The Brave Little Toaster

The Brave Little Toaster

DVD - 2003
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Five electrical appliances find that their young owner has disappeared. The toaster takes charge, rounding up the vacuum cleaner, the electric blanket, bedside lamp and radio. Together they take off for the big city in search of their master.
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Walt Disney Home Video : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, 2003
ISBN: 9780788845581
Branch Call Number: J DVD BRAVE 1DISC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in


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Jul 18, 2018

Disney takes anthropomorphism to a new level in this animated tale of five abandoned appliances who take to the road in search of their beloved pint-sized master after his family moves to the big city. Featuring good old-fashioned animation and some lively musical numbers including a macabre stint in a used appliance store and a death row dirge played amongst rusting heaps of condemned cars. I suppose one could see a subtle jab at our consumer mentality but for the most part it's a lesson on the importance of respect, cooperation and self-sacrifice aimed squarely at the preschool crowd. Jon Lovitz and Phil Hartman lend their voices.

EmilyBoban Mar 15, 2014

As a child, my sister and I watched this film over and over and over. To be honest, the series is pretty depressing, as I look back at the songs and situations.

klints Dec 21, 2012

I absolutely loved this movie as a kid. I've watched it countless times.


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A toaster (voice of Deanna Oliver), a radio (voice of Jon Lovitz), a desk lamp (voice of Tim Stack), a vacuum (voice of Thurl Ravenscroft), and an electric blanket (voice of an eight-year-old Timothy E. Day) find that their young owner has mysteriously disappeared and left them behind. The toaster leads a trek to find him as the appliances try to survive despite limited sources of electricity. Worse, when they get to the big city, they find new, modern appliances who tell them they're outdated. :)


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