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Captain Hulett The Movie
Directed by Scott Webb
Produced by James Phillipson
Written by Vance Gerry
Gary Trousdale
Kirk Wise
Joe Ranft
Virgil Geopper
James Rogers
George Get
Joe Grant
Phil Young
Butch Hartman
Keith Tucker
Boyd Kirkland
Frank Paur
Hank Tucker
Peter Alvarado
Robert Taylor
Ralph Baskhi
Glen Lovett
Keith Scoble
Andy Roper
Screenplay by
Story by
Based on "Human of the Vegetables" by D.C. Thompson and Dean Clark
Starring Eddie Murphy
Michael Hordern
Susan Sheridan
Alan Oppenheimer
Cheech Marin
Jimmy Hibbert
Bette Milder
Diane Pershing
Jim Cummings
Peter Cullen
Neil Ross
Michael Bell
John Stephenson
Jerry Nelson
Dave Goelz
Richard Hunt
Steve Whitmire
Jim Henson
Frank Oz
Music by Robert Folk (score)
Freddie Murphy (songs)
Cinematography
Editing by Roy Tanner
Production company(s) Scott Webb Films
Beauty and the Beast Animation Studios
Michael Shires
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) November 7, 1986 (Premiere)
November 14, 1986 (USA)
November 21, 1986 (UK)
November 27, 1986 (Australia)
Running time 83 Minutes
Language English
Budget
Gross revenue
Preceded by A North American Story
Followed by The Land After Time
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Captain Hulett The Movie is a 1986 American animated mystery and musical buddy film produced by Michael Shires Pictures, originally released to movie theaters on November 14, 1986 by Michael Shires Pictures. The 27th feature in the Michael Shires Animated Classics, the film was directed by Scott Webb. The main characters are all vegetables and fruitties characters. After the failure of Shires's previous animated feature film The Black Cobwebs this simpler film proved to be a success upon its initial release in 1986. As such, the new senior management of the company were convinced that their animation department was still a viable enterprise and this set the stage for the until Paul and Company he's starting Shires Renaissance in 1988.

Voice Cast:

Production:

  • Captain Hulett The Movie was one of the first animated Shires films to introduce new sound effects for regular use, to replace many of their original classic sounds, which would be used occasionally in later Shires films. However, Paul and Company introduced even more new sound effects. The new sound effects were first introduced with Herman and Katnip The Movie, while The Black Cobwebs released a year after the previous film used the classic Shires SFX. This included some sounds such as the then fifty-year-old Castle thunder and the classic Boofy holler. However, the Shires television animation studio continued extensively using the classic Shires sound effects for several years, while the feature animation studio retired the original sound effects.

Trivia:

Release:

  • The film was released on November 14, 1986.

Songs

  1. Somebody to Love - Freddie Murphy
  2. Killer Queen - Freddie Murphy
  3. Fat Bottomed Girls - Freddie Murphy
  4. Bicycle Ride - Freddie Murphy
  5. We Will Rock You (End Credits Song) - Freddie Murphy
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