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The Baby-Sitters Club -- Based on the best-selling book series about seven friends whose babysitting business leads to adventure.
The Baby-Sitters Club -- It's the story about seven very different best friends, and one summer that will bring them together like never before.
The Baby-Sitters Club -- It's the story about seven very different best friends, and one summer that will bring them together like never before.


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Writers (WGA):
Ann M. Martin (book)
Dalene Young (written by)
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Release Date:
18 August 1995 (USA) See more »
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Seven junior-high-school girls organize a daycare camp for children while at the same time experiencing classic adolescent growing pains. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Schuyler Fisk ... Kristy Thomas

Bre Blair ... Stacey McGill

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Mary Anne Spier

Larisa Oleynik ... Dawn Schafer

Tricia Joe ... Claudia Kishi

Stacy Linn Ramsower ... Mallory Pike

Zelda Harris ... Jessi Ramsey

Vanessa Zima ... Rosie Wilder

Christian Oliver ... Luca

Brooke Adams ... Elizabeth Thomas Brewer

Bruce Davison ... Watson Brewer
Jessica Needham ... Karen Brewer

Ellen Burstyn ... Emily Haberman
Asher Metchik ... Jackie Rodowsky

Austin O'Brien ... Logan Bruno

Marla Sokoloff ... Margarite 'Cokie' Mason

Ashlee Turner ... Bebe
Natanya Ross ... Grace
Katie Earle ... Nina Marshall

Scarlett Pomers ... Suzi Barrett

Kyla Pratt ... Becca Ramsey

Annie Costner ... Annie

Lily Costner ... Lily
David Quittman ... Buddy Barrett
Jonah Bliss ... Nicky Pike
Josh Berman ... Ricky
Emmy Yu ... Emmy / Camper

E.J. De La Pena ... Jonas (as E.J. de la Peña)
Madison Fisk ... Beth
Cleo Brock-Abraham ... Cleo
Lance O'Reilly ... Matt
Bridget Kate Geraghty ... Vanessa Pike
Erica Hess ... Margie Klinger
Samantha Alanis ... Charlotte Johanssen

Aaron Michael Metchik ... Alan Gray (as Aaron Metchik)

Peter Horton ... Patrick Thomas
Jeffrey Quittman ... Jamie Newton

Colleen Camp ... Maureen McGill
Teddy Dale ... David Michael Thomas

Robin Swid ... Brookes

Richard Guiton ... Mark

Peter Gregory ... Bouncer
Candy Trabuco ... Cabbie (as Candy Trabucco)

Harris Yulin ... Harold

Aixa Clemente ... Louise
Nancy Mette ... Sheila
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Melanie Mayron ... Waitress (uncredited)

Directed by
Melanie Mayron 
Writing credits
Ann M. Martin (book series)

Dalene Young (written by)

