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La películas Flubber, el invento del siglo del año 1997, conocida originalmente como "Flubber", está dirigida por Les Mayfield y protagonizada por Robin Williams quien interpreta a Professor Philip Brainard, Marcia Gay Harden en el papel de Dr. Sara Jean Reynolds, Christopher McDonald como Wilson Croft, Ted Levine personificando a Wesson y Clancy Brown desempeñando el papel de Smith (ver créditos completos).

Es una obra de género Familia, Comedia y Ciencia ficción producida en EE.UU.. Con una duración de 01 hr 33 min (93 minutos), esta película tiene diálogos originales en Inglés. La banda sonora para esta producción ha sido compuesta por Danny Elfman.

La autoría de la historia que narra esta obra está compartida entre Samuel W. Taylor ((short story "A Situation of Gravity")), John Hughes ((screenplay)) y Bill Walsh ((screenplay)).

A nivel internacional, este largometraje tuvo diversas denominaciones, incluyendo "Disney's Flubber: The Absent Minded Professor" en (promotional title), "Flubber, el invento del siglo" en Argentina y Peru, "Flubber" en Austria, Germany, France, Uruguay (original subtitled version) y (original title). La diversidad de títulos para una misma película suele ser fascinante. Nos encantaría saber cómo se titula esta obra en tu país. ¡Cuéntanos en los comentarios y enriquece nuestra experiencia cinematográfica!

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          Duración: 01 hr 33 min (93 minutos) .

          Color: Color

          Paises productores: La película Flubber fué producida en EE.UU.

          Lenguaje original: Inglés.

          Títulos en cada país:

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          Guión

          Reparto

          Professor Philip Brainard
          Dr. Sara Jean Reynolds
          Wilson Croft
          Wesson
          Smith
          Chester Hoenicker
          Bennett Hoenicker
          Martha George
          Weebo (voice)
          Sylvia
          Father
          Window Boy
          Minister
          Teenage Boy
          Coach Willy Barker (as Samuel Lloyd)
          Dale Jepner
          Rutland Coach
          Referee
          Medfield Basketball Player
          Flubber (voice)
          Weebette (voice)
          Basketball Fan (scenes deleted)
          Basketball Fan
          Basketball Fan
          Basketball Attendee
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Ball Game Attendee (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Student /Basketball Fan (u)
          Neighbor (u)
          Basketball Announcer (voice) (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Fan with Broken Leg (u)
          Medfield Alumnus (u)
          Student (u)
          Ford Secretary (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Vendor (u)
          Basketball Player (u)
          Basketball Player (u)
          Wedding Guest (u)
          (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Student (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)
          Mr. Sylvan (u)
          Basketball Fan (u)

          Música

          Producción

          producer
          producer
          field producer: EPK
          executive producer
          co-producer
          associate producer
          executive producer (u)

          Casting

          Nancy Foy

          Fotografia

          Dean Cundey (director of photography)

          Ayudante de dirección

          Rebecca Greeley (second second assistant director), Michael D. Moore (director: basketball sequence unit (as Mickey Moore)), Bradley Morris (dga trainee), Patrick Regan (first assistant director: second unit-basketball), Matthew H. Rowland (assistant director (as Matthew Rowland)) y Peter Crosman (second unit director (u))

          Dirección artística

          James E. Tocci

          Departamento de arte

          Emilio R. Aramendia (on-set dresser (as Emilio Aramendia)), Dean Backer (co-leadman), John Beuttler (graphic designer), Steve M. Boswell (construction foreman (as Steve Boswell)), James Burke (on-set greens), Beat Frutiger (set designer), Stephen J. Gardner (assistant property master), Gabriel Hardman (storyboard artist), Dale Haugo (lead scenic artist), Mike Helbig (assistant property master), Peter Hudson (construction office coordinator), Larry Hunter (construction foreman), Chris H. Kelly (construction coordinator (as Chris Kelly)), Erin Kemp (set designer), Steven B. Melton (property master), John Micheletos (set dresser), Phillip Norwood (visual consultant), Doug Pierce (set designer), Paul S. Power (storyboard artist), Tom Richardson (set painter), Bruce Richter (art special effects), Ken Sly (property maker), Bart Sullivan (special effects), Don Watson (property master: second unit), Don Weinger (set designer), Lauren Abrams (painter (u)), Daren Dochterman (storyboard artist (u)), Frank L. Godel (model maker: model construction (u)), Stephen McNally (scenic artist (u)), King Orba (props (u)) y Doug E. Williams (construction consultant: construction coordinator (u))

