- Not to be confused with Wubbzy's Big Move.
Wubbzy's Big Movie! premiered on the Starz Kids and Family channel on August 29, 2008. It was produced by Starz Animation and Bolder Media in association with Film Roman. It is the only Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! project to not be broadcast on any Nickelodeon channel in the United States.
It is a quiet day in Wuzzleburg. Wubbzy, Widget, and Walden are reminiscing on some of their favorite memories. As they go to get some doodleberry pie, Wubbzy trips on a rock. Wubbzy tumbles down a hill, hitting his head several times until he loses his memory and mooing like a cow. Widget and Walden go to help him, but for Wubbzy, they now appear to be strangers.
Widget and Walden take Wubbzy to Dr. Flooey's office to examine his case. At Dr. Flooey's office, Wubbzy doesn't remember anything. Dr. Flooey tells Wubbzy that he was in his office just a week ago for a prognosis of his tired tail. Wubbzy does not remember that visit. Widget reminds Wubbzy of the appointment, but was unsuccessful in doing so. Flooey then concludes that Wubbzy has a case of knockity-noggin. Flooey explains that it could be treated by further retelling Wubbzy some of his past adventures. Walden takes Wubbzy home, showing him his notebook.
The notebook's written memoirs make references to previous episodes in the first season. Walden ends up failing to rekindle Wubbzy's memory this way, so he turns to Widget. While in Widget's workshop, Widget first shows Wubbzy the Tail-o-Tronic 3000, allowing him to control the machine as well. While this fails to recapture Wubbzy's memories, he appreciates the costume. Widget then builds the Remember-When 3000 in order to visualize Wubbzy's memories. Widget sits Wubbzy in front of the machine and demonstrates some scenes until a scene from Perfecto Party and then that episode plays.
This is an unsuccessful treatment for Wubbzy, so Widget and Walden continue playing other memories on the screen. After some time, the Remember-When malfunctions. Wubbzy was afraid, as he has a fear of darkness. Walden reminded Wubbzy that he once stayed late watching horror movies; this made Wubbzy afraid, despite having forgotten the memory. Shortly after, the machine begins working again. This time however, the invention grabs Wubbzy and throws him, causing him to fall and hit his head again. After this, Wubbzy regains his memories and remembers his friends too. Afterwards, they go back to get doodleberry pie.
Widget: Jeepers, he doesn't remember anything.
Walden: And he's mooing like a cow!
Widget: Something must've happened to him when he fell on his head!
- In order, episodes featured in the movie include "Puddle Muddle," "The Tired Tail," "Pirate Treasure," "Come Spy with Me," "A Tale of Tails," "Perfecto Party," and "Monster Madness."
- The song, "That's What Friends Are For" was played after "Puddle Muddle."
- A picture from "Wubbzy in the Woods" and Escape From Dino Island were briefly shown in Walden's scrapbook.
- The movie contains roughly seven minutes of new material, of which is built around featured episodes.
- The movie features a new dub of "A Tale of Tails", featuring rerecorded Wubbzy lines from Grey DeLisle. This was likely done for consistency purposes.
- Although the movie takes place during Season 1, the Remember-When 3000 showed pictures of Wubbzy from Season 2 episodes.
- During Wubbzy's old memories, clips of Daizy were seen briefly, but Daizy had not yet been introduced.
- This is the only Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! production to only air on Starz and to not air on any Nickelodeon-branded channel in the United States.
- On the movie's poster and DVD cover, Widget's arm is longer than usual.
- A Persian dub of this movie was produced, although only material exclusive to this movie was dubbed.
- The songs were also not dubbed into Persian.
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- Executive Producers: Steve Brown, Morris Berger, John W. Hyde
- Associate Producers: Eric Homan, Trina Storfer
- Supervising Producer: Kevin Kolde
- Manager, Production & Development, Nickelodeon Preschool Television: Elly Kramer
- Wubbzy/Buggy/Kooky Kid/Old Lazy as Grey Delisle-Griffin
- Ball Kid #2/Jumping Kid #1/Jumping Kid #2/Swinging Kid #1 as Tara Strong
- Widget/Huggy/Old Lady Zamboni as Lara Jill Miller
- Walden/Earl/Swinging Kid #2/Ball Kid #1/Photographer/Dr. Flooey/Chef Fritz/Moo Moo The Magician/Sweet Tooth Tom/Store Clerk/Announcer/Tv Character as Carlos Alazraqui
- Voice Casting & Direction: Collette Sunderman
- Writers: Bob Boyle, Victor Bumbalo, Suzanne Collins, Ross Hastings, Ray Lankford, Ray Shenusay, Frederick Stroppel
- Directors: James Burks, Steve Daye, Brian Hogan, Frank Rocco, Patty Shinigawa
- Line Producers: Andi Rodriguez, Andrea Romero
- Production Managers: Tobias Conan Trost, Jessica Dalton Claffey
- Production Coordinator: Rebecca Totman
- Production Asssistants: Ross Kolde, Oscar Pangestu, Andrew Ridings
- Score By: Mike Regan
- Original Theme Music & Song By: B. Mossman
- Lyrics By: Bob Boyle
- Songs Mixed By: Scott Griener
- Story Editor: Frederick Stroppel
- Storyboard Supervisor: Karl Toerge
- Storyboard Artists: Bob Boyle, James Burks, Steve Daye, Mike Goguen, Brian Hogan, Drazen Kozjov, Jeff Mednikow, Jim Schuman, Mike Sosnowski
- Storyboard Revisionists: James Burks, Angela Gilman, Pete Mekis, Alex Que, Eric Sanford, Daisy Schofield
- Art Director: Bob Boyle
- Background/Prop Design: Brian Johnson, Kyle Neswald
- Character/Prop Design: Sandra Equiha, Jason Jones, Paige Pooler
- Design Supervisor: Steve Daye
- Additional Design: Bill Alger, Tim Allen, Derek Carter, Laura Dalesandro, Bob Harper, Ray Leong, Isacc Marzioli, Frank Rocco
- Color Supervisor: Teri Shikasho
- BG & Color Key: Holly Kimm, Kristin Donner, Janice Kubo, Ron Russell, Melanie Pava
- Flash Animators: Stanton Cruse, Phil Hernandez, Joanna Ramos, Tim Szabo
- Track Reading: Michael Trueba
- Six Point Harnes
- Producer: Mac Whiting
- Revisions: David Gerhard, Anna Gallaspy, Jen Hoffer, Jamie Velasquez
- Compositing: Seth Cooper, Kerry Dwyer, Danforth France, Michael Huang, Justin Murphy, Dave Vamos
- Audio/Video Post Production Provided By: Salami Studio Post Production
- Video Editorial: Greg Louie
- Dialog Editors: Jon Abelardo, Devon Bowman, Mark Mercado
- Assistant Dialogue Mixers: Jon Aberlardo, David Veneziano
- Sound Design & Editoral: Marc Glassman, M.P.S.E., Rick Hinson, M.P.S.E.
