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Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation -- School's out for summer, and it's vacation time for the Tiny Toons gang from Acme Looniversity! Join the summertime fun with all of your favorite Looniversity Toons.


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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Charles Adler ... Buster Bunny / Usher (voice) (as Charlie Adler)

Tress MacNeille ... Babs Bunny / Big Boo / Babs' Mother / Emily Duff / Roseanne Barr / Barbara Walters / Arsenio Hall / Additional Voices (voice)

Joe Alaskey ... Plucky Duck / Tupelo Toad / Johnny Carson / Ed McMahon / Elmer Fudd / Additional Voices (voice)
Don Messick ... Hamton J. Pig / Radio Announcer (voice)

Jonathan Winters ... Wade Pig / Superman (voice)

Edie McClurg ... Winnie Pig (voice)

Frank Welker ... Uncle Stinky Pig / Byron Basset / Furrball / Little Beeper / Gogo Dodo / Vinnie / Mac Duff / Additional Voices (voice)

Cree Summer ... Elmyra Duff / Mary Melody / Oprah Winfrey (voice)

Sorrell Booke ... Big Daddy Boo (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Fowlmouth / Johnny Pew / Banjo the Woodpile Possum / Mr. Hitcher / Manager / Additional Voices (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Dizzy Devil / David Letterman / Horatio / Theatre Voice (voice)
Gail Matthius ... Shirley the Loon / Sissy Boo (voice)

Kath Soucie ... Fifi La Fume / Little Boo / Little Sneezer / Bimbette Skunk (voice) (as Kath Souci)

Candi Milo ... Sweetie Pie (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Julian ... Road Runner (archive sound) (uncredited)

Directed by
Rich Arons (sequence director)
Ken Boyer (sequence director)
Kent Butterworth (sequence director)
Barry Caldwell (sequence director)
Alfred Gimeno (sequence director)
Art Leonardi (sequence director)
Byron Vaughns (sequence director)
Writing credits
Paul Dini (written by) &
Nicholas Hollander (written by) &
Tom Ruegger (written by) &
Sherri Stoner (written by)

