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Roxy Hunter is a fictional character played by Aria Wallace in four television films for Nickelodeon in the United States: Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost (2007), Roxy Hunter and the Secret of the Shaman (2008), Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid (2008), and Roxy Hunter and the Horrific Halloween (2008)

Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost

Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost
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DVD cover
Developed byNickelodeon Studios
Written byJames Kee
Robin Dunne
Directed byEleanor Lindo
Animation Director:
David Molina
Terry Shakespeare
StarringAria Wallace
Robin Brûlé
Demetrius Joyette
Yannick Bisson
Vik Sahay
Music byNathan Furst
Opening theme"Cartoon Theme of Roxy Hunter and Max"
Country of originCanada
Production
ProducersBarry Tropp
Sarah Soboleski
Sue Shakespeare (animation)
CinematographyAlwyn Kumst
EditorNick Link
Running time93 minutes
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Original release
  • October 30, 2007 (2007-10-30)

Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost is a 2007 Nickelodeon Original Movie, and is the first TV movie of the Roxy Hunter Movies. It is produced by Dolphin Entertainment,[1] that premiered on October 30, 2007. It premiered on Family on May 19, 2008.

The animation sequences were produced by Creative Capers Entertainment.

Synopsis

In 1944, a woman who was planning to get engaged was stopped by her father's gun. 63 years later, Roxy Hunter, an irrepressible 9-year-old moves to a spooky, old house in the country. There, she stumbles into a weird world of unsolved mysteries and the unknown. With the help of her best friend Max, a 12-year-old genius she calls her fiancé, she embarks on a mission to solve a crime, save their house, and re-unite lost love from beyond the grave.

Cast

Books

On December 13, 2007, Penguin Children's Books released the Roxy Hunter book line which includes junior novels The Mystery of the Moody Ghost and The Secret of the Shaman by Tracey West. Accompanying the novels was The Roxy Hunter Case Files by James Kee and Robin Dunne. Each case file gives a journal-like first-person account of each mystery from the perspective of Roxy herself.

DVD release

The movie was released on DVD on February 5, 2008.

Roxy Hunter and the Secret of the Shaman

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DVD cover
Developed byNickelodeon Studios
Written byRobin Dunne
James Kee
Directed byEleanor Lindo
Animation Director:
David Molina
Terry Shakespeare
StarringAria Wallace
Robin Brûlé
Demetrius Joyette
Yannick Bisson
Vik Sahay
Richard McMillan
Music byNathan Furst
Country of originCanada
Production
ProducersBarry Tropp
Andrew Rosen
Anthony Leo
Sue Shakespeare (animation)
CinematographyAlwyn Kumst
EditorNick Link
Running time90 minutes
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Original release
  • February 1, 2008 (2008-02-01)

Roxy Hunter and the Secret of the Shaman is a 2008 Nickelodeon Original Movie that aired on February 1, 2008. It is a direct sequel to the Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost. The movie is produced by Dolphin Entertainment.[1] This movie was dedicated to Jeanne Culp.

Synopsis

When it is near Serenity Falls's 150th anniversary, a part of the celebration lighthouse is stolen, which is being used by a shaman Roxy is learning about for a Festival of the Lights.

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Supporting

DVD release

The movie was released on DVD on July 15, 2008.

Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid

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DVD cover
Developed byNickelodeon Studios
Written byRobin Dunne
James Kee
Directed byEleanor Lindo
Animation Director:
David Molina
Terry Shakespeare
StarringAria Wallace
Country of originCanada (in English)
Production
ProducersBarry Tropp
Sarah Soboleski
Anthony Leo
Andrew Rosen
Running time92 minutes
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Original release
  • July 13, 2008 (2008-07-13)

Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid is a 2008 Nickelodeon Original Movie that aired on July 13, 2008, and is the third edition to the Roxy Hunter movies, plus a direct sequel to the previous movie Roxy Hunter and the Secret of the Shaman.

Synopsis

Roxy is at it again when, in pursuit of a local journalism award, she befriends and brings home a mysterious amnesiac who was found soaking wet outside of the local coffee shop. After ceremoniously naming her Annie Nonomys, Roxy takes the young lady home and finds that even the most common household item is a complete mystery to Annie. When Annie returns dripping wet from the lake several nights in a row, Roxy determines what is abundantly clear to her: Annie is a mermaid, who has to find her way home back in the sea.

