Tim Burton's Spaceballs (1987 film).jpeg
Tim Burton's Spaceballs.jpeg

Opening Logos[edit | edit source]

  • Walt Disney Pictures
  • Pixar
  • Troublemaker Studios
  • Aardman Animation
  • Nickelodeon Movies
  • Blue Sky Studios
  • Cartoon Network
  • The Bloo Films

Opening Credits[edit | edit source]

  • Walt Disney Pictures Presents
  • In Association With: Pixar Productions/Troublemaker Studios/Aardman Animation
  • A Blue Sky Studios/Nickelodeon Movies/Amblin Entertainment/The Bloo Films Production
  • In Association With: Hanna Barbera Productions/Cartoon Network/Skellington Productions
  • A Film By Henry Selick and Mel Brooks
  • "Spaceballs"

Ending Credits[edit | edit source]

  • Directed by: Henry Selick and Mel Brooks
  • Produced by: Bob Clampett and Don Bluth
  • Executive Producers: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Denise DiNovi, Gary Goldman
  • Based on the Story by: Bob Clampett and Don Bluth
  • Original Story by: Don Bluth, Henry Selick, Pete Docter, Joe Ranft, John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Mel Brooks, Julie Hickson
  • Screenplay by: Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow, Lenny Ripps and Coraline Thompson
  • Co-Producer: Kathleen Gavin
  • Songs by: Alan Menken & Henry Mancini and Danny Elfman & Randy Newman
  • Original Score by: John Morris, Alan Menken and Danny Elfman
  • Supervising Technical Director: William Reeves
  • Director of Photography: Pete Kozachik

Artists Supervisors[edit | edit source]

  • Story: Joe Ranft
  • Animation: Eric Leighton
  • Layout: Kathleen Gavin
  • Modeling: Mark Adams
  • Shadering: Thomas Porter
  • Lighting: Oren Jacob
  • Visual Effects: Les Major
  • Rendering: Andrew Cho
  • Produced in Association with Silver Screen Partners III
  • Executive Music Producer: Chris Montan
  • Art Directors: Deane Taylor, Brian McEntee
  • Film Editors: Stan Webb, Lee Unkrich
  • Visual Consultant: Rick Heinrich
  • Production Manager: Philip Lofano
  • Sound Design: Gary Rydstrom
  • Production Supervisor: Karken Robert Jackson
  • Story: Pete Young, Vance Gerry, Steve Hulett, Ron Clements, John Musker, Bruce Morris, Burny Mattinson, Matthew O'Callaghan, Dave Michener, Melvin Shaw, Art Stevens, Joe Hale, Brian McEntee, Joe Ranft
  • Character Animators: Trey Thomas, Randy Cartwright, Timothy Hittle Rebecca Rees, Michael Belzer, Joe Haidar, Anthony Scott, Ellen Woodbury, Owen Klatte, Jorgen Klubien, Angie Glocka, Geefwee Boedoe, Justin Kohn, Barry Temple, Eric Leighton, David P. Stephan, Paul Berry, Chris Wahl, Joel Fletcher, Larry White, Kim Blanchette, Doug Krohn, Loyd Price, Phil Young, Richard C. Zimmerman, Tom Roth, Stephen A. Buckley, Leon Joosen
  • CGI Animators and Assistants: Tina Price, Randy Cartwright, Andrew Schmidt, Rebecca Rees, Scott F. Johnston, Ellen Woodbury, Mary Jane Turner, Chris Wahl, Linda Bel, Larry White, Thomas Cardone, Phil Young, Gregory Griffith, Leon Joosen
  • CGI Layout and Camera: Michael C. Bolds, Randy Pradeep Hiremath, Carlos Quinonez, Grace H. Shirado, Michael Sullivan
  • Associate Producers: Philip Lofaro, Jill Jacobs, Diane Minter
  • Camera Operators: Jo Carson, Pat Sweeney, Jim Aupperle, Ray Gilberti, Richard E. Lehmann, Eric Swenson, Dave Hanks, Selwyn Eddy III
  • Assistants: Matthew White, Chris Peterson, Brain Van't Hul, Cameron Noble, Michael Bienstork, James Matlosz, Sara Mast, Carl Miller, Mark Kohr
  • Armature Supervisor: Tom St. Amand
  • Mold Maker Supervisor: John A. Reed III
  • Character Fabrication Supervisor: Bonita De Carol
  • Set Construction Supervisor: Lee Bo Henry
  • Model Shop Supervisor: Mitch Romanauski

