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Soar into a wonderful world of imagination as Disney presents TOOTHLESS -- the humorous and heartwarming twist on the ol' Tooth Fairy Tale. Kirstie Alley plays Dr. Katherine Lewis, a lonely, self-centered dentist who meets an untimely death and discovers that in order to enter the pearly gates, she must perform community service as the newly appointed guardian of the pearly whites! But on her first night out, she breaks rule #1 -- no talking to mortals. When word gets out that the Tooth Fairy not only leaves money, but also helps with problems, kids try to pull a fast one to cash in! Katherine miraculously gets a second chance on earth when she learns she's made a difference in the kids' lives. Also starring famed actress Lynn Redgrave, TOOTHLESS is a heavenly mix of outrageous comedy and amazing special effects that will leave your entire family smiling from ear to ear!
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In typical "you get what you deserve" children's movie style,Dr. Katherine Lewis (played ny Kirstie Alley) dies and has to be a toothfairy because she has led a very selfish lifestyle. In typical Kirstie comedy style, Dr. Lewis flubs it big time at first as she tries her hand at this new adventure. We all love standing up and practicing the use of the toothfairy wand - and laughing at all of the shortcomings of the toothfairy in training! this is a very good family quality movie that will have all of the family - kids and adults alike - laughing and on the edge of their seats waiting to see what happens next!
As is usual and expected, this DVD was delivered in a very short time and in pristine new condition.
My family always got a good laugh watching this together, and I think we learned some good lessons along the way. :)
Watching the movie bright back so many old memories