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Monster High: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love? -- As the epic Sweet 1600th of Draculara approaches, she's got two crush-worthy guys out to steal her heart (literally) before the big event in this freaky fabulous movie!


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21 December 2011 (USA) See more »
Valentine's Day and the 1600th Draculaura's birthday are coming. Ghoulfriends are making her the party, Clawd (her current boyfriend) is looking for perfect gift but suddenly Valentine (the old one) appears. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Laura Bailey ... Lagoona Blue (voice)

Ogie Banks ... Clawd Wolf (voice)

Cam Clarke ... Heath Burns / Mr. Rotter / Hep Clouds / Valentine's Mother (voice) (as Cam Clark)

Debi Derryberry ... Draculaura (voice)

Erin Fitzgerald ... Abbey Bominable / Spectra Vondergeist / Cupid (voice)

Kate Higgins ... Frankie Stein (voice)
Jonathan Lipow ... Valentine (voice) (as John Lipow)
Mark Mercado ... Troll (voice)
Audu Paden ... Ghoulia Yelps / Manny Taur / Mr. Hack / Slow Moe (voice)

Cindy Robinson ... Holt Hyde / Jackson Jekyll / Operetta (voice)

Salli Saffioti ... Clawdeen Wolf / Cleo DeNile (voice)
Evan Smith ... Deuce Gorgon / Gil Webber / Mike / Ted (voice)

America Young ... Toralei Stripe / Howleen Wolf / Purrsephone / Meowlody / Invisable Girl (voice)

Directed by
Dustin Mckenzie 
Steve Sacks 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mike Montesano 
Ted Zizik 

Produced by
Colin Beadle .... line producer
Tina Chow .... producer
Ken Faier .... executive producer
Asaph Fipke .... executive producer
Chuck Johnson .... executive producer
Audu Paden .... executive producer
Maria Elena Rodriguez .... producer (as Maria Rodriguez)
Lauren Rose .... associate producer
Ira Singerman .... producer
Original Music by
Steven Argila 
Art Direction by
Andy Poon 
Production Management
Adam Voghell .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lindsay Lorraine .... assistant director
Art Department
Jason Gauthier .... storyboard artist
Michelle Graybeal .... lead designer
Lih Liau .... storyboard director
Mike Myhre .... storyboard director
John Young .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Rick Hinson .... sound designer
Gordon Sproule .... re-recording mixer
Gordon Sproule .... sound editor
Curtis S.D. MacDonald .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Phil Chornohus .... cgi & fx artist
Phannya Ren .... imaging production assistant
Animation Department
Evany Brown .... junior animator
Amanda Cunha .... junior animator
Christine Cunningham .... animation supervisor
Jennifer Guglielmucci .... animator
Randy Huang .... animator
Ryan King .... animator
Myles McNeil .... animator
Emma Milligen .... junior animator
Eric Rodrigues .... animator
Chris Sokalofsky .... animation supervisor
Jessica Zanetti .... animation supervisor
Editorial Department
Irene Sommerfeldt .... post production supervisor
Other crew
Ericka Aceves .... production assistant
Lily Crawford .... creative consultant
Jaimie Cryder .... production assistant
Nima Ghilamipour .... design production assistant
Eric Hardie .... creative consultant
Charles Kittison .... production assistant
Byron Leboe .... senior designer
Kathleen Murray .... creative consultant
Cory Osterberg .... junior designer
Betsy Parton .... creative consultant
Chris Souza .... junior designer
Kristie Van Rinsum .... creative consultant
David Watt .... production coordinator
Emily White .... production coordinator
Sun Mi Yoon .... design production assistant


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USA:46 min

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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Nice Lovable Monsters, 6 April 2013
Author: Xitij Thool from Mumbai, India

After watching trailer leading arouse curiosity, as a Anime lover couldn't wait to watch this.

Monsters are scary some terrified us in Horror movies,stories but they fell in love in their high school, yup that is totally new to me.

The director and whole staff has done their best and it is worth it , felt like watching something different with especially with monsters.

They had shown their efforts it's best in the Graphics character design, background , funny story-line was prefect to retain attention.

This will teach you something new about the Monsters they are Not all bad some are good also no matter how they look.

No need to keep distance from these Lovely adorable monsters after all they are not here to scare you but to entertain you.

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