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17 March 1993 (USA) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Paige Turco ... April O'Neil

Stuart Wilson ... Walker

Sab Shimono ... Lord Norinaga

Vivian Wu ... Mitsu
Mark Caso ... Leonardo

Corey Feldman ... Donatello (voice)
Matt Hill ... Raphael
Jim Raposa ... Donatello
David Fraser ... Michaelangelo

Elias Koteas ... Casey Jones / Whit

James Murray ... Splinter

Eidan Hanzei ... Kenshin (as Henry Hayashi)

John Aylward ... Niles
Mak Takano ... Benkei - Honor Guard #1
Steve Akahoshi ... Honor Guard #2 (as Steven Getson Akahoshi)
Kent Kim ... Honor Guard #3

Ken Kensei ... Honor Guard #4
Travis A. Moon ... Yoshi
Tad Horino ... Grandfather

Glen Chin ... Jailer
Koichi Sakamoto ... Young Priest
Tracy Conklin ... Sam (as Tracy Patrick Conklin)
Edmund Stone ... Dave
Jeff Kawasugi ... Murota
Phil Chong ... Rider
Yeon Kim ... Blacksmith

Robbie Rist ... Michaelangelo (voice) (as Robbie Rist®)

Brian Tochi ... Leonardo (voice)
Tim Kelleher ... Raphael (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony Marquez ... Guard (uncredited)
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Directed by
Stuart Gillard 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Kevin Eastman (based on characters created by) and
Peter Laird (based on characters created by)

Stuart Gillard (written by)

Produced by
David Chan .... producer
Raymond Chow .... executive producer
Roberta Chow .... associate producer
Kim Dawson .... producer
Thomas K. Gray .... producer
Terry Morse Jr. .... co-producer (as Terry Morse)
Gary Propper .... produced in association with
 
Original Music by
John Du Prez 
 
Cinematography by
David Gurfinkel (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
William D. Gordean 
James R. Symons 
 
Casting by
Dianne Crittenden 
 
Production Design by
Roy Forge Smith 
 
Art Direction by
Mayne Berke  (as Mayne Schuyler Berke)
 
Set Decoration by
Ronald R. Reiss 
 
Costume Design by
Ha Nguyen 
 
Makeup Department
Steven Mack .... hair stylist: second unit
Mary Kay Morse .... makeup artist: second unit
Mona Orr .... hair stylist
Martha Preciado .... key makeup artist (as Martha Cecilia)
Blake Shepard .... additional makeup artist (as Blake L. Shepard)
R. Stephen Weber .... additional makeup artist
 
