The song that the townspeople sing when Wakko's train returns is a parody of "The Wells Fargo Wagon" from 'Meredith Wilson''s The Music Man (1962). See more »
During the Snow Chase Scene, a cannonball can be seen being shot through the front end and exiting through the back corner of Dr. Scratchensniff's buggy. However, Baron von Plotz and Ralph's buggy are chasing them from behind shooting cannons at them, making it impossible for the cannonball to enter the Dr.'s buggy from the front end. See more »
[flying in the Air-Screw]
With the wind at our backs, all we have to do is maintain this velocity, and we'll be the first to reach the wishing star! Do you know what that means Pinky?
What does what mean?
Just skip it.
Grrrrr! Just stop!
[stops pedaling. They fall]
AAAAAHHHH! NO! Keep pedaling! Keep pedaling Pinky!
Huh, huh... You almost killed us! What were you thinking?
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A wonderful Christmas experience with our lovable Animaniacs characters
I fell in love with the Animaniacs ever since I was a little boy. Their episodes were charming, witty, and hilarious with wonderful jokes and tremendous and likable characters.
After seeing that Warner Bros decided to make a film about the Animaniacs, I was thriled with excitement and Wakko's Wish left me wide-opened as I go with the positives. The animation is brilliant with colorful backgrounds and lovely character models. The voice acting is great with Rob Paulsen, Tress Macnellie, and more. The characters are witty and hilarious especially in the moments with Pinky and Brain along with a horse that Pinky loves.
There are two problems that I do have with this film. The story, while having touching moments, is rather predictable at times and the songs were mediocre.
Wakko's Wish isn't a classic, but a enjoyable children's film and a wonderful Christmas experience for kids young and old.
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