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Bug Off! (2001)

9-year-old Krista is so annoyed with her little brother Tyler, she wishes he would turn into a bug. However, when the kids' mysterious nanny makes her wish come true, drama, chaos, and a whole lot of bugspray ensues.

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Steve Anderson ...
Yendor
Briana Shipley ...
Krista
Andrew Fugate ...
Tyler
Gabrielle Woods ...
Mrs. Pickle Nickle
Nick Whitaker ...
Jeff
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Dad
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Mom (as Jan Gardner)
Johnny Biscuit ...
Mr. Willow
Katharine Reilly ...
Miss Plimpton
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Cabbie
Joan Johnson ...
Librarian
Gordon Johnson ...
Custodian
Alex Gerrish ...
Slober Sleeper
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Krista's Teacher
Marie Antoinette Burrell ...
Tyler's Teacher
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9-year-old Krista is so annoyed with her little brother Tyler, she wishes he would turn into a bug. However, when the kids' mysterious nanny makes her wish come true, drama, chaos, and a whole lot of bugspray ensues.

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human becoming an animal | See All (1) »

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for mild crude humor | See all certifications »
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1 August 2001 (USA)  »

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Bogársztori  »

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The "Bug Wrangler", Taylor Doose, also handled Craft Services - GROSS!. See more »

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The kids keep blowing into the wrong end of the duck call. See more »

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The persons and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual aliens is unintentional. See more »

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This was awesome!!!
9 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is a great movie about a girl who has a little brother who annoys her and he turns into a bug. Its so much fun and I loved it. I like movies about stuff like this, and this one was great. I saw it on cable and want to get a copy for my library,


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