2013 SCARED SHREKLESS SET OF 5 WENDY'S KID'S MEAL TOY'S VIDEO REVIEW



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Scared Shrekless is a 21-minute Halloween television special, set shortly after the events of Shrek Forever After, that premiered on the American television network NBC on Thursday, October 28, 2010.
The short marks the first time Eddie Murphy didn’t reprise his role as Donkey and was replaced by Dean Edwards, Rupert Everett is replaced by Sean Bishop as Prince Charming, and the Ogre Babies are now voiced by Miles Christopher Bakshi and Nina Zoe Bakshi. This is the first time Duloc is seen since the original Shrek.

It is Halloween night, and Shrek’s family is celebrating by scaring trick-or-treaters. Inside their house, Donkey, Puss, Pinocchio, the Three Little Pigs, Big Bad Wolf, and Gingy fail to scare the ogres, and Shrek claims that nothing can scare an ogre because ogres are “the kings of Halloween”. To prove him wrong, Donkey proposes a challenge to see who can tell the scariest story, but Shrek amps it up by choosing to hold their contest in Lord Farquaad’s abandoned castle Duloc.

Cast

Mike Myers as Shrek
Dean Edwards as Donkey
Cameron Diaz as Fiona
Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots
Cody Cameron as Pinocchio/The Three Little Pigs
Conrad Vernon as Gingerbread Man/Muffin Man
Christopher Knights as The Three Blind Mice
Aron Warner as Big Bad Wolf
Kristen Schaal as Sugar
Patty Cornell and Susan Fitzer as Creepy Clockwork Chorus
Sean Bishop as Geppetto/Prince Charming/The Cricket/Dwarves/Waffle
Miles Christopher Bakshi and Nina Zoe Bakshi as Ogre Babies (Felicia, Farkle and Fergus)
Louis Gabriel Basso III as Teenager #1
Devon Werkheiser as Teenager #2 and Teenager #3​​​

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