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Blue's Big Musical Movie

2000 film by Todd Kessler

Blue's Big Musical Movie (also known as Blue's Big Musical and Blue's Clues: The Movie) is a 2000 American direct-to-video film based on the Blue's Clues television series and acted as the first full length musical film for the character of Blue the Dog. The film had a theatre premiere on October 6, 2000, and later, its home video release was on October 6, 2000. A video game based on the movie was released for the original PlayStation around the same time making it the only Blue's Clues video game on a non-PC home console.



Tickety Tock: Steve, it's time to get up! Steve, wake up!
Steve: Duck, duck... goose. [laughing]
Tickety Tock: Hi, Blue. Oh! Oh, hi. Maybe you can help me -- it's time to wake up Steve, but he's not getting up. Rise and shine, Steve.
[Steve is still sleeping]
Tickety Tock: Will you help me wake up Steve? Great! If we both yell, "Wake up, Steve!" I know it'll work. Ready?
Tickety Tock and Blue: 1, 2, 3.
Tickety Tock, Blue and Viewers: [shouts at Steve] Wake up, Steve!
Steve: [still a little drowsy] What? Huh? Clue? [open his eyes; to the audience] Oh. Oh, it's you! Wow, you're really here early today!

Steve: Okay, Sidetable. Now, what would you wanna ask?
Sidetable Drawer: Could I... could I... could I...?
Steve: Could you what?
Sidetable Drawer: Could I give you the notebook?
Steve: Sure. [Sidetable gives Steve a Handy Dandy Notebook] Thanks, Sidetable.

Steve: We had our breakfast... check! We made our costumes... check! Our stage is ready... check!
Mr. Salt: The cookies are done!
Steve: We made our snacks... check! We still have to play Blue's Clues to find out who Blue's singing partner should be, but, we already found the last two so we just had to keep going.



  • Ray Charles as G-Clef
  • Jimmy Hayes, Jerry Lawson, Joe Russell, and Jayotis Washington (The Persuasions) as the Notes
  • Traci Paige Johnson as Blue
  • Nick Balaban as Mr. Salt
  • Spencer Kayden as Mrs. Pepper
  • Jenna Marie Castle and LaNaé Allen as Paprika
  • Kelly Nigh as Tickety Tock
  • Cody Ross Pitts and Evan Dorfman as Slippery Soap
  • Seth O'Hickory as Mailbox
  • Olivia Zaro as Pail
  • Jonathan Press as Shovel
  • Cameron Bowen as Periwinkle
  • Aleisha Allen as Sidetable Drawer
  • Adam Peltzman as Green Puppy
  • Koyalee Chanda as Magenta
  • Alexander Claffy as Purple Kangaroo

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