          Dobles

          Bob Brown (stunts (as Robert Brown)), Troy Brown (stunts), Heather Burton (stunts), Darrell Davis (stunts (as Craig Davis)), Mitchell Dean (additional stunts), Richie Gaona (stunts), Troy Gilbert (stunts), Freddie Hice (stunt coordinator), Steve Kelso (stunts), Dustin Meier (stunts (as Dustin J. Meier)), Mike Mitchell (assistant stunt coordinator / stunt double: Mr. Williams), Shawn Robinson (stunts), Troy Robinson (stunt double: Clancy Brown), Charlie Romano (stunts (as Charles Romano)), Pat Romano (stunts (as Patrick Romano)), James Ryan (utility stunts), Chuck Waters (stunt coordinator: basketball match sequences), James Waters (stunts (as Jim Waters)), Scott Workman (stunts), Doc D. Charbonneau (stunts (u)) y Aaron Walters (stunt rigger (u))

          Diseño de vestuario

          April Ferry

          Efectos visuales

          Philip Edward Alexy (lead technical animator), David Wallace Allen (visual effects previsualization), Karen Ansel (digital effects supervisor: Mobility), Goyo Aranaga (computer graphics designer: "Weebo" (as Gregory Aranaga)), Daniel Arkin (visual effects editor), Katharine Baird (digital paint/rotoscope artist), Howard E. Baker (animation supervisor), Felix Balbas (technical director: ILM), James Balsam (motion control camera operator), Jeff Barnes (executive producer: ComputerCafe), Andy Barrios (Inferno artist: Rainmaker Digital Pictures), Allen Battino (art director), Brian Battles (Inferno artist: Rainmaker Digital Pictures), Jean-Paul Beaulieu (technical assistant), Jeffrey Benedict (digital effects artist), Tom Bertino (visual effects supervisor), Stewart Birnam (software developer: ILM), Matt Bouchard (visual effects technical assistant: ILM), Brigitte Bourque (digital compositor: Rainmaker Digital), Mike Bozulich (animator: ComputerCafe), Constance Bracewell (CGI animator), Steve Braggs (computer graphics supervisor: ILM), Patrick Burns (unit production manager: additional visual effects unit), Jessi Chang (visual effects animator: DQI), Daniel Chuba (visual effects producer), Thomas Clary (digital production manager: POP Film), John Clinton (visual effects producer), Marc Cooper (digital effects artist: ILM), Robert Cooper (lead puppeteer: Weebo), David Crawford (Inferno compositor: POP Film), Randy Crawford (best boy grip), Julie Creighton (visual effects production staff), Peter Crosman (visual effects supervisor), Christopher Cundey (digital effects artist), Michael Curtis (digital compositor), Andrea D'Amico (digital visual effects producer: POP film), Doug Delaney (scanning and recording), Natasha Devaud (digital artist), Sean Dever (lead animator: Hammerhead), Jamie Dixon (visual effects supervisor: Hammerhead Productions), Andrew Doucette (character animator: ILM), Mitchell S. Drain (compositing supervisor: CFX), David Ebner (digital effects supervisor: ComputerCafe), Curtis Edwards (animator), Steve Emerson (data manager), Raul Essig (CG artist), Charles W. Francis (visual effects accountant: second unit), Mark Franco (visual effects executive producer: Rainmaker Digital), David Fuhrer (digital artist: CFC), Vicki Galloway-Weimer (visual effects producer: ComputerCafe (as Vicki Weimer)), Howard Gersh (digital effects artist), Angela Giannoni (visual effects: title sequence), Ray Gilberti (effects director of photography: Mambo Sequence / motion control live action camera operator), Kelly Granite (visual effects compositor), Michael Hardwick (first assistant cameraman: ILM), John Helms (digital artist: ILM), Amy Henderson (model maker), Joe Henke (animator), Glenn Hiramatsu (digital artist: ComputerCafe), Christer Hokanson (visual effects editor), Darin Hollings (digital effects supervisor), Ron Honn (art director: ComputerCafe), Oliver Hotz (animator: ComputerCafe), Tony Hudson (animator: ILM), John Huikku (digital compositor: DQI), Karen Idelson (digital compositor), Michael G. Jackson (CG artist (as Michael Guy Jackson)), Evan Jacobs (miniatures producer: Vision Crew Unlimited), Patrick Jarvis (digital painter: ILM), Randy Jonsson (matchmover: ILM), Sandra Ford Karpman (visual effects supervisor), Paul Kavanagh (animator: ILM), Muqeem Khan (visual effects artist), Daryl Klein (digital artist: DQI), Joshua I. Kolden (animator), David Latour (animator: ILM), Fireball Tim Lawrence (visual effects concept artist (as Tim Lawrence)), Scott Leberecht (visual effects art director), Kenneth Littleton (digital effects supervisor), Mark Alan Loso (compositor), Brian Lutge (cg artist: DQI), Tia L. Marshall (digital effects artist), Pierre Maurer (model maker: M5), John McCunn (pipeline engineer), Brandon McNaughton (digital effects compositor), Neil Michka (character animator), Carl Miller (motion control camera assistant), Michael Miller (digital compositor), Richard Miller (sculptor), Kama Moiha (animator: ComputerCafe), Amanda K. Montgomery (Visual Effects Production Assistant: ILM), Craig Mullins (digital matte painter), Jesse Newman (animator: ComputerCafe), Daniel Novotny (visual effects model maker), Kim O'Donnell (digital compositor), Michael Olague (visual effects crew), Randy Ottenberg (model maker), Marlo Pabon (digital compositing supervisor: DQI), Danielle Plantec (visual effects), Ricardo Ramos (digital effects artist), Dave Rand (digital artist (as David Rand)), John Rauh (digital compositor), Bryant Reif (animator: ComputerCafe / digital artist), Lou Rubsamen (key grip: motion control unit), Kosta Saric (visual effects editor: CFX), Adam Savage (visual effects), Bill Schaeffer (digital rotoscope), Laura Schultz (visual effects coordinator), Candice Scott (digital effects compositor), Carl Seibert (visual effects producer), Nelson Sepulveda (compositing supervisor: CFX), Keith Shartle (visual effects executive producer: DQI), Brian A. Smeets (digital artist), Douglas Smith (visual effects supervisor (as Douglas Hans Smith)), James Harry Smith (lead model maker), Todd Staples (digital effects animator: X.O. Digital Arts), Rick Stern (motion control camera assistant), Matsune Suzuki (model builder: DQI), Michael Talarico (motion control director of photography: Dream Quest Images), Kim Thompson (CG character animator: ILM), Lynda Thompson (visual effects producer (as Lynda Ellenshaw Thompson)), James D. Tittle (digital effects coordinator: CFX), Christopher Townsend (digital effects artist), John Trunk (video assist), Trevor Tuttle (model maker), Tim Waddy (cg animator), David Wainstain (special visual effects), Dan A. Walker (digital compositor: Dream Quest Images), Gina Warr (digital compositor), Mark H. Weingartner (additional gaffer: visual effects), Carl Willat (location visual effects supervisor), Tommy Williamson (digital effects supervisor: ComputerCafe (as Tom Williamson)), Kevin Willmering (digital compositor: DQI), Heidi Zabit (digital artist), Travis Baumann (digital artist (u)), Brian Begun (scanning and recording technician: POP Film (u)), Frank A. Cappello (animatics (u)), Matt Dessero (digital artist (u)), Jeremy Hall (senior software engineer (u)), Kyle J. Healey (digital effects technician (u)), James Healy (digital systems administrator (u)), Adam Howard (digital effects compositor (u)), Mark Intravartolo (visual effects artist (u)), Kent Johnson (model maker (u)), Ken Satchel King (character animator (u)), Jacques Levesque (digital compositor (u)), Rick Lopez (scanning and recording technician (u)), Geoff McAuliffe (visual effects artist (u)), David B. Mooy (digital modeler (u)), Stephen Sobisky (3D modeling producer (u)), Stacey Weigert (visual effects: Dreamscape Imagery (u)), Michael Wick (set dresser: miniatures, ILM (u)) y Eric Withee (data manager: CFX (u))