- Foley Artist: Sanaa Cannella
- Re-Recording Mixer: Thomas J. Maydeck, C.A.S.
- Advanced Digital Services
- High Definition Online Editors: Alfonso Bowen, Steve LaBorico
- High Definition Audio Layback: Karen Eckhoff, Darrel Herbert
- Directors: James Moe, Karen Wright
- High Definition Online Editor: Erin White
- High Definition Audio Layback: Dan Kure
- Animation Services By: Bardel Entertainment Inc.
- Animation Producer: Delna Bhesania
- Line Producer: Christina-Ioana Tanase
- Assistant Production Manager: Brian Lynch
- Technical Coordinator: David Sandford
- Technical Assistance: Jason Gray, Lorne Jee, Josh Miller
- VP Production: Rose-Ann Tisserand
- Animation Directors: Myron Born, Ron Crown, Larry Hall
- Production Coordinator: Laurel Montgomery
- Production Assistant: Nathalie Dignard
- Production Accounting: Saskia Guaman, Sherna Udwadia
- Build Supervisor: David "Oatmeal" Gagnon
- Flash Builders: Steve Lemky, Dennis Leveque
- Scene Set-Up: Monkey Paw Media, Inc.
- Lip Assignment: Antic Cartoons, Cathy Luker
- Lead Design: Chris York
- Designers: Ella Culajevic, Damien LaBonte, Stephanie Sim
- Colour Supervisor: Don Fuller
- Colour Stylists: Max Hwang, Kathy Whitney
- Lead Animators: Paul Johnson, Benjamin Meinhardt, Dave Mah, Anik Rosenblum
- Brent Barker
- Lee Beer
- Edgar Bridwell
- Steve Chang
- Eric Cheung
- Kenneth Chu
- Debbie Dixion
- Mike Gauss
- Jenny Goffman
- Augusto Kapronczai
- Nathan Keane
- Ella Marshak
- Graham Mayuk
- Jason Moffat
- Mike Moore
- Leslie Rogers
- Richard Rose
- Justin Smith
- Kurt Spurging
- Jennifer Taylor
- Andy Taugas
- Carl Upsdell
- Brett Vanderkist
- Dustan Windcliff
- Nabie-Ah Yousuf
- Flim Roman
- Animation Studio Executive in Charge of Production: Mike Wolf
- Head of Production: Jay Fukuto
- Director of Production: Cynthia Turkington
- Director of Post Production: Robert Weaver
- Director of Fiance & Production Accounting: Steve Santay
- Executive Director of I.T.: Chara McCaskill
- Post Production Supervisor: Yvette Espinosa
- Post Production Coordinator: Kathryn Boyett
- Editors: Mechele Boyett, Bill Chernega
- Animatic Editors: Steffie Lucchesi, Paige Moore
- It Department: Bradley Cooper, Alex Epstein, Elaine DeMari, Michael Medaris, Ivan Lawrence, Samuel Mason, David Orona
- Tape Operations Supervisor: Felix Sanchez
- Tape Room Opeerator: Walter Gonzalez
- Production Accounting: Joan Thompson
- Production Accountings: Sheruldon Herron, Rob Renshaw, Greg Saraceno
- Staff Accounting: Patricia Snyder
- Payroll: Brenda Isaac
- Business & Legal Affairs: Peter Baghdassrian, ESQ., Michele Caylor, ESQ., Dixon Q. Dern, ESQ.
- Paralegals: Chris Davis, Robin Shatz
- Additional Production Assistants: Daniel Einhorn, Anna Pagan, Andrew Thomas
- Studio Services
- Brett Coker
- Dawn Finley
- Joe Flores
- Ellen Howard
- Leo Liu
- Ronald McNutt
- Marilynn Meyer
- Heriberto Morales
- Corina Paz
- Jesse Torres
- Receptionists: Dollie Himmel, Angelique Monlina
- Drivers: Danilo Blancada, Julius Gonzales, Salvador Olbes, Resurecion Sansolis
- Based On a Story By: Vivana Ogawa
- Creative Affairs: Eric Homan
- Educational Consultant: Dr. Laura Brown, Ph.D.
- Special Thanks
- Judy Bass
- Kate Barton
- Marc Chamlin
- Carrie Miller
- Kathy Chow
- Eddie Jabbour
- Kick Design
- Lauren McTaggart
- Rachael Perriello
- Michael Tabakin
- Executive in Charge of Production: Kay Wilson Stallings
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