The heartwarming tale of four lively young teens (who just happen to be hamsters) on a quest to find the Palace of Zhu, where they believe all their dreams will come true. Join the feisty ... See full summary »

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Bob Doucette
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Cast overview:
Mariah Wilkerson Mariah Wilkerson ... Katie (voice)
Shannon Chan-Kent ... Pipsqueak (voice)
Ian James Corlett ... Mr. Squiggles / Stinker / Zhusquashya (voice)
Sean Campbell ... Chunk (voice)
Erin Mathews ... Num Nums / Serfer (voice)
Jillian Michaels Jillian Michaels ... Jilly (voice)
Jan Rabson ... Zhu Fu / Mangawanga (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Mazhula (voice)
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The heartwarming tale of four lively young teens (who just happen to be hamsters) on a quest to find the Palace of Zhu, where they believe all their dreams will come true. Join the feisty and lovable Pipsqueak,Mr. Squiggles, Chunk, Num Nums, and Stinker as she gets swept away to the other side of the Zhuniverse. Written by Anonymous

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There's No Place Like Here
Music Composed by Michael Tavera
Lyrics by Ken Stacy
Performed by Paula Winger (as Wendy Winger)
[Plays over the opening credits.]
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I didn't watch this intentionally (seriously)...
14 October 2011 | by duckman1981See all my reviews

The things you sometimes see when you're around children. I'm sure one of the characters (well, the voice anyway) was ripping off Splinter from TMNT. I like puns, but this one brought out the ones that rolled my eyes so far, I don't need to check for brain tumours anymore.

As an upcoming movie reviewer, I couldn't help but take notice of this...thing, which was playing in the background when I was doing something productive. Unfortunately, this thing I was doing had moments where waiting was involved. Otherwise, I would've missed the movie. I guess we all make sacrifices from time to time.

I suppose it's good for young kids, but as for anyone older - bring a box of tissues. No, it's not a sad film, but it'll make you cry while thinking to yourself, "Why am I doing this to myself?"


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Release Date:

27 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zhu Zhu Pets: Quest for Zhu See more »

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