Little Einsteins: The Movie is a 2010-American interactive animated children's film produced by Curious Pictures, The Baby Einstein Company and Playhouse Disney and was distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and was released on April 8, 2010.

Plot

The film starts with Little Einsteins Theme Song (Extended Version) by Billy Straus as the Little Einsteins fly on Rocket several times in the theme song. After the extended theme song ended, the movie title comes down and Annie says "Little Einsteins: The Movie!" June appears in the middle and she says "Art: A Kitty and A Puppy Sharing Popcorn at The Movies, Painted by Lisa Frank!" Quincy appears and he says, "And music....."

Cast

  • Jesse Schwartz as Leo, a six-year-old boy who is the leader of the Little Einsteins, and the team member who pilots Rocket and he is Annie's older brother.
  • Erica Huang as June, a young ballerina who is also six years old and she loves to dance.
  • Aiden Pompey as Quincy, a five-year-old boy musician who plays a variety of musical instruments, including the violin, flute, and trumpet.
  • Natalia Wójcik as Annie, a four-year-old girl who loves to sing.
  • Frank Welker as Rocket, the Little Einsteins' main mode of transportation, as well as their friend. Rocket communicates by making xylophonic noises.
  • Jason Biggs as Mr. Squirrel, an eastern grey squirrel who is the leader of the squirrels and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • James Arnold Taylor as Ambrose, an eastern grey squirrel who is Mr. Squirrel's brother of the squirrels and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Rose Byrne as Mrs. Squirrel, a red squirrel who is Mr. Squirrel's wife and she's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Kat Graham as Destiny, a pigeon and she's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Rob Paulsen as Beat, a pigeon who is Destiny's husband and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Bruce Willis as Jamie, a rat and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Tom Kenny as Justin, a rat who is Jamie's brother and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Samuel L. Jackson as Arthur, a north american raccoon and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Kimberly Adair Clark as Nana, a north american raccoon who is Arthur's wife and she's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Kelly Hu as Sheila, a virginia opossum and she's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Sean Astin as Loy, a north american porcupine and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Craig T. Nelson as Gilbert, a pigeon who is the leader of the pigeons and he's one of Leo's little helpers.
  • Bill Fagerbakke as Biggie, a striped skunk and he's one of Leo's little helpers.

Soundtrack

  1. Little Einsteins Theme Song (Extended Version) – Billy Straus
  2. Happy Together – The Turtles
  3. Don't You Want Me – The Human League
  4. Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
  5. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
  6. Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins
  7. Hotel California – Eagles
  8. September – Earth, Wind & Fire
  9. Cherish – Madonna
  10. Flashdance What A Feeling – Irene Cara
  11. I'm Coming Out – Diana Ross
  12. Forget You – Cee Lo Green
  13. Jump – Van Halen
  14. Material Girl – Madonna
  15. Right Here Waiting – Richard Marx
  16. It's My Life – Bon Jovi
  17. Bad Day – Daniel Powter
  18. More Than Words – Extreme
  19. You're The Inspiration – Chicago
  20. What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
  21. Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac
  22. We Belong – Pat Benatar
  23. If This Is It – Huey Lewis And The News
  24. Breathe – Faith Hill
  25. Hold On – Wilson Phillips (Played in the ending credits of the movie.)

Art and Music

  • A Kitty and A Puppy Sharing Popcorn at The Movies by Lisa Frank
  • Water Music by George Frideric Handel

Trivia

  • The first promo of the movie is played on Playhouse Disney on February 13, 2010.
  • A sneak preview of the movie first aired on Playhouse Disney as a promo on April 6, 2010.
  • Annie wears a pink dress in the movie.
  • The introduction music from PTJA We're Going on a Bear Hunt plays over when Leo welcomes viewers at the start of the movie.
  • This is the final appearance of Season 1 Blast Off!
  • Before the ending credits of the movie with the song Hold On by Wilson Phillips, Leo conducts a music box, and an apple pops out of it. June says "It's an apple in the box!"
  • Hold On by Wilson Phillips is played in the ending credits of the movie.
  • Little Einsteins: The Movie first aired on Playhouse Disney on April 8, 2010 and on September 14, 2010.
  • Little Einsteins: The Movie first aired on Disney Channel on October 22, 2010 and on December 25, 2011.
  • Little Einsteins: The Movie first aired on Disney Junior on January 28, 2012, on June 2, 2013 and on April 5, 2014.

Sound Effects Used

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