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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me -- First he fought for the Crown, now he's fighting for the family jewels! Mike Myers returns as the world's grooviest superspy who must return to the Swingin' Sixties.
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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Mike Myers (written by) &
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Release Date:
11 June 1999 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
First, he fought for the Crown. Now he's fighting for the Family Jewels. See more »
Plot:
Dr. Evil is back...and has invented a new time machine that allows him to go back to the 60's and steal Austin Powers's mojo, inadvertently leaving him "shagless". Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 17 wins & 28 nominations See more »
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Overstays its welcome and cannot shed the minor majesty of the first in its attempt to go bigger and better. See more (785 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Mike Myers ... Austin Powers / Dr. Evil / Fat Bastard

Heather Graham ... Felicity Shagwell

Michael York ... Basil Exposition

Robert Wagner ... Number Two

Rob Lowe ... Young Number Two

Seth Green ... Scott Evil

Mindy Sterling ... Frau Farbissina

Verne Troyer ... Mini-Me (as Verne J. Troyer)

Elizabeth Hurley ... Vanessa Kensington

Gia Carides ... Robin Swallows

Oliver Muirhead ... British Colonel

George Cheung ... Chinese Teacher (as George Kee Cheung)
Jeffrey Meng ... Chinese Student

Muse Watson ... Klansman

Scott Cooper ... Klansman's Son - Bobby
Douglas Fisher ... Man - Pecker

Kevin Cooney ... NORAD Colonel

Clint Howard ... Johnson

Brian Hooks ... Pilot

David Koechner ... Co-Pilot

Frank Clem ... Guitarist with Willie Nelson
Herb Mitchell ... Sergeant

Steve Eastin ... Umpire

Jane Carr ... Woman - Pecker

Kevin Durand ... Assassin
Melissa Justin ... Chick #1 at Party
Nicholas Walker ... Captain of the Guard
Stephen Hibbert ... Guard at Jail Cell (as Steve Hibbert)
David Coy ... Carnaby Street Band
David Crigger ... Carnaby Street Band
Tom Ehlen ... Carnaby Street Band
Dennis Wilson ... Carnaby Street Band

Eric Winzenried ... Private Army Soldier

Tim Bagley ... Friendly Dad

Colton James ... Friendly Son

Mike Hagerty ... Peanut Vendor

Jack Kehler ... Circus Barker

Kirk Ward ... Soldier

Jeff Garlin ... Cyclops

Rachel Wilson ... Fan

Jennifer Coolidge ... Woman at Football Game

John Mahon ... NATO Colonel

Michael McDonald ... NATO Soldier

Jeanette Miller ... Teacher

Mary Jo Smith ... Unibrau

Carrie Ann Inaba ... Felicity's Dancer #1

Jennifer Hamilton ... Felicity's Dancer #2
Ayesha Orange ... Felicity's Dancer #3
Natalie Willes ... Felicity's Dancer #4
John R. Corella ... Party Dancer #1 (as John Corella)
Alison Faulk ... Party Dancer #2
Michelle Elkin ... Party Dancer #3
Shealan Spencer ... Party Dancer #4
Tovaris Wilson ... Party Dancer #5

Bree Turner ... Dancer #1
Marisa Gilliam ... Dancer #2
Mark Meismer ... Dancer #3
Salvatore Vassallo ... Dancer #4 (as Sal Vassallo)
Jason Yribar ... Dancer #5

Chekesha Van Putten ... Go-Go Dancer #1
Tara Mouri ... Go-Go Dancer #2
Giggi Yazicioglu ... Go-Go Dancer #3 (as Gigi Yazicioglu)

Sarah Christine Smith ... Scene Break Dancer (as Sarah Smith)

Faune Chambers Watkins ... Scene Break Dancer (as Faune A. Chambers)
Gabriel Paige ... Scene Break Dancer
Jim Boensch ... Queen's Guard
Ron Ulstad ... Chief of Staff
Timothy Watters ... Bill Clinton Look-Alike (as Tim Watters)
Todd M. Schultz ... Jerry Springer's Bodyguard #1

Steve Wilkos ... Jerry Springer's Bodyguard #2
Michelle Sritenko Africano ... Synchronized Swimmer
Nathalie S. Bartleson ... Synchronized Swimmer
Janine M. Bekker ... Synchronized Swimmer
Khadija Cutcher ... Synchronized Swimmer
Mary Dettmer ... Synchronized Swimmer
Annie Henry ... Synchronized Swimmer
Tracy Gayeski ... Synchronized Swimmer
Tracy Long ... Synchronized Swimmer
Laurie Martin ... Synchronized Swimmer
Jill Savery ... Synchronized Swimmer
Margot Thien ... Synchronized Swimmer
Kimi Cochrun ... Synchronized Swimmer

Burt Bacharach ... Burt Bacharach

Elvis Costello ... Elvis Costello

Will Ferrell ... Mustafa

Woody Harrelson ... Woody Harrelson

Kristen Johnston ... Ivana Humpalot

Charles Napier ... Gen. Hawk

Willie Nelson ... Willie Nelson

Tim Robbins ... The President

Rebecca Romijn ... Rebecca Romijn (as Rebecca Romijn Stamos)

Jerry Springer ... Jerry Springer

Fred Willard ... Mission Commander
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jessica Anne Bogart ... Party Girl in Pink (uncredited)

Robert Cohen ... Rabbi Shlotsky (uncredited)

Colette Divine ... Go-Go Dancer In Cage (uncredited)
Dan Gilman ... NORAD Officer (uncredited)

Phil Hawn ... M.O.D. Crime Scene Investigator (uncredited)

Max Herholz ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

David Hutchison ... Dr. Evil's soldier (uncredited)

Tom Ivanjack ... Man in Jerry Springer Audience (uncredited)

Tony Jay ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Lana Kinnear ... Nurse (uncredited)
Harish Mandyam ... Scientist (uncredited)
Stephen A. Marinaccio II ... Party Dancer (uncredited)

Brandon Molale ... Muscled Guy at Pool (uncredited)

Allie Moss ... Dancer (uncredited)

Bill O'Donnell ... Dancer (uncredited)
Jeanine Orci ... Dancer on Carnaby Street (uncredited)

Mitch Rouse ... Mitch Rouse (uncredited)
Teddy Sandman ... Muscled guy at pool (uncredited)

Lisa Varga ... Sexy Nurse (uncredited)
Andreanna Veith ... Dancer on Carnaby Street (uncredited)

Directed by
Jay Roach 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Mike Myers (written by) &
Michael McCullers (written by)

Mike Myers (characters)

Produced by
Emma Chasin .... associate producer
Michael De Luca .... executive producer
Donna Langley .... executive producer
John S. Lyons .... producer (as John Lyons)
Eric McLeod .... producer
Demi Moore .... producer
Mike Myers .... producer
Erwin Stoff .... executive producer
Jennifer Todd .... producer
Suzanne Todd .... producer
 
Original Music by
George S. Clinton 
 
Cinematography by
Ueli Steiger (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Debra Neil-Fisher 
Jon Poll 
 
Casting by
Juel Bestrop 
Jeanne McCarthy 
 
Production Design by
Rusty Smith 
 
Art Direction by
Alec Hammond  (as Alexander Hammond)
 
Set Decoration by
Sara Andrews  (as Sara Andrews-Ingrassia)
 
