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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Coming Out of Their Shells Tour (1990)

With the help of the fans and April O'Neil, the Ninja Turtles have to stop Shredder and Baxter Stockman from destroying all of the music in the world.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregory Garrison Gregory Garrison ... Donatello
Roger Kachel Roger Kachel ... Leonardo
David Shatraw David Shatraw ... Michelangelo
Ronn K. Smith Ronn K. Smith ... Raphael
Sherie Rene Scott ... April O'Neil (as Sherri Scott)
Jack Scott Jack Scott ... Baxter Stockman / Footclanner
Beau Allen ... Shredder
Mark Eris Mark Eris ... Splinter
John Bantay John Bantay ... Footclanner
Greg Butler Greg Butler ... Footclanner (as Gregory Butler)
Clete Larkey ... Footclanner
Alfredo Miller Alfredo Miller ... Footclanner
Michael Steuber Michael Steuber ... Footclanner
Jim Testa Jim Testa ... Footclanner
Michelle Schumacher ... Swing
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In "The Coming out of Their Shells Tour" The Ninja Turtles have decided to travel around the world to meet their fans face to face... singing songs they wrote such as "Coming Out of Our Shells", "Pizza Power", "Skippin Stones", "Walk Straight", and "Tubin'". Though while the Turtles are enjoying their time singing and dancing for the fans, Shredder decides to make an attempt to stop the Turtles from making people happy. Shredder, with the help of Baxter Stockman comes forth with his De-Harmonic Convergence Converter. Using this device they will steal all the music in the world, and it also weakens the Turtles if they stand in front of it. Once Shredder arrives on stage with the De-Marmonic Controller the Turtles have to retreat and come up with a plan to save the day. As the fans are tortured by Shredder's bad jokes and singing!!!! The Turtles have to come up with a plan to stop Shredder's De-Harmonic Convergence Converter... and make the world safe for music. Written by Donatello Ivey

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"Count On Us"

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Musical | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 October 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Coming Out of Their Shells Tour See more »

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Connections

Version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) See more »

Soundtracks

April's Ballad
performed by April O'Neil
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Love it love it!
15 August 2007 | by JennyB1124See all my reviews

For those who don't like this video, I whole heartedly disagree. I too was a little kid when the tour came out and I saw it live. It was the coolest thing I ever saw! Of course the costumes are different, have you checked out the choreography they have to do? They have to be able to move! And yeah the fight scenes are kinda cheesy but think about it, it's a live performance for little kids, plus I don't think their costumes could handle that much abuse. The plot I thought was great, the kids get so into it when they know the turtles will be there to save the day. And I love how the personalities are so polished in each of the turtles, they are so "cool" kids can relate and love it! I still watch it and still sing along, the voice quality of the songs and the music in general is awesome. I especially love April's Ballad. Songs like that aren't easy to belt. I actually used that song for an audition once. And at 22, I still get goosebumps when I hear "You Can Count On Us." It's OK if you hate this show in comparison to other turtle material, but appreciate the work that was put into it, how many kids it touched, and how many people still watch and love the tape after all these years.


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