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        remember "A brave littile toaster" (1988)
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When I was littlie this was my FAVORITE movie, I used to get my moms vacum and toaster out and sit on the floor with them and watch the movie over and over. My mom told me I broke my familys betamax player when I tryed to "Feed" the betaplayer Trix when I was watching the film.
                               
THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER is the award-winning animated tale of friendship, loyalty, and courage that has become a huge favorite with young and old alike! Five electrical appliances suddenly feel dumped when their young master mysteriously disappears! The dejected toaster rounds up the vacuum cleaner, electric blanket, and bedside lamp and radio, and together, they set off for the big city in search of their beloved owner! Featuring the voices of "Saturday Night Live's" Phil Hartman and Jon Lovitz, and catchy original songs -- you're on the high road to a humorous and heartwarming adventure you'll never forget.  

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Very good cartoon. Read the story if you havent already it is very good. Dont know if it is a book of its own I read it from a collection of SciFi stories.

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