          Departamento de animación

          David Latour (animator), Steven G. Lee (animator (as Steve Lee)), Magali Rigaudias (character animator) y Andy Wong (animator)

          Diseño de producción

          Andrew McAlpine

          Departamento de maquillaje

          Jessica Clay (hair stylist), Cheri Minns (key makeup artist), Carol A. O'Connell (head hair stylist) y Kris Ravetto (makeup artist)

          Departamento de musica

          Steve Bartek (composer: additional music / orchestrator), Tom Boyd (musician: oboe soloist), Elin Carlson (featured soloist / musician: soprano solos), Robert Fernandez (scoring mixer), Artie Kane (orchestra conductor), Kenneth Karman (music editor), Norman Ludwin (musician (bass)), Marc Mann (midi programming), Mark McKenzie (orchestrator), Shawn Murphy (score mixer / score recordist), Jennifer Nash (additional music editor), Bryan Pezzone (musician: piano), Conrad Pope (orchestrator), Ellen Segal (music editor), Andrew Silver (preview music editor), Edgardo Simone (orchestrator) y James Thatcher (musician: french horn)

          Departamento de vestuario

          Nancy Servin (seamster) y Amy J. Smith (set costumer)

          Departamento de reparto

          Beau Bonneau (extras casting / location casting), Barbara Harris (adr voice casting) y Randi Acton (casting assistant (u))

          Departamento de editorial

          Christopher S. Capp (first assistant film editor), Elisa Cohen (assistant editor), Martin C. Heselov (assistant editor), Doug Jones (negative cutter), Adrian Kays (assistant editor), Tara McKinley (assistant editor), Mark Perzely (assistant editor: lightworks), Bob Putynkowski (color timer), Wendi Jill Raderman (first assistant editor: lightworks) y Joseph Jett Sally (assistant editor: lightworks)

          Departamento de transporte

          William Hogue (driver) y Robert K. Johnson (transportation captain)

          Cámaras y departamento de electricidad

          Steve Bellen (assistant camera), Tim Bellen (camera operator / camera operator: second unit), Andrew Bennett (grip), Jason Boccaleoni (electrician), Phil Bray (still photographer), Marty Brenneis (24 frame video operator), Dave Childers (key grip: second unit), Gregory M. Childers (grip), Tom Cloutier (electrician (as Thomas Cloutier)), Jay Coakley (grip (as James J. Coakley)), Steve Condiotti (gaffer: 2nd unit), Dino Corti (electrician: San Francisco), William Coss (first assistant camera), Jonathan Doff (video assist), Joseph Emanuele (best boy: basketball sequence second unit), London Freeman (second assistant camera), Lynetta Freeman (second assistant camera), Gary Gill (second grip), Mark Gilmore (24 frame video operator), Jon Guterres (key grip), Don L. Henderson (dolly grip), Casey Hotchkiss (camera operator), John Lacy (rigging electrician), Mark A. Lewis (electrician), Michael Maley (camera operator), William Maley (gaffer: special unit), John Metz (camera loader: basketball unit), Rexford L. Metz (director of photography: basketball unit), Dan Michalske (grip (as Daniel Michalske)), Michael Molnar (dolly grip: second unit), Michael Orefice (gaffer), Orlando Orona (dolly grip: second unit (as Orlando Orona)), Bill Pelkey (best boy electric), Dennis Pope (key grip: basketball sequences (as Dennis Pope)), Bobby Powell (rigging gaffer), Medel Ramos (rigging best boy electric), Wesley Riley (grip (as Wesley R. Riley)), Duane Robinson (key rigging grip: San Francisco), Cory Schmidt (rigging grip: San Francisco), Mark Shankel (best boy rigging grip), Bryce Shields (video assist operator), Terry Sullivan (best boy electric), Joshua Teicher (grip / pre-rigging electrician), Gregory Collis (rigging grip (u)), Mitchell Nyberg (rigging grip (u)), G. Anthony Phillips (rigging grip (u)) y Darren Jon Taylor (electrician (u))

