|“||Yeah, you probably figured it's same old, same old, but this one's got a nutty little twist.
[She puts "Nuttiest" into the opening title.]
— Sugar Plum Fairy
The Nuttiest Nutcracker is a 1999 CGI-animated direct-to-video movie, based loosely on The Nutcracker, that is co-executive produced for Columbia TriStar Home Video by Dan Krach. It was premiered on CBS after its direct to video release on December 3, 1999.
A fun-filled adventure for everyone, The Nuttiest Nutcracker is a star-studded CGI-animated movie that lends a madcap twist to the cherished "Nutcracker" tale… all gone nuts!
When a young teen, Marie, falls asleep awaiting the return of her parents, she enters the magical world of her Nutcracker Prince, a gift from her Uncle. Together with a zany band of mixed nuts and the Sugar Plum Fairy, Marie helps her Nutcracker Prince reclaim his Kingdom from Reginald, the evil Mouse King!
|Excerpts from Tchaikovsky's
|"The Big Cheese"||Steve Keller|
|"Keep The Faith"||Peabo Bryson and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir|
|"Just Believe"||Peabo Bryson|
The original score is composed by David Krystal and orchestrated by William Carpenter, recorded at The Asylum.
|Phyllis Diller||Sugar Plum Fairy|
|Cheech Marin||Mac (Speaking)|
|Peabo Bryson||Mac (Singing)|
|Tress MacNeille||L'il Pea|
|Jeff Bennett||The Colonel|
|Jim Cummings||Uncle Drosselmeier|
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|Columbia Pictures||Christmas with the Kranks • The Holiday • Arthur Christmas • Paul Blart: Mall Cop • The Night Before • The Star|
|Screen Gems||This Christmas|
|Direct-to-Video||Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night • The Nuttiest Nutcracker • The Swan Princess Christmas|