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The lovable kids from the Third Street School chalk up a charming, family-friendly adventure in this Disney cartoon based on the TV series "Recess." Here, the kids reminisce about how they met and recall their time in kindergarten together. Voices include Rickey D'Shon Collins, Jason Davis and Ashley Johnson
The popular Disney series Recess celebrates Christmas with this video release. After the principal (voiced by Dabney Coleman) finds his car stuck in the snow, the teachers tell each other funny stories about T.J., Spinelli, and the rest of the exasperating gang. This tape also features the vocal work of Moonlighting's Allyce Beasley, Andrew Lawrence, and Robert Goulet, who sings the holiday standard "Jingle Bells
The charming kids from the Third Street School graduate to the fifth grade in the final chapter of the "Recess" series. TJ and his buddies protest changes at the school when the curmudgeonly Miss Finster is promoted to fifth grade as their teacher and the Board of Education plans to pave over their beloved playground. Voices include Rickey D'Shon Collins, Jason Davis, Myles Jeffrey.
The characters from the popular Saturday morning TV cartoon series move out of the schoolyard and onto the big screen in this animated feature. New kid Gus (voice of Courtland Mead), nice guy TJ (voice of Andrew Lawrence), tough girl Spinelli (voice of Pamela Segall), cool kid Vince (voice of Rickey D'Shon Collins), overly enthusiastic Mikey (voice of Jason Davis), and brainy Gretchen (voice of Ashley Johnson) are grade school best friends who are psyched about the end of the school year and the arrival of summer vacation. But Principal Prickly (voice of Dabney Coleman) is less than enthusiastic about letting the kids goof off all summer, and evil school administrator Dr. Benedict has come up with a plan to do away with summer vacation by using a super-powered laser to create permanent winter. Teen-pop singer Myra contributes a new version of "Dancing in the Street" to the soundtrack, and Katey Sagal also contributes to the voice cast.