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Release Date:
2 November 2010 (USA) See more »
Care Power On! Join Funshine, Share, Cheer and the whole Care Power Team as they organize the annual Giving Festival in this adorable tale! | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Ashleigh Ball ... (voice)

Kathleen Barr ... (voice)

Garry Chalk ... (voice)

Shannon Chan-Kent ... (voice)

Ian James Corlett ... (voice)

Richard Ian Cox ... (voice)

Anna Cummer ... (voice)

Peter Kelamis ... (voice)

Andrea Libman ... (voice)

Scott McNeil ... (voice) (as Scott Mcneil)
Tracey Moore ... (voice)

Mark Oliver ... Grizzle (voice)

Kelly Sheridan ... (voice)

Tabitha St. Germain ... (voice)

Sam Vincent ... (voice)

Directed by
Larry Houston 
Davis Doi (supervising director)
Writing credits
Thomas Hart (screenplay)

Produced by
Jeffrey Conrad .... executive producer
Jonathan Dern .... executive producer
Sarah Finn .... executive producer
Carol Monroe .... executive producer
Dave Polter .... executive producer (as David Polter)
Paul Sabella .... executive producer
Nadia Saloom .... associate producer
Lucy Shih .... line producer: CGCG, Inc.
David Avoy Stein .... post production producer (as Dave Stein)
Robert Winthrop .... producer
Original Music by
Carl Johnson (original score by)
Casting by
Michael Donovan 
Art Direction by
Sean Platter 
Production Management
Barbara Cordova .... production manager (as Barbara Cordova Manzo)
Neera Garg .... production manager: BLT
Ivan Shih .... executive in charge of production: CGCG, Inc.
Sareana Sun .... head of production: CGCG, Inc.
Andy Tsao .... production supervisor: CGCG, Inc.
A.J. Ullman .... post-production supervisor (as AJ Ullman)
Sound Department
Jake Allston .... sound designer
Michael Beiriger .... re-recording mixer
Roy Braverman .... foley mixer
Chris Hobbs .... sound engineer
J. Lampinen .... digital audio transferer
J. Lampinen .... foley artist
Ray Leonard .... re-recording mixer
Robert Daniel Pratt .... digital audio transferer (as Rob Pratt)
Robbi Smith .... dialogue editor
Wes Swales .... sound engineer
Animation Department
Mark Lewis .... storyboard revisionist
Music Department
Michael Eisenstein .... song arranger
Kay Hanley .... song arranger
Carl Johnson .... music composer
Mark Ryan .... music editor
Other crew
John Bigler .... production accountant
Meihsin Chen .... coordinator: CGCG, Inc.
Michael Donovan .... voice director
Kent Guresky .... assistant accountant
Gloria Kao .... project manager: CGCG, Inc.
Min-Lun Kao .... coordinator: CGCG, Inc.
Kate Klotzbach .... production coordinator
Sake Li .... coordinator: CGCG, Inc.
Cathy Lo .... coordinator: CGCG, Inc.
Ian C. Murray .... production coordinator (as Ian Murray)
Gail Wilson .... assistant: voice director

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67 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »

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Difficult to properly define what I made of this, 18 May 2012
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

I have enjoyed most of the Care Bears offerings, though I am not a huge fan. The Giving Festival Movie is not one of their best(the TV show, Land Without Feelings and the original movie) but it isn't the worst(Journey to Joke-a-Lot). It is though the only outing that I am not sure what I made of it. I'll start with what I liked. I did like the animation mostly, the character designs are more refined than they were in Journey to Joke-a-Lot and Oopsy Does It! and there is a lot of colour and vibrancy in the backgrounds. The music is sweet and whimsical, with Care Power On full of energy and the best of the three songs, while the three stories revolving around one main theme have a reasonable amount of heart and charm. The Care Bears are likable enough, and the conflicting characters while not as scary or as memorable as those of the 80s incarnations are good. On the other hand, while the stories are pretty good, the title of the film promised a more festive feel and because I felt that there wasn't enough of it it seemed misleading. The ending also had an abrupt and that's it? feel to it, this wouldn't be so much a problem if the movie wasn't so short, I think it could have been at least 5 minutes longer. The writing is also rather corny and mawkish for my liking. Overall, if I had to sum it up, after much deliberation, it's not bad but nothing really leaps out as great. Cute but bland is perhaps more like it. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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