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Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars -- HARRIET "THE SPY" WELSCH is determined to become her class blogger. Competing against her supreme nemesis - the very popular Marion Hawthorne - Harriet sets out to do whatever it takes for the honor. So when Harriet's father, movie producer Roger Welsch signs a deal to make a sequel to the smash hit teen-musical, 'SPY TEEN,' Harriet senses her perfect opportunity. Harriet, despite her disdain for him and everything he represents, decides to blog about Skander Hill, the movie's popular teen heartthrob.  Embarking on a mission to spy on Skander and unearth any embarrassing secrets she can find, Harriet, with the help of her best friends Sport and Janie, manages to turn Skander's every misstep into fodder for her postings. As Harriet nourishes the school's feeding frenzy by leading her readers to believe she knows Skander personally, a jealous Marion challenges Harriet to prove it. Desperate to save face and win her dream role as class blogger, Harriet sneaks onto the film's set and poses as a dancer to get closer to Skander. When Skander recognizes Harriet as the shadowy figure that's been spying on him, he throws a tantrum in front of everyone, and all seems lost for Harriet.   However, being the spy that she is, Harriet has captured the entire episode on her mobile phone and in a moment of impulse and frustration posts it on the school blog. But when a vengeful Marion uploads the video on the Internet, the result is a complete catastrophe. Harriet's world quickly begins to crumble as does Skander's career, putting the entire film in jeopardy. Now with her father's film production and her friendships at risk, Harriet, as only she can, must somehow find a way to swallow her pride, confess her involvement in the scandal and make amends before it's all too late.
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Fame is Fleeting. The Internet is Forever... See more »
Young spy Harriet Welsch crosses paths with popular student Marion Hawthorne as the two girls vie to become the official blogger of their high school class. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jennifer Stone ... Harriet

Kristin Booth ... Golly

Wesley Morgan ... Skander

Doug Murray ... Roger

Shauna MacDonald ... Violetta

Jason Blicker ... Sol

Jayne Eastwood ... Ms. Elson

Melinda Shankar ... Janie

Alexander Conti ... Sport

Vanessa Morgan ... Marion

Aislinn Paul ... Beth Ellen

Kiana Madeira ... Rachel
Madison Cipparone ... Poppy

Danny Smith ... Tim

Craig Brown ... Steven

Martin Roach ... Alfred Cooper

Matthew Edison ... Director

Anand Rajaram ... Chef
Troy P. Liddell ... Coach (as Troy Liddell)
Kristi Angus ... Tiffany St. John

Adam Chuckryk ... Preston St. John

Ishan Morris ... TV Host (as Ish Morris)
Ann Turnbull ... Ms. Finch

Peter Mooney ... Lazaar
Adrianne Ho ... Model #1
Daniela Pero ... Model #2
Adam Lopapa ... Dancer
Adam Sergison ... Dancer (as Adam Serigson)

Alicia Vita Jones ... Dancer (as Alicia Josipovic)
Ashley Hoy ... Dancer
Brittany Cole ... Dancer
Damien Lavergne ... Dancer
Dominic Mortezadeh ... Dancer
Tanya Karn ... Dancer
Dwayne Gulston ... Dancer
Janaye Upshaw ... Dancer

Jordan Clark ... Dancer
Justin Lopes ... Dancer
Megan Moniz ... Dancer

Miles Faber ... Dancer
Stephanie Cole ... Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jennifer Walls ... (singing voice)

Dennis Long ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Directed by
Ron Oliver 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Alexandra Clarke  written by
Heather Conkie  written by
Louise Fitzhugh  based on characters created by

