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Earth Mover 

While at a study party, a girl named Jackie fears she is being followed. Terry confronts the follower, only to find that it is a large dirt monster. Due to a chemical spill, Tony Maychek, ... See full summary »

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Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Jackie Wallace (voice)
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Bill Wallace (voice)
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Tony Maychek / Earthmover (voice)
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Dana Tan (voice)
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While at a study party, a girl named Jackie fears she is being followed. Terry confronts the follower, only to find that it is a large dirt monster. Due to a chemical spill, Tony Maychek, father of Jackie, becomes the "Earth Mover" and is determined to have his daughter back and get his revenge on the one that caused the accident: Bill Wallace, the current caretaker of Jackie. Written by Jasmine

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25 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Bruce Wayne: This stuff can turn a person's DNA inside out. It's toxic industrial waste. Probably buried several years ago. That's where Wallace fits in.
Terry McGinnis: You're getting a little ahead of me here.
Bruce Wayne: It was only ten years ago, don't you read the news?
Terry McGinnis: I was seven.
Bruce Wayne: Oh. Well, back then, the DA accused Wallace of dumping this kind of chemical. Nothing was ever proved though. What did you find out about your friend?
Terry McGinnis: Not much, except that Wallace isn't her real father.
Bruce Wayne: Not her father? Now that's intere... um, ...
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