Production Management
Art Levinson .... unit production manager: second unit
Terry Morse Jr. .... production manager (as Terry Morse)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
D. Scott Easton .... first assistant director: second unit
Stuart B. Hagen .... second assistant director (as Stuart Hagen)
Terry Leonard .... additional second unit director (as Terry J. Leonard)
Michael D. Moore .... second unit director (as Micky Moore)
John G. Scotti .... second assistant director: second unit
Michael A. Williams .... first assistant director (as Michael Williams)
Phil Dupont .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Jo Brown .... paint foreperson (as Jo Lumpkin Brown)
Tracy Farrington .... property master
Jess Gonchor .... assistant art director
Terry Kempf .... construction foreman
Allen Lafferty .... construction foreman
G. Lynn Maughan .... construction foreman
Michael McCombe .... greensman (as Michael J. McCombe)
Michael Sexton .... property master: second unit (as Mike G. Sexton)
W. Wayne Walser .... construction coordinator (as Wayne Walser)
Toni J. Wolf .... master scenic artist
Heath Berke .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jerry T. Harris .... painter (uncredited)
Bruce Robert Hill .... set designer (uncredited)
Joel Jaspan .... carpenter (uncredited)
Allen Lafferty .... sculptor (uncredited)
Charles R. Lipscomb .... lead man (uncredited)
Aaron Newton .... propmaker (uncredited)
Mike Smithson .... character sculptor (uncredited)
Jason Walser .... carpenter (uncredited)
Bob Warner .... painter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Willy Allen .... sound effects editor
Karen Baker Landers .... assistant sound editor (as Karen Baker)
Kevin Bartnof .... foley artist
Lon Bender .... sound supervisor (as Lon E. Bender)
Bob Bowman .... assistant sound editor
Michael C. Casper .... supervising re-recording mixer
Giovanni Di Simone .... sound mixer: second unit
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor (as Dino DiMuro)
Richard Dwan Jr. .... dialogue editor
Tom Gerard .... sound re-recording mixer (as Thomas Gerard)
Scott Martin Gershin .... sound effects editor
Laura Graham .... adr editor
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Victor Iorillo .... sound effects editor
Robert Janiger .... sound mixer
Constance A. Kazmer .... adr editor
Larry Kemp .... sound supervisor
Kraig Kishi .... boom operator: second unit
Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor (as Mark A. Lanza)
John LaPage .... cableman: second unit
Judson Leach .... assistant sound editor
Daniel J. Leahy .... sound re-recording mixer (as Daniel Leahy)
Steven O'Dell .... cableman
Karin Roulo .... foley mixer
George W. Scott .... boom operator
Tanya Sharp David .... adr mixer
Daniel Sperry .... stereo consultant: Dolby
Bill Voigtlander .... supervising adr editor
Marshall Winn .... dialogue editor
Richard Dwan Jr. .... adr editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Eric Allard .... additional puppeteer
Eric Allard .... creature effects supervisor: All Effects Company
Eric Allard .... creature effects: All Effects Company
Tony Allard .... crew: All Effects Company
Hunter Anderson .... crew: All Effects Company
Brent Armstrong .... crew: All Effects Company
Stuart Artingstall .... crew: All Effects Company
Evie Betz .... crew: All Effects Company
Lincoln Bond .... crew: All Effects Company
Larry W. Bowman .... crew: All Effects Company (as Larry Bowman)
Ralph Cobos .... shop foreman: All Effects Company
Janna Crawford .... crew: All Effects Company
Steven Carlton Ficke .... special effects foreman: second unit (as Steven Ficke)
Claire Flewin .... crew: All Effects Company
Terri Fluker .... crew: All Effects Company
Werner Hahnlein .... special effects foreman
Robert Hanks .... crew: All Effects Company
Michael Hood .... special effects manufacturer: special armor, Precision Effects Ltd.
Mike Jones .... crew: All Effects Company (as Michael Jones)
Douglas D. Kelley .... crew: All Effects Company (as Doug Kelley)
Tad Krzanowski .... crew: All Effects Company
Young Kwon .... crew: All Effects Company
Tim Lawrence .... animatronic puppeteer: Splinter
David Lemmen .... crew: All Effects Company (as Dave Lemmen)
Rick Lyon .... animatronic puppeteer: Donatello
Noel MacNeal .... animatronic puppeteer: Raphael
Jim Martin .... animatronic puppeteer: Leonardo
Kathleen Masset .... crew: All Effects Company
Joseph P. Mercurio .... special effects supervisor
Vincent Montefusco .... special effects supervisor: second unit (as Vince Montefusco)
Gilbert A. Mosko .... crew: All Effects Company (as Gil Mosko)
James Murray .... animatronic puppeteer: Splinter
Eve Niemand .... crew: All Effects Company
Maxine Patterson .... crew: All Effects Company
Dwight Roberts .... additional puppeteer
Dwight Roberts .... mechanical foreman: All Effects Company
Gord Robertson .... animatronic puppeteer: Michaelangelo (as Gordon Robertson)
Gord Robertson .... chief puppeteer (as Gordon Robertson)
Dawn M. Severdia .... creature shop coordinator: All Effects Company (as Dawn Severdia)
Tarun Sharma .... crew: All Effects Company
Rick Stratton .... creature effects co-supervisor: All Effects Company
Lisa Sturz .... animatronic puppeteer: Splinter (as Lisa Aimee Sturz)
Catherine Tharp .... crew: All Effects Company
Rob Tharp .... crew: All Effects Company
Robert Wilcox .... electronics foreman: All Effects Company (as Bob Wilcox)
Gary D. Bierend .... animatronics technician (uncredited)
Beecher Tomlinson .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Rene Clark .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Richard Cross .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Robin L. D'Arcy .... production coordinator: Perpetual Motion Pictures (as Robin D'Arcy)
Heather Davis Baker .... animation: Perpetual Motion Pictures (as Heather Davis)
Heather Davis Baker .... rotoscope: Perpetual Motion Pictures (as Heather Davis)
Stephen DeLollis .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Charles L. Finance .... executive producer: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Larry Fioritto .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Robert Habros .... optical supervisor: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Paul Howarth .... optical camera: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Wesley Maddox .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures (as Wes Maddox)
Richard Malzahn .... visual effects supervisor: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Jeffrey A. Okun .... visual effects supervisor
Pierre Rouger .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Jesse Silver .... matte artist: Perpetual Motion Pictures
Scott Sohan .... optical camera: Perpetual Motion Pictures
David Spencer .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures
J.D. Streett .... stage crew: Perpetual Motion Pictures (as J. D. Streett)
 
