The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (1998)

Director
Robert C. Ramirez

Main cast
Deanna Oliver; Thurl Ravenscroft; Roger Kabler; Carol Channing; Stephen Tobolowsky

Genres
Animation, Family

Description
Based on the book by Thomas M. Disch and intended as the third film in the series, this sequel was finished and released prior to 'The Brave Little Toaster To The Rescue'. Whilst trying to protect their new "Little Master" the anthropomorphic appliances set off on an epic adventure and make many new friends along the way.


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