Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue
Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue is a 1990 American animated drug-abuse prevention television special starring many of the popular cartoon characters from American weekday, Sunday morning, and Saturday morning television at the time of the film's release.
- Directed by Milton Gray, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn, Mike Svayko, and Karen Peterson.
- There's nothing cool about a fool on drugs!
- Two sounds you can't miss. The sound of a breaking piggy and the sizzle of hot lasagna.
- Smoke: Listen to me, Mikey.
- Michael: I think I've listened to you long enough!
- Smoke: You can't get rid of me this easily! I'll be back, and you can bet on it!
- Michael: He's right, you know. He will try to come back.
- Corey: When he gets here, we'll be ready for him! Right, guys?
- All Cartoons: Right!
- Theodore: What's all this for?
- Alvin: Either someone's conducting a major chemistry experiment or this is a serious no-no!
- ALF: Toto, something tells me we're not in cartoon territory anymore.
- Theodore: What's that funny smell?
- Simon: I hate to suggest this, but my guess would be... marijuana. An unlawful substance used to experience artificial highs.
- Drugs don't stand a chance against these guys!
- Ross Bagdasarian – Alvin, Simon
- Jeff Bergman – Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck
- Townsend Coleman – Dad, Michaelangelo
- Wayne Collins (actor) – Additional Voices
- Jim Cummings – Winnie the Pooh, Tigger
- Joey Dedio – The Dealer
- Paul Fusco – Alf
- Danny Goldman – Brainy Smurf
- Georgi Irene – Additional Voices
- Janice Karman – Theodore
- Aaron Lohr – Additional Voices
- Jason Marsden – Michael
- Don Messick – Papa Smurf
- Lorenzo Music – Garfield
- Laurie O'Brien – Mom, Baby Piggy
- Lindsay Parker – Corey
- George C. Scott – Smoke
- Russi Taylor – Baby Gonzo, Huey, Dewey, and Louie
- Frank Welker – Slimer, Hefty Smurf, Baby Kermit