Costume Design by
Deena Appel 
 
Makeup Department
David Abbott .... makeup artist
Gary Archer .... dental prosthetics: G.A. Enterprises
Steve Artmont .... makeup artist: Ms. Graham
Jeri Baker .... key hair stylist (as Jeri Baker-Sadler)
Michèle Burke .... supervising makeup designer: Austin Powers, Dr. Evil & Mini-Me (as Michele Burke)
Fionagh Cush .... makeup artist
Kevin Haney .... makeup crew: Michele Burke Studio
Beth Hathaway .... suit fabrication: Stan Winston Studio
Grady Holder .... key technician: Stan Winston Studio
Will Huff .... makeup crew: Michele Burke Studio
Renate Leuschner .... wig maker
Lindsay MacGowan .... fabrication: foam/gelatin, Stan Winston Studio (as Lindsay Macgowan)
Karen Mason .... suit fabrication: Stan Winston Studio
Kenny Myers .... makeup crew: Michele Burke Studio
Christopher Allen Nelson .... special makeup effects artist (as Chris Nelson)
Cheryl Ann Nick .... key makeup artist (as Cheryl A. Nick)
Jennifer Bower O'Halloran .... hair stylist: Mr. Myers (as Jennifer O'Halloran)
Michael Ornelaz .... hair designer: Stan Winston Studio
Michael A. Pearce .... art department: contractor effects crew (as Mike Pearce)
Michael A. Pearce .... mold department: contractor effects crew (as Mike Pearce)
Brian Penikas .... makeup artist: prosthetics
Rob Phillips .... hair designer: Stan Winston Studio
Joe Reader .... key technician: Stan Winston Studio
John Rosengrant .... special makeup effects artist
Mike Smithson .... makeup artist: Stan Winston Studio
Mike Smithson .... makeup designer: Fat Bastard
Dave Snyder .... lead artist: contractor effects crew
Brian Stiver .... makeup artist
Scott Stoddard .... key artist: Stan Winston Studio
Vince Verdi .... sculptor: contractor effects crew
Vince Verdi .... shop foreman: contractor effects crew
Mark Viniello .... fabrication: foam/gelatin, Stan Winston Studio
Candy L. Walken .... hair department head
Toni-Ann Walker .... hair designer: Heather Graham
Wes Wheadon .... contact lenses: specialty (as Dr. Wes Wheadon)
Phyllis Williams .... additional makeup artist
Stan Winston .... makeup supervisor: Fat Bastard
Patty York .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Carla Fry .... executive in charge of production
Holly Hagy .... production supervisor
Diana Kaufman .... post-production supervisor
Eric McLeod .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Carla Bowen .... second second assistant director
Derek E. Johansen .... second assistant director: second unit (as Derek Johansen)
Mark Anthony Little .... first assistant director: second unit (as Mark Little)
Steve Love .... first assistant director: second unit
Gary Marcus .... first assistant director (as Gary Scott Marcus)
Donald Murphy .... second second assistant director
Hal Olofsson .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Kirsten Anderson .... construction auditor
James Betts .... construction gang boss (as Jim Betts)
Adam Braid .... additional set dresser
David Brennan .... set dresser
Susan A. Burig .... graphic designer
Craig Byrom .... construction gang boss (as Craig D. Byrom)
Cliff Carothers .... construction gang boss: tools
Marienus Cetani Sr. .... paint foreman (as Marienus Cetani)
Steve Cooper .... set designer
Bryan Corbett .... construction gang boss
Rex Covington .... sculptor: ice sculptures
Dale DeStefani .... foreman
Joe Elvington .... set laborer
Stoney Emshwiller .... set dresser
Randall C. Engle .... construction foreman
Steve Erangey .... plasterer
Jeannine Fenton .... set dresser
Ron Fillion .... painter (as Ron T. Fillion)
Steven Fuller .... construction gang boss
Jerry Gardner .... additional set dresser
Stephen Garner .... stand-by carpenter (as Stephen B. Garner)
Joseph W. Grafmuller .... leadman (as Joseph Grafmuller)
Maya S. Grafmuller .... set dresser
Don Green .... plasterer
Sam Greenmun .... prop construction
Lance Gunnin .... construction foreman
Patrick Gunther .... plasterer
Kevin Hahn .... additional set dresser
Gabriel Hardman .... storyboard artist
Ted Harms .... construction foreman
Carey Harris Jr. .... property assistant
Alan K. Harrison .... set dresser
Denise Hudson .... art director: reshoots
Henry Humphreys .... construction medic
Tom Ivanjack .... stand-by painter
Jeffrey Jackson .... painter
John D. Jefferies Sr. .... set designer (as John Jeffries)
Carl Keller .... painter (as Carl J. Keller)
Carol Kiefer .... art department coordinator
Charlotte Laughon .... additional on-set dresser
Christopher H. Lawrence .... shopper
Tim Lehman .... painter
Jason Mahakian .... model maker
Mike Malone .... on-set dresser
Dave Margolin .... painter
Eugene McCarthy .... property master (as Eugene McCarthy Jr.)
Douglas R. Miller .... plaster foreman (as Douglas R. Miller Jr.)
Josh Milne .... property assistant (as Joshua Milne)
Johnny Morales .... construction laborer (as Johnny 'The Bear' Morales)
Kris Nagle .... welder foreman
Thomas J. O'Brien .... painter
Josh Persoff .... additional set dresser (as Joshua Persoff)
James Pyburn .... general foreman (as Jim Pyburn)
