Working title (2003): "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie."
The movie's scriptwriter, Stephen Hillenburg, is a biology teacher who debuted as a writer with the "SpongeBob SquarePants" series by Nicktoons Productions, on which the film is based.
Soundtrack: "SpongeBob SquarePants Theme" (Movie Version), by Derek Drymon, Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Harrison and Blaise Smith, Performed by The Pirates featuring Jeremy Birchall, Dwayne Condon, Craig Copeland, Randy Crenshaw, Kevin Dorsey, Michael Geiger, Nick Jameson, Bob Joyce, Norman Large, Rick Logan and Gary Stockdale with The London Metropolitan Orchestra, Produced by Gregor Narholz; "Hawaiian March," by Setsuo Ohashi and Yasuteru Miura, Performed by The Waikikis, Courtesy of AMC Records Belgium; "Steel Licks," Written and Performed by Jeremy Wakefield, Courtesy of Nickelodeon; "Goofy Goober Song," by Eban Schletter, Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Tim Hill, Kent Osborne, Paul Tibbitt and Aaron Springer, Performed by Eban Schletter, Tom Kenny, Bill Fagerbakke and Tim Blaney, Additional Vocals by Dee Bradley Baker, Tom Wilson and Carlos Alazraqui, Produced by Eban Schletter; "Vibe Sting," Written and Performed by Nicholas Carr, Courtesy of Nickelodeon; "Steel Sting," Written and Performed by Jeremy Wakefield, Courtesy of Nickelodeon; "SpongeBob Theme," Written by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton, Performed by Avril Lavigne, Courtesy of Nickelodeon; "Drowsy Reef," Written and Performed by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton, Courtesy of Nickelodeon; "You Better Swim," by Ian Fraser Kilmister, Performed by Motörhead, Produced by Tom Rothrock; "Song Dedicated to the Giant Squid of the World," by Stephen Hillenburg, Steve Belter and Carlos Palazio, Performed by The Snails, Produced by Tom Rothrock; "Now That We're Men," by Will Schaefer, Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Tim Hill, Kent Osborne, Paul Tibbitt and Aaron Springer, Performed by Tom Kenny and Bill Fagerbakke with The London Metropolitan Orchestra featuring Tom Wilson, Dee Bradley Baker, Mr. Lawrence, Clancy Brown and Rodger Bumpass, Produced by Gregor Narholz, Courtesy of Sonoton; "Here I Go Again," by David Coverdale and Bernard Marsden, Performed by Mike Tarantino, Produced by Tom Rothrock; "Goofy Goober Rock," a derivative of "I Wanna Rock," by Dee Snider, New lyrics by Derek Drymon, Tim Hill, Stephen Hillenburg, Kent Osborne, Aaron Springer and Paul Tibbitt, Performed by Tom Rothrock and Jim Wise, Produced by Tom Rothrock; "Just a Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody," Performed by David Lee Roth, Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc., By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing; "Just a Gigolo," by Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci and Julius Brammer; "I Ain't Got Nobody," by Spencer Williams and Roger Graham; "I'll See You in Hawaii," by Tony Todaro, Performed by The Diamond Head Beachcombers, Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, Under license from BMG Film & TV Music; "Ocean Man," by Aaron Freeman & Michael Melchiondo, Performed by Ween, Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group, By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing; "SpongeBob & Patrick Confront the Psychic Wall of Energy," by Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd and Michael Ivins, Performed by The Flaming Lips, Produced by The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann and Scott Booker; The Flaming Lips perform courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.; "Just a Kid," by Jeff Tweedy, Performed and Produced by Wilco, Wilco performs courtesy of Nonesuch Records Inc.; "The Best Day Ever," by Andy Paley and Tom Kenny, Performed by Tom Kenny, Produced by Andy Paley.
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