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My Little Pony: The Movie (1986)

Ponyland comes under attack from a talking blob of purple gunk.

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(as Michael Joens)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Grundle King (voice)
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Draggle (voice)
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Hydia (voice)
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Reeka (voice)
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The Moochick (voice)
Tammy Amerson ...
Megan (voice)
Jon 'Bowzer' Bauman ...
The Smooze (voice) (as Jon Bauman)
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Grundle (voice)
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Susan Blu ...
Lofty / Grundle / Bushwoolie (voice)
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North Star (voice)
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Gusty / Bushwoolie #4 (voice)
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Grundle / Ahgg (voice)
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Storyline

At Dream Castle, the Little Ponies are preparing a festival to celebrate the first day of Spring. From the Volcano of Gloom, the evil witch Hydia watches the event via her cauldron and, disgusted by the frivolity, tells her daughters that they must ruin it. Hydia's daughters, Draggle and Reeka, are inexperienced at causing mischief and fail utterly at ruining the festival. They return to the Volcano of Gloom in disgrace, where Witch Hydia presents a better plan - they'll make Smooze. The sisters collect a series of disgusting ingredients, but neglect to obtain the Phlume, the prospect of which terrifies them. The spell seems to work regardless, creating a pool of sentient purple lava that gleefully buries Ponyland. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Release Date:

6 June 1986 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Az én kicsi pónim  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$416,108 (USA) (8 June 1986)

Gross:

$5,958,456 (USA)
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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

When a group of ponies go into the human world to get help, scenes were planned featuring the ponies approaching Optimus Prime and Shipwreck from G. I. Joe. See more »

Goofs

When the Smooze is attacking Dream Castle, Shady is seen running away. But at that moment in time she should be out in Dream Valley with the purple Bushwoolie looking for Spike and Baby Lickety Split. See more »

Quotes

Molly: It's the ugliest thing I've seen!
Danny: Reminds me of your friend Laurie.
Molly: Does not!
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Connections

Followed by My Little Pony: The End of Flutter Valley (1986) See more »

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Sugary Sweet,yet filling
28 June 2004 | by (Niles,MI) – See all my reviews

Oh yeah I own this one too. Shocked? Don't be. I share the name of the oldest human girl in this movie,Megan. And I used to want,so badly,to have her adventures when I was younger. She lived a 'fairy tale life come true.' And when all was said and done,she knew her sister and brother,would be safe and sound waiting for her. Sorry,its not all about 'Megan' is it? Used to own a lot of the older ponies....and I kick myself for giving them away. Heck I even bought the first edition of this movie when it was released on 'Vestron Video'. Tony Randall used to crack me up as that absent minded warlock. I was saddened when the lady who voiced the red headed witch,Madeline Kahn,passed away not too long ago. Heck I even remember,sometimes,the sweet little girl who played Molly,as she was on 'Our House' at the time,and she had the cutest face and the most quiet voice....yet she could make someone feel the emotion she was trying to convey,when she acted. I didn't even know that 'Molly' was in the movie 'Testament',until I happened to plug her name,Keri Houlihan,into this search engine. I sometimes wonder what happened to her. And Danny. Don't have to wonder about Ms. Amerson,though I suspect Mrs. would be correct now,since I remember reading she married. I'll confess this....when 'Megan' was trying to escape the field of sunflowers...I was hoping she would be 'smoozed',and become apathetic,so her sister and brother could carry on,and try to get her the help she needed. Oh well,all movies can't be like 'The Chronicles of Narnia.' Peace out.


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