Blue's Big Musical Movie
Movie; Aired during season 3
October 6, 2000
Answer to Blue's Clues
Blue's Big Musical Movie is the only direct to video Blue's Clues movie, as well as the season three movie. It was released on October 6, 2000. The film is only available on DVD and VHS. It is the only direct-to-video Blue's Clues show. Now, the movie airs on television, but it was originally only for customers of the VHS & DVD.
- Mr. Salt
- Mrs. Pepper
- Chalk Girl
- Orange Kitten
- Felt Friends
- Baby Bear
- Purple Kangaroo
Blue and friends are getting ready for a big musical, and everyone in the neighborhood is coming. But Tickety, Blue's partner in the act, loses her voice, and we need someone to sing replacing her. Will Steve be able to find all three clues to find out who Blue's new partner is, or is he going to give up?
- This movie is often abbreviated to Blue's Big Musical, even though on trailers, commercials, the logo, and in the film itself it is called Blue's Big Musical Movie.
- This movie is not considered an actual Nickelodeon movie.
- This would be Periwinkle's 3rd appearance for the show.
- This is the first time Sidetable interacts with any character besides Steve.
- Periwinkle didn't seem as interested in magic in the previous episodes he appeared in.
- This is the 2nd time Green Puppy is called Green.
- Blue was heard when she leaves a paw print offscreen. Steve turns around and the viewers can see that Blue left a clue on Steve's notebook from the backside.
- None of the characters ever mention what they want to be later on until the film.
- This is the only Blue's Clues movie.
- This movie never aired on TV.
- Blue's Big Musical Movie is called a special episode on Wikipedia, but other resources call it the movie. Wikipedia also abbreviates the name of the movie to Blue's Big Musical, hiding all evidence of it being a movie.
- This is the last time the show uses the original archive kid voiceovers. This is also the last time they used the usual No It's a Clue line from Adventures in Art.
- The music clips during the end credits come from Blue's Surprise at Two O'Clock, A Snowy Day, Mailbox's Birthday, What Was Blue's Dream About, What Does Blue Want To Do With Her Picture, Blue Wants To Play A Game, What Does Blue Want To Make, & What Does Blue Want To Do On a Rainy Day.
- Some of the VHS trailers had 8 and there were a couple not mentioned on some of the copies from the movie.
- All the VHS contents did include Rugrats in Paris The Movie relased in theaters, the new Blue's Clues videos, Peanuts: It's the Pied Piper Charlie Brown Trailer, All Ears Blue promo, the Stay tuned bumper & Feature Presentation bumper.
- The other trailers that didn't include on all the VHS copies were New Little Bear Videos & a Dora the Explorer VHS promo.
- Rugrats in Paris Trailer
- New Blue's Clues Videos (Blue's Safari, Magenta Comes Over, Stop, Look, and Listen and Blue's Big Pajama Party)
- Peanuts: It's The Pied Piper, Charlie Brown Trailer
- Dora the Explorer VHS Promo
- All Ears Blue Promo
- Stay Tuned For A Special Presentation After The Movie
- Paramount Feature Presentation
- Today's The Day
- The Breakfast Song
- The Clipboard Shuffle
- Sidetable's Lament
- Blue's Clues Theme Song
- Silly Hat
- Putting It All Together
- There It Is
- As Smart as You
- The Magic Of Theater
- I Can Be Anything That I Want To Be
- So Long Song
- Steve Burns as Steve
- Traci Paige Johnson as Blue
- Nick Balaban as Mr. Salt
- Spencer Kayden as Mrs. Pepper
- Jenna Marie Castle as Paprika
- LaNae Allen as Sidetable
- Kelly Nigh as Tickety
- Seth O'Hickory as Mailbox
- Cody Ross Pitts as Slippery
- Jonathan Press as Shovel
- Olivia Zaro as Pail
- Cameron Bowen as Periwinkle
- Koyalee Chanda as Magenta
- Adam Peltzman as Green Puppy
- Nicole Gibson as Orange Kitten
- Jonet Bolden as Baby Bear
- Max Behren as Purple Kangaroo
- Evan Espinoza as Felix
- Monique Reilly as Chalk Girl
- Gisselle Vaquez as Woodpecker
- Karissa Goncalvez as Fifi
- Bradon Goncalvez as Freddy
- Ray Charles as G-Clef
- The Persuasions as Notes