Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators! Trailer

Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators! Trailer (2006)

25 July 2006 Adventure, Action, Comedy 44 mins

Back for their third and zaniest adventure yet, Nickelodeon's boy genius Jimmy Neutron and Timmy from "The Fairly Odd Parents" unite to sculpt a wonder robot. Cartoon calamity ensues when the power-hungry robot develops a mind of his own and turns on his creative inventors. Features bonus episodes: two from "The Fairly Odd Parents" ("Odd, Odd West" and "That's Life") and two from "Jimmy Neutron" ("Ultra Sheen" and "The Feud").

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Cast

Debi Derryberry

as Jimmy Neutron

Tara Strong

as Timmy

Jeff Garlin

as Villain

Rob Paulsen

as Carl / Eustace / Butler / Bucky McBadbat

International Titles

La hora de Jimmy y Timmy III Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 25 July 2006

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