Totally Spies! The Movie
|Totally Spies! The Movie|
|Directed by||Pascal Jardin II|
|Produced by||Michelle Lamoreaux |
|Written by||Robert Lamoreaux |
|Music by||Maxime Barzel|
|Distributed by||Marathon Media Group|
|Box office||$1.3 million|
Totally Spies! The Movie (known as Totally Spies! Le film in France) is a 2009 French - Canadian animated action comedy movie. The movie is part of the Totally Spies! series. It tells the beginnings of the three secret agents, how they met and their first mission as members of WOOHP.
Cast[change | change source]
Clover Sam Alex Gery Wolf man
Plot[change | change source]
Three newcomers, Sam, Clover and Alex, come to Los Angeles and meet by chance, because they are entering the same high school. They are in fact followed closely by a secret agency, the WOOHP, who will recruit them for three seasoned spies. They agree to go through spy training and within 48 hours, they have completed it.
After training, they are thrown into their first mission when rockstars have been abducted. They go to Wolfman's building and later find that each went through a make over by a mysterious machine called the "Fabulizor". They later see that everyone at school also had gone through the Fabulizor and Oinky ends up going through the Fabulizor too. They are almost blasted by one of Fabu's minions in a fighter jet after avoiding Miss Skritch as they sneak back into school. Tailing Mandy that night, they find that all of those who went through the Fabulizor became hypnotized by a special chip in their cheek bones. They then meet the mastermind behind the entire affair, Fabu, a runway model who quickly lost his fame. The spies accidentally expose themselves and are captured by Fabu's strongest henchmen. He then relates his entire plan, to abduct everyone who went through the Fabulizor and place them inside a special space station which he calls Fabutopia; then use a missile to destroy all of Earth, before using his Fabulizor in reverse and give the girls each horrible make overs. He then sets them to be blasted back to Earth in rockets. But when Tad meets the girls again, they are still imprisoned and he says he will let them fail the mission and stop Fabu himself, taking all the credit and regaining his "favorite agent" status with Jerry.
But after a fight with Fabu, Tad is strapped to the missile bound for Earth. The girls manage to escape and go after Fabu. They are unable to stop the missile from taking off but hitch a ride as it is rocketing towards Earth with Tad still attached to it. They are able to turn the missile around to destroy the station and Alex whacks at the control panel with the WOOHP manual. They then are picked up by a surprise appearance from Jerry in one of WOOHP's ships and rescue the kidnapped people from aboard the station and evacuate safely, including Oinky. They are finally reunited with Alex before the missile explodes and destroys the station in a firework finale. They then chase after Fabu's ship, manage to destroy it and catch Fabu and his Sphynx in his escape pod. After the mission, Alex is invited for a session with Wolfman and Clover is offered a date by Rob Hearthrob over the phone.
Miss Skritch had been transferred to another school in Antarctica in an igloo, Fabu, his henchmen and Tad are later imprisoned and set for punishment by WOOHP and everyone who was rescued from aboard Fabu's space station have their minds erased (including Mandy). But just after the girls celebrate getting even with Mandy for the last time, courtesy of one of WOOHP's gadgets, they are sucked away to another mission. The girls are quick to bring up personal appointments, but soon find themselves running from a WOOHP jet as it prepares to suck them aboard. But the girls are ready for their mission as they change into their spy uniforms and exclaim their friendship as the movie ends.
Voice cast[change | change source]
|Character name (English, if different)||Original French voice actor||English voice actor|
|Samantha "Sam"||Claire Guyot||Tress MacNeille|
|Clover||Fily Keita||Andrea Baker|
|Alexandra "Alex"||Celine Mauge||Katie Griffin|
|Jerald "Jerry" Lewis||Jean-Claude Donda||Adrian Truss|
|Mandy||Celine Mauge||Jennifer Hale|
|Fabu||Karl Lagerfeld||Joris Jarsky|
|Tad||Emmanuel Garijo||Jay Schramek|
|Madame Scritch (Mrs. Scritch)||Perrette Pradier||Barbara Budd|
|Peppy Garou (Peppy Wolfman)||Thierry Mercier||Walker Boon|
|Groin Groin (Oinky)|
|Rob Idole (Rob Hearthrob)||Donald Reignoux||Lyon Smith|
|Yuri||Antoine Tomé||Jason Gray|
Release[change | change source]
Theatrical[change | change source]
The movie was released in France on 22 July 2009 in 272 theatres. On 14 October 2009 the movie hit the Netherlands and stayed there for seven weeks. On 10 March 2010 the movie came out on DVD in the Netherlands.
DVD[change | change source]
DVD of the movie in its original language, French, was released in France on the 3rd of February through Fox Pathe Europa. It topped charts in the French Amazon in the week of its release.
Vendetta Films, a new New Zealander film distributing company, has recently confirmed the release date of the Totally Spies: The Movie! DVD. It will be released on 1 April, nothing else has being announced. Vendetta can ship overseas. It was also announced that it will cost $24.99 NZD. Marathon currently has no plans to release it in any North American country other than Mexico. On 30 March 2010, news was obtained that Cartoon Network have the rights to release the Totally Spies! The Movie in America including the spin-off, The Amazing Spiez!
Television[change | change source]
Awards[change | change source]
The Film was awarded 2011 kidscreen 
References[change | change source]
- "totallyspies le film". totallyspies-lefilm.com. Archived from the original on 2013-05-28. Retrieved August 14, 2015.
- AlloCine. "Casting Totally Spies ! Le film". AlloCiné. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- "Le casting de Totally Spies ! Le film". Premiere.fr. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- "Behind The Voice Actors - Totally Spies! The Movie". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- "Welcome". JayTSchramek.com. Retrieved 12 November 2015.
- "Totally Spies ! the Movie awarded at the 2011 Kidscreen Awards". Marathon Media. 2014. Archived from the original on 3 September 2014. Retrieved 29 June 2014.