The Powerpuff Girls Movie

2002 film by Craig McCracken

The Powerpuff Girls Movie is a 2002 German-American animated comedy-mystery action superhero adventure family film based on the Cartoon Network animated television series The Powerpuff Girls. this film is directed by series creator Craig McCracken and produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Warner Bros Pictures. an sequel as unrelated, as a reboot series finale it was based of the 2016 series is development of direct to-video superhero comedy-musical adaptation mainly still production by Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Cartoon Network Studios.

The Powerpuff Girls Movie
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byCraig McCracken
Produced byDonna Castricone
Screenplay by
  • Charlie Bean
  • Lauren Faust
  • Craig McCracken
  • Paul Rudish
  • Don Shank
Story by
  • Charlie Bean
  • Lauren Faust
  • Craig McCracken
  • Amy Keating Rogers
  • Paul Rudish
  • Don Shank
Based onThe Powerpuff Girls
by Craig McCracken
Starring
  • Cathy Cavadini
  • Tara Strong
  • Elizabeth Daily
  • Roger L. Jackson
  • Tom Kane
  • Tom Kenny
  • Jennifer Hale
  • Jennifer Martin
Narrated byTom Kenny
Music byJames L. Venable[1]
Edited byRob Desales
Production
company
Cartoon Network Studios
Village Roadshow Pictures
Munich Animation
Rough Draft Productions
Distributed byWarner Bros. Pictures
Release date
  • July 3, 2002 (2002-07-03)
Running time
73 minutes
81 minutes (Uncut version)
CountryUnited States
Australia
Germany
LanguageEnglish
Budget$11 million
Box office$16.4 million[2]

StoryEdit

Townsville has been through crime. The Professor is buying ingredients to make girls for his experiment. As his lab monkey Jojo pushed him, breaking a vat of Chemical X, the girls were created. The Professor gave them their names; Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup.

Voice CastEdit

  • Cathy Cavadini - Blossom
  • Tara Strong - Bubbles
  • Elizabeth Daily - Buttercup
  • Tom Kane - Professor Antonio Utonium
  • Tom Kenny - Mayor Barney, Narrator, Cha-Ching, Pappy Wappy
  • Jennifer Hale - Ms. Sandra Keane
  • Jennifer Martin - Ms. Sara Bellum
  • Jeff Bennett - Ace, Grubber, Billy, Hacha ChaCha, Baboon Kaboom, Go-Go Patrol
  • Grey Delisle - Woman At Zoo, Reporter, Monkeys
  • Phil Lamarr - Reporter 2
  • Rob Paulsen - Hota Wotta, Blah-Blah-Blah Monkeys, Doot Da Doot Da Doos
  • Kevin Michael Richardson - Rocko Socko, Ojo Tango, Citizen 2
  • Frank Welker - Monkeys, Killa Drilla
  • Dee Bradley Baker - Bonzo Bango, Cruncha Muncha, Rolla Ova, Whacko Smacko

Additional voicesEdit

  • Lara Jill Miller - Clara
  • Eliza Jane Schneider - Mollie
  • Sarah Chalke - Bessy
  • Cristina Pucelli - Kid 2
  • Wendee Lee - Bernice
  • Julianne Grossman - Wilma
  • Jill Talley - That's Not My Baby Woman
  • Nika Futterman - Sadie
  • Alex Borstein - Jenny
  • Carolyn Lawrence - Alice
  • Courtenay Taylor - Charlotte, Woman 62
  • Laraine Newman - Black Secretary
  • Charlie Adler - Steven The Pickle Vendor
  • Andrea Martin - Unnamed Secretary
  • Leigh Allyn Baker - Protest 2, Additional Voices
  • Maggie Roswell - Secretary Elise
  • Deanna Oliver - Additional Voices
  • Tress Macneille - Reporter 4
  • Dee Dee Rescher
  • April Stewart
  • Rodger Bumpass
  • Lori Alan
  • Allyce Beasley
  • Maria Bamford
  • Lauren Tom
  • Vernee Watson Johnson
  • Candi Milo
  • Amy Jo Johnson
  • Jeff Bergman *June Angela *Jacquie Barnbrook - Additional voices

notable voice actor, Rosie O'Donnell as seen in the trailer spots.

Release DatesEdit

  Canada 3 July 2002
  United States 3 July 2002
Mexico 19 July 2002
  Chile 16 December 2004
  Germany 25 December 2003
  Brazil 12 July 2002
  Australia 30 September 2002
  New Zealand 30 October 2002
  Panama 7 January 2005
  Czech Republic 24 October 2002
  Poland 20 January 2005
  Netherlands 3 December 2003
  France 28 August 2002
  Russia 19 September 2002
  Singapore 2 April 2004
  Philippines 9 July 2002, 10 July 2002
  Indonesia 16 April 2004
  Turkey 15 May 2003
  Denmark 20 September 2002
  Sweden 20 September 2002
  Greece 15 September 2003
  Italy 8 November 2002
  South Korea 15 August 2002
  Japan 3 August 2002
                                                                                                                                          == Home media release ==

on November 5, 2002 in DVD and VHS, releasing on Blu-Ray seen on November 12, 2021 as a high-definition format, well the extra-deleted scenes from the film's length, as well streaming on HBO Max in 2020 as capitalized of the 2016 series spin-off as development well.

                                                                                                                                          == References ==
  1. "Detail view of Movies Page". afi.com. Retrieved May 17, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. "The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002) – Box Office Mojo". boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved May 17, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)