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The World According To Garp

The World According To Garp (1982) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The World According To Garp

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  • 1982
  • Warner Bros. Pictures, Pan Arts Productions
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: (Live Action): Garp, Helen Holm, Jenny Fields, Roberta Muldoon, Mr. Fields, Mrs. Fields, The Hooker, John Wolfe, Dean Bodger, Michael Milton, Duncan, Walt, Stew Percy, Midge Percy, Ernie Holm, Cushie, Pooh, First Coach, Opposing Coach, Referee, Wrestling Opponent, Heavyweight, Bosworth, Zipper Boy, Boy Babysitter, Helicopter Pilot, Ellen James, Woman Candidate, Woman Speaker, Stephen, Rachel, Woman with Book, Man in Tree, Fireman, Real Estate Lady, Babysitter, Speeding Plumber, Marge Tallworth, Chief Ellen Jamesian, Randy, Laurel, Alice, Party Guest, Pilot, Kid, Rally Member, Wrestler, Heckler.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action): Robin Williams (Garp), Mary Beth Hurt (Helen Holm), Glenn Close (Jenny Fields), John Lithgow (Roberta Muldoon), Hume Cronyn (Mr. Fields), Jessica Tandy (Mrs. Fields), Swoosie Kurtz (The Hooker), James McCall (Young Garp), Peter Michael Goetz (John Wolfe), George Ede (Dean Bodger), Mark Soper (Michael Milton), Nathan Babcock (Duncan), Ian MacGregor (Walt), Warren Berlinger (Stew Percy), Susan Browning (Midge Percy), Brandon Maggart (Ernie Holm), Jenny Wright (Cushie), Brenda Currin (Pooh), Jillian Ross (Young Cushie), Laurie Robyn (Young Pooh), Victor Magnotta (First Coach), Dominic A. Cecere (Opposing Coach), John Irving (Referee), Dan Goldman (Wrestling Opponent), Al DePippo (Heavyweight), Christopher Farr (as Christopher Farr) (Bosworth), Brett Littman (Zipper Boy), Brandon Roth (Infant Garp), Steven Krey (Boy Babysitter), Laura Kaye (Little Jenny), Al Cerullo Jr. (Helicopter Pilot), Amanda Plummer (Ellen James), Bette Henritze (Woman Candidate), Jean De Baer (as Jeanne De Baer) (Woman Speaker), Ron Frazier (Stephen), Katherine Borowitz (Rachel), Isabell Monk (Woman with Book), John Corcoran (as John S. Corcoran) (Man in Tree), Tim Gallin (Fireman), Kate McGregor-Stewart (Real Estate Lady), Sabrina Lee Moore (Babysitter), Matthew Cowles (Speeding Plumber), Eve Gordon (Marge Tallworth), David Fields (Infant Duncan), Ryan Davis (Duncan at 2 years), Kaiulani Lee (Chief Ellen Jamesian), Harris Laskawy (Randy), Lori Shelle (Laurel), Kath Reiter (Alice), Thomas Peter Daikos (Flying Baby Garp), Daniel Donaghy (Baby Garp), Linda Hamil (Party Guest), George Roy Hill (Pilot), Garett Maggart (Kid), Douglas Rowan (Rally Member), Joe Rubbo (Wrestler), Mike Tremont (Heckler), Lee Strauss.
  • Directed By George Roy Hill.
  • Produced By Robert L. Crawford, George Roy Hill.
    Executive Producer: Patrick Kelley.
  • Animated By John Canemaker.
  • Written By Steve Tesich.
    Based On The Original Novel By: John Irving.
  • Edited By Stephen A. Rotter.
  • Casting: Marion Dougherty.
  • Casting Assistant: Amanda Mackey Johnson.
  • Set Decoration: Robert Drumheller, Justin Scoppa Jr.
  • Costume Design: Ann Roth.
  • Costumers: Michael Dennison, Ursula Jones, Ann McCormack, Silvio Scarano, Alba Schipani.
  • Makeup Artist: Bob Laden.
  • Hair Stylist: Bob Grimaldi.
  • Production Design: Henry Bumstead.
  • Art Director: Woods Mackintosh.
  • Assistant Art Director: Vicki Paul.
  • Scenic Artist: Jack Hughes.
  • Poster Artist: John Alvin.
