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Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy (2005)

Hannah must stop Jimmy from erasing Halloween from the calendar for good. Scary Godmother prepares for Halloween, but with disastrous results.

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Katie (voice) (as Britt Irvine)
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Jimmy (voice)
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Hannah Marie (voice) (as Brit Mckillip)
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Skully Pettibone / Count Max / Jimmy's father (voice) (as Scott Mcneil)
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Hannah must stop Jimmy from erasing Halloween from the calendar for good. Scary Godmother prepares for Halloween, but with disastrous results.

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[Harry's shirt disappeared and Bug-A-Boo, who has shrunk to the size of a grapefruit, is now standing on his shoulder]
Bug-A-Boo: [chipmunk-like voice] Hey, I wanted to lose some weight but not like *this*.
Harry the Werewolf: [sarcastic] Oh, wonderful. Now I look like a naked pirate.
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Absolutely Amazing
30 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

I reviewed the first Scary Godmother film on here, and it was easily the best movie I've ever seen in my life. I saw the second one today, and I can't even tell you how amazing I found it. It was great to see my favorite characters mature in personality. Writing was excellent, acting was amazing, animation was wonderful. Nothing bad to say about this movie. Except - Jimmy's voice is higher in this movie than the last one! Did they hire a new actor? I wonder why the old actor wouldn't agree to do the second movie! The first one was amazing! Anyway, 10/10 stars again. Definitely tied for first place (along with the first movie) on my list for best movies I've ever seen. Definitely worth watching any time you can!


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