Produced by
Shunzo Kato .... producer: TMS
Kathleen Kennedy .... production executive
Jean MacCurdy .... executive producer
Frank Marshall .... production executive
Tom Ruegger .... producer
Steven Spielberg .... executive producer
Sherri Stoner .... associate producer
Koji Takeuchi .... producer: TMS
Teruhisa Yahaji .... assistant producer: TMS (as Teruhisa Yamaji)
Original Music by
Steven Bramson  (as Steve Bramson)
Bruce Broughton 
Don Davis 
Albert Lloyd Olson  (as Albert Olson)
Richard Stone 
Stephen James Taylor  (as Steven James Taylor)
Mark Watters 
Film Editing by
Al Breitenbach 
Casting by
Andrea Romano 
Production Management
Joe Sandusky .... post-production supervisor
Tim Sarnoff .... production management
Liza-Ann Warren .... production manager
Joey Franks .... production supervisor (uncredited)
Art Department
Rich Arons .... storyboard artist
Ken Boyer .... storyboard artist
Frank Brunner .... prop designer
Yi-Chih Chen .... storyboard artist (as Yi-Chi Chin)
Shavonne Cherry .... prop designer
Jill Colbert .... storyboard artist
Susan Crossley .... prop designer (as Sue Crosley)
Humberto De La Fuente .... storyboard artist (as Umberto De La Fuente)
Daniel de la Vega .... storyboard artist
Alberto De Mello .... storyboard artist
Flamarion Ferreira .... storyboard artist
Ian Findley .... storyboard artist
Paul Fisher .... storyboard artist
Eddie Fitzgerald .... storyboard artist
Jim Fletcher .... storyboard artist
Alfred Gimeno .... storyboard artist
Warren Greenwood .... storyboard artist
Ernie Guanlao .... prop designer
Dan Haskett .... storyboard artist
Tenny Henson .... storyboard artist
Shûichi Hirata .... art director: TMS (as Shuichi Hirata)
Garrett Ho .... storyboard artist
Leandro Martinez .... prop designer
Enrique May .... storyboard artist
Douglas McCarthy .... storyboard artist
Chris Reccardi .... storyboard artist
Lenord Robinson .... storyboard artist
Byron Vaughns .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Russell Brower .... sound effects editor
Kelly Ann Foley .... adr editor
Kelly Ann Foley .... voice recording assistant
Henry Gilroy .... sound reader
Mark Keatts .... dialogue editor
Leslie Lamers .... recording administrator
Tom Maydeck .... re-recording mixer
Matthew A. Thorne .... sound effects editor (as Matt Thorne)
Visual Effects by
Yoshimi Hayashi .... airbrush artist: TMS
Camera and Electrical Department
Chikayo Hayase .... camera operator
Kazunari Ichinozuka .... camera operator (as Kazushige Ichinozuka)
Atsuko Ito .... camera operator (as Atsuko Itoh)
Kiyoshi Kobayashi .... camera operator
Hiroyuki Matsuzawa .... camera operator
Masaru Nemoto .... camera operator
Hidekazu Niiya .... camera operator
Jin Nishiyama .... camera operator
Takahisa Ogawa .... camera operator
Kyoko Oosaki .... camera operator (as Kyoko Osaki)
Akio Saitô .... camera operator (as Akio Saitoh)
Mika Sakai .... camera operator
Michiyo Shibata .... camera operator
Hitoshi Shirao .... camera operator
Kumiko Taniguchi .... camera operator
Koji Toki .... camera operator
Animation Department
Kenji Adachi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Chris Aguirre .... background layout artist
Hiroaki Akagi .... inbetween artist: TMS
Yumiko Akashi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Toshiaki Aoki .... inbetween artist: TMS
Hiroshi Aoyama .... director: TMS
Hiroyuki Aoyama .... animation director: TMS
Rich Arons .... timing director
Tomoko Asami .... chief color key artist: TMS
Joey Banaszkiewicz .... character layout and posing artist (as Joe Banaszkiewicz)
Charlie Bean .... character layout and posing artist
Ted Blackman .... key background layout artist
Cullen Blaine .... timing director
Grigor Boyadjiev .... key background layout artist
Ken Boyer .... background layout artist
Ken Boyer .... character designer
Ken Boyer .... character layout and posing artist
Brenda Brummet .... animation checker (as Brenda Brummett)
Frank Brunner .... character designer
Yasuhiro Buma .... key animator: TMS
Kent Butterworth .... timing director
Hai Young Byoun .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Barry Caldwell .... character designer
Marina Cappas .... checking supervisor
Youn Ju Cha .... inbetween artist: TMS
Shavonne Cherry .... character layout and posing artist
Keum Hi Choi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Mi Kyong Choi .... inbetween artist: TMS
So Young Choi .... inbetween artist: TMS
Young Rok Choi .... inbetween artist: TMS
Tony Craig .... character designer
Tony Craig .... character layout and posing artist
Daniel de la Vega .... character designer
Daniel de la Vega .... character layout and posing artist
Alberto De Mello .... background layout artist
Alberto De Mello .... character designer
Alberto De Mello .... character layout and posing artist
Alberto De Mello .... key background layout artist
Chris Dent .... character layout and posing artist
Bob Doucette .... background color designer
Bob Doucette .... character layout and posing artist
Chuck Downs .... timing director (as Charlie Downs)
Dave Dunnet .... key background layout artist
