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The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (1998)

Thomas M. Disch's underwhelming sequel, based on the book sequel, has our heroes zooming off to, of all places, Mars.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Thurl Ravenscroft ...
Kirby (voice)
Deanna Oliver ...
Toaster (voice)
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Blanky (voice)
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Lampy (voice) (as Tim Stack)
Roger Kabler ...
Radio (voice)
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Ratso (voice)
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Hearing Aid (voice)
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Calculator (voice) (as Stephen Tobolowski)
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Faucet (voice)
Redmond O'Neal ...
Squirt (voice)
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Microwave (voice)
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Chris (voice)
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Rob (voice)
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Robbie (voice)
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Wittgenstein (voice)
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Robbie, the master's baby, has been mysteriously beamed to Mars. It's up to our heroes plus a houseful of new friends - a fan, microwave, calculator, bag of cheddar-flavored popcorn and "the contraption in the junk drawer"- to reach for the stars and bring him safely home.

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DeForest Kelley's final acting role. See more »

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Kirby: There's nothing wrong with wearing out if you've lived a life of usefulness.
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Doesn't live up to the original
5 October 2005 | by (Bath, England) – See all my reviews

The Brave Little Toaster is a must-watch, but don't bother with The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars. The latter was a disappointment and has nothing to offer that the original has. This time, the characters have to go to Mars to save the master's baby. There are too many characters, and some of the original and lovable characters from the original are over-looked, and there doesn't seem to be a coherent plot or lesson learned. It's a dull watch, and I personally don't know why they bothered. (Do note that I only saw this film sometime in my late teens or early twenties. I have seen the original in the past year, and it's still an adorable film.) However, see The Brave Little Toaster. Now.


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