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Mel Brooks as President Skroob / Yogurt
  • John Candy as Barf
  • Rick Moranis as Dark Helmet
  • Bill Pullman as Lone Starr
  • Daphne Zuniga as Princess Vespa
  • Dick Van Patten as King Roland
  • George Wyner as Colonel Sandurz
  • Michael Winslow as Radar Technician
  • Joan Rivers as the voice of Dot Matrix
    • Lorene Yarnell as Dot Matrix
  • Ronny Graham as Minister
  • Jim J. Bullock as Prince Valium
  • Leslie Bevis as Commanderette Zircon
  • Jim Jackman as Major Asshole
  • Sandy Helberg as Dr. Schlotkin
  • Rudy De Luca as Vinnie
  • Dom DeLuise as the voice of Pizza the Hutt
  • Christopher Plummer as Narrator
  • Storyboard Artists: Miguel Domingo Cachuela, Jorgen Klubien, Bob Pauley, Steve Moore
  • Staff Assistants: Caroline Hamann, Oliver Smyth
  • Assistant Art Directors: Kendal Cornkhite, Kelly Adam Asbury, Bill Boes
  • Artistic Coordinator: Allison Abbate
  • Production Coordinator: Jill Ruzicka
  • Sculptors: Norm DeCarlo, Shelley Daniels, Greg Dykstra, Randal M. Dutra
  • Armature Engineers: Blair Clark, Merrick Cheney, Chris Rand, Eben Stromquist, Bart Trickel
  • Additional Armatures: Lionel Ivan Orozco
  • Mold Makers: Victoria B. Lewis, Win Van Thillo, Erik Jensen, Rob Ronning, Michael Jobe, Jon Berg
  • Mold Maker Assistants: Mike Grivett, Tony Preciado
  • Production Assistants: Daniel Campbell
  • Character Fabrications: Lauren Vogt, Elise Robertson, Elizabeth Jennings, Jeff Brewer, Valerie Sofranko-Banks, Grece Murphy, Facundo Rabaudi, Michael Wick, Margot Hale, Barbara Kossy, David Chong
  • Additional Character Design: David Cutler, Barry Jackson, Jorgen Klubein

Set Construction[edit | edit source]

  • Set Designer & Dressing Supervisor: Gregg Olsson
  • Background Design: B.J. Fredrickson
  • Set Foreman: Tom Proost
  • Shop Dog: Marble
  • Set Builders: Todd Lookinland, Fon Davis, Phil Brotherton, Ben Nichols, Philip Cusick, Alessandro Palladini
  • Set Dressers: Gretchen Scharfenberg, Joel Friesch
  • Lead Scenic Artist: B.J. Fredrickson
  • Scenic Artists: Linda Overbey, Jennifer Clinard, Peggy Hrastar, Loren Hillman
  • Model Makers: Paula Lucchesi, Marc Ribaud, Joel Friesch, Bill Boes, Jeff Brewer, Nick Bogle
  • Assistant Model Makers: Jerome Ranft, Rebecca House, Pamela Kibbee, Aaron Kohr
  • Production Assistant: Susan Alegria
  • Additional Animation: Harry Walton, Paul W. Jessel, Michael W. Johnson, Ken Willard, Daniel Mason
  • Animation Rig Engineer: George Wong
  • Assistant Animation Rigger: Michael W. Johnson
  • Apprentice Animator: Lana Bernberg

Production Department[edit | edit source]

  • Production Accountant: Kevin Reher
  • Production Coordinator: George Young
  • Assistant Artistic Coordinator: Shane Francis
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Kat Miller
  • Assistant To Producer/Director: Gisela Hermeling
  • Assistant Accountant: Jenny Spamer
  • Production Assistants: Arianne Sutner, Jon Angle, Beth Lee Schneider, Denise Rottina
  • Production Assistant: Susan Alegria

Stage Department[edit | edit source]

  • Stage Coordinator: Alia Almeida Agha
  • Stage Manager: Robert Anderson
  • Production Assistants: Kirk Scott, David Janssen
  • Production Runners: David Teller, Ila Abramson, David Burke
  • Facilities Production Assistant: Thomas Buchanan

Editorial[edit | edit source]

  • Consulting Editor: Chris Lebenzon
  • Associate Editor: Edie Ichioka
  • Apprentice Editors: Andrea Biklian, Patti Tauscher, Jenny Oznowicz
  • Additional Editor: Micheal Kelly
  • Track Editor: Daniel Mason

