Jetsons: The Movie

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Jetsons: The Movie is a 1990 American animated musical comic science fiction film produced by Hanna-Barbera and released by Universal Pictures on July 6, 1990, and based on the television series The Jetsons.wikipedia
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Jetsons: The Movie is a 1990 American animated musical comic science fiction film produced by Hanna-Barbera and released by Universal Pictures on July 6, 1990, and based on the television series The Jetsons.
The 1990 film Jetsons: The Movie served as the series finale to the television show.

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It was the last official Jetsons production until 2017's The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!.
It is the first new Jetsons production in over 27 years since the 1990 film Jetsons: The Movie (and after the deaths of George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc), the first without the original creators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera (who died respectively in 2001 and 2006).

Patric Zimmerman

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To replace Butler, voice coordinator Kris Zimmerman brought in her then-husband Patric, then a relative unknown, to fill the role of Elroy.
Due to Daws Butler's death in 1988, he voiced Elroy Jetson in the film Jetsons: The Movie.

George Jetson

In Jetsons: The Movie, it is revealed that they live in the sky due to excess of smog.

George O'Hanlon

The film stars George O'Hanlon, Penny Singleton, Don Messick and Mel Blanc, all veterans of the television show.
O'Hanlon died of a second stroke on February 11, 1989, while recording dialogue for Jetsons: The Movie.

Penny Singleton

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The film stars George O'Hanlon, Penny Singleton, Don Messick and Mel Blanc, all veterans of the television show.
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Don Messick

The film stars George O'Hanlon, Penny Singleton, Don Messick and Mel Blanc, all veterans of the television show.

Steven McClintock

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He also has done solo work like the song "Maybe Love" on the Jetsons: The Movie soundtrack, as well as "Edge of a Dream", the soundtrack to the movie Space Mutiny, which was memorably lambasted by the cast of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the song was likewise mocked when it appears in the closing credits, with the 'bots (Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot) "singing along" using lyrics from other tracks.

Mel Blanc

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The film stars George O'Hanlon, Penny Singleton, Don Messick and Mel Blanc, all veterans of the television show. Mel Blanc also died during production of the film on July 10, 1989, voice actor Jeff Bergman would later step in and fill in for both O'Hanlon and Blanc as George Jetson and Mr. Cosmo Spacely to complete their dialogue in the film.
His final recording session was for Jetsons: The Movie (1990).

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Janet Waldo, the original voice of Judy Jetson, recorded the role for the film but her voice was later replaced by singer Tiffany (though Waldo still provided the voice of a robot secretary).
Later that year, she provided the voice of Judy Jetson on Jetsons: The Movie, which was released in 1990.

Jeff Bergman

Mel Blanc also died during production of the film on July 10, 1989, voice actor Jeff Bergman would later step in and fill in for both O'Hanlon and Blanc as George Jetson and Mr. Cosmo Spacely to complete their dialogue in the film.
Bergman also voiced George Jetson and Mr. Spacely in Jetsons: The Movie when their previous voice actors George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc both died during production – he had been working at his local radio in Pennsylvania when he received the call to travel to California and complete the dialogue.

Paul Kreppel

In the movie sector, he was the voice of Apollo Blue in Jetsons: The Movie.

Janet Waldo

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Janet Waldo, the original voice of Judy Jetson, recorded the role for the film but her voice was later replaced by singer Tiffany (though Waldo still provided the voice of a robot secretary).
In 1990, shortly after completing her role as Judy Jetson in Jetsons: The Movie, she was abruptly replaced with pop star Tiffany.

Dana Hill

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She was Teddy-2 in Jetsons: The Movie (1990); from 1989-1991 she voiced Buddy on the animated children's television show Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, in 1991 was the voice of Tank Muddlefoot on Darkwing Duck and in 1992-1993 was the voice of Max on Goof Troop.

Andrea Romano (voice director)

Andrea Romano
Displeased with the casting change, voice director Andrea Romano had her name removed from the finished film.
She also worked on Jetsons: The Movie, though she had her name removed from the credits when an executive decision resulted in Janet Waldo being replaced.

Hanna-Barbera

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Jetsons: The Movie is a 1990 American animated musical comic science fiction film produced by Hanna-Barbera and released by Universal Pictures on July 6, 1990, and based on the television series The Jetsons.
It produced six theatrical feature films, among them are higher-quality versions of its television cartoons (Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!, The Man Called Flintstone and Jetsons: The Movie) and adaptations of other material (Charlotte's Web, Heidi's Song and Once Upon a Forest).

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In addition, Dees hosted the syndicated series Solid Gold from Paramount Television, and his voice has been enjoyed on numerous animated features, including The Flintstones, where he starred as Rock Dees, and Jetsons: The Movie, where he played Rocket Rick.