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The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

watch a 1987 animated movie Parent's Choice Award winner about really funny five appliances - a toaster, a lamp, an electric blanket, a radio, and a vacuum cleaner - who go on a fabulous search for their young master, a film adaptation based on novel The Brave Little Toaster: A Bedtime Story For Small Appliances by Thomas M. Disch
 
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Toaster, a brave and loyal toastmaster, the main character and the leader of the five appliances
Toaster, a brave and loyal toastmaster, the main character and the leader of the five appliances
(Deanna Oliver) "We're not gonna give up hope"
  Blanky, an electric blanket with a harmless, honest behavior. She is overly-sensitive and gets upset very easily
Blanky, an electric blanket with a harmless, honest behavior. She is overly-sensitive and gets upset very easily
(Timothy E. Day) "He's a little puffy yellow angel, with a knob nose."
  Lampy It is an orange desktop lamp with a long, flexible gooseneck, irritable and easily impressed
Lampy It is an orange desktop lamp with a long, flexible gooseneck, irritable and easily impressed
(Tim Stack) "I was thinking, you guys will need somebody bright along."
  Radio, a red vacuum tube-based dial alarm radio. He is prone to exaggeration and boasting
Radio, a red vacuum tube-based dial alarm radio. He is prone to exaggeration and boasting
(Jon Lovitz) "I've always loved travel, anyway."
Kirby, a vacuum cleaner, bossy towards the others, he risks his life to save others more than once
Kirby, a vacuum cleaner, bossy towards the others, he risks his life to save others more than once
(Thurl Ravenscroft) "I just know I'm going to regret this."
  Rob, the  human owner of the five appliances. Appearing like a child in flashbacks, he is now an adult, who leaving for college
Rob, the human owner of the five appliances. Appearing like a child in flashbacks, he is now an adult, who leaving for college
(Wayne Kaatz) " Where could I find another toaster like this?"
  Elmo St. Peters is a middle-aged man who owns a spare parts store, where he disassembles devices and sell the pieces
Elmo St. Peters is a middle-aged man who owns a spare parts store, where he disassembles devices and sell the pieces
(Joe Ranft) "Boy, are you some lucky guy! This was the last one left."
  Air Conditioner is a household appliance who living in the cottage with the other five appliances, but unlike them, he remains at home
Air Conditioner is a household appliance who living in the cottage with the other five appliances, but unlike them, he remains at home
(Phil Hartman) "I was designed to stick in a wall!"
Mish-Mash, a hybrid device built by Elmo in parts of several different appliances
Mish-Mash, a hybrid device built by Elmo in parts of several different appliances
(Judy Toll) "I'm a can-opener, a lamp and a shaver!"
  Hanging Lamp, a supporting  film character, looks good and helpful gave Lampy a new bulb
Hanging Lamp, a supporting film character, looks good and helpful gave Lampy a new bulb
(Phil Hartman) "They want to know how to escape!"
  Black and White TV is a kind-hearted old friend of the five appliances
Black and White TV is a kind-hearted old friend of the five appliances
(Jonathan Benair) "Well, I see you haven't changed"
Tandy, a home computer who is the leader of the modern machines
Tandy, a home computer who is the leader of the modern machines
(Randy Bennett) "We are on the cutting edge of technology"
  Plugsy is a pear-shaped violet lamp with a bulb upgrade which is an ally of the  cutting-edge appliances
Plugsy is a pear-shaped violet lamp with a bulb upgrade which is an ally of the cutting-edge appliances
(Jim Jackman) "Should we let them in?"
  Chris is Rob's tomboy girlfriend
Chris is Rob's tomboy girlfriend
(Colette Savage) "Why don't we just go cruising and see what we can find?"
 