          Montaje

          Harvey Rosenstock y Michael A. Stevenson

          Decoración de escenario

          Daniel Loren May ((as Daniel May))

          Gestión de producción

          Michael Polaire (unit production manager)

          Otras personas que participaron

          Jason Aaron Baca (double / stand-in), Kerry Bailey (visual effects editing assistant), Linda Bauman (first aid medic), Don Bies (puppeteer), Wayne Billheimer (assistant second unit coordinator), Mark Bosia (medic coordinator), Carrie Carnevale (production assistant), Kyle Cooper (title designer), Jeff Cruzan (science advisor / technical advisor), Carol DePasquale (script supervisor), John Embry (production assistant), David Guilbeau (craft service (as David 'Cajun' Guilbeau)), Craig Harris (set production assistant), Elmer J. Howard (craft service assistant), Tom Judt (craft service: second unit), Kevin Le Blanc (office production assistant (as Kevin Leblanc)), Kelly Lepkowsky (engineer machinist), Lol Levy (stand-in), Todd Neimann (basketball player), Bryan Nelson (production assistant), Bill Nye (science consultant), Gary Platek (live action animatronic puppets), Deborah Ricketts (archive researcher), Bob Roath (payroll accountant), Rebecca Erwin Spencer (assistant: Mr. Williams), Maureen Stanton-Leveque (assistant production coordinator), Jules Stewart (script supervisor: basketball sequence (as Jules Mann-Stewart)), David Suther (production assistant), Michael Umble (unit publicist), Marcel Valcarce (title artist: main titles), Donald H. Walker (production accountant), Dale Wilmarth (moldmaker), Loren Duffy (production assistant (u)), Colman McMahon (production assistant to producer (u) / production office assistant (u)) y Joe Rose (craft service (u))

          Empresas distribuidoras

          Buena Vista PicturesBuena Vista International (Sweden)Buena Vista International FinlandBuena Vista International SpainBuena Vista InternationalBuena Vista Home EntertainmentFilmpac Home VideoFalconFilmes LusomundoAmerican Broadcasting Company (ABC)Tokyo TV CenterBuena Vista Home Entertainment (BVHE)Planet Media Home EntertainmentBuena Vista Home VideoGativideoMainostelevisio (MTV3)Moviemax FamilyNelonenWalt Disney Home Video

          Empresas productoras

          Walt Disney PicturesCamera Revolution

          Otras empresas

          Aero Mock-UpsBBC Worldwide AmericasBeau Bonneau CastingC3 Entertainment Inc.DTC Grip & ElectricEastman FilmCity of New YorkFilm & Video Stock ShotsBaldwin/Cohen ProductionsHistoric Films ArchiveImaginary ForcesPacific Studios Inc.Republic EntertainmentSDDS Sony Dynamic Digital SoundTechnicolorTurner EntertainmentSKA FilmsTwentieth Century Fox TelevisionUniversal PicturesWalt Disney PicturesWalt Disney Pictures and TelevisionWalt Disney RecordsUnited ArtistsApple Corps

          Empresas de efectos especiales

          C.O.R.E. Digital PicturesCafeFXComputer Cafe, ThePeerless Camera CompanyDream Quest ImagesGraphic NatureHammerhead ProductionsKiehl\'s Since 1851Warner Bros. Home VideoPOP FilmVision Crew Unlimited

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