Tara Strong (born Tara Lynn Charendoff, February 12, 1973) is a voice actress originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She's also a stand-up comic best well playing Toot & Princess Clara from Drawn Together. Her voice has been used for a wide variety of Canadian and American animation including main roles in The Powerpuff Girls as Bubbles, Ben 10 as Benjamin Tennyson, Upgrade and Benwolf, The Fairly Odd Parents as Timmy Turner, Teen Titans as Raven, and many others. She has also lent her voice to Japanese animated films such as Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke, as well as her work as Elisa & Ursula in Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, Rikku in Final Fantasy X and its sequel Final Fantasy X-2. On January 30th, 2007, Tara confirmed that she will be the voice of Kluke in the North American localization of Blue Dragon.
Tara is most known in her voice acting for her incredibly high pitch when talking, which is most often spotlighted in her role as Bubbles in "The Powerpuff...
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Operation Z.E.R.O. is the first made-for-TV movie for the animated television series Codename: Kids Next Door. It originally aired on Friday, August 11, 2006 on Cartoon Network. A DVD release is planned. This will be released widescreen. As of August 2007 the DVD release hasn't got a release date.The enemies of the Kids Next Door, led by Father, join forces to resurrect the Ultimate Evil: Grandfather, a tyrant who once ruled the world many years ago when most of the villains were on the planet into his obedient "Senior Citizombies" slaves who are forced to make tapioca to refuel Grandfather so he can find and destroy the Book of K.N.D. The Kids Next Door are quickly overrun and defeated. It falls upon Numbah One to locate the KND's only hope for salvation, the legendary hero Numbah Zero. In the process, Numbah One learns some startling revelations about the origins of the KND, his arch-enemies Father and the Delightful Children from Down the Lane, and even his own family history.The...
Leroy & Stitch is an animated film created by Walt Disney Television Animation. It is a spin-off of the 2002 animated feature film Lilo & Stitch and the conclusion to the television series Lilo & Stitch: The Series and the franchise as well. The film debuted on the Disney Channel on June 23, 2006 and also aired on Toon Disney on June 26, 2006. It was released on DVD in the United States on June 27, 2006, a few days after the TV series finale.
Their mission to capture all 626 experiments and repurpose them on Earth has been completed, so Lilo and her family are honored as heroes by the Galactic Alliance. Jumba is given the key to his laboratory again, Pleakley is offered a post as chairman of Earth Studies at G.A.C.C. (Galactic Alliance Community College) and Stitch (experiment 626) is made a Captain of the Galactic Armada and commander of the BRB-9000 (BRB stands for "Big Red Battleship"). Lilo is made Ambassador to Earth and sole guardian of Stitch's "cousins". At first,...,
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman is an animated film based on the DC Comics character Batman and is the fourth film set in the same universe as Batman: The Animated Series. This movie was released direct-to-video and DVD in the U.S. in October 2003 and Britain in January 2004.
Created by the same creative team as The New Batman Adventures and Batman Beyond, the movie follows the time period of The New Batman / Superman Adventures, and is set before the implications shown in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker have affected Robin. Initially, it seems a new hero has arrived in Gotham, but as the title suggests, it is a mystery to even Batman who this new Batwoman actually is. As the plot thickens, so does the mystery as Batman must figure out who Batwoman is and to stop familiar enemies Penguin and Rupert Thorne from selling illegal weapons to the fictional nation of Kasnia. At the beginning of the story, they employ Carlton Duquesne, a gangster, to provide protection and muscle. Bane...
