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|director = [[Scott Webb]]
 
|director = [[Scott Webb]]
 
|producer = [[James Phillipson]]
 
|producer = [[James Phillipson]]
|writer = Vance Gerry<br>Gary Trousdale<br>Kirk Wise<br>Joe Ranft<br>Virgil Geopper<br>James Rogers<br>George Get<br>Joe Grant<br>Phil Young<br>Butch Hartman<br>Keith Tucker<br>Boyd Kirkland<br>Frank Paur<br>Hank Tucker<br>Peter Alvarado<br>Robert Taylor<br>Ralph Baskhi<br>Glen Lovett<br>Keith Scoble<br>Andy Roper
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|writer = [[Vance Gerry]]<br>[[Gary Trousdale]]<br>[[Kirk Wise]]<br>[[Joe Ranft]]<br>[[Virgil Geopper]]<br>[[James Rogers]]<br>[[George Get]]<br>[[Joe Grant]]<br>[[Phil Young]]<br>[[Butch Hartman]]<br>[[Keith Tucker]]<br>[[Boyd Kirkland]]<br>[[Frank Paur]]<br>[[Hank Tucker]]<br>[[Peter Alvarado]]<br>[[Robert Taylor]]<br>[[Ralph Baskhi]]<br>[[Glen Lovett]]<br>[[Keith Scoble]]<br>[[Andy Roper]]
 
|based_on = "Human of the Vegetables" by [[D.C. Thompson]] and [[Dean Clark]]
 
|based_on = "Human of the Vegetables" by [[D.C. Thompson]] and [[Dean Clark]]
|starring = Eddie Murphy<br>Michael Hordern<br>Susan Sheridan<br>Alan Oppenheimer<br>Cheech Marin<br>Jimmy Hibbert<br>Bette Milder<br>Diane Pershing<br>Jim Cummings<br>Peter Cullen<br>Neil Ross<br>Michael Bell<br>John Stephenson<br>Jerry Nelson<br>Dave Goelz<br>Richard Hunt<br>Steve Whitmire<br>Jim Henson<br>Frank Oz
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|starring = [[Eddie Murphy]]<br>[[Michael Hordern]]<br>[[Susan Sheridan]]<br>[[Alan Oppenheimer]]<br>[[Cheech Marin]]<br>[[Jimmy Hibbert]]<br>[[Bette Milder]]<br>[[Diane Pershing]]<br>[[Jim Cummings]]<br>[[Peter Cullen]]<br>[[Neil Ross]]<br>[[Michael Bell]]<br>[[John Stephenson]]<br>[[Jerry Nelson]]<br>[[Dave Goelz]]<br>[[Richard Hunt]]<br>[[Steve Whitmire]]<br>[[Jim Henson]]<br>[[Frank Oz]]
 
|music = [[Robert Folk]] (score)<br>[[Freddie Murphy]] (songs)
 
|music = [[Robert Folk]] (score)<br>[[Freddie Murphy]] (songs)
 
|editor = [[Roy Tanner]]
 
|editor = [[Roy Tanner]]
|studio = [[Scott Webb Films]]<br>[[Shires Animation Studios|Beauty and the Beast Animation Studios]]<br>[[Michael Shires Pictures|Michael Shires]]
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|studio = [[Reynolds Webb Studios|Scott Webb Films]]<br>[[Shires Animation Studios|Beauty and the Beast Animation Studios]]<br>[[Michael Shires Pictures|Michael Shires]]
 
|distributor = [[Columbia Pictures]]
 
|distributor = [[Columbia Pictures]]
 
|release = November 7, 1986
 
|release = November 7, 1986
 
|time = 83 Minutes
 
|time = 83 Minutes
|language = English}}
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|language = English
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|name = Captain Hulett The Movie
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|preceded = [[A North American Story]]
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|followed = [[The Land After Time]]}}
 
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 7, 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.
 
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 7, 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:==
 
==Voice Cast:==
*Eddie Murphy as Leonard Hulett/Captain Hulett (speaking voice)
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*[[Eddie Murphy]] as Leonard Hulett/Captain Hulett (speaking voice)
*Freddie Murphy as Leonard Hulett/Captain Hulett (singing voice)
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*[[Freddie Murphy]] as Leonard Hulett/Captain Hulett (singing voice)
*Michael Hordern as Mr. Davidson
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*[[Michael Hordern]] as Mr. Davidson
*Alan Oppenheimer as Professor Carrot and King Carrot
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*[[Alan Oppenheimer]] as Professor Carrot and King Carrot
*Cheech Marin as Fetch the Onion
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*[[Cheech Marin]] as Fetch the Onion
*Susan Sherdian as Robyn Starling the Girl
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*[[Susan Sheridan]] as Robyn Starling the Girl
*Jimmy Hibbert as Mr. Starling
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*[[Jimmy Hibbert]] as Mr. Starling
*Bette Milder as Mrs. Johnson
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*[[Bette Milder]] as Mrs. Johnson
*Robin Williams as Mr. Nine the Storyteller, Space Man, Dumber the Elephant
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*[[Robin Williams]] as Mr. Nine the Storyteller, Space Man, Dumber the Elephant
*Jim Cummings as Tomy the Dog, Mr. Cat
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*[[Jim Cummings]] as Tomy the Dog, Mr. Cat
*Diane Pershing as Princess Alexandra
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*[[Diane Pershing]] as Princess Alexandra
*Peter Cullen as Barth the Hound
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*[[Peter Cullen]] as Barth the Hound
*Neil Ross as Delivery Service 1
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*[[Neil Ross]] as Delivery Service 1
*Michael Bell as Delivery Service 2
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*[[Michael Bell]] as Delivery Service 2
*John Stephenson as Dr. Ten
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*[[John Stephenson]] as Dr. Ten
*Jerry Nelson as Thing Guard 1
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*[[Jerry Nelson]] as Thing Guard 1
*Dave Goelz as Thing Guard 2
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*[[Dave Goelz]] as Thing Guard 2
*Richard Hunt as Thing Guard 3
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*[[Richard Hunt]] as Thing Guard 3
*Steve Whitmire as Thing Guard 4
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*[[Steve Whitmire]] as Thing Guard 4
*Jim Henson as Thing Guard 5
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*[[Jim Henson]] as Thing Guard 5
*Frank Oz as Thing Guard 6
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*[[Frank Oz]] as Thing Guard 6
   
 
==Production:==
 
==Production:==
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[[Category:Films directed by Scott Webb]]
 
[[Category:Films directed by Scott Webb]]
 
[[Category:Films produced by James Phillipson]]
 
[[Category:Films produced by James Phillipson]]
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[[Category:English-language films]]
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[[Category:Shires Animation Studios]]
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[[Category:Columbia Pictures films]]
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[[Category:Michael Shires Pictures]]
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[[Category:Shires]]
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[[Category:Shires films]]
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[[Category:Scott Webb Films]]
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[[Category:Films distributed by Columbia Pictures]]
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[[Category:Films set in Brazil]]
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[[Category:BBFC U-rated films]]

Latest revision as of 02:15, December 1, 2019

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 7, 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.

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  • 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.

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Release:Edit

  • The film was released on November 7, 1986.
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