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The Rescuers Down Under

The Rescuers Down Under (1990) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Rescuers Down Under

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Walt Disney Studios Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor, John Candy, Tristan Rogers, Adam Ryen, George C. Scott, Wayne Robson, Douglas Seale, Frank Welker, Bernard Fox; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel Thomas Schumacher, Kathleen Gavin , , , , Michael Kelly Bruce Broughton
  • 1990
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Bernard, Miss Bianca, Wilbur, Jake, Cody, McLeach, Frank, Krebbs, Joanna, Chairman, Doctor, Red, Baitmouse, Francois, Faloo, Mother, Nurse Mouse, Radio Announcer, Airplane Captain, French Mouse, International Mice.
  • Vocal Talent: Bob Newhart (Bernard), Eva Gabor (Miss Bianca), John Candy (Wilbur), Tristan Rogers (Jake), Adam Ryen (Cody), George C. Scott (McLeach), Wayne Robson (Frank), Douglas Seale (Krebbs), Frank Welker (Joanna, Special Vocal Effects), Bernard Fox (Chairman, Doctor), Peter Firth (Red), Billy Barty (Baitmouse), Ed Gilbert (Francois), Carla Meyer (Faloo, Mother), Russi Taylor (Nurse Mouse), Peter Greenwood (Radio Announcer, Airplane Captain [uncredited]), Phil Proctor (French Mouse), Mickie McGowan (International Mice), Charlie Adler, Jack Angel, Vanna Bonta, Patrick Pinney.
  • Directed By Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel.
  • Produced By Thomas Schumacher.
    Associate Producer: Kathleen Gavin.
  • Animated By Ruben Aquino, David Cutler, Anthony de Rosa, Ken Duncan, Russ Edmonds, Ed Gombert, Mark Henn, Duncan Marjoribanks, Jacques Muller, Nik Ranieri, Kathy Zielinski.
    Supervising Animator: Glen Keane (Marahute).
    Special Effects Animator: Randy Fullmer.
    Effects Animator: Ted Kierscey.
  • Written By Jim Cox, Karey Kirkpatrick, Joe Ranft, Byron Simpson.
    Original Books The Rescuers, Miss Bianca: Margery Sharp.
  • Edited By Michael Kelly.

Additional Crew:



  • Art Director: Maurice Hunt.
  • Storyboard Artist: Gary Trousdale.
  • Layout Artist: Bill Perkins.
  • Background Painter: Cristy Maltese.
  • Assistant Paint Supervisor: Rhonda L. Hicks.
  • Key Visual Development: Gay Lawrence, Valerio Ventura.
  • Breakdown Artist: Noreen Beasley.
  • Supervising Character Lead: Emily Jiuliano.
  • Effects Inbetweener: Peter Demund.
  • Digital Compositor: Disney: David J. Rowe.
  • Digital Production System Developers: Randy Cartwright, David Coons, Lem Davis, Jim Houston, Mark Kimball, Dylan Kohler.
  • Software Engineers, Pixar: Thomas Hahn, Peter Nye, Michael Shantzis.
  • Orchestrator: Mark McKenzie.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Paul Timothy Carden.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Terry Porter.

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In Australia, the young Cody discovers that evil poacher Perceval McLeach has captured the magnificent eagle, Marahute. He manages to set her free- only to be...  (more)

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