Barbie and her athletic best friends slip into their smart outfits when a secret intelligence agency wants to use their special skills to stop a series of gem robberies. Will the Spy Squad succeed in this difficult cat-and-mouse game?


Marsha F. Griffin (as Marsha Griffin), Kacey Arnold





Credited cast:
Erica Lindbeck ... Barbie (voice)
Stephanie Sheh ... Renee (voice)
Jenny Pellicer ... Teresa (voice)
Alyssya Swales ... Chelsea (voice)
Elizabeth Irving Elizabeth Irving ... Mila (voice)
Brian Dobson ... Agent Dunbar / Announcer / Head Chef (voice)
Rebecca Husain ... Patricia (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Aunt Zoe (voice)
Ian Hanlin ... Lazlo (voice)
Jonathan Holmes ... Percy (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Violet / Alarm (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tarra Layne Tarra Layne ... Barbie (singing voice)


Who would have thought that the athletic and hard-working gymnasts, Barbie, Teresa, and Renee could be thrill-seeking undercover agents? Before long, the girls will find themselves in a fast-paced adventure, when a secret intelligence agency wants to use the inseparable team's special skills to stop a series of precious gem robberies, and to unearth the elusive thief. Now, with a new set of high-tech gadgets and a pair of unexpected companions, Barbie and her sisters-in-arms must work fast in this difficult cat-and-mouse game to prove their worth. Who can stop the mighty Spy Squad? Written by Nick Riganas

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An Adventure For Your Little Spy!


Animation | Family


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If looking closely in the wardrobe department of the secret agency where Barbie and her friends are picking out costumes, one can see that each outfit is from a previous Barbie film released before this one. See more »

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Cool action film
25 February 2017 | by aloonwolfSee all my reviews

This is a fun film with great action and characters. Barbie films have a habit of including characters that would be lame in other children's films but turn out to be cool and entertaining. Imagine Barbie as a super-Jedi knight, wearing a stunning outfit as usual.

Concerning another review, consider something from the film 'They Might Be Giants.' The main character enjoyed watching old Western films in the cinema, where there is a clear simple black and white distinction between good and evil, where justice was served and the heroes were not infected with the same evil they are supposed to be opposing. And as the modern world gets more corrupted they stop showing these kind of films as there is no demand for them any more. That is why I love the ALMOST perfect character of Barbie, and the simplicity of the stories - which of course are just a foundation for people to build their own stories upon, as these films are meant to sell toys for the viewers to continue the story in their own way using their imagination. I don't want these modern flawed heroes, I want the perfect Christ-like woman who always does what is right and inspires others to do the same. "Nobody is perfect" is an excuse people use for them to do evil!

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