TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rory Copus ...
Maisie Preston ...
Store Cashier
Georgina Terry ...
Stutter Fairy
Bitter Fairy
Fat Fairy
Whiny Fairy
Paul Sarony ...
Delivery Guy
Anna Wing ...
Ancient Fairy
New Recruit
The Rabbit (voice)
Leagh Conwell ...
Bully Boy


TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about magic, she decides to give away all of its money and bankrupt her world, two days before Xmas. When TOOTH realises how much trouble she is in, she realises the only person who can help is the legendary Mrs. Santa Claus, who disappeared, along with magic over 100 years ago. Teaming up with two human children and a number of fairies, who are living incognito amongst humans she sets off on the adventure of a lifetime. Pursued by the evil Plug, a terrifying fairy Written by Anonymous

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Only one fairy has the courage to bring the magic back...


Family | Fantasy


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Release Date:

13 February 2004 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Dente - Um Desejo Realizado  »

Box Office


$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£209,049 (UK) (13 February 2004)

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1.85 : 1
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The movie appears to be set in the USA, however most of the vans used except for one Chevvy are British right hand drive Ford Transits. See more »


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Written by Russ Ballard/Matt Scales/Christian Ballard/Andrew Murray
Published by Complete Music Ltd/Appleby Music Ltd admin By BMG Music Int Ltd/Windswept Ltd
Produced by Denis Ingoldsby, Christian Ballard & Andrew Murray for Brat Pac Ent.
Performed by Oden
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Irreverent enjoyable fun.
13 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

Remembering my own childhood test for the existence of the Tooth Fairy by secretly placing an old baby tooth under my pillow and NOT finding it replaced by money in the morning, I hope the title of this new film "Tooth" does not stop dentist-phobes from taking themselves and their children to see this irreverent and very funny film about the battle between good and evil, social class, and industrial efficiency at the interface of the Real World and the Magic World. These fairies are not Tinkerbell or Lang's fairies in pastel tones. These fairies--such as Fat, Bitter, Stutter, Chef, Professor, and Tango Fairy--have more in common with Willy Wonka, without the meanness. These are not the fairies at the bottom of the garden but ones passing in the Real World who must rediscover their magical purposes. In this story, the Age of Man is resisted by the Age of Magic, successfully at least for a while with the help of ordinary human heroes: children and their parents. The look of the film is lush and the well-done characters are comic commentaries on modern times (e.g, Mrs. Claus using a shiny motorized scooter for the aged and infirm).

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