Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)

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Rainbow Brite must stop an evil princess and her underlings from taking over the planet Spectra.

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  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)
  • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)

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Cast & Crew

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Bernard Deyriès , Kimio Yabuki


Jean Chalopin (story), Howard R. Cohen (story), Howard R. Cohen

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21 February 2005 | DaNay4422
| Rainbow Bright was and is still a favorite
I first saw this movie when I was very little. I was born in 1985, so it was around the age when 80s cartoons were big. My mother taped it one day thinking I might like it. I had never even heard of the Rainbow Bright TV show before I was introduced to the movie. When I saw it (on one of those old BETA tapes...) I loved it. I became addicted to it. There are people who say it's badly written and all that, but it's a kid's movie, and things like that don't matter much to children. I loved the story, and especially liked the songs and all the female characters. Of course I pretended to be them, and in the scene where Rainbow first met Krys and they were repulsed they had to work with the opposite sex, I could totally relate. The story was the basic good vs. evil that children enjoy, and there were enough happy moments to balance out the scary ones. The world is a fantastic place that would stimulate the imagination of any young child. I am very glad I had an opportunity to see this movie when I was little. It made a big impact, and watching it now brings back happy memories of childhood. I would recommend to any parent with young children to rent this movie. It will trigger their imagination and provide plenty of entertainment. You're only a child once, so don't let them miss out on this one!

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Release Date:

15 November 1985



Country of Origin

USA, Japan, France

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$1,847,962 (USA) (17 November 1985)


$4,889,971 (USA)

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