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Tooth (2004)

TV-G | | Family, Fantasy | 13 February 2004 (UK)
TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about ... See full summary »


Edouard Nammour


Edouard Nammour, Piers Fletcher (additional material) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Rory Copus ... Tom
Sally Phillips ... Mom
Tim Dutton ... Dad
Maisie Preston Maisie Preston ... Tolly
Craig Parkinson ... Store Cashier
Yasmin Paige ... Tooth
Georgina Terry Georgina Terry ... Stutter Fairy
Elizabeth McKechnie ... Bitter Fairy
Debbie Chazen ... Fat Fairy
Francesca Longrigg ... Whiny Fairy
Paul Sarony Paul Sarony ... Delivery Guy
Anna Wing Anna Wing ... Ancient Fairy
Lily Atkinson ... New Recruit
Jim Broadbent ... The Rabbit (voice)
Leagh Conwell ... Bully Boy


TOOTH tells the story of a young, feisty Tooth Fairy, who lives in a world called Fairytopia that has lost its ability to use magic. Fed up with the way most fairies have forgotten about magic, she decides to give away all of its money and bankrupt her world, two days before Xmas. When TOOTH realises how much trouble she is in, she realises the only person who can help is the legendary Mrs. Santa Claus, who disappeared, along with magic over 100 years ago. Teaming up with two human children and a number of fairies, who are living incognito amongst humans she sets off on the adventure of a lifetime. Pursued by the evil Plug, a terrifying fairy Written by Anonymous

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Only one fairy has the courage to bring the magic back...


Family | Fantasy


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Background Vocals by Jane Vaughan
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Worth seeing to really appreciate how bad a film can be
14 March 2004 | by blondieLassSee all my reviews

Yesterday I went to see this film, mainly because last year I had started writing a children's book about a tooth fairy world and wondered how it could have turned out. I am a 23 year old, but enjoy children's films too, and after seeing Harry Enfield on This Morning suggesting that it had a lot of gags for adults too, I was looking forward to it.

How wrong could I be! It had a good cast, but had no real story, appeared to be dull and dreary, couldn't decided which country it was set in (US Dollars and British pennies apparently making up the currency), couldn't decide which decade it was shot in and had no likable characters whatsoever.

Please do go and make up your own mind, I want other people to see it just to know how much you wish it was over.

I am going to leave it at that before my blood pressure shoots up again!

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Release Date:

13 February 2004 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dente - Um Desejo Realizado See more »


Box Office


$12,000,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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