Full quotes part 1 RADIO: Good morning, good morning! That was: A-Billion-and-One Strings, playing one of your favorite tunes. At the top of the news this morningAt the top of the news this morning there's monkey business in Utah. A band of renegade chimpanzees have kidnapped Pulitzer prize-winning poet Lester Charles. LAMPY: What's the big idea? I'm attempting to sleep! RADIO: Look buddy, I doing a broadcasting. Do you mind? Whoa, not in the face, pal! Uh, the chimps are protesting. LAMPY: I've got a mind to reset your alarm permanentlyI've got a mind to reset your alarm permanently! RADIO: Sorry, folks. We're experiencing technical difficulty but it's nothing we can't handle! This just in. Domestic violence erupts in peaceful cottage! We'll keep you post. LAMPY: Whew! Can't hear your own thoughts with all the racket. Holy mother of Edison! What were you thinking? You might have broken my bulb! RADIO: I'm thinking you think too much, palI'm thinking you think too much, pal. We need wake-up music. RADIO (SINGING): So when it's raining, / Have no regrets / Because it isn't raining, rain you know / It's raining violets! AIR CONDITIONER: Blah! KIRBY: Va-rooooom! LAMPY: I'll track you to the end of this carpet. Come here. I'm going to get you. Wait till I fix your speakerWait till I fix your speaker! RADIO: Rusetti picks it up and throws. Cepeda tags, he heads for second. LAMPY: Wait till I get my plugs on you! RADIO: The crowd goes wild. Can you believe those Brooklyn Dodgers! LAMPY: I've got you. I've got you now. TOASTER: Ha, ha, ha. LAMPY: Hey! Come over here. I'm gonna. RADIO: You dare to cross foils with the greatest Saxon swordsman in the land? Have you any inkling who you're dealing with? RADIO: Precisely. A total idiot. If your sabre wags as loosely as your Norman tongue you'll be run through in an instant. Defend yourself, Sir Lampy of Locksley. A blow for Richard! LAMPY: Ouch! RADIO: A blow for Marian! LAMPY: Ouch! RADIO: A blow for Mario, the garbage man. LAMPY: Ouch! RADIO: And for the boys at the delicatessen. And here's one for the guys on 5th Street. No! Let go. Whoa! Ugh! RADIO: What's going on? What's going on? LAMPY: Who turned out the lightsWho turned out the lights? TOASTER: Good morning, everyone. BLANKY: Good morning, Toaster. RADIO: Hey, slots. LAMPY: Salutations! KIRBY: Umph! Thanks. RADIO: So, what's on our line-up today? LAMPY: What are our instructions? KIRBY: What do you mean, what are we gonna do today? The same thing we've done for the last 2,000 days. Chores! BLANKY: Chores? TOASTER: It'll be fun. RADIO:Fun? I'm always up for fun! Listen, a broadcast from Ebbets Field! It's the top of the ninth... LAMPY: I don't understand how chores could be funI don't understand how chores could be fun. KIRBY: Not supposed to be fun. It's work! BLANKY: I don't like to work without the Master. TOASTER: Well, okay. If you guys don't want to work, why don't we play a gameIf you guys don't want to work, why don't we play a game? RADIO: What sort of game? LAMPY: What are the rules? TOASTER: There's only one rule. You can't stop till the house is clean. RADIO: Boo! LAMPY: Boo! RADIO: Gotcha, pal. Leave it to me. Hang on to your hats, you devil dogs because the master bebop blaster of all time is gonna give you a soul injection. BLANKY: A car. TOASTER: A car? BOTH: A car! RADIO: All right, fellows, steady. A little to the leftA little to the left. Whoa, careful now. BLANKY: I'm gonna fall. KIRBY: Keep climbing. And you, get that light out of my eyes! RADIO: That's it. That's right. All right, a little to the left. To the right! There you go. All right, a little to the middle. I don't know which direction the middle is in. TOASTER: Can you see? LAMPY: Is it him? Is it him? RADIO: Any news? I'm dying down here. TOASTER: Is it the Master? Is it the Master? BLANKY: It's him. He's back! It's the Master! YOUNG MASTER: Blanky! BLANKY: Master! YOUNG MASTER: Blanky! LAMPY: Well, was it him? I'm just curious as to whether or not it was him. I hate being left in the dark, you know. I guess we can assume that it wasn't him, right? TOASTER: Let's get back to work. RADIO: Sorry for that interruption, folks. We return to our regularly scheduled program at this time. BLANKY: Whaa-haa-haa. KIRBY: Cry, weep, wail and sob. It's disgusting. Every time! I can't believe it. Every single. Give me that stupid picture. BLANKY: No, no! TOASTER: I'll put it away. KIRBY: In the garbage! BLANKY: You can't! KIRBY: Wimp! TOASTER: Let go! KIRBY: He's not coming back anyway. LAMPY: He might. Fact is, there's not enough facts. RADIO: Fight breaks out in peaceful mountain cottage shocking world and bringing Geneva talks to a grinding halt! BLANKY: Let me have it. KIRBY: You can't. Oh, no. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

Trivia

Was produced by Hyperion Animation along with The Kushner-Locke Company and was followed by two sequels: The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (1998) and The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue (1999).
The film score was composed and conducted by David Newman and performed by the New Japan Philharmonic.


Production

Directed by Jerry Rees; produced by Donald Kushner, Thomas L. Wilhite; screenplay by Jerry Rees, Joe Ranft; story by Jerry Rees, Joe Ranft, Brian McEntee; music by David Newman; songs by Van Dyke Parks; edited by Donald W. Ernst; art direction by Brian McEntee;

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The Brave Little Toaster part 1
The Brave Little Toaster part 1
  2 do what you like
2 do what you like
  3 from here you can see
3 from here you can see
  4 come here look at this
4 come here look at this
 
5 could be on our way
5 could be on our way
  6 know what he's going
6 know what he's going
  7 what does that mean
7 what does that mean
  8 all under one roof
8 all under one roof