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Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie
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DVD cover
Directed by Karen Hyden
Written by Carter Crocker
Starring See below
Music by Andy Street (score/songs)
Judy Rothman (lyrics)
Studio DIC Entertainment Corporation
American Greetings
Distributed by Kidtoon Films
Release date(s) October 7, 2006 (2006-10-07)
Running time 75 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie is a 2006 American computer-animated family fantasy adventure film produced by DIC Entertainment Corporation and released theatrically in select cities on October 7, 2006 by Kidtoon Films. It was the first feature-length film to feature the eponymous American Greetings property, and stars the voices of Sarah Heinke, Rachel Ware, Nils Haaland, and Bridget Robbins. The film also includes the first appearance of the villain, the Peculiar Pie Man, since Nelvana's Strawberry Shortcake specials from more than twenty years earlier.


After arranging a sleepover with her friends, Strawberry and the rest travel to the Land of Dreams on a Dreamboat that Ginger Snap has built, in order to stop the Pie Man from taking over their residence.


  • Sarah Heinke – Strawberry Shortcake
  • Rachel Ware – Angel Cake
  • Samantha Triba – Ginger Snap
  • DeJare Barfield – Orange Blossom
  • Greer McKain – Raspberry Torte
  • Mary Waltman – Lemon Meringue
  • Anna Jordan – Custard
  • Nils Haaland – Pupcake / Sleepbug
  • Cork Ramer – Purple Pie Man
  • Bridget Robbins – Sour Grapes
  • Kim Carlson – P.J.
  • John Lee – Sandman


20th Century Fox Home Entertainment released The Sweet Dreams Movie on DVD on February 6, 2007.

Grosset & Dunlap has published at least three books based on the film, all of which contain actual stills from the production. They are The Sweet Dreams Movie Storybook by Megan E. Bryant (ISBN: 0-448-44423-2), Dream Big! by Sierra Harimann (ISBN: 0-448-44425-9), and a sticker book entitled A Berry Big Adventure, edited by Molly Kempf (ISBN: 0-448-44424-0).

On August 30, 2006, Koch Records released a soundtrack album of the film. Nine songs were featured on the album, including "Sweet Dreams" and "All It Takes". Additionally, two songs unrelated to the movie, "You’re my Berry Best Friend" (from the regular episode Peppermint's Pet Peeve) and "Tell Me A Story" (A bonus music video from the Adventures in Ice-cream Island DVD), was included.

On August 24, 2006, Majesco Entertainment released the video game Strawberry Shortcake: Sweet Dreams for the Game Boy Advance. It was developed by Gorilla Systems, and incorporated stills of actual scenes from the film. IGN reviewer Ed Lewis gave it a rating of 5.1/10, starting his critique thus: "It's charming, but too many sweets may give you cavities." Another game based on the film, Adventures in the Land of Dreams, was released by Game Factory for the PlayStation 2 console on January 10, 2007. A port for the PC was to be released in Q4 2007. However as of December 2008 the PC version still cannot be found in stores and online, and no news on the release of the port have been heard since its initial announcement.

Both Strawberry Shortcake: Sweet Dreams for the GBA and Strawberry Shortcake: Adventure in the Land of Dreams for the PS2 were launched with the title Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Game in the North American market.

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