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  • Actors: Tara Strong, Daran Norris, Susanne Blakeslee, Jim Ward, Carlos Alazraqui
  • Directors: Butch Hartman, Gary Conrad, Ken Bruce, Sarah Frost
  • Writers: Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel
  • Producers: Butch Hartman, Bob Boyle
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Nickelodeon
  • DVD Release Date: June 14, 2005
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008KLV8W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,122 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fairly OddParents - School's Out! The Musical" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Bonus Episodes
  • "Oh Yeah!" Shorts
  • The Fairly OddParents on MTV's TRL

Editorial Reviews

It’s the last day of school, and the kids of Dimmsdale eagerly await the start of those fun-filled months of Summer Vacation. But this summer the grownups of Dimmsdale are worried that their kids are getting too wild, so they call a town meeting to find a solution for their concerns. Enter Flappy Bob, the clown founder of Flappy Bob’s Happy Peppy Learnatorium. Timmy and his friends are enrolled in Flappy Bob’s school, and they immediately see all hope of a fun summer dwindling away. Timmy realizes he must find a way to bring fun back to summer, and it’s all done through the magic of song.

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The kids love it.
Mark Twain
His fairies have to grant his wishes, of course, so they do, and it's a perfect world... @ least, for a while.
J. Alexander
This was a great value, as it also included a few bonus episodes.
Toddler Mom

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 26, 2006
Butch Hartman said on hes site that Nick is going to cancel the fairly odd parents. please sign this petition. to bring it back.

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with a lot of mail we can really make a difference and we might still save Fop.

Everyone, please write to Nick Believe me, if they get enough mail they will sit up and take notice.

so lets try to bring the show back please.

it is one of the best cartoons on tv. with your help we can bring it back!!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 14, 2005
this is the greatest fairly odd parents movie yet and it has songs so it dosn't get boring this is the funniest with political jokes and songs "kids just being kids" "Flappy's song" "adults ruin everything"(one of my favorites which kids will love)"Timmy's song"(one of my favorites)"Where is the fun"(my ultimate favorite)"Cosmo and Wanda's song" witch shows how Cosmo and Wanda met.The second half of "where is the fun" and ending with "kids just being kids" I hope this review helped this is a great movie fairly odd parents fans kids and adults will love!
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By Gord Wilson VINE VOICE on July 27, 2008
Fairly Oddparents is a success for Nick, and rightly so. It belongs to the second generation of Nick's attempts to renovate and revive cartoons. The first generation brought Rugrats, Doug, Ah! Real Monsters, and Ren and Stimpy. With the second generation came Fairly Oddparents, Invader Zim, and a few others. All of which have a unique look, witty writing, and which generally raised the bar for TV 'toons. Similar efforts were underway at Cartoon Network, Fox Kids, and Disney, and each studio has produced cartoons with production values which far exceed anything from a few decades ago.

One not very bright spot has been the effort to create longer cartoon specials and direct to video home DVDs. There are several reasons for that. One, a longer feature helps other studios fill in the space occupied by Disney cinema animation. Two, it provides material for shows like Cartoon Network's Cartoon Theater. Three, it provides a way to directly market already profitable TV shows or movies with direct to video sequels and follow-ups. Nick, for instance, refers to its cartoons as a Nick brand, and attempts to group its products under the well-known orange Nick logo in the manner that Disney does with its own name through its Buena Vista distribution division.

None of which has anything to do with this musical, except to say that it somewhat plays against type. The previous TV animation features I've seen, usually running around an hour, have all been inferior to the regular TV cartoons. Here's the exception. The reason it's an exception is because it's a musical, a lively, likeable, witty one. The songs are Pinky and the Brain smart and Disney singable.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 11, 2005
I just saw this yesterday, and, boy, it was good. 37 Year Plans don't work.

37 Years Earlier, two clown parents put their son (Flappy Bob) in a rocket, when they thought they were going to fall in a crack. BIG MISTAKE! The Pixies found him and adopted him. 37 Years Later, Timmy and his pals are waiting for school to end, and when it does, there is a musical number I call "Kids Just Being Kids." But this year, what do the parents think? BLAME CHOMPY. Flappy Bob came and he said he was the owner of Flappy Bob's Peppy Happy Learnatorium (remember Peppy Happy Gary and Peppy Happy Betty?). He proposed his Camp Learnatorium. But that is NOT what Timmy and his friends want. Then there's another musical number. Timmy wished kids could rule the world. But in doing so, all fairies are took to Fairy World. But, then, the Pixies offer Flappy Bob a contract. With that, yet another musical number, "Where is the Fun?". So, the world is boring, like Fairy World, but then he thought about being a clown. He found a loophole on the contract, then the world is normal, but they still have to go to the Learnatorium, in doing so it's another musical number and then the end.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gen on August 7, 2005
"It also had cool musical numbers like "Kids Just Being Kids," "Flappy's Song," "Adults Ruin Everything," "Timmy's Song," "The Pixie Rap," "Where Is The Fun?," "As Long As I'm Floating With You," "Unfun Parentals," "Let's Get Fun," and "Kids Just Being Kids Reprise."

Whoever wrote that review was wrong... well those are the songs, but not their correct names. And that might confuse some of you a bit! I'm sorry but I'm a HUGE Fairly Oddparents freak and if someone calls my two favorite songs by their wrong names I get mad. Here's an overview of all the songs (and there real names!)

Kids Just Being Kids-School's just out for the Summer and Timmy and his classmates are just being kids and destroying the town while having fun.

Flappy's Song-Flappy Bob, owner of Flappy Bob's peppy happy camp learn-a-torium is trying to convice the parents that for all their worries to end the kids should go there, so he can make money and have a kid free world.

Adults Ruin Everything-The pixies convince Timmy that adults are the cause to all his problems, and timmy tells us how everything bad is because of adults so he wishes kids could rule the world.

Pixies Rap-Just a song... really no point... explains how the pixies made a plan to take over fairy world by using flappy and timmy.

Timmy's Song-Timmy has become the president of kid world and he describes how he's going to make everything better by assigning jobs and having "candy for breakfast and ice cream for lunch!"

Jorgen's Polka-Jorgen Von Strangle tells Cosmo and Wanda about how shocked he was to see kids had all the power, and so now he has to take all the fairies away from the kisd since they're in no need of them.

Hey Flappy Bob-Here's the song I was upset about...
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