Western Animation: Destination Imagination
is a Made-for-TV Movie
based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
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in the sixth season of the show, and was released in November of 2008.
This time, the Foster's crew receives a mysterious box that is not to be opened, but when Frankie directly disobeys Mr. Herriman's orders to take a peak inside, she finds herself in a glorious kingdom inhabited by one lonely imaginary friend. Frankie continues to visit the box each day, and her friend grows so attached to her that he eventually decides not to let her go, and it's up to Mac, Bloo, Coco, Wilt, and Eduardo to rescue her, as they come to realize that the seemingly harmless world inside the box isn't all it appears to be.
Notable for being a much Darker and Edgier
take on the series, the film was well received by critics and fans alike, even winning itself an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program.
The film provides examples of: