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Wicked Ryan is a 2012 animated film produced by Shires and Shires Animation Studios and released by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Plot

When TV Show Villain Wicked Ryan is tired of being wicked, He teams up with An Unimportant Background Character from Another Show named Virginia to defeat the show’s main villain, King Callaghan.

Voice Cast:

  • Ben Stiller as Wicked Ryan
  • Kyla Rae Kowalewski as Virginia von Sharpsteen
  • Dan Russell as Fix-It Fred
  • Whoopi Goldberg as Janet Collingwood
  • Jeffrey Tambor as King Callaghan
  • Brad Garrett as Sour Bob
  • Patrick Stewart as General Henderson
  • Emily Tennant as Polly the Girl
  • Wallace Shawn as Ted the Chilhahua
  • Miley Cyrus as Thelma Maidstone
  • Simon Pegg as Manchester
  • Ed O'Neill as Mr. Smith Lapwick
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Winchell
  • Corey Burton as Davis
  • Patrick Warburton (Replacing Daws Butler) as Eric Needles
  • Bill Switzer (Replacing Henry Corden) as Trevor Troublemeyer
  • Lindsay Ridgeway (Replacing Theresa Nelson) as Kitty Ko
  • Kristen Schaal (Replacing Bea Benaderet) as Vana Glama
  • Steve Blum as Saturn the Dog-Cat (uncredited)
  • Amber Clark as Maggie Simpson (uncredited)

Additional Voices

  • Clé Bennett as Chef Hatchet
  • Emilie-Claire Barlow as Courtney
  • Megan Fahlenbock as Gwen
  • Drew Nelson as Duncan
  • Scott McCord as Owen
  • Katie Crown as Izzy
  • Carter Hayden as Noah
  • Kristin Fairlie as Bridgette
  • Brian Froud as Harold
  • Sarah Gadon as Beth
  • Novie Edwards as Leshawna
  • Peter Oldring as Cody

Trivia

  • This is the first Shires movie to have the title card appear both at the start and at the end (before the credits).
  • Ted the Chihuahua from Paul and Company makes a cameo appearance in the movie.

Production

  • The animation is produced by Presto Animation System and Marionette.

Rating:

  • Although this movie was rated PG-13 in the United States, it was rated 12 in the United Kingdom.

Home video releases:

DVD

  • Wicked Ryan

Blu-Ray

  • Wicked Ryan

Songs

  1. Something That I Want - Grace Potter
  2. So Long - Zooey Deschanel
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