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Little Guy and The Mystery to Paris
Film information

Directed by

HiddenLuigi

Produced by

Dr2lol

Executive Produced by

Keegan J.S.

Written by

Dr2lol

Screenplay by

HiddenLuigi

Starring

the original TV cast

Cinematography

Dr2lol

Editing by

Keegan J.S.

Studio

StudioCanal
GreenyWorld Studios
Greenyworld Studios France
Atomic Cartoons
Keegan Ltd.
Keegan Animation Studios

Distributed by

20th Century Fox (Domestic)
StudioCanal (International)

Release Date(s)

February 27, 2015 (France, French Overseas Territories and Quebec)
March 17, 2015 (Worldwide)

Language

English
French

Budget

$65 million

Gross Revenue

$453,583,593

Preceded by

Greeny Phatom The Movie 2

Followed by

Little Guy and the Wrath of Kyurem

See also
transcriptgallerytriviacredits
animation errorsstatisticsspeculationproccess

Little Guy and The Mystery to Paris is a 2015 American-French film and the second Little Guy Mystery Movie. It was released in select theaters on March 17, 2015. It is a sequel of Little Guy and The Mystery to New York, taking a year after that. It has Cocoa from Cocoa's World as a special guest in the film, along with others. It replaces both Little Guy and the Atomic Holocaust and Little Guy and Dr. Beanson's Adventure in Paris, embedding both scripts into the film. It was the first Little Guy Mystery Movie to be animated by Atomic Cartoons, Keegan Ltd., and Keegan Animation Studios.

PlotEdit

This contains info from a yet to be released or released recently product. Spoilers, Spoilers Everywhere Little Guy and Little Girl had a plan to go on a vacation to Paris with their friends, they had enough money to get to France, so they did, but Bob Beanson, and all the evil fathers were there too, along with Gree Guy, the Gree Guy ClonesDr. BeanclownsonNegative Little Guy and Flex from Punic Circle. Little Guy and Jakelsm were enjoying some spaghetti, while Geo Guy was enjoying some Sony Wonder Soup, Little Girl and Geo Girl were shopping clothes, Coiny finds a automatic Gree Guy slapper and Chip was eating some chips, then, Cocoa and the wattersons also came. Meanwhile, Mario was playing his game again, but Bowser stole it, Mario used Yoshi's help to beat up Bowser, but then, the evil fathers, Gree Guy, Flex, Dr. Beanclownson, the Gree Guy clones and Negative Little Guy attacked the city, the people were terrified! Dr. Beanclownson then kidnapped Dr. MotherDr. Beanson, with an angry mood, said, "LET'S STOP THEM!" then the team chased the bad guys but they escaped in a floating castle.

Gree Guy then shows the bad guys the Atomic Holocaust. He then explains that it can electrocute enemies nearby, and to unlock it, one must hold The Key of Evil. It was then revealed that the Key is held under a huge lava pit.

As more information about the script comes, the plot is partially finished. Please expand this plot ASAP.

CastEdit

Good GuysEdit

Bad GuysEdit

SoundtrackEdit

A soundtrack for the film was released by Apple Publishing, a division of Apple Corps, under license from Greenyworld Studios. It featured the film's theme song "Paris Here We Go!" performed by Georgia Denney and a group of choirs, including the East Hills Singers at Lansing Correctional Facility in Kansas, the Greenyworld Song Choir, and various others.

ProductionEdit

Little Guy and the Atomic HolocaustEdit

Little Guy and the Atomic Holocaust is the prototype version of Little Guy and The Mystery to Paris.

Little Guy and the Atomic Holocaust
Film information

Directed by

HiddenLuigi

Produced by

John Leadsburg

Executive Produced by

Jake Sharatt

Written by

Dr2lol

Screenplay by

HiddenLuigi

Starring

the original TV cast

Cinematography

Dr2lol

Editing by

Geo G.

Studio

StudioCanal

Distributed by

20th Century Fox Gracie Films

Release Date(s)

March 17, 2015

Language

English

Budget

$1900 million

Preceded by

Little Guy and the Mystery to New York

Followed by

NA

See also
transcriptgallerytriviacredits
animation errorsstatisticsspeculationproccess

PlotEdit

Little Guy discovers the Atomic Holocaust.

Pre-release and merger to Little Guy and The Mystery to ParisEdit

Originally, Skipper was going to produce the film, but after hating Greeny Phatom, he was fired and was replaced with Jake Sharatt.

