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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000) Poster

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During the original theatrical run, an unfinished episode of SpongeBob SquarePants (1999) played before this movie started, it was season two, episode ten, "Shanghaied; Gary Takes a Bath", and ended at a scene that would be determined almost a year later by fan votes, this version of the episode is somewhat infamous as being the original version which contained very frightening images, one scene showing Squidward falling through a skeleton themed background was so scary, that when it finally aired on television, it was reanimated to be spaghetti instead.
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Dionne Quan is legally blind. She has never seen what her character, Kimi, looks like.
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When Kira calls Stu, the call is shown to be transferred by map from Paris to the Pickle's house, placing them in southern California.
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Christine Cavanaugh's final movie role, as she retired from acting in 2003 due to being diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia. She died on December 22, 2014, and because of this, Nancy Cartwright became the new voice of Chuckie Finster starting with Rugrats Go Wild (2003) and later episodes of Rugrats (1990).
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This movie was originally intended to be more of a musical, similar to The Rugrats Movie (1998). The Rugrats were set to sing "L' Chuckie Chan" and "Ooie Gooie World Theme" while Chuckie performed "I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever", though a much sillier version. While these songs remained in this movie, they were performed by other artists. Only two songs ("Bad Girls" and "Packin' to Go") were still sung by the characters in the movie.
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Currently this is Susan Sarandon's only G-rated movie. All of the other movies in which she has appeared have been rated PG or higher.
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This is the shortest Rugrats movie at one hour and eighteen minutes.
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Coco LaBouche's name translates to "Coco the Mouth".
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After the babies have been "apprehended" and are being returned to the ride Ooey Gooey world, you can see Nigel and Eliza from The Wild Thrornberrys (1998) in the car behind Coco and Chad.
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The scene where Spike and Fifi share a slice of pizza is similar to the famous spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp (1955).
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The song sang during Chuckie's dream sequence is "Chuckie Chan". In the dream, he imagines himself as a martial arts expert similar to Jackie Chan. Chuckie's real name is Charles, same as Jackie Chan's father, Charles Chan.
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EuroReptarland is a parody of Disneyland Paris.
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The last film of the franchise to be produced at 1.85:1 and to be rated G.
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The last Rugrats movie released in the twentieth century.
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Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies' first sequel to one of their movies, in this case The Rugrats Movie (1998), and it was the only sequel until Rugrats Go Wild (2003). This made Rugrats the only Nicktoon to have more than one movie adaption until SpongeBob SquarePants with The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015).
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The last Rugrats movie released in November.
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This movie expanded on the Reptar dinosaur character, long-featured in the television series, assumed as a seemingly generic childrens toy. Accordingly to this movie, Reptar was actually a gigantically popular and lucrative children's toy franchise, like a version of the Japanese original version of Godzilla, spawning its own theme parks, unavoidably like the various real theme parks, and featured franchises from Walt Disney Pictures, Universal Pictures, and Warner Brothers. There's also references to the Godzilla film franchise, and the Jurassic Park film franchise.
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The deejay performing at Lou and Lulu's wedding was a caricature of the late, popular disc jockey, Casey Kasem.
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Tim Curry and Susan Sarandon appeared in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975).
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