The Brave Little Toaster

The Brave Little Toaster

Director: Jerry Rees Cast: Jon Lovitz, Tim Stack, Timothy E. Day


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A fast-paced and funny twist on the Homeward Bound saga in which devoted pets traverse the wilderness in search of their owners, Brave Little Toaster is an animated family treat that tells the delightful story of a gang of household appliances who set off for the big city to find their young master after he thoughtlessly leaves them in his summer cabin. Along the way they must face many dangers and obstacles, including figuring out how to get juice in a wilderness containing no electrical outlets. The film is based on a children's tale by science-fiction author Thomas M. Disch and won a Parent's Choice Award.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/2003
UPC: 0786936217650
Original Release: 1987
Rating: NR
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 5,723

Special Features

Closed Caption; The making of the Brave Little Toaster; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; Fullscreen; French and Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jon Lovitz Radio
Tim Stack Lampy
Timothy E. Day Blanky
Thurl Ravenscroft Kirby
Deanna Oliver Toaster
Phil Hartman Air Conditioner,Hanging Lamp
Jonathon Benair B & W TV
Joe Ranft Elmo St. Peters
Judy Toll Mish-Mash,Two-Face Sewing Machine
Jim Jackman Plugsy
Randy Cook Entertainment Center
Randy Bennett Computer

Technical Credits
Jerry Rees Director,Original Story,Screenwriter
Willard Carroll Producer
Donald Kushner Producer
Brian McEntee Art Director,Original Story
David Newman Score Composer
Van Dyke Parks Songwriter
Joe Ranft Original Story,Screenwriter
Thomas L. Wilhite Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening/Good Morning! [5:35]
2. Fun Chores [3:16]
3. A Car... [3:30]
4. Poor Air Conditioner [4:40]
5. "How Are We Gonna Travel?" [5:16]
6. City of Light [6:46]
7. Hidden Meadow [5:24]
8. The Right Direction? [8:14]
9. Stuck in a Tree [2:12]
10. The Waterfall [7:15]
11. It's a B-Movie [7:02]
12. Jailbreak! [2:54]
13. The Master [6:23]
14. Cutting Edge [4:22]
15. Worthless [9:43]
16. A Brave Little Toaster/End Credits [7:23]

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The Brave Little Toaster 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
BillyWB More than 1 year ago
I have loved this movie, ever since I was a child. It's a classic that most children nowadays haven't seen. I owned it on VHS back in the day, so it is a real treat to now be able to have my kids watch it with me!
nique0706 More than 1 year ago
omgg i waz just talking about this movie at school for some reason lol. i couldn't remember wat it waz called, i just knew i watched it a long time ago. its a cute movie for little kids and now im 15 and im thinking about buying it so i can watch it again with my little sisters :)!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Brave Little Toaster is a timeless but not generally known Disney classic. Whereas movies likes Finding Nemo, Cars, etc. keep over-saturating the market with adult humored CGI; The Brave Little Toaster stands alone with an amazing cast of characters and an even better crew of voices to bring them to life. A must see!
Guest More than 1 year ago
My son is 3 1/2 and has loved vacuums since he was 18 months old. I've discovered that a lot of little boys follow the same path during this timeframe. The Brave Little Toaster (and it's sequels) have an animated vacuum (Kirby), as well as other machinery that talks. My son LOVES this movie right now, more than any other, and I'd highly recomend it to anyone who has a machinery/appliance oriented child!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I remember watching this movie as a child and nearly 20 years later this movie is still as good as it ever was. If you like movies that make you smile then you will love this movie. Its the original Finding Nemo concept.
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These movies teach sharing, caring and true friendship. Our grandchildren just love these movies. THeir ages are 5 and 3. Adults enjoy the movies also.
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