Produced by
Vince Commisso .... executive producer
Jonathan Hackett .... producer
Steve Jarosz .... executive producer (as Steven Jarosz)
Wendy Moss .... executive producer (as Wendy Moss-Klein)
Natalie Osborne .... executive producer
Nancy Steingard .... executive producer
Original Music by
Trevor Yuile 
Cinematography by
Alwyn Kumst 
Film Editing by
Ben Wilkinson 
Casting by
Stephanie Gorin 
Production Design by
Gavin Mitchell 
Art Direction by
Greg Chown 
Set Decoration by
Carol Lavoie 
Costume Design by
Joanne Hansen 
Makeup Department
Kelly Brennan .... key hair stylist
Dee Cummings .... assistant hair
Maribeth Knezev .... key makeup artist
Linda Steeves .... assistant makeup
Production Management
B.E. Sharp .... unit production manager
Rachel Sutherland .... post-production supervisor
Liliana Vogt .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robyn Basian .... first assistant director
Stephen J. Donkers .... additional third assistant director
Justin Gajewski .... daily third assistant director
Mark MacDonald .... third assistant director
Javiera Quintana .... trainee assistant director
Melinda Ramsay .... second assistant director
Art Department
Tamara Andrews .... painter
Dexter Bonaparte .... assistant property master
Harold Gay .... art department apprentice
Caroline George-Kohne .... set decoration buyer
Paul Greenberg .... first assistant art director
Sabri Lariani .... assistant head carpenter
Stephen Levitt .... property master
Kevin McCulloch .... head carpenter
Brian Mullen .... key scenic
Brian Mullin .... key scenic
Marcelo Pinero .... art department apprentice
John Rankin .... lead set decorator
Paul Renaut .... set dresser
Dana Richardson .... on-set dresser
Ken Sinclair .... set dresser
Geoff Smith .... set dresser
Zachary Vero .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Denis Bellingham .... boom operator
Tobias Bjarnason .... foley recordist (as Toby Bjarnason)
Tom Bjelic .... sound effects editor
Elius Caruso .... sound re-recording mixer
Christian T. Cooke .... sound re-recording mixer (as Chris Cooke)
Henry Embry .... sound mixer
Mark Gingras .... sound effects editor
Alastair Gray .... adr editor
Tim O'Connell .... foley artist
Brandon Prodger .... adr recordist
Jill Purdy .... dialogue editor
James Robb .... assistant sound editor (as Jimmy Robb)
Lucas Roveda .... rerecording assistant
Scott Schaffner .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Darcy Callaghan .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Rex Alerta .... visual effects artist
Darren Locke .... visual effects: Keyframe Digital Productions
Derek Schneider .... visual effects
Dennis Temprile .... visual effects project manager: Keyframe Digital Productions
Goran Zovkic .... visual effects artist
Shawn C. Orr .... stunt performer
John Stead .... stunt coordinator
Alan Tang .... stunt performer
Tsu-Ching Yu .... stunt performer (as Tsu Ching Yu)
Camera and Electrical Department
Rod Benjamin .... key grip
Sam Bojin .... best boy electric
Jerry Borris .... best boy electric
Meredith Budgen-Starnes .... second assistant camera (as Meredith Starnes)
Ron Forward .... dolly grip
Sophie Giraud .... still photographer
Morning Glory .... data management technician
Wilton Higgins .... grip
Ben Mark Holdzberg .... still photographer (as Ben Mark Holzberg)
Colin Hoult .... a camera operator
Lee Ionsen .... generator operator
Jason Lenory .... grip
Michael Melnechenko .... electric (as Mike Melnechenko)
Stephen Myers .... electric
Dave Navratil .... electric
Gottfried Pflugbeil .... first assistant camera
Scott Phillips .... gaffer
Ramon Reyes .... grip
Neil Roy .... best boy grip
Courtney Schreiter .... camera trainee
Stephen Scott .... still photographer: gallery
Sean Skarupa .... electric
Joe Speranzioso .... electric
James Tamblyn .... video playback
Steve Wilkie .... still photographer
Ken Woroner .... still photographer
Casting Department
Roisin McGilly .... casting director: background (as R. McGilly)
Karen Williams .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heather Blurton .... set supervisor
Maria Fermo .... assistant costume designer
Kim Porter .... truck supervisor
Leonie Reid .... costume buyer
Editorial Department
Mark Bishop .... on-line assistant
Will Hearn .... packaging editor
Colin Kish .... first assistant editor
Mark Kueper .... color timer
Kyle MacDonald .... video coordinator
Chris Mayo .... on-line editor
Location Management
Gord Byford .... location production assistant
Bryn Garrison .... location manager
Chris Moulson .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Jody Colero .... music supervisor
Christine Leslie .... music licensing
Transportation Department
Michael Corazza .... transportation co-captain
Mike Corraza .... driver
Arlene Halpenny-Heeley .... cast driver
Arlene Halpenny-Heeley .... driver: cast
Jason McCormack .... honeywagon driver
Jeff Peebles .... driver
Doug Perry .... transportation coordinator
Regina Petrik .... daily driver
Steve Russell .... head driver
Mike Ryan .... picture car coordinator
Marco Sousa .... transportation co-captain
Robert Tenaglia .... transportation captain
Grant Volkers .... driver
Other crew
Katie Abbott .... craft service
Krista Barron .... legal and business affairs
Maggie Camara .... legal and business affairs
Kate Clark .... first assistant accountant
Christopher Comrie .... payroll accountant
Catherine Currie .... production accountant
Jill Fraser .... legal and business affairs
Acia Greason .... production assistant
Ryan Greig .... production assistant
Paula Hopla .... stand-in
Aaron Horton .... assistant production coordinator
Susan R. Jones .... production coordinator
Patricia Joyes .... script supervisor
Kyle Limkilde .... stand-in
Darren Martin .... craft service
Blake McGrath .... dance choreographer
Meaghan McGrath .... assistant to choreographer
Yan Regis .... set medic
Beth Sulman .... unit publicist
Stefanie Tolman .... tutor
Ashley Toste .... assistant to producers

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8 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Who Will Be The Class Blogger?, 26 March 2010
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

The Magic Kingdom always tries to give their young teen players a chance at the spotlight. In the case of Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars the chance comes to Jennifer Stone best known as being the Bohemian sidekick of Selena Gomez in Wizards Of Waverly Place.

Jennifer and an all Canadian supporting cast filmed this item in Toronto and Hamilton and the film is about two competing teens for the chance to become the class blogger. Jennifer's a bright and intelligent young lady and her dad Doug Murray is a film producer and she writes well. But her rival Vanessa Morgan is the future prom queen with the popularity to match. Guess who's got the advantage?

But Jennifer's not without resources, her dad happens to be producing a film starring the current teen heartthrob Wesley Morgan. Nothing sells a blog like celebrity dirt and for young teenage girls, dirt on an idol is catnip to the feline.

Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars will never rate high among the Disney made for television projects, but Jennifer Stone and the cast perform well enough and the predictable story is easy to take. I've the feeling though that Ms. Stone is capable of better.

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