A Fairly Odd Summer
Get ready for the oddest summer yet! Timmy Turner and his fairies are going on a summer vacation to Hawaii. But, unfortunately for Timmy, something tells us this won’t be a very relaxing holiday. With all the magic in Fairy World at stake and villains like Vicky , Foop and Crocker on his tail, there’s no way he’ll be able to enjoy himself…
- Stars:Drake Bell, Tara Strong, Scott Baio, Daniella Monet, Teryl Rothery, Ali Liebert, Daran Norris, Ella Anderson, David Lewis, Susanne Blakeslee, Devon Weigel, Mark Gibbon, Karyn Halpin, Carter Hastings, Vincent Tong,
- Director:Savage Steve Holland,
- Writer:Butch Hartman
In the third live action movie based on The Fairly Oddparents series, Timmy Turner and his friends head to Hawaii! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Fairly Odd Summer torrent reviews
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