It's pretty appropriate to upload another home video upload related to "Rugrats" now that the original series is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. You feeling old yet?
This video contains the opening and closing to the VHS release of "Rugrats Go Wild", the third and final "Rugrats" movie based on the original 1991 animated series. The movie is a crossover with fellow Klasky-Csupo cartoon "The Wild Thornberrys".
Aside from "Die Hard" star Bruce Willis voicing the Rugrats' beloved dog Spike, the main voice casts of both "Rugrats" and "The Wild Thornberrys" reprise their roles for this movie.
Among the regular voice talents returning for this movie include E.G. Daily, Nancy Cartwright, Kath Soucie, Cheryl Chase, Tara Strong, Dionne Quan, Lacey Chabert, Tim Curry, Tom Kane, Danielle Harris, Flea, Jodi Carlisle, Melanie Chartoff, Jack Riley, Michael Bell, Tress MacNeille, Julia Kato, Phil Proctor, Joe Alaskey, and Tony Jay (in his final voice acting role).
The movie was originally going to be a television special produced by Klasky-Csupo's regular TV unit, but after it was screened to Paramount, it was remade into a feature film.
This is the only "Rugrats" movie to receive a PG rating from the MPAA. When it was released, it received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics and fans, now holding a 39% score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 38% score on Metacritic, but an A- rating on CinemaScore.
Though a modest box office success, it grossed less than the previous two "Rugrats" movies, grossing $55.4 million against a $25 million budget. It's often regarded by fans as the worst of the three "Rugrats" movies.
And finally a fun fact for you: "Changing Faces", performed and co-written by E.G. Daily (in her natural voice) later appeared as a single for her 2008 album of the same name, released by E.G. Daily Productions (her own music label).
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