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Blue Ball is a 2003 American animated comedy film produced by Geo LTD. Animation and distributed by Buena Vista Pictures.[1] It was directed by Michael Wildshill in his directorial debut. The 24th Geo LTD. feature film, the film centers on a boy named Rick McGollins (Lucas Till) who befriends an anthropomorphic blue ball named Bleo (Stanley Tucci). He takes Rick to his home Ball Land to ally with other ball figures against the malicious forces of Banie Bano (James Cromwell).

Blue Ball was released into theaters on September 19, 2003 and it grossed $220 million worldwide. The film is the last Geo LTD. film to be distributed by Buena Vista Pictures. It is also the last Geo LTD. film to be traditionally animated, in which Geo LTD. abandoned in favor of computer animation (CGI). Starting with Computerpolis, all of their films now use computer animation.

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Video game

Main article: Blue Ball (video game)

A video game adaptation of the film was released on September 10, 2003 for PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox and Game Boy Advance.

Home media

Blue Ball was released on VHS and DVD (in separate widescreen and full screen editions) on January 21, 2003.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 In July 2010, the film's distribution rights were purchased by Geo LTD. Animation and transferred to Universal Pictures.
Geo LTD.
Films:
Geo's Funny Book Stories (1973) • The Missing Adventures of Geo Guy (1979) • The Crazy Lalo Madness (1980) • Spiffed (1981) • The Dark Red Eye (1982) • Zane the Cool Kid (1983) • Zane the Cool Kid 2: Life Rocks (1987) • Goois (1988) • The Orange Spaceship (1989) • City of Aliens (1990) • The Green House (1991) • Zane the Cool Kid 3: Back in a Cool and Awesome Kid (1992) • Lo and the Short Island (1993) • Escape from Creepy Land (1994) • Rise, Fall, Revenge and Attack of the Dark Creatures (1995) • Paint World (1996) • Sky Island (1997) • Matt and Jeff (1998) • Lollos (2002) • Geo: The Greatest Movie Ever (2002) • Blue Ball (2003) • How Frogs Go to London (2005) • BJ and Wally (2006) • The 10 Feet (2007) • The World Invasion (2008) • BJ and Wally: FusionMania (2008) • Woo La La (2009) • Swapped (2009) • Dot Box (2010) • BJ and Wally Go Around the World (2011) • Chicken and Hen (2012) • Dot Box 2 (2012) • Zane the Cool Kid (2012) • Quest (2013) • Dot Box 3 (2013) • The Graffiti Brothers (2014) • Hatty (2015) • Quest 2 (2016) • Evolupia (2016) • The World of Bono (2017) • Woo La La 2 (2018) • Quest 3 (2019)
Produced with Blur Animation Workshop:
Lost in a City (1999) • The Nut Box (2001) • Computerpolis (2004) • Metal Mike (2006) • Computerpolis 2 (2007) • Computerpolis 3 (2010) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack (2011) • Geo (2013) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 2 (2014) • Geo 2 (2015) • Imaginary Animals (2017) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 3 (2017) • Geo 3 (2018) • Computerpolis 4 (2018) • Fuzzies (2019) • Imaginary Animals 2 (2020)
Produced under VerniX Animation Studios:
MYCUN (2015) • 3 Simple Doods and 1 Simple Doodette (2017) • MYCUN 2 (2018) • Cool Spot (2018) • Little Guys (2019) • Rage Comics (2019) • 3 Simple Doods 2 (2020) • Castle (2021)
Other films:
Tony: The Movie (2000) • The Sentinel (2020)
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