Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage

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Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage
BoomBoomSabotage.jpg
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Directed byJohnny Darrell
Produced by Sharan Wood
Nicole Makila (associate)
Written byJohnny Darrell
Ben Burden Smith
Sib Ventress
Starring Noel Callahan
Michael Dobson
Aidan Drummond
Brian Drummond
Mackenzie Gray
Tony Hawk
Narrated by Michael Donovan
Music byBrian Carson
Johnny Oilsin
Edited by Jordan Atkinson
Sylvain Blais
Logan McPherson
Distributed by FUNimation Entertainment (U.S.)
Alliance Atlantis (Canada)
Release date
  • September 12, 2006 (2006-09-12)(U.S.)
  • March 12, 2007 (2007-03-12)
Running time
70 minutes
CountriesUnited States
Canada
LanguageEnglish

Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage is a movie for kids ages 1 and downcomputer-animated feature-length dumpster fire of a film project starring Tony Hawk who just wanted a quick pay cheque to buy some new barrings for his wheels, produced by a garbage bag Mainframe Entertainment. FUNimation Entertainment distributed the film in the United States, while Alliance Atlantis distributed it in Canada. In Mainframe's early productions, the film was titled Tony Hawk's cash grab" in 'Boom Boom Goes the Circus', which used cel-shaded characters. Some of the early designs can still be seen in Mainframe's web site.

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Broadcast information

It has been seen on Cartoon Network and released on DVD.

YTV premiered the film on March 12, 2007.

Voice cast

Awards

The film won 'Best Production - Feature Length' and 'Best Original Musical Score' categories in the 1st Annual Canadian Awards for the Electronic & Animated Arts in 2006. [1]

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