Andrew Reeder .... set designer
Anthony Samuel Saso .... labor foreman (as Tony Saso)
Ron Schroeder .... construction laborer
Jerry Schultz .... construction gang boss
Stephen Sturm .... construction gang boss (as Stephen M. Sturm)
Catharine Tarver .... art department researcher
Sondra Thorpe .... buyer: reshoots
Leslie A. Tokunaga .... construction buyer
Chris Vail .... assistant property master (as Christopher Vail)
Douglas Womack .... construction coordinator (as Douglas A. Womack)
Mark Lambert Bristol .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Jimmy Flores .... propmaker gangboss (uncredited)
Jon Neill .... props: Prop & Custom Inc. (uncredited)
Phil Roberts .... movie poster illustrator (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Joe Barnett .... sound re-recording mixer
Thomas Bartke .... assistant sound editor
Javier Bennassar .... sound effects editor
Dorian Cheah .... sound effects editor
Benjamin L. Cook .... sound effects editor (as Benjamin Cook)
Jed M. Dodge .... dialogue editor
Matt Dubin .... digital transfer engineer
Lisle Engle .... sound effects editor
Mary Erstad .... foley mixer
David Lee Fein .... foley artist (as David Lee Fine)
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Jason George .... dialogue editor
Robert Getty .... assistant sound editor
Danielle Ghent .... dialog editor
David Grant .... dialogue editor
Chato Hill .... assistant sound editor
Dean Hovey .... sound editor
Frederick Howard .... sound designer
Frederick Howard .... supervising sound editor
C.W. Jones .... foley mixer
Craig Jurkiewicz .... foley editor (as Craig Jurkewicz)
Ossama Khuluki .... foley artist
Patricio A. Libenson .... sound effects editor
Diane Marshall .... foley artist (as S. Diane Marshall)
Ken McLaughlin .... sound mixer (as Kenneth McLaughlin)
Patrick Orsbun .... boom operator
LaNessa Phearson .... cableperson
Yuri Reese .... dialogue editor
John Ross .... sound re-recording mixer
Susan Shin .... adr supervisor
Anne Slack .... digital transfer engineer (as Anne Black)
Sarah Smith .... foley editor
William Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Lucy Sustar .... foley editor
Roland N. Thai .... sound effects editor (as Roland Thai)
Kelly Vandever .... sound effects editor (as Kelly Vanderver)
Mathew Waters .... sound re-recording mixer
David Abrahamsen .... sound (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Chris Brenczewski .... special effects assistant
David Fletcher .... special effects set foreman
Morgan Guynes .... special effects assistant
Robert S. Henderson .... special effects rigging foreman (as Robert Henderson)
Patrick Huggins .... special effects shop foreman
Keith Marbory .... special effects supervisor
Alan McFarland .... FemmeBot electronics
Michael Meinardus .... special effects coordinator (as Mike Meinardus)
Jose Antonio Paramo .... special effects assistant (as Jose A. Paramo)
Joe D. Ramsey .... special effects assistant
Mike Sasgen .... special effects assistant
Anthony Simonaitis .... special effects general foreman
Elyse Simonaitis .... special effects office coordinator
Keith Suzuki .... special effects assistant
Stiles White .... production coordinator: Stan Winston Studio
Darin Bouyssou .... mold technician (uncredited)
Andy Schoneberg .... sculptor: Mini Me & Dr. Evil makeups: Makeup & Monsters (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
John Allison .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Pamela Baczuk .... roto artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Ryan Blackman .... roto artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Steve Bowen .... color timer: Pacific Vision Productions
Dick Cavdek .... supervisor: Cyberware, Pacific Vision Productions (as Dick Cadavek)
Bill Church .... senior digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
John Church .... roto artist: Pacific Vision Productions
John Coats .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Grady Cofer .... digital artist: Digiscope
Patrick J. Don Vito .... visual effects editor
Mark Dornfeld .... opticals and end titles: Custom Film Effects
Mike Fusco .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Johannes Gamble .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Anne Grame .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Caleb J. Howard .... digital effects artist
David D. Johnson .... visual effects supervisor
Carol Koch .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Steve Koch .... art director: Pacific Vision Productions
Steve Koch .... digital matte painter
Allen Manning .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Wolfgang Maschin .... motion control camera operator
Brennan Prevatt .... digital artist: Digiscope
Lauren Ritchie .... executive in charge of visual effects
Mark Sawicki .... optical camera
Scott Simmons .... digital artist: Pacific Vision Productions
Joann Zaletsky .... scanning coordinator: Pacific Vision Productions
Michael Flynn .... rear projection engineer (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Jennifer Badger .... stunts (as Jennifer S. Badger)