Ana Durand .... xerox
John Dymer .... key background layout artist
John Dymer .... layout supervisor
Kazuo Ebisawa .... background artist: TMS
Michiko Emori .... ink and paint artist: TMS
David Mucci Fassett .... character layout and posing artist
Flamarion Ferreira .... timing director
Ian Findley .... character layout and posing artist
Paul Fisher .... character layout and posing artist
Eddie Fitzgerald .... character layout and posing artist
Mike Fontanelli .... character designer
Kevin Frank .... background layout artist
Kevin Frank .... character designer
Kevin Frank .... character layout and posing artist
Yukiko Fujimoto .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Alfred Gimeno .... character designer
Alfred Gimeno .... timing director
Ernie Guanlao .... background layout artist
Ann Guenther .... background color designer
Tim Gula .... background layout artist
Kenji Hachizaki .... animation director: TMS
Jeff Hall .... timing director
Mi Hyun Han .... ink and paint artist: TMS (as Mi Hyun Ann)
Ed Haney .... background layout artist
Ed Haney .... character designer
Ed Haney .... character layout and posing artist
Chuck Harvey .... character layout and posing artist
Katsufumi Haryu .... background artist: TMS (as Katsufumi Hariu)
Dan Haskett .... character designer
Dan Haskett .... character layout and posing artist
Yoko Hatta .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Robert Haverland .... key background layout artist (as Robert Havaland)
Masako Hayashi .... inbetween artist: TMS
Randy Haycock .... character layout and posing artist
Tenny Henson .... character layout and posing artist
Tenny Henson .... key background layout artist
Soo Hyang Heo .... inbetween artist: TMS
Naoko Higuchi .... background artist: TMS
Kazuko Hirai .... inbetween artist: TMS
Norihiro Hiraki .... background artist: TMS
Emiko Hirama .... inbetween artist: TMS
Garrett Ho .... character layout and posing artist
Seong Hee Hong .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Midori Ikegami .... background artist: TMS
Tatsurô Iseri .... background artist: TMS (as Tatsurou Iseri)
Akiko Itoh .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Yoshitake Iwakami .... inbetween artist: TMS
Karl Jacobs .... animation checker
Song Hi Jun .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Kenji Kamiyama .... background artist: TMS
Robin D. Kane .... ink and paint artist
Keiko Kaneki .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Atsunori Katoh .... inbetween artist: TMS
Mayumi Kawaguchi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Takashi Kawaguchi .... key animator: TMS
Gil Sun Kim .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Gun Ha Kim .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Myeong Soon Kim .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Tomohide Kimura .... inbetween artist: TMS
Yoshiko Kimura .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Yukishiro Kobayashi .... background artist: TMS
John Koch .... background layout artist
Hiroko Kondô .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Mutsuo Koseki .... background artist: TMS
Masaki Kudô .... key animator: TMS (as Masaaki Kudo)
Naoko Kurishima .... background artist: TMS
Satoshi Kuroda .... background artist: TMS
Eun Kyoung Kwon .... inbetween artist: TMS
Hiromi Kôno .... background artist: TMS
In Ja Lee .... inbetween artist: TMS (as In Za Lee)
Jang Woo Lee .... character layout and posing artist
Art Leonardi .... character designer
Lisa Leonardi-Knight .... model mark-up (as Lisa Leonardi)
Jenny Lerew .... character layout and posing artist
Stephen Lewis .... background layout artist (as Steven Lewis)
Pamela Long .... color key artist
Leandro Martinez .... background layout artist
Toshihiko Masuda .... animation director: TMS
Masayo Matsumoto .... key animator: TMS
Yukiko Matsushita .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Enrique May .... character layout and posing artist
Norm McCabe .... timing director
Alex McCrae .... background layout artist
Alex McCrae .... character designer
Yoshinobu Michihata .... key animator: TMS
Rusty Mills .... character layout and posing artist
Hiroko Minowa .... key animator: TMS
Toshiharu Mizutani .... background artist: TMS
Gale Morgan .... background layout artist
Noriko Morikawa .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Masato Mukai .... animation checker: TMS
Terry Lee Mullen .... character layout and posing artist (as Terry Mullen)
Terry Lee Mullen .... key background layout artist (as Terry Mullen)
Bunny Munns .... color key artist
Ron Myrick .... character layout and posing artist (as Ron Myreck)
Yuji Nakamura .... key animator: TMS
Keiko Nakanishi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Miki Nakanishi .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Yôji Nakaza .... background artist: TMS
Mineko Nakazawa .... background artist: TMS
Shoujirou Nishimi .... key animator: TMS
Greg Nocon .... character layout and posing artist
Hiroaki Noguchi .... key animator: TMS
Eric Nordberg .... ink and paint artist
