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Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
Stuart Little 3 film
DVD cover
Directed by Audu Paden
Produced by Douglas Wick
Lucy Fisher
Lucille Hough
Steve Wendland
Rachel Shane
Written by Bill Motz
Bob Roth
Music by Atli Örvarsson
Studio Mainframe Entertainment
Distributed by Columbia Pictures (Sony Pictures Entertainment)
Release date(s) October 11, 2005 (Brazil)
February 21, 2006 (USA, English)
Running time 72 minutes
Preceded by Stuart Little 2

Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild is a 2005 direct-to-video comedy film and the sequel to Stuart Little 2 and Stuart Little, directed by Audu Paden, produced by Douglas Wick, Lucy Fisher, Lucille Hough, Steve Wendland, and Rachel Shane, written by Bill Motz and Bob Roth, and distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The film stars Michael J. Fox, Nathan Lane, Rino Romano, Corey Padnos, Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie, Virginia Madsen, Wayne Brady, Tara Strong, Tom Kenny, Sophia Paden, Kath Soucie, Peter MacNicol.

Plot

Stuart (Michael J. Fox) and his family (and Monty {Rino Romano}, who stows away in the car) are going camping.

When they get there, Stuart meets a skunk named Reeko (Wayne Brady) who's forced to give food to "The Beast". Stuart and George (Corey Padnos) join the Lake Scouts which Stuart has trouble in, though he always wanted to be a scout. But Reeko makes a deal with the Beast (Virginia Madsen), resulting in Snowbell (Kevin Schon) getting captured by him and Stuart goes off on an adventure to save him.

Eventually, Stuart and his best friends trick the Beast into falling into a trap covered with sticks and leaves. The Beast is then taken away to a zoo and Reeko tells Stuart that he was wrong to betray him and apologizes to him and the other forest animals.

Stuart bids farewell to his friends as he, his family, Snowbell, and Monty head back home.

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Production

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Release

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Home media

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Soundtrack

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Video game

Main article: Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure

A video game under name Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure was released, but not related to the actual movie.

It stars Margalo and the Stouts (Reginald and Camille) in the same game.

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