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Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild (11-Oct-2005)

Director: Audu Paden

Writers: Don McEnery; Bill Motz; Bob Roth; Bob Shaw; Douglas Wick

From novel: Stuart Little by E. B. White (character basis)

Original Score by: Atli Írvarsson

Producers: Douglas Wick; Lucy Fisher; Leslie Hough

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy

Second sequel to Stuart Little (1999).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wayne Brady
Talk Show Host
2-Jun-1972   Makes Bryant Gumbel look like Malcolm X
Geena Davis
Actor
21-Jan-1956   Earth Girls Are Easy
Michael J. Fox
Actor
9-Jun-1961   Back to the Future
Tom Kenny
Comic
13-Jul-1962   Mr. Show, SpongeBob SquarePants
Hugh Laurie
Actor
11-Jun-1959   Jeeves and Wooster, House
Peter MacNicol
Actor
10-Apr-1954   John Cage on Ally McBeal
Virginia Madsen
Actor
11-Sep-1961   Dune to Sideways
Kath Soucie
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Rugrats
Tara Strong
Actor
12-Feb-1973   Voice of Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls

CAST

Michael J. Fox   ...   Stuart Little (voice)
Geena Davis   ...   Mrs. Little (voice)
Hugh Laurie   ...   Mr. Little (voice)
Wayne Brady   ...   Reeko (voice)
Kevin Schon   ...   Snowbell (voice)
Corey Padnos   ...   George Little (voice)
Peter MacNicol   ...   Troopmaster (voice)
Virginia Madsen   ...   The Beast (voice)
Rino Romano   ...   Monty (voice)
Tara Strong   ...   Brooke (voice)
Charlie Adler   ...   Beaver (voice)
Forest Animals & Scouts
Tom Kenny   ...   Voices (voice)
Sophia Paden   ...   Voices (voice)
Kath Soucie   ...   Voices (voice)
Tara Strong   ...   Voices (voice)

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