The Jetsons have made their film debut in a film about family, friends, and all that stuff. George's tightwad boss, Mr. Spacely, is determined to get his remote factor on his ore asteroid miles away to make 1,000,000 sprocketts, but all the vice-presidents sent to run it have disappeared for some reason, so Mr. Spacely must find someone else to run it: it would have to be someone mighty brave, and mighty stupid. So who does he pick? George Jetson. So George packs up his family: Jane, his sensible and loving wife; Judy- his rebellious teenage daughter who's gotten a new boyfriend: a super galactical rock star; Elroy- basketball champ who's losing faith in his father; and Rosie, his sassy maid. So while Judy meets another boy and enjoys a huge shopping mall, George sets off to work with his new friend, a robot foreman named Rudy 2. The factory is soon sabotaged on opening day, so George intends to investigate and disappears. So it's up to Elroy and his new friends to rescue George. ... Written by
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The first movie from the family that's truly ahead of its time!
Did You Know?
A few moments before his death, George O'Hanlon
had recorded all of his dialogue for George Jetson. According to voice director Andrea Romano
, O'Hanlon had suffered a second stroke and found it difficult to read and hear and in the end he died in the recording studio doing what he loved. See more
When Lucy 2 says "and Teddy 2," her voice isn't robotic, it's the actress' natural voice. See more
I never should've made that dummy George Jetson vice president. When I get home, I'll get a new vice president.
[the Jetsons, Astro, Teddy 2, Fergie, Apollo Blue, Squet and some of the Grungies all rise up into the plant from the ore asteroid below by elevator
You've already got a vice president.
That's right, Mr. Spacely, that "dummy" George Jetson.
While the beginning of the end credits play, stills from the movie are shown and when that's over the words: dedicated to the memory of George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc (who died a year before the film's release) appears. See more
Spoofs The Flintstones
Written by Steven McClintock, Tim James and Mark Mancina
Performed by Tiffany
Courtesy of MCA Records See more