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Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch (2002) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Lilo & Stitch

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  • 2002
  • Walt Disney Pictures
  • Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Lilo Pelekai, Stitch (Experiment #626), Nani Pelekai, David Kawena, Dr. Jumba Jookiba, Cobra Bubbles, Pleakley, Captain Gantu, Mrs. Hasagawa, Myrtle Edmonds.
  • Vocal Talent: Daveigh Chase (Lilo), Christopher Michael Sanders (Stitch), Tia Carrere (Nani), Kevin Nealon (Pleakley), David Ogen Stiers (Dr. Jumba), Ving Rhames (Cobra Bubbles), Zoe Caldwell (Grand Coucilwoman), Jason Scott Lee (David Kawena), Kevin Michael Richardson (Captain Gantu), Kunewa Mook (Hula Teacher), Susan Hegarty (Rescue Lady), Amy Hill (Mrs. Hasagawa), Miranda Paige Walls (Myrtle Edmonds), Catherine Cavadini (Feinting Girl, Additional Voices), Steve Alterman, Emily Anderson, Jack Angel, Bill Asing, Erica Beck, Robert Bergen, Steven Jay Blum, Rodger Bumpass, Jennifer Darling, Alexandra Deary, John DeMita, Judi Durand, Greg Finley, Jeff Fischer, Valerie Flueger, Jess Harnell, Barbara Iley, Daamen Krall, Todd Kurosawa, Jason Leonard, Chloe Looper, Mickie McGowan, Courtney Mun, Ashley Rose Orr, Mary Linda Phillips, Patrick Pinney, Paige Pollack, David Randolph, Noreen Reardon, Debra Jean Rogers, Susan Silo, Kath Soucie, Melanie Spore, Doug Stone, Drew Lexi Thomas.
  • Directed By Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois.
  • Produced By Randy Fullmer, Clark Spencer.
    Executive Producer: Don Hahn.
  • Animated By Jonathan Annand, Michael Benet, Travis Blaise, Robert O. Corley, Sasha Dorogov, Ian White (Stitch), Gregg A. Azzopardi, Darko Cesar, Trey Finney, Branko Mihanovic, Philip Morris, Carol Sidl, John Webber (Lilo), Jason Boose, Bob Bryan, John Hurst, Anthony Wayne Michaels, J. C. Tran-Quang-Thieu (Nani), Dominic M. Carola (Cobra Bubbles), David Berthier, Charles Bonifacio, Steve Mason, Tony Stanley (Jumba), Rune Brandt Bennicke, Barry Temple, D. M. Wawrzaszek, David W. Zach (Pleakley, David Kawena).
    Supervising Animators: Alex Kupershmidt (Stitch), Andreas Deja (Lilo), Stephane Sainte Foi (Nani), Byron Howard (Cobra Bubbles), Bolhem Bouchiba (Jumba), Ruben Aquino (as Ruben A. Aquino) (Pleakley, David Kawena).
    Lead Animators: James Young Jackson (Grand Councilwoman), Theodore Anthony Lee Ty (Captain Gantu), Dominic M. Carola (Hula Teacher), Mark Henn (Hula Dancers).
    Effects Animators: Bob Bennett, Jazno Francoeur, Troy A. Gustafson, Stephen McDermott, John David Thornton, Tony West, Garret Wren.
    Visual Effects Supervisor: Joseph F. Gilland.
    Clean-Up Animation: Bryan Sommer.
  • Written By Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois.
    Based On An Idea By: Chris Sanders.
  • Music By Alan Silvestri (Original Music).
    Vintage Music: Elvis.
  • Edited By Darren T. Holmes.
    Supervising Editor: Darren T. Holmes.
    Associate Editor: Eric Dapkewicz.
    First Assistant Editor: Stephen L. Meek.
    Animation Editor: Beth Collins-Stegmaier.
  • Casting: Matthew Jon Beck, Mary Hidalgo, Ruth Lambert.
  • Casting Associate: Matthew Jon Beck.
  • Production Designer: Paul A. Felix.
  • Art Director: Ric Sluiter.
  • Artistic Coordinator: Jeff Dutton.
  • Title Designer: Brian King.
  • Character Designers: Byron Howard, Chris Sanders.
  • Layout Supervisor: Arden Chan, Robert Walker.
  • Journeyman Layout Artist: Andrew Hickson.
  • Background Supervisor: Robert E. Stanton.
  • Color Stylist: Kenneth Landrum.
  • Clean-Up Supervisors: Philip S. Boyd, Christine Lawrence Finney.
  • Color Timer: Chris DeLaGuardia.
  • Digital Compositor: Earl Coffman.
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Joseph F. Gilland.
  • Head Final Checker: Michael D. Lusby.
  • CAPS Supervisor: Fran Kirsten.
  • Digital Compositor: Jason Buske.
  • Computer Animation Supervisor: Eric Guaglione.
  • Camera Department Coordinator: Suzy Zeffren.
  • Assistant Camera: Thomas Grealy.
  • Sound Supervisor, Sound Designer: Christopher Boyes.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Frank E. Eulner.
  • Music Editor: Kenneth Karman.
  • Assistant Music Editor: Jacqueline Tager.
  • Music Producer: David Bifano.
  • Music Arranger: Chris Boardman.
  • Singer, "Burning Love": Wynonna Judd.
  • Singer, "Can't Help Falling In Love": Dhani Lennevald.
  • Singer: Elvis Presley.
  • Orchestra Contractor: Sandy DeCrescent.
  • Preview Music Editor: Tom Kramer.
  • Sound Effects Editors: Scott Guitteau, Al Nelson.
  • Assistant Sound Effects Editor: Aren Downie.
  • Additional Sound Effects: Christopher Scarabosio.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Mel Metcalfe, Terry Porter, Dean A. Zupancic.
  • ADR Mixer: Dan Cubert.
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris.
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Lori Korngiebel.
  • Post-Production Supervisor, Lucasfilm: Paul Springer.
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Katie Hooten.
  • Additional Production Support: Chris Hummel.
  • Software Developers: James P. Hurrell, Cathy E. Blanco, Michael S. Blum.
  • Technical Supporter: Tim David.
  • Technology Crew: Mark M. Tokunaga.

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Cartoon Summary:

Lilo is a five-year-old Hawaiian girl. She loves taking care of wild animals. Meanwhile, in space, alien authorities have captured the most dangerous of all criminals, Stitch. They are intent on sending him to a prison planet. Stitch does not agree with their...  (more)

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This is a good production by Disney, even though it has a couple of drawbacks. The animation and music are brilliant. The scenes in the Hawaiian sea are very impressive and the modern versions of Elvis hits are delightful. The alien creature Stitch is not...  (read more)

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I thought this movie was amazing! I especially loved the surfing scenes. Thay look so realistic. When Stitch and Nani drop in that final wave, we see a close up of Stitch and almost feel like we are there with him. It truly is amazing. The Elvis music is...  (read more)

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Lilo & Stitch are obviously weirdest twosome since "Dr. Jumb & Pelekai" and once they discover each other the fun is just starting and when the Alien authorities discover that Exp #626 had escaped by stealing a rocket and then crash landing it...  (read more)

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Alien civilization, Men in Black, Island Family,Ahloha culture, Beastie become Humanized, Little Girl Love wins.Great Fun and Elvis to.

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If the trailer is anything to go by, this movie will be positively hilarious. Has anyine seen the part with the record player?? I almost killed myself laughing!! It was so...  (read more)

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