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Rollercoaster: The Movie
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Season: 3
Production code: Movie Special
Broadcast number: Movie Special
Story by:
Robert F. Hughes
Written & Storyboarded by:
Dan Povenmire
Directed by:
Jay Lender
Broadcast Information
Disney Channel US Premiere:
May 10, 2012
Disney XD US Premiere:
May 13, 2012
International Debut:
September 15, 2012 (Disney Channel Latin America)
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ABC Family US Premiere:
January 16, 2013
Story arc(s)
Rollercoaster and Rollercoaster: The Musical
The boys redo their first project as a movie. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz makes the Magnetism Magnifier again.


Movie Summary

Act One

The boys sit under their tree talking about these times they built their first project on the first day of summer vacation. He proposes that they do it again, this time as a movie. But Phineas and Ferb sing a song that inspires that they're putting on a show. Later, they borrowed a script for the first episode of the series and the musical for the first project they did on the first day of summer vacation. Then, they said the quotes from "Rollercoaster." They sang their second musical number, "Hey Ferb." Their mom, Linda tells the boys that she's gonna pick up a few things. Before she leaves, Candace asks her if she is in charge. She says no one needs to be in charge. But she asks what if there is an emergency. Like a reindeer tries to destroy the house and blows it up. Linda says if that happens, she is in charge. Now Candace is really in charge. She runs into the backyard and screams out, "Mom says I'm in charge, conditionally." The boys are doing homework. But it is still summer. She knew that they're doing something really dangerous. She goes into the house and Candace calls Stacy. She and Jenny are finishing getting dressed in 50's/-60's doo wop outfits. Later, she hears the noise of Phineas and Ferb building the rollercoaster. Candace runs outside and sees them building it. Phineas can see Isabella's house from there. Stacy and Jenny run to Candace and sings the next song, "You're Going Down." Later after the song, he comments that there was no discernible music source in that song, as Candace, Stacy and Jenny walk away down the driveway.

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