Bluth chose this direction because he was influenced by Roger Rabbit. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account? Rock A Doodle (Christian Style) Cast | Spoof Wiki | Fandom. Edmond accompanies Patou, a cowardly magpie named Snipes, and the intellectual field mouse, Peepers, to the city, while the rest of the animals remain at Edmond's house. All of them preceded 1997's Anastasia, his comeback hit. Test audiences also felt confused by the storytelling so the filmmakers decided to include narration told by the dog character, Patou, voiced by Phil Harris. It's about a character named Chanticleer who thinks that when he crows the sun comes up. Hunch inadvertently frees Edmond and the others, and they help Chanticleer and Goldie make a grand escape in a helicopter, which they use to return to the farm. Directed by: DON BLUTH … Here are the characters I picked who I thought could play the roles best. When the live-action footage was finished during production, Goldcrest Films recruited Sullivan Bluth Studios to animate the rest of the film. Moreover, a Hong Kong company, Media Assets, purchased Bluth's next three films, Thumbelina, A Troll in Central Park, and The Pebble and the Penguin. Cast: Chanticleer - Rover Dangerfield; Edmond (Human) - Chomper (Land Before Time) Rock a dog Poster. However, he leaves his farm to become a rock star in the city after being tricked by the Grand Duke of Owls, whose kind hates sunshine, into thinking that his crow does not actually raise the sun. [7] Prior to the North American theatrical release, a sneak preview of the film was included on the 1990 VHS release of All Dogs Go to Heaven. The matte lines are clearly visible in the final live-action/animation scenes, and a weird glow suffuses the entire sequence, as if it had been shot at Chernobyl. [2] Loosely based on Edmond Rostand's 1910 comedy play Chantecler,[3] Rock-a-Doodle was directed by Don Bluth and written by David N. Weiss. Register Start a Wiki. rockadoodle recastmeme. Games Movies TV Video. voiced by Glen Campbell and 4 others. Rock-a-Doodle received mostly negative reviews from critics. [7] However, that date was further moved to April 1992 to avoid competition with Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Feature Animation's Beauty and the Beast, as well as Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment's An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, a sequel to An American Tail, in which Bluth himself was not involved. In his review, he gave mild praise to the songs and the animation and said the film may entertain younger audiences, but said the film "doesn't feel as bright as it should." It also includes a promotional commercial for Wisk laundry detergent, which has a $5.00 mail-in rebate certificate found inside each videocassette. Games Movies TV Video. Edmond is saved by Patou, a basset hound from Chanticleer's farm who struggles to tie his shoes, and Edmond manages to drive away the Duke with a flashlight. voiced by Eddie Deezen and 2 … One morning, Chanticleer, a rooster whose singing raises the sun every morning, gets into a fight with a stranger sent by the Grand Duke of Owls, whose kind hates sunlight. Composer T. J. Kuenster has some funny songs. "ROCK-A-DOODLE is a fantasy, something that we just made up. Most visited articles . Dory - Mother. The farm yard animals realize they're in trouble because the rains have come, the world's flooding, and there's no more sunshine. Christopher Plummer. [7][nb 1]. This time, we're focusing on the 1992 Don Bluth animated film Rock-A-Doodle! voiced by Toby Scott Ganger and 2 others. With Doug Walker, Rob Walker, Christopher Plummer. However, unlike the previous home media releases, both the new Olive Films DVD and Blu-ray releases were sourced from PAL masters (resulting in a slightly higher audio pitch than normal, despite the running time remaining the same as its NTSC counterpart), although both the 2012 MGM logo and the last half of the end credits were kept in a normal pitch. directed by Don Bluthyear: 1991Rock-A-Doodle is about a rooster named Chanticleer who raises the sun every morning with his Elvis Presley-esque crowing. Wikis. Rock-a-Doodle is a 1991 Irish/British/American live action/animatit muisical comedy adventur film produced bi Sullivan Bluth Studios an Goldcrest Films. Register Start a Wiki. Chanticleer finally regains his confidence and crows loud enough to raise the sun, diminishing the Duke into a harmless miniature version of himself. Meanwhile, the rooster goes away to the city and becomes a rock star, very reminiscent of Elvis Presley. Without Chanticleer, rain continues to pour non-stop, causing a massive flood all over the country. However, he's instead greeted by the Duke, who is angered by Edmond's interference and uses his magical breath to transform Edmond