Then, after Little Guy and the Mystery to New York was released, work on a new film called Little Guy and The Mystery to Paris was proposed, and then the script for the film was merged to The Mystery to Paris.

Once, Skipper raided the set at night, destroying stuff. Luckily, the guards catched him, and locked him away forever. The set was repaired the next day.

Characters readdedEdit

Since the traitor did not work on the first LGMV, HiddenLuigi added the Gumball characters back. Coiny was originally not going to appear, but Dr2lol added him in. The Simpson family was also added.

ReleaseEdit

Pitching the filmEdit

Originally, in 2012, John Leadsburg and the others proposed two new Greeny Phatom movies, the first which would be later called Little Guy and the Mystery to New York. The second, however, had no pitch yet, so Dr2 was called in to write the pitch. In 2013, Little Guy and the Mystery to New York was released, and Dr2 had already finished the pitch. But, in late 2013, Skipper quit to rage war on Greeny Phatom, thus further delaying the film.

DelaysEdit

Set raidEdit

At 12:01 AM, in early 2014, Skipper raided the production studio, destroying stuff and props. At 12:05 AM, the guards catched them, and locked Skipper away.

Maintaining the setEdit

Dr2 agreed that it was hard to maintain the surviving storyboards of the film. Then, they locked it away, with no more evidence.

ConfirmationEdit

In late 2014, after Geo reached an agreement that a new Little Guy Mystery Movie would be produced, the props were brought back and restored.

Post-delaysEdit

Back to workEdit

Soon after, in December 25, 2014, the set was back up and running as usual. In Feburary 2015, Dr2 reported that the script was finally finished, using elements from 2 canceled Greeny Phatom movies Little Guy and Dr. Beanson's Adventures in Paris and The Atomic Holocaust, creating The Mystery to Paris.

Pre-releaseEdit

The teaser was released on Feburary 7th, and the main trailers were released on Feburary 18th.

Release and critical receptionEdit

The film is released to overwhelmingly good reviews, most of them coming from IGN, who gave the film 10/10, stating that it was "the best of Greeny Phatom". Dr2 was impressed with the output of the film, stating that his favourite scene he filmed was the Atomic Holocaust being destroyed. Due to the impressive reviews, the DVD is set for release in April 2015.

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Shows
Greeny Phatom (1995-present) | Greeny Phatom: The Xperience (1999-present) | Revamped Greeny Phatom (2010-2011) | Greeny Phatom 3D (2012 - present) | The Greeny Phatom Show (2012) | Greeny Phatom The New Adventures (2013) | The Greeny Phatom Superstar Show (2013-present) Dr. Beanson (1996-2000) Geo's World (1989-1991) Frank's World (1984 to Present)
Movies
GPTMs
Greeny Phatom The Movie | Greeny Phatom The Movie 2 | Greeny Phatom The Movie 3 | Greeny Phatom The Movie 4
Little Guy Mystery Movies
Little Guy and the Mystery to New York (2013) (transcript) | Little Guy and The Mystery to Paris (2015) | Little Guy and the Wrath of Kyurem (Late 2015) | Little Guy and The Box of Jengo Fett (2016) | The Insanity Trilogy: Heaven Sent/Hellbent/Repented (2017) | Little Guy and Gree Guy's Last Stand (TBA) | Little Guy and The Time Adventures Part I: The Beginning/Little Guy and The Time Adventures Part II: The Time Battle /Little Guy and The Time Adventures Part III: The Final Round (TBA)
Games

Green Bob's Adventure (video game) (1992) | Guns n' Blossom (1994) | Greeny Phatom (1996 video game) (1996) | Greeny Phatom Arcade (1996) | Greeny Phatom R (1997) |Greeny Phatom: The Revenge of Gree Guy (1999) | Greeny Phatom Kart (2000) | Greeny Phatom: The Video Game (2001) | The GreenyWorld Multi 2002 (2001) | Greeny Phatom The Movie (video game) (2002) | Greeny Phatom Skateboarding (2002) | Greeny Phatom: Little Guy Goes to Retroville (2004) | Greeny Phatom Party (2004) | Little Girl's Adventure (2005) | Greeny Phatom Kindle (2008) | Greeny Phatom RPG 3D (2014) | Greeny Phatom Universe (2015) | Greeny Phatom: Rise of the GreeBots (2016)

Other
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Former Mock Reviewers for Hire Productions | Greeny LOL | Gree City | Punic Circle | Greeny TV | The Universe of Davey Guy

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