Stunts
Barbara Bernhardt .... assistant martial arts choreographer (as Barbara Goldstone)
Barbara Bernhardt .... stunts
Will Cascio .... stunts
Phil Chong .... stunts
Danny E. Glover .... stunts
Steven Ho .... turtle fight double: Donatello
Shishir Inocalla .... turtle fight double: Michaelangelo (as Allan Shishir Inocalla)
Pat E. Johnson .... martial arts choreographer
Pat E. Johnson .... stunt coordinator
Larry Lam .... turtle fight double: Leonardo
Gary Lauder .... stunts
Alan Liu .... stunts
Bobby Lovgren .... stunts
Anthony Marquez .... stunts
David McKeown .... stunts
William Morts .... stunts
Ho-Sung Pak .... turtle fight double: Raphael (as Ho Sung Pak)
Hoyoung Pak .... stunts (as Ho Young Pak)
Nick Palma .... stunts
James Pratt .... stunts (as Jim Pratt)
Danny Virtue .... horse stunts staging
Danny Virtue .... stunts
Mark Warrick .... stunts (as Mark Warrack)
Tony Lee Boggs .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Dale Frye .... stunts (uncredited)
Bruce Le .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Anthony Marquez .... stunt double: Leonardo (uncredited)
Carlos Pesina .... stunt double: Elias Koteas (uncredited)
Bill Shaw .... stunt fighter (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alex Barraza .... best boy: second unit (as Alex Barrazo)
Chuck Colwell .... additional director of photography: second unit
Michael L. Colwell .... key grip: second unit (as Michael Colwell)
Doug Dale .... gaffer: second unit
Mark Shane Davis .... key grip
George Allen Denson .... video technician: second unit
Sam Gart .... first assistant photographer
Ted H. Hauser .... first assistant photographer: second unit (as Ted Hauser)
Robert Isenberg .... still photographer
Brent L. Jones .... best boy (as Brent Jones)
Keith Kelsay .... first assistant photographer
Tom May .... key grip: second unit (as Tommy May)
Rexford L. Metz .... director of photography: second unit (as Rexford Metz)
Leo J. Napolitano .... camera operator: second unit (as Leo Napolitano)
Jay Nefcy .... camera operator: second unit
Louis Niemeyer .... first assistant photographer: second unit (as Louis A. Niemeyer)
Daniel Pershing .... dolly grip
Reinhart 'Rayteam' Peschke .... gaffer (as Reinhart 'Raybeam' Peschke)
Frank Scheidbach .... best boy
Peter S. Smith .... best boy: second unit
Joseph D. Steuben .... camera operator
David Taylor .... second assistant photographer: second unit
Sebastian Vega .... first assistant photographer: second unit
Rick Whitfield .... video technician
Mike Wright .... best boy: second unit
John 'Ziggy' Ziegler .... second assistant photographer (as John Ziegler)
Brett Mabry .... electrician (uncredited)
Aaron Newton .... grip: second unit (uncredited)
Jason Newton .... company grip (uncredited)
Scott Walters .... second unit electrician (uncredited)
Pax Whitfield .... video assist operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Carol Lukens .... casting: Oregon, A. M. Casting Associates
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Billy Bryan .... costume foreman: All Effects Company (as Bill Bryan)
Michelle Custance .... key costumer: second unit (as Michelle Marie Custance)
Elisabeth Fry .... set costumer
Christine Heinz .... costume supervisor
Leslie Joyce .... key costumer
Leigh Leverett .... set costumer: second unit
Marienne O'Brien .... set costumer
Jeanette McKenzie Reed .... set costumer
Dodie Shepard .... additional costume designer
Christopher Gilman .... costumes (uncredited)
Peter Greenwood .... effects costume technician (uncredited)
Hans Meier .... costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
John Currin .... assistant film editor
Gregory Gontz .... assistant film editor
Bob Kaiser .... color timer
Margaret Liu .... apprentice editor
Joe Fineman .... post-production consultant (uncredited)
John Hendrickson .... assistant apprentice editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Stu Cantor .... music supervision
Brad Dechter .... orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent .... contractor
Murray Deutch .... music supervision
Tom Kramer .... music editor
Larry Mah .... scoring mixer
Darren Mora .... assistant engineer
John Richards .... orchestral scoring mixer
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
George Evans .... transportation captain
Jon McCarthy .... transportation coordinator (as Jon R. McCarthy)
Scott Doyle .... transportation (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Mark Bakunas .... production accountant
Mike Casey .... unit publicist (as Michael Casey)
James Cohen .... key set production assistant
David Dempsey .... set production assistant: second unit
Laurie Dodsworth .... payroll accountant (as Laurie A. Dodsworth)
Daniel Frisch .... assistant accountant (as Daniel S. Frisch)
Lai Ho .... technical advisor
Rich Jensen .... production assistant
Pat E. Johnson .... martial arts choreographer
David Tai Vim Lai .... technical advisor (as David Lai)
Chia-Liang Liu .... technical advisor (as Kar Leung Lau)
Joe Lotito .... set production assistant: second unit (as Joseph E. Lotito)
Rick Lyon .... animatronic puppeteer: "Donatello"
James Matsumoto .... technical advisor: Japan
Karon May .... script supervisor
Sean McCarron .... key set production assistant: second unit
Marlene Pivnick .... production executive
Scott Quigley .... assistant: Mr. Gillard
Lee Michelle Rubenstein .... production assistant (as Lee Rubenstein)
Annette Serena .... production coordinator
Peter D. Steinbroner .... production associate
Jules Stewart .... script supervisor: second unit (as Jules Mann-Stewart)
John W. Stuart .... production comptroller
Chris Tsongas .... production assistant (as Christopher G. Tsongas)
Coco Wong .... assistant production comptroller
Danny Virtue .... horse wrangler (uncredited)
 
