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Jetsons: The Movie

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Based on the popular cartoon series, this animated movie, set in a time filled with family-sized spacecrafts and intergalactic travel, begins with hardworking family man George Jetson (George O'Hanlon) ecstatic when his cranky boss, Mr. Spacely (Mel Blanc), gives him a promotion that relocates him, his wife (Penny Singleton) and the rest of his family to the far reaches of space. However, while other family members are enjoying the move, George finds trouble at the new job right away.

Cast & Crew

Mel Blanc
Mr. Spacely
Voice
Rick Dees
Rocket Rick Ragnarok
Voice
Patti Deutsch
Lucy 2
Voice
Dana Hill
Teddy 2
Voice
Paul Kreppel
Apollo Blue
Voice
Don Messick
Astro, the Dog
Voice
George O'Hanlon
George Jetson
Voice
Ronnie Schell
Rudy 2
Voice
Penny Singleton
Jane Jetson
Voice
Russi Taylor
Fergie Furbelow
Voice
John Debney
Original Music
Steve Kempster
Original Songs
Mark Mancina
Original Songs
Al Gmuer
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  • Apr 25, 2016
    Firmly stuck in the 80s, this film adaptation of the TV is humorless and jam packed full of music that the future will easily forget. This could've been one of the better TV show to movie conversion but some poor direction hurts the film instead of pushing it forward. The voice acting from the younger characters is a tad over the top and very poor at times, especially the younger boy Jetson. It's interesting to see where The Simpsons discovered some blueprints but for story or character development, this film really misses the point. Fingers crossed for a remake.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Oct 23, 2011
    Jetsons: The Movie is a harmless animated picture the entire family can watch without worrying about corrupting the younger kids. The animation is solid for 1989 (watch for some early uses of CGI) and it has the occasional chuckle. It may ooze with nostalgia for audiences who grew up with the original cartoon, but there's something off about this version. As with many things in the 1980s (Star Trek IV, for example), Jetsons: The Movie centers itself on protecting the ecosystem and why capitalism is bad, though not in those terms exactly. The messages are heavy-handed when the movie gets around to them; the other main attraction here is Tiffany as Judy Jetson, a supporting character who gets more screentime than her by-the-numbers subplot demands. A bad movie? No, not at all. A bit dull and lacking the oomph which says the events will be a game changer in the Jetsons universe. At least the film is actually a film and not three television episodes strung together.
    Jason V Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    I always thought that the Jetsons should have a movie, a live action movie, really, but this was pretty good anyway. It's an entertaining kids movie.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jan 31, 2008
    I saw this SO many times when I was a kid!
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