Clay Boss .... stunts
Joey Box .... stunts
Jay Caputo .... stunts
Jennifer Caputo .... stunts
Bud Davis .... stunt coordinator
Gary Lee Davis .... stunts (as Gary Davis)
Michael Gaines .... stunts
Al Goto .... stunts
Tabby Hanson .... stunts (as Tabby Hanson-Silva)
Chuck Hart .... stunts
Michael Haynes .... stunts
Lisa Hoyle .... stunts
Terry James .... stunt double
Craig Jensen .... stunts (as Craig Jenson)
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunt double: Mr. Myers
Hannah Kozak .... stunts
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunts
Brad Orrison .... stunts
Jim Palmer .... stunts
Chad Parker .... stunts
Dan Plum .... stunts
Gary Robert .... stunts
Lynn Salvatori .... stunts
Dennis Scott .... stunts
Rick Seaman .... stunts
Monica Staggs .... stunts
Jill Stokesberry .... stunts
Patricia Tallman .... stunts
Pat Romano .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Ambrose .... rigging electrician
Edward Barnes .... rigging best boy electrician: additional (as Edward [Ted] Barnes)
Guy Norman Bee .... Steadicam operator
Guy Norman Bee .... camera operator: "b" camera
George Billinger III .... camera operator: "a" camera, second unit (as George Billinger)
Alexander Yves Brunner .... camera department intern (as Alex Brunner)
Shane Buttle .... lighting technician
Lila Byall .... second assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit
Gary L. Camp .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jacqui Compton .... camera loader (as Jacquiline Compton)
Willie E. Dawkins .... electric: second unit
Scott Drinon .... dolly grip (as S. Scott Drinon)
James A. Earley .... rigging grip
Jimmy Ellis .... rigging electrician
Tracy Estes .... set lighting technician
Kevin Fahey .... rigging grip
Michael James Fahey .... best boy grip (as Michael J. Fahey)
Mark Fellman .... still photographer
Gary Fredrickson .... lamp technician
Jim Grce .... gaffer
Edward A. Gutentag .... first assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit (as Ed Gutentag)
Joseph W. Hirsch III .... rigging tie down grip
Patrick Hoeschen .... dimmer technician (as Pat Hoeschen)
Michael J. Hogan .... video assist
Gary Kangrga .... rigging grip
Ronald Kline .... best boy electrician
Cindy Lagerstrom .... lamp technician (as Cindy Largerstrom)
Rob Lewbel .... rigging best boy electrician
Anthony T. Marra II .... key grip
Pete Martinez .... video playback: additional
Larry McCarron .... rigging grip
Bruce McCleery .... gaffer: second unit (as Robert Bruce McCleery)
Michael A. McFadden .... best boy rigging grip
Stephen McGehee .... electrician
William Moffitt .... rigging grip
Tim Nash .... grip (as Timothy Nash)
Max Neal .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Maxim Edward Neal)
Brian W. Nordheim .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Brian Watson Nordheim)
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Billy O'Drobinak)
Georgia Packard .... guest camera operator
Heather Page .... first assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit
Tim Pershing .... key grip: second unit
Simone Perusse .... lamp technician
Michael Pizzuto .... key grip: second unit
Robert A. Preston .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Joe Sanchez .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Joseph Sanchez)
Michael A. Savage .... grip (as Michael Savage)
Ralph Scherer .... grip
David Schmalz .... video assist: second unit
Brian Scotti .... electrician
Sandi Sissel .... director of photography: second unit
David W. Slodki .... dimmer board operator (as David Slodki)
Duncan M. Sobel .... lamp technician
Jeffrey P. Soderberg .... rigging gaffer
Monte Swann .... video playback
R. Gern Trowbridge .... rigging electrician
James B. Walsh .... grip
Chris Weigand .... rigging electrician
Kimberly Wright .... still photographer
Tom Yatsko .... camera operator: "a" camera, second unit
Robert Daniel .... studio technical support and services (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Sande Alessi .... extras casting
Kristan Berona .... extras casting assistant
Blythe Cappello .... casting associate
John Srednicki .... casting intern
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sandra Bojin-Sedlik .... costumer
Clint Bryant .... boot maker
Christine L. Cantella .... costumer (as Christine Cantella)
Lorraine Carson .... costume supervisor
Tangi Crawford .... costume supervisor
Deborah Myles Davis .... personal costumer: Mr. Myers (as Deborah Myles-Davis)
John Hayles .... costume construction
Brandt Huseby .... set costumer
Michele Michel .... costume illustrator
Ann Miller .... key set costumer (as Annie Miller)
Grace Pyke .... costume intern (as Grace K. Lambert)
Faye Sevilla .... wardrobe coordinator
Alexis Silver .... costume construction
Michelle Skoby .... assistant costume designer
Jo Torngren .... costume construction
Tomas Velasco .... costume construction (as Tommy Velasco)
Natasha Walsh .... set costumer (as Natasha Stanton Walsh)
 