into a kitten with the intent to devour him. After their batteries run out, the denizens of the farm are nearly made a meal of by the Duke and his minions when they are driven off by the helicopter's spotlight. Here's another recast meme I thought looked fun! Directed by Doug Walker. Edmond awakes in the real world, where the sun is shining outside and the floods have ended, but Edmond's mother assumes that his adventures were only a dream. Spoof Wiki. This is Ganger's first acting role. The Parody Wiki. Snipes. [7] Originally, the story's first and last scenes were to be shot in black and white, similar to 1939's The Wizard of Oz. Goldie soon grows genuinely attracted to Chanticleer, and realizes Pinky's true intentions when he captures Edmond and the others trying to get a letter to Chanticleer. Wikis. Add new page. Grand Duke (voice) Phil Harris. Patou. The story begins in the American Midwest, where two Young roosters named Chanticleer and Apollo are born. Ridiculed and rejected by the other animals, Chanticleer leaves the farm in shame, and the sun goes back down as Chanticleer had not crowed. 6+ Starring Kathryn Holcomb, Stan Ivar, Toby … Chanticleer, now under the name of "The King", has become a famous Elvis impersonator under his manager Pinky Fox, who is employed by the Duke to keep Chanticleer in the city and prevent his friends from finding him. [6] In the late 1980s, as a response to the success of the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the proposal was revised by a former Disney animator, Don Bluth, who wanted to tell the rooster's story through live action and animation. Director. [17], In 2011, Total Film ranked it as 24th among the 50 worst children's films ever made.[18]. Afterwards, perpetual darkness and rainfall threaten the farm with flooding. Frank - Dad. Foul dog speaks over music. The soundtrack for Rock-a-Doodle was composed by Robert Folk and performed by the Irish Film Orchestra, with songs written and produced by T.J. Kuenster, one of the songwriters for All Dogs Go to Heaven. 9 Favourites. Director. [7] The live-action sequences were done at Ardmore Studios.[8]. Listen to music from Rock-A-Doodle like Sun Do Shine, Rock-A-Doodle & more. The live-action footage was filmed in 1990 at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California. The Duke taunts Chanticleer and tries to drown him, but Edmond starts chanting Chanticleer's name in hopes of reviving his spirit, provoking the Duke into strangling Edmond until he loses consciousness. Animation took place in both Burbank, California and Dublin, Ireland. Watch Rock-A-Doodle movie trailer and get the latest cast info, photos, movie review and more on Rock-a-Doodle is the title (but not theme) song from Rock-A-Doodle. The animation was shot on an open-matte full-screen negative, meaning the top and bottom of the image was cropped to fit the theatre screen along with the new Olive Films DVD and Blu-ray releases. Rock-a-Doodle is a 1991 live-action/animated musical comedy film produced by Sullivan Bluth Studios and Goldcrest Films. Chanticleer defeats his attacker, but forgets to crow, and the sun rises anyway. Rock-A-Doodle. Plans for an animated version of the Chanticleer tale dated as far back as the early years of the Walt Disney Studios, where several of its artists were interested in combining elements of the story with those about an anthropomorphic fox named Reynard. The tracks "Sun Do Shine", "Come Back to You", "Rock-a-Doodle", "Treasure Hunting Fever", "Sink or Swim," "Kiss 'n Coo", and "Tyin' Your Shoes" contained background vocals by The Jordanaires. Wiki Content . They're not Ashman and Menken (The Little Mermaid songwriting team), but they're sprightly. [7] None of these did any better than Rock-a-Doodle critically or commercially, except Thumbelina, which did get slightly better in critical reception. The sun becomes very upset after that and hides behind the clouds never to come out again. However, he acclaimed the hand-drawn animation, calling it superior to the "shabby rotoscoping techniques" of Beauty and the Beast (1991). So they go to the city and try to bring Chanticleer home to crow. [7] Victor French from Get Smart and Highway to Heaven was set to direct these scenes, but terminal lung cancer forced him out of production. He is then chased away by a vengeful Hunch into the distance once and for all. Edmond. Produced by: DON BLUTH GARY GOLDMAN JOHN POMEROY. Games Movies TV Video. "/Patou to the Rescue 9.1.5 "I'm a CAT! Cast. All the farm yard animals ridicule and laugh at him, so he walks away and says 'I'm nobody.' | The crew, because of these changes, had to work overtime to finish the film by Thanksgiving 1990. Bluth, who had never done anything in this field, took over from this point. Narrator / Patou (voice) Stan Ivar. 148,438 Pages. Wikis. Rock-a-Doodle Cast. Rock-a-Doodle was the first feature-length live-action/animated film since 1988's Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but unlike the live-action characters from that film sharing the screen with animated characters like Roger Rabbit, Edmond is the only live-action character to share the screen with the animated farm animals; this was at the beginning, when The Grand Duke confronts Edmond before turning him into an animated cat, and at the end, where Chanticleer is singing a reprise of Sun Do Shine like he does at the beginning. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account? ROCK-A-DOODLE. Rock-a-Doodle was first released on VHS and LaserDisc on 18 August 1992, as well as on DVD on 20 July 1999 by HBO Video. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 20% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 15 reviews, with an average score of 4/10. Filming & Production Hunch, the Duke's pygmy nephew, is assigned by him to stop Edmond and the others from finding Chanticleer. TMDb Rating 5.689 votes. "[16] Entertainment Weekly panned Rock-a-Doodle's "limp rock homages," forgettable song, "washed-out" colors, and the "cheap" look of the live-actions sequences. [15], Charles Soloman, a critic for the Los Angeles Times disliked the film's writing, reasoning that it was filled with plot holes, forced "fun" elements, and rejection of the source material's "powerful message about the importance of self-knowledge." IMDb Rating 6.0 7,413 votes. Impressed by Edmond's bravery, the other animals begin chanting Chanticleer's name, driving an angry Duke to transform himself into a tornado. However, very little of this footage made it in the final cut. Meanwhile, the Duke and his party stalk the farm animals at Edmond's house, who continually use Edmond's flashlight to drive them off as long as the batteries hold out. The truth is, it does; until one day into the farm yard comes another rooster who fights with Chanticleer and keeps him so busy that the sun, who has a habit of coming up every morning at that time, peeks its little head over the hill. The film took in $11,657,385 at the US box office after an opening weekend gross of $2,603,286,[1] which forced Bluth's studio into liquidation half a year after its release. He also praised the voice acting and "witty" take of the "Bach vs. rock" story. Rock-a-Doodle was originally going to be released by MGM–Pathe Communications Co., but studio partnership was facing financial difficulties, so Bluth rescheduled Rock-a-Doodle for release around Thanksgiving 1991 and selected The Samuel Goldwyn Company as the film's distributor. voiced by Phil Harris and 3 others. | But he'll soon realize that family, friends and home mean more than fleeting fame in this touching animated film for the entire family. Original title Rock-A-Doodle. [12] The film also inspired a Computerized Coloring Book by Capstone Software and IntraCorp called The Rock-A-Doodle Computerized Coloring Book. Category:Rock-A-Doodle Movie Spoofs | The Parody Wiki | Fandom. My Rock-A-Doodle cast. [14] Hartford Courant reviewer Malcolm L. Johnson, while feeling that Rock-a-Doodle lacked a story, highlighted its "technical feats" in animation, such as the use of live-action and moments where the animation "zoomps] us through layers of action, as though a camera were riding on the back of a freewheeling bird." Edmond (Kitten) - Littlefoot (Land Before Time) Patou - Melman and Tantor (Madagascar) and (Tarzan) Snipes - Devon and Cornwall (Quest for Camelot) 5,657 Pages. During a concert, he is introduced to Goldie Pheasant as a distraction in case Chanticleer's friends come to find him. That edition marked the film's first widescreen debut in an American home media release (which was the final Don Bluth film to be presented in the widescreen format in an American home media release), apart from digital retailers. Realizing that she is in love with him, Goldie confesses to Chanticleer that his friends had come to see him, and Pinky blackmails Chanticleer to attend his show or never see his friends again. "/"Who's Gonna Answer Him?" Available on Pluto TV A rooster (Glen Campbell) loses his status in the barnyard and heads off to Las Vegas for fame and fortune! 