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Space Jam

USA



Original Air Date:
1996
Channel:
Theatrical
Prod. Co.:
Joe Pytka
Genre:
Film
 

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Characters & Voices
Michael Jordan - Himself
Stan Podolak - Wayne Knight
Juanita Jordan - Theresa Randle
Jeffrey Jordan - Manner Washington
Marcus Jordan - Eric Gordon
Jasmine Jordan - Penny Bae Bridges
Michael Jordan at 10 - Brandon Hammond
Larry Bird - Himself
Bill Murray - Himself
James Jordan - Thom Barry
Charles Barkley - Himself
Patrick Ewing - Himself
Muggsy Bogues - Himself
Larry Johnson - Himself
Shawn Bradley - Himself
Ahmad Rashad - Himself
Del Harris - Himself
Vlade Divac - Himself
Cedric Ceballos - Himself
Jim Rome - Himself
Paul Westphal - Himself
Danny Ainge - Himself
Jordan Housekeeper - Bebe Drake
Woman Fan - Patricia Heaton
Male Fan - Dan Castellaneta
Female Seer - Linda Lutz
Basketball Girl - Nicky McCrimmon
Little League Girl - Kelly Vint
Golfer - William G. Schilling
Psychiatrist - Albert Hague
Doctor - Michael Alaimo
NBA Referee - James O'Donnell
Charlotte Coach - David Ursin
Commissioner - Douglas Robert Jackson
Alonzo Mourning - Himself
A.C. Green - Himself
Charles Oakley - Himself
Derek Harper - Himself
Jeff Malone - Himself
Anthony Miller - Himself
Sharone Wright - Himself
Umpire - Rosey Brown
Stars Catcher - Brad Henke
Owner's Girlfriend - Connie Ray
Baron's Manager - John Roselius
Barons Coach - Joe Bays
Baron's Catcher - Charles Hoyes
Player - Luke Torres
Player - Steven Shenbaum
Player - Bean Miller
Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd (voice) - Billy West
Daffy Duck/Tazmanian Devil/Bull (voice) - Dee Bradley Baker
Swackhammer (voice) - Danny DeVito
Bert/Herbie/Marvin the Martian/Porky Pig/Tweety (voice) - Bob Bergen
Sylvester/Yosemite Sam/Foghorn Leghorn (voice) - Bill Farmer
Granny (voice) - June Foray
Pepe le Pew (voice) - Maurice LaMarche
Lola Bunny (voice) - Kath Soucie
Nerdluck Pound (voice) - Jocelyn Blue
Nerdluck Blanko (voice) - Charity James
Nerdluck Bang (voice) - June Melby
Nerdluck Bupkus (voice) - Catherine Reitman
Nerdluck Nawt/Sniffles (voice) - Colleen Wainwright
Monstar Bupkus (voice) - Dorian Harewood
Monstar Ban (voice) - Joey Camen
Monstar Nawt (voice) - T.K. Carter
Monstar Pound (voice) - (as M. Darnell Suttles) Darnell Suttles Monstar Blanko/Announcer (voice)
Charles the Dog (voice) - Frank Welker
Reporter - Michael Rothhaar
 
(drawn animation, some live action)

Bunny…Jordan! Two titans at the top of their respective games teamed up in 1996’s Space Jam, hooping it up for the fates of Warner Bros.' most famous cartoon faces. Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan and wascally wabbit Bugs Bunny had already joined forces in a series of television commercials, and Warner Bros. decided their live-action/animated chemistry was too great to be confined to the small screen. And so, with a host of cartoon and human co-stars, the b-baller and the bunny took their game to the next level.

Set during His Airness’ baseball-playing days, the film finds Jordan pretty much happy to be retired. There’s more time to spend with the wife and kids, more time to work on his golf game, and so on. Bugs, however, has even more than his usual share of problems. A crooked outer space amusement park owner named Swackhammer has been hitting a bad streak of luck recently, and to boost attendance at Moron Mountain, he dispatches his wee henchmen, the Nerdlucks, to kidnap Bugs and the WB gang. Bugs, Daffy, Porky and the rest have no desire to spend the rest of their lives as a theme park attraction, so they work out a deal: if the Looney Tunes can beat the teeny Nerdlucks in a basketball game, the gang goes free.

Ever the cheaters, the Nerdlucks steal the skills of five pro ballers-Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson, Muggsy Bogues and Shawn Bradley-making them a huge, fearsome fivesome. Seemingly sunk, the Looney Tunes do the only thing that can save them: kidnap Michael Jordan.

MJ gets yanked down a rabbit hole and straight into toonland, where Bugs and company convince him to join up. But even an NBA All-Star might not be enough to whip this ragtag bunch of bunnies, ducks, pigs and Tasmanian devils into shape for the big game.

In addition to Swackhammer and the Nerdlucks, Space Jam also featured the debut of Lola Bunny, a curvaceous female rabbit with a kick-fluffy-tail attitude. Featuring hit songs like R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” and Seal’s cover of “Fly Like an Eagle,” the movie was a big hit, but Jordan decided to return to the court rather than pursue a sequel. The old gang still gets together for the occasional commercial, however, and they’ll always have the glory days.
 
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