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VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans (2005)

A lesson in using your gifts told in a manner of JRR Tolkien's classic "The Lord of the Rings."

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Cast

Credited cast:
Phil Vischer ...
Mike Nawrocki ...
Lisa Vischer ...
Joe Spadaford ...
Lead Spork (voice)
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Umbrella Boy (voice)
Char Jackson ...
Elf Girl - Miss Achmetha (voice) (as Charlotte Jackson)
Ally Nawrocki ...
Girl Pea (voice)
Charles R. Vollmer ...
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J. Chris Wall ...
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Andy Youssi ...
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Brian Roberts ...
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In this adventure, Toto Baggypants (Junior Asparagus) inherits a magical bean from his uncle Billboy (Archibald Asparagus). With the help of a group of friends, Toto embarks on a quest to find out what his gift is for. Written by BMJ

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A Lesson in Using Your Gifts


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Unrated
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15 November 2005 (USA)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This was the second Veggietales video written by Phil Vischer after Big Idea's bankruptcy. See more »

Quotes

Billboy Baggypants: Today is my twelvety twoth birthday. I'm twice as tall as half of you and half as short as twice of you.
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Very Cute!
8 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a really great movie! I watched it with my three-year old brother, and he loved it. Anyway, I was curious to watch this because I wanted to see how closely it resembled Lord of the Rings. I'm a nerd, okay? And it is very similar. Almost word-for-word, well, not quite. And the music is really fascinating and eerily similar to the Trilogy.

Some scenes are a bit confusing for younger kids, but the message is pretty clear (people's gifts and how they don't get to choose them, but can choose what they do with them). I laughed and (shamefully) enjoyed it.

Big Idea is a really great company, and I like the work that they do. I learned a few things myself from this movie!

So I'd suggest it to anyone with kids 6 and under. Definitely!


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