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Tayo the Little Bus: The Movie (styled in Korean as "타요의 영화") is an animated
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upcoming 23rd March 2017 film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and Nelvana. The film's working title is "A Little Bus On A Mighty Adventure". Also, other movies related to this one is "Peppa Pig: The Movie" and "Toot the Tiny Tugboat: The Movie". The film will be distributed by Pearl & Dean.

PlotEdit

The film starts with the main protagonists (UK voices: Osian Gatehouse, Keith Wickham, Emma Tate & Steven Kynman and US voices: Robyn Slade, Nolan Balzer, Kami Desilets & Jules de Jongh) working hard in the big city of Seoul. Just then, Citu (Andrew Brenner) tows a broken down Tayo and takes him to the repair garage to see Hana (UK: Emma Tate and US: Jolie L'Esperance). She then fixes Tayo up and soon Lani comes to see her grandfather Bubba (Rob Rackstraw). Then, she meets a kind with a violet bus named Pipes who becomes close friends with Lani they develop a crush on each other (UK: David Holt and US: Albert Brooks) and Bubba gets confused. Then, a super-speedy race car named Rod (UK: Nigel Pilkington and US: Jeff Gordon) made the buses think it's Pat (Keith Wickham) breaking the safety rules. Rogi gears himself up as a detective and 

CastEdit

UKEdit

Osian Gatehouse as Tayo, a cheeky blue bus

Keith Wickham as Rogi, a green bus who likes playing detectives

Emma Tate as Lani, a yellow bus who dislikes vehicles fighting

Steven Kynman as Gani, a red bus with a kind and mature personality

Andrew Brenner as Citu, the leader and father of the little buses

Su Pollard as Nuri, a cheerful taxi cab

Nigel Pilkington as Rod, a turbo-charged race car

John Hasler as Frank, a fire truck

Maria Darling as Alice, an ambulance

Keith Wickham as Pat, a police car

Rob Rackstraw as Bubba, the mentor and father of Citu

David Holt as Pipes, a violet bus who is a good friend and love interest of Lani

Nigel Pilkington as Jani, the lieutenant of the buses

Terry Mynott as SuperScooper, a backhoe and Poco's hero

Rebecca O'Mara as Toni, a gray delivery truck

Paul Panting as Cooku, Nana's childhood friend

Joanne Froggatt as Nana, a bus

Steven Kynman as Ractor, a red tractor

Colin McFarlane as Champ, an old pickup truck

Menna Spittle


USEdit

Robyn Slade as Tayo, a cheeky blue bus

Nolan Balzer as Rogi, a green bus who likes playing detectives

Kami Desilets as Lani, a yellow bus who dislikes vehicles fighting

Jules de Jongh as Gani, a red bus with a kind and mature personality

Andrew Brenner as Citu, the father and leader of the little buses

Tabitha St. Germain as Nuri, a cheerful taxi cab

Jolie L'Esperance as Hana, a mechanic

Jeff Gordon as Rod, a turbo-charged race car

John Hasler as Frank, a fire truck

Maria Darling as Alice, an ambulance

Keith Wickham as Pat, a police car

Rob Rackstraw as Bubba, the mentor of Citu

Albert Brooks as Pipes, a violet bus who is a good friend of Lani

John Eric Bentley as Jani, the lieutenant of the buses

Terry Mynott as SuperScooper, a backhoe and Poco's hero

Lorelei King as Toni, a gray delivery truck

Rob Rackstraw as Ractor, a red tractor

Colin McFarlane as Champ, an old pickup truck

Joanne Froggatt as Nana, a bus

Kate Higgins as Cooku, Nana's childhood friend

Cristela Alonzo

Colin Murdock

SoundtrackEdit

  1. Tayo the Little Bus (performed by Andrew Brenner)
  2. Jump On It (performed by The Sugarhill Gang Apache)
  3. Speed (performed by Billy Idol)
  4. I Love This Drive (performed by Tom Hambridge)
  5. Hide and Seek
  6. The Wheels on the Bus
  7. What Bus Are Made Of?
  8. Tayo's Song
  9. Vroom Vroom Vroom (performed by Teresa Gallagher)

Other filmsEdit

There will be a sequel being released in 19 April 2017, and the plotting type will be similar to Cars. Also, a prequel will be released in November 6 2017.

TriviaEdit

  • Citu is voiced by Andrew Brenner in this movie, instead of having Keith Wickham (UK) or Tim Bandfield (US).
  • The film was originally going to be released in late 2015, but instead it was pushed to 23 March 2017.
  • Gani is female in Germany.
  • Toni is female in this film and will continue to be female in the new series (excluding Korea).
  • Rogi is female in Russia, France, Norway and Japan.
  • Toni is male in Korea.
  • Cooku is female in Russia and France.
  • Paul Panting was originally going to be playing the voice of Cooku in the US dub, but dropped out. However, Paul got the role of Cooku for the UK dub while Kate Higgins voiced him in the US dub.
  • The teaser trailer's music featured Eye of the Tiger, On the Road Again and I've Been Everywhere.

Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Korean 타요의 영화 Tayo's Movie
Norweigan Tayo de Liten Buss: De Stor Film Tayo the Little Bus: The Big Movie
German Tayo: Die Film Tayo: The Movie
Japanese トアヨオ ザ ちょっくら バス: ザ ムービー Tayo the Little Bus: The Movie
Spanish Tayo el pequeño Autobús: La Película Tayo the little Bus: The Movie
French Aventureux Film de Tayo le petit bus Tayo the Little Bus'  Adventurous Movie
Russian тайо автобус & его друзья Tayo the Bus & his Friends
Bulgarian тайо автобуса : Приключението Tayo the Bus: The Adventure
Greek Τάγιο το μικρό λεωφορείο: Φώτα , κάμερα, δράση ! Tayo the Little Bus: Lights, Camera, Action!
Hungarian Tayo Tayo
Italian Tayo il Piccolo Blu Autobus Tayo the Little Blue Bus
Turkish Tayo Tayo
Netherlands Tayo Tayo
Portugese O filme com Tayo The Movie with Tayo
Chinese

大冶小客車:全體到齊!

Tayo the Little Bus: All Aboard!

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