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The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue is the second direct-to-video sequel to The Brave Little Toaster. Though it was released after The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, it is actually the second film in chronological order. A production of Hyperion/Kushner-Locke, it was originally released in 1999 in North America by Walt Disney Home Video. It was also released the same year in 1999 in the United Kingdom and premiered on TV on BBC Two but there was no DVD release. Rob, the owner of the appliances and whom they refer to as "the master", is working in a laboratory where he tends to injured animals. While working on a thesis the computer crashes, thanks to a terrible computer virus from Wittgenstein, an old TLW-728 supercomputer. The appliances, along with the rat Ratso who found Wittgenstein, then seek to help Rob by finding Wittgenstein to reverse the effects of his virus, hence recovering the master's thesis. Meanwhile, in a dual plot of the film, Mack, Rob's lab assistant, plots...
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