Revision as of 20:44, April 3, 2017 (view source)Ann.white.1610092 (Talk | contribs)← Older edit Revision as of 01:47, April 4, 2017 (view source)Ann.white.1610092 (Talk | contribs) Newer edit → Line 42: Line 42: *[[Mary Kay Bergman]] as Megan (uncredited) *[[Mary Kay Bergman]] as Megan (uncredited) *[[Richard Briers]] as Noah Parker (uncredited) *[[Richard Briers]] as Noah Parker (uncredited) − *[[Mel Smith]] as Oscar the Burger Man (uncredited) + *[[Mel Smith]] as Ebeneezer Shout (uncredited) ==Release:== ==Release:== Revision as of 01:47, April 4, 2017 [[|256px]] Atomic Betty and the Galactic Guardians Directed by David Kellogg Produced by Peter WilliamsonMarvin KellawayGraham CollingwoodJames Phillipson Written by Bruce ThompsonJames Herbert Screenplay by Story by Based on Characters created by Ken Griffith Starring Martin JarvisMichael CaineJason AlexanderDemi MooreJodi BensonTim Curry Music by John Debney Cinematography John Hora Editing by Michael Kahn Production company(s) Beauty and the Beast Animation StudiosWilliamson EntertainmentMichael Shires Distributor Warner Bros. Release date(s) March 8, 1996 (Premiere)March 15, 1996 (United States)March 22, 1996 (United Kingdom)March 28, 1996 (Australia) Running time 95 minutes Language English Budget Gross revenue Preceded by Followed by External links [Source] Atomic Betty and the Galactic Guardians is a 1996 American live-action/animated film produced by Beauty and the Beast Animation Studios, Melvin Films and Williamson Entertainment and released on March 15, 1996 by Michael Shires Pictures. Live-action actors Martin Jarvis as Mr. Torbett and the Narrator Michael Caine as Mr. Silver Jason Alexander as Principal Manager Wallace Shawn as Mr. Torbett Junior David Ogden Stiers as Billy No Mates Paige O'Hara as Mrs. Smith Peter Fonda as Doctor Jefferson (uncredited) Voice actors Jodi Benson as Betty Barrett/Atomic Betty Jaleel White as Sparky Matt Hill as Robot X-5 Kenneth Mars as Admiral DeGill Demi Moore as Mother Nature Tim Curry as Nightmare Fever Rob Paulsen as Baker Jess Harnell as Chums Jesse Corti as Solider Man Frank Welker as Purrsy (uncredited) Catherine Disher as Penelope Lang Peter Firth as Officer Old Iron (uncredited) Phil Hartman as Captain Chuck (uncredited) B.J. Ward as Sarah (uncredited) Mary Kay Bergman as Megan (uncredited) Richard Briers as Noah Parker (uncredited) Mel Smith as Ebeneezer Shout (uncredited) Release: Atomic Betty and the Galactic Guardians was released theatrically on 15 March 1996 in the United States and Canada, and 22 March 1996 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Retrieved from "https://fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Atomic_Betty_and_the_Galactic_Guardians?oldid=341694" Categories: 1996 1996 films Films produced by Peter Williamson Films produced by Marvin Kellaway Films produced by Graham Collingwood Films written by Bruce Thompson Films written by James Herbert Films featuring Martin Jarvis Films featuring Michael Caine Films featuring Jason Alexander Films featuring Demi Moore Films featuring Tim Curry Films featuring Jodi Benson Films featuring Wallace Shawn Films featuring David Ogden Stiers Films featuring Paige O'Hara Films featuring Jaleel White Films featuring Matt Hill Films featuring Rob Paulsen Films featuring Jess Harnell Films featuring Jesse Corti Films featuring Frank Welker Films featuring Catherine Disher Film scores by John Debney Williamson Entertainment films Michael Shires Pictures Shires Shires films Films distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Warner Bros Warner Bros films Warner Bros. Pictures Live-action Films Cartoon and Live-action films Live-action Movies Live-action films Live-action Animated Films Live Action films Live action/animated films Live action movies Live action films G-rated films Rated G Films featuring Kenneth Mars Films writen by James Herbert English-language films G rated movies Animation Traditional animated films Traditionally hand drawn films Traditional animation Films based on TV series WB Films WB WB films Films based on cartoons Films featuring Peter Firth Films featuring Peter Fonda Shires Animation Studios Films directed by David Kellogg Melvin Films films Melvin Studios Films featuring Mel Smith Films featuring Richard Briers Films featuring Phil Hartman Films featuring B.J. Ward Films featuring Mary Kay Bergman Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.