1 Opening Logos 2 Opening Credits 3 Ending Credits 4 Closing Logos Add a photo to this gallery Goldcrest presents A Sullivan Bluth Studios Ireland Ltd. Production A Don Bluth film "Rock-A-Doodle" Screenplay by: David N. Weiss Original Songs by: T.J. Kuenster Musical Score by: Robert Folk Executive Producers: John Quested, Morris F. Sullivan, Ashini Shah Producers: Don Bluth, Gary … Glen Campbell. He is transformed into a, T.J. Kuenster, Jim Doherty, John Drummond, and, Jason Marin as Mark, one of Edmond's older brothers, "Bouncers Theme Song" – The Don Bluth Players, "No Batteries!" The Critic notes the start of Don Bluth's decline with Rock-A-Doodle. The film's opening, which took place at a farm, had Edmond's mother reading the tale of Chanticleer to him. Official Sites Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Rock-A-Doodle. [11], Halliwell's Film Guide commended its "excellent animation", but complained of the "poor and confusing narrative" that "rendered [it] pointless". Screenplay By: DAVID N. WEISS & J DAVID STEM. The owl are cool though. Movie Info. 9.1.4 The Grand Duke of Owls/"The Duke is Going to Eat You. 102 Views. It is sung by "The King". The plot is banal, characterized by incomprehensible narrative choices (because, despite the farewell… Review by Lily ½ . Snipes (voice) Toby Scott Ganger. Awful little boy shouts a name over and over. Rock-a-Doodle Media: Rock-a-Doodle Characters: Chanticleer | Edmond | Grand Duke of Owls | Patou | Goldie Pheasant | Snipes | Peepers | Hunch | Pinky | Stuey | Minny Rabbit | Max the Bodyguard | Owl Minions | Frog Bouncers [4] Don Bluth began pre-production of an animated film about Chanticleer in 1982. A second edition was released by MGM Home Entertainment through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on 8 November 2005. Coming soon in 2020's. [9] In a positive review, the Washington Post wrote "The young ones, who certainly don't give a sticky-fingered hoot about animation production values, are likely to have a good time with this. Popular pages. Though character designs by Marc Davis survive, Walt Disney personally rejected the pitch, and the film was never put into production or animation tests. For the film's 25th anniversary of its North American release, a third edition was released on Blu-ray and DVD by Olive Films (under license from MGM) on 31 October 2017. He also called the live-action segments unnecessary. Then, on the day before the start of Daylight Savings, Apollo gets in a fight … The copyright date of 1990 appears in the film's end credits, although it was not released until at least a year later. In response to reactions from mothers during test screenings of her scenes, Goldcrest requested that Sullivan Bluth reanimate the scenes by covering her chest with feathers as cel overlays, or simply painting her cleavage out.[7]. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account? Chanticleer / The King (voice) Eddie Deezen. When viewed in full-screen (except the theatre screen and the new Olive Films DVD and Blu-ray releases), all the animated sequences (except for parts of the finale) can be seen in full, but the live-action segments lose information on the sides. Their family's farm is in danger of being destroyed in a storm, and when his mother leaves to assist the rest of the family, Edmond calls for Chanticleer's return. "Rock-a-Doodle's Bluth Is Crowing Animatedly", "Rock-A-Doodle Movie Review & Film Summary (1992)", "MOVIE REVIEW : Little to Crow Over in 'Rock-A-Doodle,, American children's animated adventure films, American children's animated comedy films, American children's animated fantasy films, American children's animated musical films, Films produced by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Toby Scott Ganger as Edmond, the son of a human farmer who is being read the story of Chanticleer by his mother, Dory. The live-action and animation sequences were filmed in two separate aspect ratios. • Toby Scott Ganger as Edmond, the son of a human farmer who is being read the story of Chanticleer by his mother, Dory. Company Credits This story turns out to be a fairy tale being read to a young boy named Edmond by his mother. Add new page. Chanticleer's friends from the farm, along with Edmond, a young human boy who was transformed into a kitten by the Duke, take off on a mission to get Chanticleer to bring back the sun and save the country before it is too late. He is transformed into a kitten by the Grand Duke after trying to summon back Chanticleer, and is the one who organises the farm animals to bring Chanticleer back to the farm after the flooding starts. In this animated film, Chanticleer (Glen Campbell), a barnyard rooster, has convinced the other animals that his crowing makes the sun rise. Cartoonafroman92 movie-spoof and human and animal style of 1991 Don Bluth film, "Rock-a-Doodle". In the years that passed, in Northeast America, 1969, Chanticleer was more popular as Apollo wanted to be acknowledged. By topcatmeeces97 Watch. To avoid a potential PG rating, Bluth edited out the showing of The Duke's "skunk pie" (the pie is not seen in full view in the final version), the animators had to replace Chanticleer's glass of wine with a transparent cup of soda in the "Kiss and Coo" sequence, and had to draw colored effects into The Grand Duke's breath to make him less scary for young audiences. Rock-a-Doodle is an upcoming TV series