FX Animation[edit | edit source]

  • Effects Animators: Jack Boyd, Mark Dindal, Kelvin Yasuda, Bill Berg
  • Additional Animation: Brian Clift, David Pacheco, David Stephan, Ellen Woodbury
  • Cel Painters: Daryl Carstensen, Michelle Urbano

Computer System[edit | edit source]

  • Computer System Manager: David H. Ching
  • Hardware Engineer: Neftali “El Magnifico” Alvarez
  • Softwave Engineers: Bill Carson, Ken Huey
  • Logistics Programmer: Heidi Stettner
  • Macintosh Systems Engineer: Michael E. Murdock
  • Hardware Technician: Edgar Quinoñes
  • System Operators: Onny P. Carr, Alec Wong
  • Media Systems Engineer: Alex Stahi
  • Modeling & Animation System Development: William Reeves, Eben Fiske Ostby, John Lasseter, Sam Leffler, Darwyn Peachy, Ronen Barzel, Thomas Hahn, Chris King, Drew Rogge, Brian M. Rosen, Rick Sayre, Michael Shantzis, Eliot Smyrl, Heidi Stettner
  • Renderman Softwave Development: Anthony A. Apodaca, Loren C. Carpenter, Ed Catmull, Rob Cook, Pat Hanrahan, Steve Johnson, Jim Lawson, Sam Leffier, M.W. Mantle, Dan McCoy, Darwyn Peachy, Thomas Porter, William Reeves, David Salesin, Don Schreiter, Mark Vandewattering
  • Digital Film Camera and Massage Therapist: Narottama Alden
  • Casting by: Mary Gail Artz and Barbera Cohen
  • Digital Effects Provided by: Walt Disney Feature Animation
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Ariel Velasco Shaw
  • Ink and Paint Manager: Gretchen Albrecht
  • Camera Manager: Joe Jiuliano
  • Snow Animation: Dave Bossert
  • FX Color Timing and Paint: Thomas Cardone
  • Ink and Paint and Final Check Supervisor: Hortensia Casagran
  • Scene Planning Supervisor: Ann Tucker
  • Caps & FX Softwear Lead: Paul Yanover
  • Caps Personnel: Christine Beck, Frances P. Behnam, Carol Choy, Shannon Fallis-Kane, Chris Gee, Kent Gordon, Barbara Hamane, Bruce Hatakeyama, Don Henry, Chyuan Huang, Ron Jackson, Lisa Keene, Todd King, Ed Leonard, Tony Meagher, Rebecca Pahr, Jackie Roberts, Robyn Roberts, David Rowe, James Russell, Debbie Siegel, Michael Sullivan, Chuck Warren

Post Production[edit | edit source]

  • Post Production Supervisor: Sara Duran
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Pete Kozachik
  • Additional Optical Effects: Harry Walton/Image FX Michael Hinton/Interformat
  • Vocal and Song Arrangements: Steve Bartek
  • Song Orchestraions: Steve Bartek
  • Score Orchestraions: Mark McKenzie
  • Song Conductor: Chris Boarman
  • Score Conductor: J.A.C. Redford
  • Music Editor: Bob Badami
  • Music Editing Assistant: Letitia Rogers
  • Music Recorded by: Shawn Murphy, Bobby Fernandez
  • Song Vocals Recorded by: Bill Jackson
  • Song & Music Mixer: Shawn Murphy
  • Orchestra Contractor: Patti Zimmitti
  • Supervising Copyist: Joel Franklin
  • Sound Editing: Weddington Productions
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Richard L. Anderson, M.P.S.E.
  • Special Sound Effects: John Pospisil
  • Dialogue Editors: Mary Andrews, Joe Dorn
  • Sound Effects Editors: Michael Chock, James Christopher, M.P.S.E.
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Ralph Stuart
  • Foley: Joan Rowe, Hilda Hodges
  • Foley Mixer: Ezra Dweck
  • Recorded at: Warner Hollywood Studios
  • Recording Mixers: Terry Porter, C.A.S., Shawn Murphy, Greg P. Russell, C.A.S.
  • Original Dialogue Recording: Samuel Lehmer
  • Dubbing Recordists: Tim Webb, Tony Araki
  • ADR Mixer: Thomas J. O'Connell
  • ADR Recordist: Rick Canelli
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbera Harris
  • Color Timer: Dale E. Grahn
  • Titles: Buena Vista Optical
  • Post Production Administrator: Jeannine Berger
  • Post Production Assistant: Tracy Barber
  • Negative Cutter: Theresa Repola Mohammed
  • Additional Voices: Mia Brown, Dan Castellaneta, L. Peter Callender, Ann Fraser, Jim Cummings, Jennifer Levey, Jesse McClurg, Val Bettin, John Morris, Robert Olague, Bill Fagerbakke, Bobbi Page, Elena Pranskin, Corey Burton, Trampas Warman, Judy Durand, Rodger Bompass, Doris Hass, Daamen Krall, Tim Curry, Christina MacGregor, David McCharen, John Ratzenberger, Gary Raff, David Randolph, Frank Welker, Gary Schwartz
  • San Francisco Casting: Hayes and Van Horn Casting David Nelson
  • Motion Reference: Tandy Beal
  • Electric Consultant/Contractor: Mark Musumeci
  • Massage Therapist: Aisha Candrian
  • Photographer: Richard Downing
  • Sew It Fits: Alice Payton
  • Interns: Derick P. Arippol, David Barker, Andrew Birch, Jerome Cook, Andrew Davidson, Dina Hardy, Troy Harris, Ethan Marak, Syndi Pilar, Ann M. Rockwell, Jefferson Thomas, Cathy Whitney

