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Recess: All Growed Down (2003)

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TJ and the gang has their shares of memories as kindergarteners when the kindergarteners captures them
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rickey D'Shon Collins Rickey D'Shon Collins ... Vince LaSalle (voice)
Jason Davis ... Mikey Blumberg (voice)
Ashley Johnson ... Gretchen Grundler (voice)
Myles Jeffrey ... T.J. Detweiler (voice)
Andrew Lawrence ... Younger T.J. (voice)
Ross Malinger ... Older T.J. (voice)
Courtland Mead ... Gus Griswald (voice)
Pamela Adlon ... Spinelli (voice) (as Pamela S. Adlon)
Allyce Beasley ... Miss Grotke (voice)
April Winchell ... Miss Finster (voice)
Dabney Coleman ... Principal Prickley (voice)
Klee Bragger Klee Bragger ... Digger Sam (voice)
Lane Toran ... King Bob (voice) (as Toran Caudell)
Danny Cooksey ... (voice)
Rachel Crane ... Ashley Q (voice)
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TJ and the gang has their shares of memories as kindergarteners when the kindergarteners captures them

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Even kindergartners deserve a little respect.


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G | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Disney

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 December 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Het speelplein: van groot tot klein See more »

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

The movie shows the whole Recess gang as kindergärtners, including, in "Wild Child", Gus Griswald. This retrons Gus' earlier introduction as a new student at school, by showing that when new kindergärtner Gus wreaks havoc and causing the other Recess gang kindergärtners to rebel against Ms Finster and kindergärtner Randall, Gus is later sent to another, out of sate school and soon forgets his Recess friends, and they in turn, forget Gus, viewing him as a new student when he appears in 1:2, "The New Kid". See more »

Connections

Follows Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade (2003) See more »

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It was both bad and good for me.
27 April 2017 | by antiqueangel-57204See all my reviews

I would have preferred it if the entire DVD was all new material instead of showing flashbacks Recess episode focusing on the kindergarteners that I'm sure we've all seen already on TV more than once; when it does finally get to the never-before-seen part it's basically Gus making up this big far-fetched and fabricated lie about how he was actually in the same kindergarten class as his friends when they were all 5 years old at Third Street School, but then had to be taken out the same day he came and did not return until the age of 9 when the gang were in the 4th grade. He also claimed that he had completely different personality as a little kid and so did all his friends plus classmates until he changed their behavior and made them who they are as bigger kids; I frankly don't believe any word that came out of Gus's mouth during his story since it would make handful of plot holes in the Recess show so there's no way I could ever be convinced that any of it could ever be true, Gus saying that he was at a certain place at some point in time when he was not and saying that he acted a certain way when he never did. But if I had to say something nice about the DVD it would be that even Gus's story was obliviously made up on the spot it's still was interesting for the most part and very original to say the least;also the animation is very colorful and vibrant and the characters are all very cute a little kids, especially T.J. and most especially Spinelli who is my # 1 favorite.

Well that's all folks and thanks reading if you did.


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