Thanks
E. David Blum .... special thanks: Oregon Division of State Lands
Mark Freedman .... special thanks
Renay Freedman .... special thanks
Cindy L. Howe .... special thanks: City of Astoria, Oregon (as Cindy Howe)
Glenn W. Jacques .... special thanks: Cavenham Forest Industries
Cheryl Prindle .... special thanks: Mirage Studios
Jim Prindle .... special thanks: Mirage Studios
Michael Ramsdell .... special thanks: City of Astoria, Oregon
Karen Runkel .... special thanks: Oregon Economic Development Department Film and Video Section
Ben Shaw .... special thanks: City of Astoria, Oregon
Willis Van Dusen .... special thanks: City of Astoria, Oregon (as Mayor Willis Van Dusen)
Lane Wintermute .... special thanks: Astoria, Oregon Fire Department
David Woolson .... special thanks: Oregon Economic Development Department Film and Video Section (as David Woolsen)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time" - USA (DVD box title), USA (working title)
"Mutant Ninja Turtles 3" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for swashbuckling violence and mild language
Runtime:
96 min
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Color:
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:PG | Finland:K-12/9 | France:U | Germany:6 (original rating) (cut) | Germany:6 (re-rating) (2003) (uncut) | Iceland:L (original rating) | Iceland:12 (video rating) | Norway:11 (video premiere) | Portugal:M/6 | Singapore:PG | Spain:T | Sweden:11 | UK:PG (original rating) (cut) | UK:PG (video rating) | USA:PG
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
In the original comics, the Time Scepter is normally associated with and used by Lord Simultaneous and his timestress apprentice Renet. They often encounter Savanti Romero. None of these characters appear in this film.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When April's walkman first starts playing after she arrives in Japan, the headphones are not plugged in, yet the music is still audible.See more »
Quotes:
Michaelangelo:Do you think they had pizza back then?See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Geraldo Rivera Show" (1987)See more »
Soundtrack:
William Tell OvertureSee more »

