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Sabrina Unplugged 

Sabrina gets caught using her magic on Leonard's web-cam. While in his computer trying to destroy the evidence she gets an involuntary makeover and winds up looking like a cartoon siren.

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Salem Saberhagen (voice)
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Leonard
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James
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Annie (as Diana-Maria Riva)
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Cole Harper (as Andrew Walker)
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Harvey Kinkle
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Stan
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Plain Woman
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Sabrina gets caught using her magic on Leonard's web-cam. While in his computer trying to destroy the evidence she gets an involuntary makeover and winds up looking like a cartoon siren.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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1 November 2002 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon the series MTV Unplugged. See more »

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References The Brady Bunch (1969) See more »

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Sabrina Main Title
Written by: Danny Lux and Paul Taylor
Performed by: Thomas Leonard
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One more fro my Christa Campbell collection
11 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

I am not a Sabrina fan. I only watched this for the appearance of Christa Campbell, who appeared in two scenes and spoke only one line. That was satisfying enough to see this luscious beauty, if only briefly, while I await her latest film.

I have to admit that the story was interesting and somewhat funny. It was all about the objectification of women, as Sabrina is transformed through computer magic into a Jessica Rabitt lookalike.

The writers seem to have fun with the comments in the story, as they reference a lot of other shows and movies.

But, I was there for Christa, and probably won't be back.


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