After a weekend of cohabitation and surreal adventures, Alek and Uncle Kapriel realize although they use very different tools, cinematography and actors against poetry and cognac, their ultimate goal is the same: to immortalize a story.
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.
Those fun-loving eletrical appliances from the acclaimed animated hit 'The Brave Little Toaster' are back in an action-packed adventure with four all-new songs. This heartfelt and humorous full-length feature reunites Toaster, Blanky, Lampy, Radio and Kirby the vacuum cleaner--the beloved household gadgets of college student Rob. When Toaster and the gang spark freindships with the playful animals at the veterinary hospital, they soon discover their new pals are about to be sent to a testing laboratory. Through teamwork (and combined voltage), they embark on a hilarious rescue to save all the animals, including Sebastion, a wise monkey, and Maisie, the doting mother cat with kittens.Treat your entire family to 'The Brave Little Toaster To The Rescue', an imaginative film bursting with colorful animation, high-energy music and characters that'll warm your heart at the push of a button!
Three siblings plot to steal their ailing Grandmother's fortune, without realizing Grandma has a plot of her own.
"The NewTek Video Toaster was a combination of hardware and software for the editing and production of standard-definition video in NTSC, PAL, and resolution independent formats on Commodore Amiga computers and subsequently on computers running the Windows operating system. It comprises various tools for video switching, chroma keying, character generation, animation, and image manipulation. The Video Toaster won the Emmy Award for Technical Achievement in 1993."
Puerto Rican coffee farmers fight a plague of beetles and other menaces with homegrown biological warfare, good humor, and strong coffee.