Shiho Ogawa .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Miki Okuda .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Tadayuki Okuyama .... inbetween artist: TMS
Rolando Oliva .... background color designer
Taku Omori .... inbetween artist: TMS
John Over .... character layout and posing artist
Hye Young Park .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Jeannie Paynter .... character designer
Jeannie Paynter .... character layout and posing artist
Marc Perry .... character layout and posing artist
Cynthia Petrovic .... character layout and posing artist
Hugh Pettibone .... background layout artist
Chris Reccardi .... character layout and posing artist
Greg Reyna .... layout supervisor
Greg Reyna .... timing director
Mike Reyna .... overseas animation supervisor
Keiko Sakurayashiki .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Louis Scarborough Jr. .... character layout and posing artist (as Lou Scarborough)
Marc Schirmeister .... character layout and posing artist
Larry Scholl .... character layout and posing artist
Brian Sebern .... background color designer
Brian Sebern .... background color supervisor
Eric Semones .... background color designer
Yukiko Shimizu .... inbetween artist: TMS
Jay Won So .... character layout and posing artist (as Jason So)
Martin Strudler .... background layout artist (as Marty Strudler)
Koichi Suenaga .... key animator: TMS
Seiji Sugawara .... background artist: TMS
Tomoko Sugawara .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Kim Min Sun .... inbetween artist: TMS (as Min Sun Kim)
Tsutomu Suzuki .... inbetween artist: TMS
Tomoyuki Tajima .... inbetween artist: TMS
Natsuko Takahashi .... animation checker: TMS
Kazuhiro Takamura .... inbetween artist: TMS
Yôko Takanori .... inbetween artist: TMS
Hiroko Takatani .... animation checker: TMS
Kazuyoshi Takeuchi .... key animator: TMS
Teiichi Takiguchi .... key animator: TMS
Masako Tamura .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Tomoko Tamura .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Satoshi Tanabe .... inbetween artist: TMS
Setsuya Tanabe .... inbetween artist: TMS
Atsuko Tanaka .... key animator: TMS
Heihachiro Tanaka .... key animator: TMS (as Heihachirou Tanaka)
Yuko Tanaka .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Bruce Timm .... character designer
Nobuo Tomizawa .... key animator: TMS
Kazuhide Tomonaga .... animation director: TMS
Yumiko Tsujii .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Bob Tyler .... character layout and posing artist
Tatsuya Uetsu .... inbetween artist: TMS
Takayo Umemori .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Ok La Van .... inbetween artist: TMS
Glenn V. Vilppu .... background layout artist (as Glenn Vilppu)
Charles Visser .... character layout and posing artist
David West .... background layout artist
David West .... character layout and posing artist
David West .... layout supervisor
Larry Whitaker .... character layout and posing artist (as Larry Whittaker)
Arnie Wong .... character layout and posing artist
Patricia Wong .... character designer (as Pat Wong)
Patricia Wong .... character layout and posing artist (as Pat Wong)
Ok Ja Yang .... inbetween artist: TMS
Yûichirô Yano .... key animator: TMS (as Yuichiro Yano)
Masaya Yasutome .... inbetween artist: TMS
Mayu Yazawa .... inbetween artist: TMS
Kathryn Yelsa .... background color designer
Hisao Yokobori .... key animator: TMS
Yukihiro Yokoyama .... background artist: TMS
Chikako Yoshimura .... ink and paint artist: TMS (as Chikako Yosimura)
Hiroko Yoshizawa .... key animator: TMS
Keiko Yozawa .... inbetween artist: TMS
Young Lon Yun .... ink and paint artist: TMS
Kazushige Yusa .... key animator: TMS
Bruce Zick .... key background layout artist
Editorial Department
Joe Gall .... supervising film editor
Yoshihiro Kasahara .... editor: TMS
Mary Nelson-Duerrstein .... negative cutter
Jay Weinman .... videotape supervisor
Music Department
Patricia Carlin .... supervising music editor
Robert Fernandez .... music scoring mixer (as Bob Fernandez)
Stanley B. Gill .... music recordist
Tom Lavin .... music editor
Don Nemitz .... orchestrator
Rick Riccio .... music scoring mixer
J. Eric Schmidt .... orchestrator (as Eric Schmidt)
Ken Watson .... music contractor
Other crew
Bret Taylor Babos .... production assistant (as Bret Babos)
Sean-Paul Cruz .... production assistant
Steve Donmyer .... production assistant (as Steve Donmeyer)
Richard D. Freeman .... production assistant (as Richard Freeman)
Junko Fujime .... translator: TMS
Keiichiro Furuya .... traffic: TMS
Glen Gagnon .... production administrator
Erin Keeler Hufford .... production assistant (as Erin Keeler)
Tetsuya Iwasaki .... traffic: TMS
Hsiang-Lan Lee .... translator: TMS
Kathryn Page .... production assistant
Richard Pursel .... production assistant
Andrea Romano .... voice director
Ken Ross .... production assistant
Yuji Segawa .... traffic: TMS
Paul Trandahl .... production assistant
Douglas Wood .... story consultant: Amblin (as Doug Wood)
Christopher Keenan .... production assistant (uncredited)