Songs[edit | edit source]

  • "Spaceballs”
    • Written by Jeff Pescetto, Clyde Lieberman and Mel Brooks
    • Performed by The Spinners
    • Produced by Jellybean
  • "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own"
    • Written by Gloria Sklerov and Lenny Macaluso
    • Performed by Kim Carnes and Jeffrey Osborne
    • Produced by George Duke and Jeffrey Osborne
  • "Heartstrings"
    • Performed by Berlin
    • Produced by Bob Ezrin
    • Courtesy of Geffen Records and PolyGram International Music BV
    • By Arrangement with by Warner Special Products
  • "Good Enough"
    • Performed by Van Halen
    • Produced by Van Halen, Mick Jones and Donn Landee
    • Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    • By Arrangement with by Warner Special Products
  • "Raise Your Hands"
    • Written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora
    • Performed by Bon Jovi
    • Produced by Bruce Fairbairn
    • Courtesy of PolyGram Records
  • "Hot Together"
    • Performed by The Pointer Sisters
    • Produced by Richard Perry
    • Courtesy of RCA Records
  • "Wanna Be Loved by You"
    • Performed by Ladyfire
    • Produced by Michael Lloyd
  • Computer Systems for for Final Rendering SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC.
  • Special Thanks: Burny Mattinson, James Orr, Jim Cruickshank, Pete Young
  • Interactive Computer Workstations: Silicon Graphics, Inc.
  • 3-D Modeling Software: Alias Research, Inc.
  • Video Playback Hardware: Fast Forward Video, Inc.
  • 2-D Paint Software: Interactive Effects, Inc.
  • Film Recording Equipment: Management Graphics, Inc.
  • Rendered by: Renderman®
  • Processing by: Monaco labs
  • Filmed in: Panavision
  • Color by: Motion Film Lab
  • Prints by: Technicolor®
  • Produced and Distributed on: Eastman Film
  • Dolby Stereo In Selected Theatres
  • No. 29385 Motion Picture Association of America
  • This picture made under the jurisdiction of I.A.T.S.E.-IA, affiliated with A.F.L.-C.L.O.
  • COPYRIGHT © MCMXCIII The Walt Disney Company All Rights Reserved
  • This motion picture was created by Skellington Productions, Inc. for purposes of copyright law in the United Kingdom.
  • Soundtrack Available on Cassete and Compact Disc from Atlantic Records and Walt Disney Records on LP, audio CD and Compact Cassette, featuring many of the songs heard in the film, as well as three score cues by frequent Brooks collaborator John Morris
  • Video Game and CD-ROM Available from Disney Interactive
  • Clampett toured college campuses and animation festivals as a lecturer on the history of animation. His cartoons have seen renewed praise in decades since for their surrealistic qualities, energetic and outrageous animation, and irreverent humor - "Bob Clampett" at 1913-1987
  • Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution Co, Inc.

Closing Logos[edit | edit source]

  • Aardman Animation
  • Troublemaker Studios
  • Cartoon Network Studios
  • Cartoon Network
  • Blue Sky Studios
  • Hanna Barbera Productions
  • Skellington Productions
  • Amblin Entertianment
  • Walt Disney Pictures
  • Pixar Productions
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