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Writers (WGA):
Sergei Prokofiev (symphonic tale)
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Release Date:
8 December 1995 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Animated adaptation of Prokofiev's musical score. Peter awakens to the first day of spring and the beautiful... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Won Primetime Emmy. Another 4 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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Directed by
George Daugherty 
Jean Flynn 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Sergei Prokofiev (symphonic tale)

George Daugherty (written by) &
Janis Diamond (written by)

Produced by
Jackie Bees .... associate producer: live action unit
Linda Jones Clough .... producer
George Daugherty .... executive producer
Chuck Jones .... executive creative consultant
Christopher Kulikowski .... producer
Christine Losecaat .... co-producer
Linda Rockstroh .... associate producer
Colin Whelan .... senior associate producer
David Ka Lik Wong .... co-executive producer
Adrian Workman .... producer
 
Original Music by
Cameron Patrick 
 
Cinematography by
David E. West 
 
Film Editing by
Joel Goodman 
 
Production Design by
Marek Dobrowolski 
 
Art Direction by
Scott Meehan 
Valery Mihalkov 
 
Set Decoration by
Lee Cunningham 
Jennifer Flygare 
 
Makeup Department
Lana Heying .... key hair stylist
Antonella Renyer .... makeup artist: Kirstie Alley
Mitchell Stone .... hair stylist: Kirstie Alley
Cherie Whitaker-Rossi .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Christopher Kulikowski .... post-production supervisor
David Ka Lik Wong .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Malinger .... second second assistant director
Elaine Suranie .... first assistant director
Colin Whelan .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Mark Annis .... carpenter
Don Arioli .... storyboard artist
Darcy Barnes .... painter
Philip Barnes .... painter
Ted Crittenden .... assistant art director
Lee Cunningham .... set dresser
Jon Doyle .... storyboard artist (as Jonathan Doyle)
Beth Elliott .... lead scenic artist
Jim Fletcher .... storyboard artist
Jennifer Flygare .... set dresser
Jean Flynn .... storyboard artist
Mike Leahy .... carpenter
Garner E. Ryan .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Peter Austin .... sound supervisor
Peter Bergren .... sound effects editor: live action and animation
Bill J. DiDonna .... boom operator
Eric Erickson .... adr & foley editor
Jim Fitzpatrick .... sound re-recording mixer
Mitch Gettleman .... sound effects editor
Bob Goold .... dialogue editor: animation
Ann Hadsell .... adr mixer
David Hankins .... sound supervisor
James Hebenstreit .... adr editor
Charles Kelly .... sound mixer
Dennis Kirk .... sound re-recording mixer
Gary Montgomery .... re-recording mixer
Patricia Nedd .... foley artist
Ralph Osborn .... dialogue editor
Nancy Parker .... foley artist
Konrad Piñon .... dialogue recordist: animation
Laura Schroeter .... boom operator
Carlos Sotolongo .... dialogue recordist: animation
Konrad Strauss .... sound editor
Konrad Strauss .... sound master
Laurie Thomas .... sound recordist
Charles Watts .... dialogue editor: animation
Ken Wiley .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Adam Campbell .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
John Lafauce .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Vera Anderson .... set still photographer
Casey Bridges .... documentary camera
Marc Carter .... set still photographer
John Collins .... gaffer
Jennifer Gilroy .... second assistant camera
Mitchell Hanneseth .... set still photographer
Robert Humphreys .... gaffer
Carisa Kaplan .... second second assistant camera
Brady McElroy .... electrician
Michael McGarry .... grip
Michelle McKinley .... first assistant camera: green screen
Roger Meilink .... grip
Jon Munson .... best boy electric
Carol A. Ogihara .... first assistant camera
John Pedone .... gaffer: green screen
Linda Perry .... best person electric
Robert Sanderson .... dolly grip
Tony Tortolano .... rigging electrician
Chuckie Travers .... swing grip: green screen
Mark Venezia .... grip: green screen
Patrick Watson .... video assist
Dale White .... second assistant camera: green screen
Vince Zarlengo .... key grip
 