  • Set Dressers: Tony S. Gamiello Sr., Morris Weinman.
  • Construction Grips: Ed Larkin, Michael Scarola.
  • Head Carpenter: Frank Didio.
  • Construction Carpenter: Ronald Petagna.
  • Carpenter: Carl Landi.
  • Scenic Chargeman: Bruno Robotti.
  • Property Master: Thomas Saccio.
  • Unit Production Manager: John H. Starke.
  • First Assistant Director: Alan Hopkins.
  • Second Assistant Directors: John Pepper, Robert E. Warren.
  • DGA Trainee: Stephen Wertimer.
  • Director of Photography: Miroslav Ondricek.
  • First Assistant Camera: Jim Hovey, Joseph Di Pasquale.
  • Second Assistant Camera: John Verardi.
  • Camera Operator: Tom Priestley Jr.
  • Still Photographer: Randy Munkacsi.
  • Gaffer: Dick Quinlan.
  • Key Grip: Ed Quinn.
  • Key Rigging Grip: Billy Kerwick.
  • Dolly Grip: Jack Volpe.
  • Music Editor: Donald Harris.
  • Music Adaptor: David Shire.
  • Music Scoring Mixer: Dan Wallin.
  • Sound Editing: HSE.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Dan Sable, HSE Inc.
  • Sound Editor: Stan Bochner, Michael Moyse.
  • Apprentice Sound Editor: Lynn Sable.
  • Sound Recordist: Arthur Bloom.
  • Sound Re-Recording Supervisors: Tom Fleischman, Dick Vorisek.
  • ADR Recordist: Mel Zelniker.
  • Sound: Chris Newman.
  • Looping Editor: Kate Elder Hirson.
  • Boom Operator: Dennis Maitland II.
  • Special Effects: Albert Griswold.
  • Optical Effects: R/Greenberg Associates, Inc. New York City.
  • Editor: Stephen A. Rotter.
  • Associate Film Editor: Jean Fraser Wardle.
  • Assistant Film Editors: Judith Blume, Glenn Cunningham.
  • Additional Film Editor: Ronald Roose.
  • Apprentice Editor: John Andrew Hill.
  • Color Consultant: Otto Paoloni.
  • Stunt Coordinator: Victor Magnotta.
  • Stunt Pilot: James Appleby.
  • Stunt Helicopter Pilot: Al Cerullo.
  • Plumber Truck Stunt: Billy Anagnos.
  • Stunt With Dog: John De Ornellas.
  • Roof Stunt: Matthew C. Materazo.
  • Piano Stunt: Edgard L. Mourino.
  • Car Stunt: Mark Sutton.
  • Roof Stunt: Deborah Watkins.
  • Memorial Railing Stunt: Lisa Dalton.
  • Stunt Performer: Lisa Cain.
  • Stunts: Scott Leva.
  • Teamster Captain: Edward Iacobelli.
  • Location Manager: David A. Starke.
  • Location Coordinators: Edwin C. Atkins, Archie Bonyun, Ann Gyory, Jeffrey Stolow.
  • Script Supervisor: B.J. Bjorkman.
  • Production Assistants: Michael Boonstra, Sally Brim, Chris Coomber, Peter David, Tim Hill, Ooty Moorehead, Bill Omeltchenko, Robert James Roessel, Ramey Ellis Ward.
  • Assistant, George Roy Hill: Camille De Mave.
  • Assistant, Ann Roth: Mary Malin.
  • Production Office Coordinator: Gail Geibel.
  • Location Auditor: George S. Leslie.
  • Assistant Auditor: John L. Moorehead.
  • Bookkeeper: Caroly McWhorter.
  • Unit Publicist: Eric Meyers.
  • Main and End Titles Designed and Produced By: R/Greenberg Associates, Inc. New York City.

  • With Special Thanks To: Astoria Production Center, New York; The Mayor's Office of Film, New York City; Staff and Students of The Millbrook School, Millbrook, New York

    Original American Printings Courtesy Of The Kennedy Galleries, New York
    Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn Appear As a Courtesy To The MacDowell Colony

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Cartoon Summary:

Robin Williams is Garp. He's got a funny way of looking at life. Garp is a writer besieged by the eccentric people and the world around him.

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