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When this movie was originally released, a scratch and sniff stunt called "Odorama" was used. Special numbered cards, each representing a particular smell, were available with kids' meals at participating Burger King restaurants and separately at Blockbuster Video stores. Participants picked up the cards, then took them to the movie theater showing this movie. When a particular number flashed on the screen, viewers scratched off the scent that had that particular number on it. Numbers flashing in red mean that the viewer should find the corresponding number on his or her card (glow-in-the-dark for their convenience), and be ready to scratch-and-sniff when the on-screen number turned green. The scents were as follows: #1 was strawberry, #2 was peanut butter, #3 was a flower, #4 was smelly feet, #5 was a root beer float, and #6 was a fish. Writer, Producer, and Director John Waters claims this idea was stolen from him, having had the original idea for the scratch and sniff Odorama card for his movie Polyester (1981).
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The final feature film of the Rugrats film franchise, the last of Klasky Csupo's movies to get a theatrical release until The Simpsons Movie (2007), and the last Nickelodeon movie sequel until The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015).
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LL Cool J was originally in this movie as the voice of a Piki doll, but his character was cut.
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This is the only Rugrats movie to earn a PG rating. The other two were rated G.
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This is the only Rugrats movie where Susie Carmichael played a major role, as opposed to her cameo appearances in the first two.
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Neofelis nebulosa, the "leopard" which Nigel Thornberry wishes to photograph, and which Chrissie Hynde provided the voice, was a medium-sized cat (similar to an ocelot) of certain Southeast Asian regions. More commonly known as the clouded leopard or tree tiger, less is known about this elusive species than about most other plus-sized felines.
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This was the last movie from Nickelodeon Movies to be based an owned Nickelodeon television show until The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015).
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Final theatrical movie of Tony Jay (Dr. Lipschitz), released 3 years prior to his death in 2006.
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This was the last Rugrats movie released, but it was the first Rugrats movie to get a PG rating.
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Nancy Cartwright took over Christine Cavanaugh as Chuckie Finster due to Cavanaugh's retirement before the release of this movie. Cavanaugh died on December 22, 2014 at the age of fifty-one from leukemia.
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This is the only Rugrats movie to be produced in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The other two were produced in 1.85:1.
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This is the first animated sequel to be rated PG by the MPAA, unlike the previous installments which were rated G. It is also the only one of the 2000s to do so.
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The only animated sequel to be rated PG, unlike the previous installments which were rated G, to be released on VHS.
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When released on DVD, this movie came with a scratch and sniff card to go with it.
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The second theatrically released animated triquel after Pokémon 3: The Movie (2000).
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The only Rugrats feature film not to be released in November.
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This is the first animated sequel produced in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, unlike the previous installments which were produced in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio, as well as the only one of the 2000s to do so.
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The only animated franchise that originated in 1.85:1 to have a 2.35:1 aspect ratio for its third movie until Despicable Me 3 (2017).
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This was Nickelodeon Movies' first animated sequel produced in 2.35:1, unlike the other sequels, which were produced in 1.85:1.
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The first animated follow-up movie released in June, unlike the previous installments, which were released in November, as well as the only one of the 2000s to do so.
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The only animated follow-up movie to be released in June, unlike the previous installments, which were released in November, to be released on VHS.
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The only animated sequel produced in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio, unlike the previous installments, which were produced in a 1.85:1 aspect ratio, to be released on VHS.
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The fifth theatrically released traditionally animated movie of the 2000s to be produced in a 2.35:1 aspect ratio after Titan A.E. (2000), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002), and The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002).
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(At around one hour and five minutes) Angelica Pickles (Cheryl Chase) soils her pants in the little submarine (bathysphere) at the climax of this movie. It is so obvious that no other explanation for Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry) saying, "Somebody needs a diaper change. I won't say whom!" makes sense. He even winks at her, as the other Rugrats laugh, because they know that to be the only reason she wouldn't yell-out the name of the one who did it. This was her comeuppance for being mean to everyone, including Nigel, all day.
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In the film Lil mentions that she decides to turn into a vegetarian. For the rest of the series, including All Grown Ups, Lil has remained a vegetarian.
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The Rugrats where the only Nicktoons that had a theatrical film trilogy, until 2020, when "The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run" was released in Canada. This is the third installment of the Spongebob Squarepants film franchise.
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