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79 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp (VHS rating) | Australia:G | Canada:G (VHS and DVD rating) | Canada:PG (VHS) | France:Tous publics | Germany:6 | Norway:5 (VHS rating) | UK:U | USA:Not Rated

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The hitchhiker that Hampton's parent's pick up is a spoof of both Letherface from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', Jason Voorhees from 'Friday the 13th' and John Ryder from 'The Hitcher'.See more »
Miscellaneous: The USA DVD incorrectly states that it only includes English and Spanish audio and subtitles, but it also has Portuguese audio and subtitles as well.See more »
[Buster is forced to marry Big Daddy Boo's daughters]
Buster Bunny:I can't marry all three of them, that's bigamy!
Big Daddy Boo:No, that's big o'me!
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Spoofs Animal Crackers (1930)See more »
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A great feature-length film version of a classic animated series., 2 August 2008
Author: Stefan Ellison from Canada

It is in the opinion of this reviewer that the best time to be a child was in the 1990's, a period when cartoons were not heavily censored and talented and creative minds were responsible for some of the best family entertainment to hit the air-waves. The best producers of Saturday morning animation were at Warner Brothers Television, who experienced a major Golden Age with the dream-team of Steven Spielberg, Tom Ruegger and Paul Dini. Along with serious and dark series like Batman, they also revived zany, outlandish cartoons made famous by the Looney Tunes. Animaniacs was the biggest hitter with its dark adult humour and homages to the celluloid of yesteryear and today, but Tiny Toon Adventures was equally popular by re-inventing the Looney Tunes for a new generation, while still keeping that crazy cartoon violence and intelligent comedy that can hold onto any age group, no matter how old. Even when the Tiny Toons were stretched to a feature-length with How I Spent My Vacation, it did not feel like a longer episode of the television series, a curse that so often plagues other feature-length adaptations of popular animated shows.

The Tiny Toon Gang are young off-springs of the classic cartoon characters who made audiences laugh back in the 1940's and 1950's and are currently learning cartoon comedy to "earn their Toon Degree." Summer Vacation has started and each character has their own idea of what to do. Buster Bunny (Charles Adler) and Babs Bunny (Tress MacNeille) start a water gun fight which ultimately leads to Acme Acres getting flooded and them both sailing down the Mississippi. Plucky Duck (Joe Alaskey) joins Hamton Pig (Don Messick) on a cross-country car trip to the Happiest Theme Park in the World, but Hamton's family proves to be more difficult than he imagined. Meanwhile, in other stories scattered throughout, Elmyra Duff (Cree Summer) tries to find a cat to hug and squeeze, Fifi Le Fume (Kath Soucie) attempts to go out on a date with her favourite skunk star and Shirley the Loon (Gail Matthius) goes to the cinema with a loud-mouth Fowlmouth (Rob Paulen).

While the premise sounds thin for a feature-length film, the many directors and screenwriters make all the stories work well together. The best of these is Plucky's unfortunate road trip, which utilises a golden comedic opportunity very well: feeling pity for somebody, while also laughing at their predicament. Plucky's annoyed reaction to all the bad things that happen to him are a perfect blend of script and animation, all in the confines of a small car stuffed with pork. Elmyra's story definitely ranks second just to see how a little, almost innocent girl can cause fear into so many jungle animals. The aforementioned cartoon violence definitely comes to the fore-front with Buster and Babs' story, which makes us smile not only due to the hilarity of the outcomes, but also nostalgically, since Ruegger and company would probably not be allowed to show half of what they do in that segment. Practically half of that segment plays as a parody and homage to Deliverance, including a clever twist on the dueling banjos scene, featuring the unforgettable Tiny Toon Adventures theme song.

Part of the universal appeal of the Tiny Toons is that the humour proves to be very intelligent as it targets subjects with a ferocity that proves that it does not at all deserve the title of "children's fare" that people seem to slap it with. An entire segment featuring Fowlmouth's poor etiquette at the cinema pokes fun at yappers in a note-perfect way, along with an additional jab at Lucasfilm's THX logo. That scene is done so perfectly that it should be featured before every cinema showing. There are also a couple of moments that poke fun at Disney World, cinematic plot holes and even Warner's legal department. The fact that today's cartoons are bland and un-creative makes those intelligent moments even more treasuring as there probably will not be another animated series that will come close.

After watching How I Spent My Vacation for the first time in many years, I can say with all certainty that they do not make cartoons quite like they used to. With the ongoing censorship that today's family entertainment receive, one wonders whether anything like this will ever be made again. This review is not only a recommendation of a truly smart film, but also a plea for Spielberg, Ruegger and Dini to team up again and bring forth a magical creation to our minds once again. Lord knows that the children of the twenty-first century is in need for something with the intelligence of Tiny Toon Adventures. This is not a simple cash-grab, it is a wonderful film with full of spirit, madcap mayhem and hilarity.

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