The Powerpuff Girls Movie (also known as The Powerpuff Girls and The Powerpuff Girls: The Movie) is animated feature-length film based on the Cartoon Network animated television series The Powerpuff Girls. Produced by Cartoon Network for Warner Bros. Studios, the film debuted in the U.S. on July 3, 2002. It was more or less a prelude of the television series, telling the story of how the Powerpuff Girls were created and how they came to be the defenders of Townsville, USA. It is, so far, the only Cartoon Network show to have a theatrical movie.During production, The Hollywood Reporter reported that voice actresses Cathy Cavadini, Tara Strong and E.G. Daily had gone on strike, protesting that they weren't being paid enough to star in a feature. The studio publicly mulled replacing them with new actresses, but eventually a deal was reached and the trio returned to voice the Powerpuff Girls again.This film was rated PG by the MPAA for non-stop frenetic animated action.The film featured...,
Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring is a 2001 animated direct-to-video film featuring Turner Entertainment's cat-and-mouse team Tom and Jerry. This was the first direct-to-video attempt to recapture the style of Hanna and Barbera's original cartoon shorts. Also, it was the final cartoon - and the final Tom & Jerry film - to be co-executive produced by both William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, as Hanna died on March 22, 2001.
It was produced by Turner Entertainment, distributed by Warner Home Video, and was released on VHS and DVD in 2001.
The story starts out in a creepy-looking mansion, where Tom, as usual, chases Jerry. Meanwhile, in the basement, a wizard named Chip is making a magical potion, using these ingredients: warts from a bullfrog, one stick of butter, and milk from a cow that lives in Calcutta. With a count of three, he uses his magic ring to make his potion, until it is realized that it doesn't work. Chip checks the milk carton that he used on the potion, but there is no...
Rugrats in Paris: The Movie - Rugrats II (aka The Rugrats Movie 2: Rugrats in Paris and Rugrats in Paris: The Movie) is the sequel to the 1998 film The Rugrats Movie and followed by the 2003 film Rugrats Go Wild that follows the continuing adventures of the Rugrats. The movie is the first Rugrats appearance of Kimi, Kira and Fifi, the poodle. This film was produced by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies, and originally released to movie theatres by November 17, 2000. It aired as the fourth summer movie on Nickelodeon on June 30, 2006.
This movie uses Chuckie as the main character and hero as he tries to find a new mother.
Tommy, his friends, and family travel to Paris, France, where his dad Stu has been summoned to fix the mechanical centerpiece of the EuroReptarLand theme park, a huge Reptar robot (from the Rugrats TV movie, Acorn Nuts and Diapie Butts, aired slightly before the film's release). Meanwhile, the park's director Coco LaBouche (voiced by Susan Sarandon), is looking...,
The Rugrats Movie is a 1998 animated film, produced by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies. Based on the animated long running Nickeloden series Rugrats, this film introduced Tommy's baby brother Dil Pickles named after Didi Pickles's cousin. Dil later appeared in the Rugrats series the next year, and is considered the darkest of the Rugrats films ever to be produced due to its tone and aspects of the storyline (Babies lost in dangerous woods, interior conflicts between the group over being lost and Dil himself), being radical departures from the series' usual light-hearted appeal. There are some mixed opinions on The Rugrats Movie as a result. It is also criticized due to the introduction of Dil Pickles, which cause most Rugrats fans to believe that the show has jumped the shark.
The film's plot itself mostly concerns the station ids for nICK jR and their adventures attempting to get along with Ducks, Horses's newborn baby brother and the problems he (sometimes) helps create....
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island is the first of a series of direct-to-video animated films based upon the Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It was released on September 22, 1998, and it was the first Scooby-Doo movie to be produced by Warner Bros. Animation in association with Hanna-Barbera Cartoons. The Mystery, Inc. gang, which includes Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma, travel to Moonscar Island which is located in the Louisiana bayou. The film was directed by Hiroshi Aoyama, Kazumi Fukushima, and Jim Stenstrum, based on Glenn Leopold's unfinished Swat Kats episode "The Curse of Kataluna", and written by Leopold and Davis Doi. The song "It's Terror Time Again", sung by Skycycle, played after Scooby Doo and the others found out that zombies were real.The movie opens with a somewhat horrific chase scene involving Mysteries, inc. being pursued by two green troll-like monsters. After a fortunate accident by shaggy, they are caught and discovered to be counterfitters. This is...
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