based on the film. He also criticized its cheap-looking special effects: "The Grand Duke’s magic breath sprays twinkling stars and crescent moons that look like the glitter sold by the scoop in card shops. Don Bluth Wiki. Kathryn Holcomb. Toby Scott Ganger as Edmond, the son of the farmer and the human protagonist of the film. There are many passing delights. Music Score by: ROBERT FOLK. Chanticleer's girlfriend, Goldie the Pheasant, was designed to have attributes similar to Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit (as seen in the original trailer). In a 1990 magazine article, Don described the plot of the film thusly. The Duke and his henchmen take over in the darkness, and plan to eat all of the barnyard animals. Edmond. Rock-A-Doodle ( 1,619 ) IMDb 6.1 1 h 14 min 1992 X-Ray 7+ But he'll soon realize that family, friends and home mean more than fleeting fame in this touching animated film for the entire family. [13] Dave Kehr of the Chicago Tribune criticized the film's overwhelming amount of characters and subplots as well as its "frantic" altering in pacing and tone. But in a movie like this, it ain't over till the rooster sings. Wiki Content. "[5] In the final film, however, it is never explained why the sun rises even though Chanticleer does not crow, despite how much the narration of the film tries to explain many things. Recently Changed Pages. Release Dates Jack Angel. [5] In 1985, the film was mentioned as being in development limbo. (Tweedle-Le-Dee) – Christopher Plummer, "Kiss 'n Coo" – Glen Campbell and Ellen Greene, This page was last edited on 20 January 2021, at 03:47. 1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Songs 4 Cast 5 Credits 6 Production 7 Trivia 8 Gallery 9 Script 9.1 Chapters/Scenes 9.1.1 Opening Credits/"Once Upon a Time..."/♪The Sun Do Shine♪ 9.1.2 Chanticleer Runs Away/Storybook/Edmund, Tom and Jerry 9.1.3 "The Line is Breaking! In 2010, the film was released along with The Pebble and the Penguin as a double-sided DVD. Cast. The film tells the story of an anthropomorphic rooster named Chanticleer, who lives on a farm and crows every morning to raise the sun. Glen Campbell Eddie ... Rock-A-Doodle is a terrifying way of combining traditional animation with live action and bad interaction between reality and fantasy. Cast overview, first billed only: Phil Harris ... Narrator / Patou (voice) Glen Campbell ... Chanticleer / The King (voice) Eddie Deezen ... Snipes (voice) Kathryn Holcomb ... Dory - Mother Despite that, the entire film remains normal-pitched on Vudu (due to still using the mid-2000s printing). Animation 1992 1 hr 17 min. Category:Rock-A-Doodle characters | Don Bluth Wiki | Fandom. The floods begin to subside and Edmond transforms back into a human. Rock-A-Doodle: Christopher Plummer, Eddie Deezen, Glen Campbell, Phil Harris, Ellen Greene, Sandy Duncan, Sorrell Booke, Kathryn Holcomb Rock-A-Doodle - Cast, Crew and Credits - Search | Register Start a Wiki. Technical Specs, See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro, chief makeup artist: live action segments, production supervisor (as Cathy Carr-Goldman), trainee assistant director: live action segments, second assistant director: live action segments, first assistant director: live action segments, trainee assistant director: live action segments (as John A. Phelan), trainee assistant director: live action segments (as Katriona Ryan), third assistant director: live action segments (uncredited), construction manager: live action segments / supervising carpenter: live action segments, assistant art director: live action segments, carpenter: live action segments (as Eddie Humphries), painter: live action segments (as David Rath), supervising painter: live action segments, adr editor (as Dennis Dutton) / sound editor (as Dennis Dutton), adr editor (as Sue Odjakjian) / assistant sound editor (as Sue Odjakjian), assistant special effects technician: live action segments, special effects modeller: live action segments (as Carol DeJong), special effects supervisor: live action segments (as Morris Foley), special effects supervisor: live action segments, senior special effects technician: live action segments, special effects modeller: live action segments (as Chrissie Overs), special effects technician: live action segments, optical co-supervisor/camera: Apogee Productions, director of computer animation (as Jan Carlée), computer technical director (as Christine Zing Chang), special effects animator (as Robert B. Cowan), special effects animator (as James Mansfield), senior optical printer: Optical Film Effects, visual effects supervisor: live action segments, optical supervisor: Apogee Productions (as R. William Dorney), blue screen assistant: live action segments, rostrum camera supervisor: Optical Film Effects, special effects administrative assistant