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DVD releases

The movie was released on DVD on October 14, 2008.

Roxy Hunter and the Horrific Halloween

Roxy Hunter and the Horrific Halloween
GenreFamily
Developed byNickelodeon Studios
Written byRobin Dunne
James Kee
Directed byEleanor Lindo
Animation Director:
David Molina
StarringAria Wallace
Country of originCanada (in English)
Production
ProducersBarry Tropp
Sarah Soboleski
Release
Original networkThe N
Original release
  • October 31, 2008 (2008-10-31)

Roxy Hunter and the Horrific Halloween is the fourth and final addition to the Roxy Hunter movies, and is a direct sequel to the previous movie Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid. The movie premiered on The N on October 31, 2008, as part of their Halloween Block, and did not premiere on Nickelodeon proper.

Plot

Roxy Hunter (Aria Wallace) walks out of school to find a new boy from Transylvania named Stefan (Connor Price) being bullied. Finally snapping, Stefan throws his lunch at Seth (Connor McAuley), the head bully. However, Seth ducks, and the food hits Roxy, and the two of them start a fierce rivalry. On her mother Susan's (Robin Brule) advice, she decides to try to make peace with Stefan.

Meanwhile, Max (Demetrius Joyette) is having his last day at Moody Mansion, before his parents come to pick him up. However, he learns that they can't come because of getting a huge cut of a gold mining expedition via video chat. Heartbroken, Max skips out on dinner and spends all of his time in his bedroom. Meanwhile, Susan is slightly shocked to find out that Jon (Yannick Bisson) wants to move in with her.

When Roxy goes to visit Stefan at his house, she sees an old woman (Maria Lebb) stirring something strangely red in a cauldron. When Roxy points out that the house is so quiet and dark, Stefan says his uncle Vlad Petrescu (Juan Chioran) sleeps during the day, and is very sensitive to light. When they go into Stefan's room, Vlad enters a short while after, telling them to keep the noise down. As he leaves, Roxy notices something red on his hand, as though dried blood.

At home, she quickly starts to believe that Stefan's family are vampires. She meets Stefan at a small gazebo in the woods with garlic and different holy relics to test whether or not he is a vampire. He passes the test, but it is clear that he has no idea that his uncle is a vampire. Roxy hastily says goodbye and runs off.

Finding Seth and his gang, Roxy tells them about this, and they go and investigate. Roxy and Seth find several wooden crates in Vlad's barn. In one of them is a horrifying painting. Vlad hears their screaming, and the club shoots him with garlic and holy water-loaded water guns, they realized that Vlad is not affected and they run off, but Vlad manages to catch Roxy. When he calls Susan over, Roxy blurts out "He's a vampire!". Vlad then explains that he is a painter and the "blood" on his hands is merely red paint. Roxy apologizes, but still gets grounded. However, she receives a letter from Stefan saying to meet him at the gazebo. Once there, Roxy learns that Stefan's parents are very poor, and his father (Martin Roach), an artist, hoped that Vlad, who is really a family friend, could sell his paintings (the ones that Roxy found in the crates the previous day) in America, but it turns out that Vlad has signed his name on the paintings to sell them for his own benefit.

Meanwhile, Max meets up with his old friend Jill (Tara Shelley) to egg the sheriff's house. However, the eggs were actually hard-boiled and break right through the window. While everyone else runs off, Max stays, knowing he deserves to be punished. The sheriff tells him about a high school prank gone wrong, resulting in the entire school burning down. His father tried to send him to a military academy, but he ran away to go on an amateur music tour. When he got back, he wanted to tell his father that he had learned that he was acting in his son's best interest, but his father had died. He ends the story by letting Max off the hook after telling him that, though his parents have let him down, it does not mean that they do not love him.

Susan gives Roxy a spark of idea on how to stop Vlad and make him confess: scaring the confession out of him. They set up a haunted house, with various scares along the way, until it ends in Vlad running into the forest. Roxy says that she is a vampire, and that she will turn him into a living dead. Terrified, he confesses to his crimes, and the sheriff, who was spying on Roxy's plan takes him to jail for.

At dinner, Jon proposes to Susan. She accepts and they are engaged. Max learns to overcome his depression. Best of all, with the money for the paintings, Stefan's parents are able to come to America.

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Supporting

References

  1. ^ a b "Sony picks Nickelodeon kidvids". Variety. July 12, 2007. Retrieved 2016-03-10.

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