Walden then concludes to Wubbzy and Widget that Wubbzy has his memory recovered and that he is back to normal.

Then, Widget and Walden then go get some doodleberry pie with Wubbzy, when all of a sudden Wubbzy ends up mooing for one last time, which of course he implies he was kidding. Wubbzy, Widget and Walden end up laughing about it, and the film ends.

Voice cast[edit]

source: closing credits:[1]

  • Grey DeLisle as Wubbzy, Buggy, Kooky Kid, Old Lady
  • Lara Jill Miller as Widget, Huggy, Old Lady Zamboni
  • Tara Strong as Ball Kid 2, Jumping Kids, Swinging Kid 1 and Daizy
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Walden, Earl, Swinging Kid 2, Ball Kid 1, Photographer, Dr. Flooey, Chef Fritz, Moo Moo the Magician, Sweet Tooth Tom, Store Clerk, Announcer, TV Character

Sequel[edit]

A sequel, titled Wubb Idol, was released direct-to-TV on May 1, 2009.

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