Animation Department
Gary Andrews .... animator
Toni Ardolino .... assistant animator
Don Arioli .... animation storyboard artist
Phil Atack .... animation technical coordinator
Julie Barter .... production secretary: animation
Les Brooksbank .... assistant animator
Robert Brown .... animator
Robert Brown .... assistant animator
Mike Coles .... assistant animator
Thomas E. Decker .... animator
Jon Doyle .... animation storyboard artist (as Jonathan Doyle)
Meryl Edge .... animator
Ken Emmett .... assistant animator
Alastair Fell .... animator
Chris Fenna .... animator
Jim Fletcher .... animation storyboard artist
Jean Flynn .... animation storyboard artist
Claire Grey .... animator
Andrew Griffiths .... assistant animator (as Andy Griffiths)
Ken Hayes .... assistant animator
Karen Heywood .... assistant animator
Darren Holt .... assistant animator
Roy Huckerby .... animation checker
Amanda Hussain .... animation production assistant
Paul Jesper .... animator
Steve John .... assistant animator
Chuck Jones .... character designer
Peter Kidd .... animation compositor
Jennie Langley .... assistant animator
Nicola Marlborough .... assistant animator
Jane McCooey .... production administrator: animation
Helen Michael .... assistant animator (as Helen Michaels)
Jackie Mitchell .... animation scanner
John Offord .... animator
Les Orton .... animator
Garry Owen .... animator
Judy Pilsbury .... assistant animator
Tod Polson .... visual development artist
Mike Price .... animator
Margaret Riley .... background designer: animation
Rhian Rushton .... assistant animator
Julia Salt .... administrative assistant: animation
Wendy Senior .... animation scanner
Helen Smith .... assistant animator
Mair Thomas .... animator
Gloria Vassiliou .... animation scanner (as Gloria Vassilou)
Michael Whaite .... animator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathryn Rosenbaum .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Carla Abraham .... digital colorist: animation
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
George Daugherty .... off-line video editor
Althea Deane .... digital colorist: animation
Marie Dembinski .... digital colorist: animation
Joyce Flowers .... digital colorist: animation
Wayne Hampton .... film-to-tape colorist
Joan Jones .... colorist
David McCarthy .... on-line video editor
Paul O'Driscoll .... color timer
Brian Reid .... on-line video editor
Kelly Tartan .... first assistant film editor
 
Music Department
George Brown .... musician: solo timpani
Dominick Certo .... music editor
George Daugherty .... conductor
George Daugherty .... musical director
James Hebenstreit .... music editor
Sue Hudson .... musician: french horn
Lawrence Lowe .... musician: french horn
Christie Lundquist .... musician: solo clarinet
Mitchell Morrison .... musician: solo bassoon
Caroline Pittman .... musician: solo flute
Shelley Showers .... musician: french horn
Mark Siddoway .... assistant music editor
Robert Stephenson .... musician: solo oboe
Konrad Strauss .... music recording engineer
Bruce Triplett .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Bob Brady .... fire marshall
David Breitbarth .... production assistant
Eddie Brockman .... production assistant
Steve Elster .... studio teacher
Robert S. Getman .... production legal services
Julia Glander .... stand-in: Kirstie Alley
Rob Hammel .... production assistant
Susan Knight .... stand-in: Kirstie Alley
Melinda Lawton .... title designer
Alex Leydenfrost .... production assistant
Alex Leydenfrost .... stand-in: Lloyd Bridges
Ashley Malinger .... stand-in: Ross Malinger
Lori Mellman .... production assistant
Gina Michel .... script supervisor
Allen Montalbano .... production assistant
Charly Netel .... production accountant
Jose Nunez .... key tailor
Perry Petrzilka .... production assistant
Sreeni Rao .... production assistant
Ruby Renetsky .... set medic
Ken Whelan .... production assistant
Mishi Wong-Daugherty .... stand-in
Toby Wong-Daugherty .... stand-in
Geoff Lancaster .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Charlene Daugherty .... very special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Chuck Jones' Peter and the Wolf" - USA (alternative title)
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Czech Republic:46 min (DVD version)
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
The best "PETER AND THE WOLF" ever, 25 February 2007
Author: sinfonbritannia from United States

I was surprised to read the other review, because I recently bought the re-released DVD reissue of this "Peter and The Wolf" for my 6 year-old grandson, and not only did he love it, but so did I!! I am a professional violinist and music educator, and know this score inside and out. The reviewer who said the producers had changed Prokofiev's music is dead wrong -- it is note for note perfect, and in addition, is beautifully played. It was actually Disney's version that was cut!! The characters in Chuck Jones version, designed by Mr. Jones, are delightful -- and not just a recycling of his Warner Bros., ensemble. The animated tale, which is the centerpiece of this production, and where Prokofiev's score plays out in entirety, is magical. And Kirstie Alley's narration is full of life and spirit -- really fantastic. I also loved Lloyd Bridges as the grandfather, and young Ross Malinger as both the live action and animated Peter. The live action parts were magical, and gave some real-life relevance to the animated story, and the ending was enchanting. It brought a tear to my eye. Ross Malinger was endearing in "Sleepless In Seattle," and he goes to the next step here. And his rapport with Lloyd Bridges seemed so very real. A fantastic bonus to this production is an extraordinary "Guide To The Symphony Orchestra" bonus feature at the end, which thoroughly explains to the young viewer how Prokofiev used the musical instruments to portray the various characters. And the producers wisely use YOUNG teenage musicians to demonstrate the instruments, which really makes it come to life for young viewers. I Googled for more information on this production -- I can't figure out why it isn't more frequently seen. I noticed it won the Emmy for Best Children's Program, as well as many other Emmy nominations and awards. I also saw that the critics gave it great reviews -- one from the Philadelphia daily newspaper called it "The best children's television special ever." So it is a mystery to me why this production is not a television classic. But in the meantime, do yourself a favor -- and for your children and grandchildren -- and watch it!

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