Produced by
Marc Abraham .... executive producer
Peter O. Almond .... producer
Armyan Bernstein .... executive producer
Thomas A. Bliss .... executive producer
Eileen Cowel .... associate producer
Deborah Forte .... executive producer
Maria Gillen .... associate producer
Martin Keltz .... executive producer
Jane Startz .... producer
Tina Stern .... co-producer
Original Music by
David Michael Frank 
Cinematography by
Willy Kurant (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Christopher Greenbury 
Casting by
Mary Gail Artz 
Barbara Cohen 
Production Design by
Larry Fulton 
Art Direction by
Charles Collum 
Set Decoration by
Douglas A. Mowat  (as Douglas Mowat)
Costume Design by
Susie DeSanto 
Makeup Department
Louisa V. Anthony .... assistant hair stylist (as Louisa Anthony)
Kathryn Fenton .... makeup artist (as Kathryn Kelly)
Joseph Regina .... key makeup artist
Cheri Ruff .... hair stylist
Taurance F. Williams .... assistant hair stylist: Ms. Lori Scrignoli
Production Management
Phyllis Amdurer .... post-production supervisor
David Dwiggins .... assistant unit production manager
Tina Stern .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Yudi Bennett .... first assistant director
Robert A. Neft .... second second assistant director (as Rob Neft)
Daniel Silverberg .... second assistant director
Rosemarie Unite .... dga trainee (as Rose Unite)
Diana E. Williams .... second second assistant director (as Diana Williams)
Art Department
Peter Borck .... leadman
Daniel Bradford .... set designer
Adam Braid .... set dresser
Keith P. Cunningham .... set designer (as Keith Cunningham)
Jeffrey Paul Johnson .... assistant property master
Ray Maxwell .... construction coordinator
Eugene McCarthy .... property master
Robert Piser .... scenic artist
Cynthia C. Rebman .... on-set dresser
Mark Schouten .... general forman
Amy Skjonsby-Winslow .... art department production assistant (as Amy K. Skjonsby-Winslow)
Macie Vener .... art department production assistant (as Macie Jill Vener)
Chris L. Winslow .... lead scenic artist
D.W. Kann .... third assistant property master (uncredited)
Christopher Patrick Nolan .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Thomas Giordano .... cable person
Evelyn Hokanson .... foley mixer (as Evelyn Hokanson Nickle)
David J. Hudson .... sound re-recording mixer (as David Hudson)
Jonathan Karp .... sound editor
Edmund J. Lachmann .... sound editor (as Ed Lachmann)
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Barbara McCart .... adr recordist
Barbara McCart .... foley recordist
Matthew McFadden .... boom operator (as Matthew J. McFadden)
Marvin Moore .... assistant sound editor
Stewart Nelsen .... sound editor (as Stewart Nelson)
Darren Paskal .... supervising sound editor
Tayler Paskal .... assistant sound editor
Jeffrey Perkins .... sound re-recording mixer
David M. Ronne .... production sound mixer (as David Ronne)
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
D. Chris Smith .... supervising sound effects editor
John C. Stuver .... sound editor (as John Stuver)
Christina Tucker .... adr artist
Kaitlyn Walker .... adr artist
Ben Wilkins .... supervising sound editor
Shawn Willms .... assistant sound editor
Reid A. Woodbury Jr. .... supervising dialogue editor (as Reid Woodbury Jr.)
Special Effects by
Josh Hakian .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Dan Winthrop .... opticals
Pat Romano .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jon Archibald .... best boy grip (as Jon C. Archibald)
Dustin Blauvelt .... camera operator
Kevin Brown .... electrician
Don Cerrone .... key grip
Jacob Cerrone .... grip
Peter Cornford .... electrician
Eugene C. DePasquale .... grip (as Eugene de Pasquale III)
David Diamond .... electrician
Scott Drinon .... dolly grip
Sam Emerson .... still photographer
Niles McElroy .... electrician
Robert Oliva Jr. .... electrician
Gustavo Oliva .... best boy electric
Perry H. Patterson .... film loader
David 'D.R.' Rhineer .... second assistant camera (as David Rhineer)
Greg Rhineer .... first assistant camera
Wendy Schmidt .... grip (as Wendy J. Schmidt)
Walter Stewart .... rigging gaffer
Bobby Vercruse .... chief lighting technician (as Bob Vercruse)
Mark Volpe .... grip
Casting Department
Claudia Bloom .... casting assistant
Lynda Halligan .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nancy Collini .... key set costumer
Kathy Davis .... wardrobe supervisor
Susan Kistler .... key costumer
Sonya Ooten .... costumer
Jennifer Amdurer Wichinsky .... costumer (as Jennifer Wichinsky)
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Carter DeHaven .... assistant film editor
Jana Lynn Gold .... assistant film editor
Stephen R. Sheridan .... color timer (as Steve Sheridan)
Bobbie Thomas .... colorist
Music Department
George Doering .... musician
Virginia S. Ellsworth .... music editor (as Virginia Ellsworth)
Gary Lux .... music mixer
Gary Lux .... music recordist
Helle O'Connell .... music coordinator
G. Marq Roswell .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
John Aliano .... driver
Craig Lietzke .... transportation captain
Sean Neel .... driver
Bob Rosen .... driver
Kevin C. Scott .... driver (as Kevin Scott)
David Shaffer .... transportation coordinator (as David Shafer)
Randy Tenhaeff .... driver
Other crew
Gui Andrisano .... choreographer
Amanda Ansorge .... assistant: Ms. Startz
Joseph Aspromonti .... production assistant
Timothy Blackton .... production assistant
Estee Chase .... stand-in
Ludlow Peter Coleman III .... chef
Jeannine Corbo .... assistant: Ms. Mayron
Johanna Cypis .... production secretary
Belinda Ellis .... production coordinator
Patricia Finn .... studio teacher (as Patti Finn)
Patrick J. Fischer .... production assistant
Maureen Gibson .... assistant production coordinator
Dan Gorman .... location manager
Cheri Hall .... production accountant
Kevin Halloran .... location manager
Kim Hasse .... stand-in
Millie Hirsch .... studio teacher
Marie Kouf .... studio teacher
Cynthia Lejeune .... assistant production accountant (as Cynthia Le Jeune)
Monique Limery .... craft service
Jodi Lowry .... assistant: Mr. Almond (as Jodi M. Lowry)
Robin Narly .... stand-in
Sarah J. Pink .... assistant: Ms. Stern
Bill Pugin .... sign language coach
Benjamin Schneider .... production assistant (as Benjamin J. Schneider)
Goldie Teigland .... set medic (as Goldie Tiegland)
Esther Vivante .... script supervisor
Dan Winthrop .... titles: designer/director
Deborah Wuliger .... unit publicist

