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Polly World: Her First Full-Length Movie (2006)

Join Polly and her friends as they participate on a TV show called "Roll Like That" in Polly's amusement park. Watch as their friendship is put to the test and they endure the challenges that threaten them.

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Polly (voice)
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Shani (voice)
Nicole Bouma ...
Crissy (voice)
Natalie Walters ...
Lea / Caroline Hall (voice)
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Lila (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ...
Beth / Karl / Lark / Dani (voice)
Jocelyne Loewen ...
Evie / Stacey (voice)
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Tori / Amanda (voice)
Russell Roberts ...
Samuel (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Lorelai / Producer / Elevator Voice / Lexi (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
John Pocket / Director (voice)
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Donovan (voice)
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Ms. Marklin / Lizzie (voice)
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Rick (voice)
Matt Hill ...
Todd / DJ (voice)
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Join Polly and her friends as they participate on a TV show called "Roll Like That" in Polly's amusement park. Watch as their friendship is put to the test and they endure the challenges that threaten them.

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November 2006 (USA)  »

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Polly Pocket: PollyWorld  »

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Spoofed in Robot Chicken: Yogurt in a Bag (2016) See more »

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Perfect Kinda Day
Performed by Sara Niemietz
Song by Amy Powers, Lukasz Gottwald (as Lukasz Gotwald), Marjorie Maye and Steve Wolf
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OK, good & poor themes. 7 year old daughter in love with it.
11 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sweet & sour. Good themes of friendship, trust, putting others needs before your own. Didn't like the commercialism and the focus on needing to shop all the time. Also these girls are focused on clothes and shopping - fashion is a key value. Also blatant advertising for Popsicle - are they owned by Mattel? There was an evil stepmother which some object to, but overall I liked it. Polly was always nice - even when facing adversity, and bounced back from bad news - good lessons for my girl to emulate. My 7 year old daughter is Polly crazy (an understatement) and we've watched this about six times so far. She can watch it over and over and over and enjoy it. We are up for another Polly movie.


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