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25 out of 43 people found the following review useful.
More like Teenage Mutant Ninja Toilets, 28 February 2005
Author: mentalcritic from Southern Hemisphere

Like a lot of prepubescent children in 1989 or 1990, my imagination was captured by this new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fad. I remember sitting down and watching an interview with the creators, a pair of comic book authors who chose to go the independent route and gamble on their own ability to succeed. They were lucky enough to win against the odds, at least for a time, but in this interview, they also mentioned something about believing the phenomenon would go on forever. Well, the Turtles are still selling on comic book stands, and you can still see some of their adventures on DVD, but as to whether it survived the 1990s is a matter of opinion.

The first feature film, complete with man-sized turtles played by actors in suits, was a low-budget triumph. Indeed, the dominance of Golden Harvest studios in Hong Kong martial arts cinema can easily be traced back to their winning of the rights to do the original film. With a little help from the Jim Henson workshop and some well-cast B-actors in key support roles, the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film was a major success that utterly dumbfounded the studio system. What is even more surprising is how the film did not go in the easy "we're primarily marketing to children, so we can be patronising" route that most children's entertainment follows.

That last point is where the first sequel, and this one in particular, went wrong. By the time 1993 rolled around, the Turtles fad had more or less utterly died, replaced by a far longer-lasting fascination with The Simpsons. As a direct result, the budget allocated by Golden Harvest to the third Turtles film was a mere fraction of that allotted to the first film. This is most obvious in the turtles themselves. Sure, they are still portrayed by men in suits, and those suits are still maintained by the Henson workshop, but the overall tone of the turtles' skin and the motion of their mouths indicates that Golden Harvest told the Henson workshop that they just wanted something passable. Given that the first film was dedicated to Jim because it was one of the last things he worked on before he died, this is quite the sad come-down.

Another major problem is in the tone of the story. While the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will never be confused with the likes of RoboCop, the first film went back to the roots of the original comic book and depicted a world that was, for all intents, rather dark. There was a bare hint that being a 5'6" turtle with consciousness was not all it was cracked up to be, unlike the utopia implied by the afternoon cartoon series. There was acrimony, grief, rage, and a million other things that children's entertainment seems to believe we cannot really handle now or ever. That was what turned Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into Golden Harvest's big breakaway hit.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, also known as Turtles In Time, picks up with the turtles milling around their sewer hideout with Splinter (who now looks like a shag carpet with eyes). When April shows up with a bunch of items she found at a garage sale, she happens upon an ancient artifact that transports her back in time to feudal Japan. The turtles, in their usual confused weird-species adolescent fervour, take it upon themselves to go back and rescue her, because we all know how an adolescent turtle would go all bug-eyed at the thought of rescuing a woman who looks anything like Paige Turco.

Elias Koteas, the real star of the original film, gets to jump back in here, but the character he is best known for spends most of his time eating pizza, watching over a bunch of Japanese soldiers who changed places in time with the turtles (don't ask), and sharing conversation with the shag carpet that Splinter turned into. For the rest of the time, he plays one of the English scoundrels who are trading with the Japanese monarchs. Yeah, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Nor does it particularly excite the viewer. In fact, much like the previous film, the fight sequences are so toned-down and PG-fied that the adults in the audience will fall asleep. Or worse yet, just use this film as a kind of artificial babysitter, which I somehow doubt was what Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird had in mind for their original creations. I don't doubt that they were trying to reach the widest possible audience, but as this film proves, the more you try to please everyone, the more you wind up pleasing no one.

I gave Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III a one out of ten. There are moments when it gets bad enough to be funny. The problem is that there are just not enough such moments to justify this film for all but the most hardcore fans of the turtles. And since the most serious fans would all be at least twenty years old by now, well, let us just say this film has its work cut out for it pleasing even that audience.

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