supervisor, special effects assistant animator (as Leonard Green), special effects assistant animator (as Gillian Hunt-Cunningham), special effects technician (as Susan Keane), special effects assistant animator (as Noel Kiernan), optical line-up: Apogee Productions (as Nick Linardos), supervising special effects painter (as Shirley 'Sam' Mapes), apprentice special effects painter (as Petula Masterson-O'Reilly), special effects assistant animator (as Roland Mercado), special effects directing animator (as Joey Mildenberger), additional special effects animator (as Mike Oliva), optical camera operator: Apogee Productions, special effects assistant animator (as Debbie Pugh), optical line-up: Apogee Productions (as Jim Seltenreich), special effects assistant animator (as George Sukura), assistant rostrum cameraman: Optical Film Effects, special effects directing animator (as David Tidgwell), blue screen electrician: live action segments, stunt coordinator: live action segments (as Beau Van Den Ecker), photographic consultant: live action segments, trainee clapper loader: live action segments, video assist technician: live action segments, camera technician: live action segments (as Kevin Green), animation camera operator (as Jeannette Maher), production camera supervisor (as Ciarán Morris), apprentice camera operator (as Peadár O'Reilly), production camera administrative assistant, supervising rough breakdown and inbetween artist, background artist (as Rungsun Apinchapong), character animator (as Anne-Marie Bardwell), character animator (as Charlie Bonifacio), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as Michael Cichuela), character key clean-up artist (as Michael Cassidy), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as David Coogan), directing animator (as Lorna Pomeroy-Cook), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as David Cribben), final check librarian (as Anne-Marie Daly), character key clean-up artist (as Conor Flynn), character clean-up artist (as Gerry Gogan), supervising character clean-up artist (as Paul Kelly), animation and storyboard administrative assistant supervisor, rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as Celine Cahill), character clean-up artist (as Edward Klein), character clean-up artist (as Lawrence Leichliter), additional character animator / layout artist, layout and background administrative assistant supervisor, animation checking supervisor (as Michele McKenna-Mahon), character clean-up administrative assistant supervisor, cel painting trainer (as Kate Meredith-Delaney), character key clean-up artist (as Anne-Marie Mockler), rough inbetween and breakdown administrative supervisor (as Anne C. Murray), character clean-up artist (as Tracey Nelson), cel painter (as Catherine O'Connor-Dillon), cel painting assistant supervisor (as Bríd Ní Dhónaill), character clean-up administrative supervisor, key xerography processor (as Frank D. Richards), character clean-up artist (as Eileen Ridgeway), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as Sheryl Sardina), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as Jennifer Marie Stillwell), key assistant animator (as Russell Stoll), additional character animator (as Nasos Vakalis), supervising color stylist (as Susan Van Der Horst), xerography checker (as Pauline Walsh-Byrne), rough breakdown and inbetween artist (as Liz Wassell), casting: live action segments (as Eileen Knight), first assistant film editor: live action segments, trainee assistant film editor: live action segments, musician: guitar: Nashville Rhythm Section, musician: banjo: Nashville Rhythm Section, musician: piano/keyboards: Nashville Rhythm Section, musician: bass guitar: Nashville Rhythm Section, musician: drums: Nashville Rhythm Section, musician: guitar: Nashville Rhythm Section (as Billy Joey Walker), musician (uncredited) / musician: piano soloist (uncredited), construction driver: live action segments, transportation captain: live action segments, trainee script supervisor: live action segments, co-director: live action segments (as Beau Van Den Ecker), black and white film lab supervisor and optical technician, production accountant: live action segments, production accountant (as Rachel Leighton-Weinlein), administrative assistant (as Sheri Sedlik), financial consultant: live action segments, unit doctor: live action segments (as Dr. Rónán O'Cuilleanáin), studio managing director: Ardmore Studios, security and international personnel officer, script supervisor: live action segments (as Laerke Pedersen), production coordinator: live action segments / script preparation: live action segments, Special thanks: international public relations (as Dennis Davidson Associates), thanks: on behalf of Goldcrest (as Thierry Wase Bailey).

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