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Rated PG for brief mild language
94 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby SR | SDDS (8 channels)

Did You Know?

This movie was directed by Melanie Mayron and Kristy's dad was portrayed by Peter Horton. The two played a couple in the late 1980s TV show "Thirtysomething" (1987).See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In the film, Luca calls Rosie "Rosiline"after she embarrasses him in front of Stacey, insinuating that is her given first name. In the book series, her real name is stated as being Mary Rose.See more »
Kristy Thomas:Hi, I'm Kristy. I'm the founding member of the Baby-Sitters Club. I don't mean to brag or anything but we're famous, here in Stoneybrook. Everybody knows us. That's because everybody uses us. You call one number, and get connected with seven incredible baby-sitters...See more »
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References "Rainbow Brite" (1984)See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Corny But Pleasant, 5 June 2014
Author: utgard14 from USA

My only knowledge of "The Baby-Sitters Club" book series was that I used to see it in the Scholastic ads when I was a kid. I have no idea how faithful this movie is to the books. I gotta admit I found myself mocking a lot of this movie, as it is definitely made from corn. But I remind myself that I am not part of the demographic this was made for and try to be fair. If you can suppress your grown-up cynicism for awhile, it's actually pretty cute. The girls are all fun to watch and seem to enjoy being in the movie. Marla Sokoloff is a great little villainess. Rachel Leigh Cook would go on to be the most famous of any of the Club girls. She's "all that" here, too.

Some of the girls have little subplots. One girl has boy problems with the kid from Last Action Hero. The lead girl has daddy issues due to her absentee father showing back up. Another girl has diabetes and talks about it like it's leprosy and she's deathly afraid of telling her new Swiss boyfriend about it. He's a dork, by the way. But my favorite is the girl who is worried about flunking summer school and whines about it every chance she gets. Her friends reassure her that they will help her study and everything will be fine. This leads to the movie's highlight, a hilarious scene where the girls perform the most epic rap song ever to help her. It has to be seen to be believed.

I found myself liking this movie more as it went on. It's easy to dismiss it as fluff, and I guess it is, but it's enjoyable fluff. The actors, young and old, are decent. The direction is a little flat and the whole thing kind of looks like a made-for-TV movie but I liked it anyway. I think little kids might like it most or perhaps people who grew up in the '90s and are nostalgic about it.

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