Rugrats In Paris: The Movie
Alternate Title: Rugrats in Paris: The Movie- Rugrats IIRugrats In Paris: The Movie (Rugrats in Paris: The Movie- Rugrats II) (2000) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Klasky-Csupo, Nickelodeon Movies
- Paramount Pictures
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Tommy Pickles, Dil Pickles, Angelica Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Susie Carmichael, Lil DeVille, Phil DeVille, Betty DeVille, Drew Pickles, Chas Finster, Charlotte Pickles, Grandpa Lou Pickles, Wedding DJ, Lulu Pickles, Stu Pickles, Coco LaBouche, Jean-Claude, Villagers "Princess Spectacular", Kira Watanabe, Didi Pickles, Stewardess, Animatronic Bus Driver, Howard DeVille, Dogcatcher, Street Cleaner, Mr. Yamaguchi, Sumo Singers, Kimi Watanabe, French Worker, Ninja, Café Owner, Princess, Photographer, Priest, Pre-School Kids, Inspector, Finster Wedding DJ, Japanese Tourists.
- Vocal Talent: E.G. Daily (Tommy Pickles), Tara Strong (Dil Pickles), Cheryl Chase (Angelica Pickles), Christine Cavanaugh (Chuckie Finster), Cree Summer Franck (Susie Carmichael), Kath Soucie (Lil DeVille, Phil DeVille, Betty DeVille), Michael Bell (Drew Pickles, Chas Finster), Tress MacNeille (Charlotte Pickles), Joe Alaskey (Grandpa Lou Pickles), Casey Kasem (Wedding DJ), Debbie Reynolds (Lulu Pickles), Jack Riley (Stu Pickles), Susan Sarandon (Coco LaBouche), John Lithgow (Jean-Claude), Marlene Mitsuko Yamane (Villagers "Princess Spectacular"), Darrell Kunitomi (Villagers "Princess Spectacular"), Goh Misawa (Villagers "Princess Spectacular"), Julia Kato (Kira Watanabe), Melanie Chartoff (Didi Pickles), Margaret Smith (Stewardess), Phillip Simon (Animatronic Bus Driver), Phil Proctor (Howard DeVille), Paul Demeyer (Dogcatcher, Street Cleaner), Mako (Mr. Yamaguchi), Tim Curry (Sumo Singer), Kevin Richardson (Sumo Singer), Billy West (Sumo Singer), Dionne Quan (Kimi Watanabe), Richard Michel (French Worker), Philip Benichou (Ninja), Braden Wright [Darryl Wright] (Café Owner), Lisa McClowry (Princess), Charles Fathy (Photographer), Dan Castellaneta (Priest), Hannah Makragelidis (Pre-School Kid), Charlie (Charles) Adler (Inspector), Shannon Stephens (Pre-School Kid), Roger Rose (Finster Wedding DJ), Ben Sunderland (Pre-School Kid), Tohoru Masamune (Japanese Tourist [uncredited]), Patricia Ayame Thomson (Japanese Tourists [uncredited]), Ken Enomoto.
- Directed By Stig Bergqvist, Paul De Meyer.
- Produced By Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo.
Co-Producers: Tracy Kramer, Terry Thoren, Norton Virgien.
Executive Producers: Albie Hecht, Julia Pistor, Eryk Casemiro, Hal Waite.
Line Producer: Sean Lurie.
- Written By David Weiss, J. David Stern, Jill Gorey, Barbara Herndon, Kate Boutilier.
- Edited By John Bryant.
- Production Design: Dima Malanitchev.
- Art Director: Gena Kornyshev.
- Punch-Up Writers: Sarah Jane Cunningham, John Considine Johnson, Monica Piper, David Regal, Suzanne Villandry.
- Character Designers: Steve Feller, Konstantin Valov.
- Kimi Designed By: Paul DeMayer.
- Casting: Stephan A. McKenzie.
- Special Effects: Brice Mallier.
- Character Designers: Steve Fellner, Konstantin Valov, Paul Demeyer.
- Sequence Directors: John Eng, Raul Garcia, John Holmquist, Zhenia Delioussine, Andrei Svislotski, Greg Tiernan.
- Sound: Paul Massey, Jim Bolt.
- Supervising Sound Editors: Cameron Frankley, Beth Sterner.
- Voice Director: Charlie Adler.
- Dialect Coach: Timothy Monich.
- Ms. Sarandon's Language Advisor: Timothy Monich.
- International Cultural Consultant: Mariko Kitamura Bird.
- Digital Technology Director: Jerry Mills.
- CGI Lead Animator: William R. Wright.
- Digital Paint Production: Sunwoo Digital International.
- Animation and Digital Production Services: Sunwoo Entertainment, Los Angeles.
- Additional CGI Animation: Rhythm & Hues Studios, Los Angeles.
- Title Animation By: RESN8.
- Additional Artistic Personnel Provided By: Artists, Inc.
- Digital Sound Editing By: Paramount Pictures.
- Music Production Supervisor: Graham Walker.
- Orchestrations By: Kevin Kliesch.
- Music Score Performed By: The London Metropolitan Orcestra.
- Orcestra Conducted By: Allan Wilson.
- Orchestra Leader: Jonathan Rees.
- Music Score Recorded and Mixed At: Abbey Road Studios, London.
Color By Deluxe®
Digital DTSTM Sound in selected theaters
Dolby Sound® in selected theaters
Produced in assoctation with MFP Munich Film Partners GmbH & Co.; Rugrats Productions, KG
© 2000 MFP Munich Film Partners GmbH & Co.; Rugrats Productions, KG
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