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter: Kona Cutting
David S. Clark .... assistant editor
Curtis Croeni .... first assistant editor
Greg Hayden .... film editor
Jody Levin .... executive in charge of post-production
Bob McMillian .... color timer
Stephanie Olah .... post-production coordinator
Peter Pav .... apprentice editor
Jana Triska .... assistant editor (as Jana J. Triska)
D. Todd Deeken .... post-production services: New Line (uncredited)
Mike Sowa .... digital color timer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Thomas Bartke .... assistant music editor
Danny Bramson .... executive music producer
Paul Broucek .... music executive
George S. Clinton .... additional music arranger: orchestral music
George S. Clinton .... music orchestrator
Debbi Datz-Pyle .... orchestra contractor
Chris Douridas .... music consultant
Toby Emmerich .... executive in charge of music
Mike Flicker .... music editorial
Rick Giovinazzo .... music orchestrator
John Houlihan .... music supervisor
Patrick Houlihan .... music coordinator
Steve Juliani .... music preparation
Suzie Katayama .... music orchestrator
Mark Kaufman .... music clearance executive
Tim Lauber .... music recording assistant
Jeff Lingle .... assistant music editor
John Rodd .... music recording assistant
Dennis Sager .... scoring engineer
Dana Sano .... music executive
Jeff Shannon .... music recording assistant
Lori Silfen .... music business affairs
Micki Stern .... music coordinator
James Stone .... music recording assistant
Tom Todoroff .... vocal coach: Robert Wagner
John Whynot .... music mixer
John Whynot .... music recordist
Patti Zimmitti .... orchestra contractor (as Patti Zimitti)
Bob Bowen .... music coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Erskine .... musician (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Moe Blay .... driver
Ken Catando .... transportation captain (as Kenneth Catando)
Mary Catando .... driver
Gary Compton .... driver
Dave Cooper .... driver (as David H. Cooper)
Scott E. Fao .... driver
Troy Flynn .... driver
Barbara Halliday .... transportation assistant (as Barbara J. Halliday)
Joshua Hancock .... picture vehicle coordinator (as Josh Hancock)
Joseph E. Jones .... driver
Javier Miranda .... driver (as Javier E. Miranda)
Michael Mulgrew .... driver (as Mike Mulsrew)
Michael Mulgrew .... driver
Aukuso Puluti Jr. .... driver (as Aukuso Gus Puluti Jr.)
Bill M. Puluti .... transportation coordinator
Simau Puluti .... driver
Beau Reed .... driver (as Beau D. Reed)
Ken Sale .... transportation captain: second unit (as Ken M. Sale)
Niu Sale .... driver (as Nui Sale)
Joey Soriano .... driver
Dave West .... transportation captain: second unit (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Diana Adams .... production accountant (as Diana Olsen)
Diana Adams .... production accountant
Kevin Beard .... stand-in
Lisa Behlendorf .... post-production accountant
Brian Bird .... assistant location manager
Richard Bloom .... production office assistant (as Richard L. Bloom)
Allan Bragg .... stand-in: Mr. York (as J. Allan Bragg)
Tia Browsh .... assistant: Mr. Stoff
Raymond Bulinski .... craft service
Michael Caldwell .... production executive
Laurie Cartwright .... risk management
Robert Dawson .... title designer: main titles
Becky Dyroen-Lancer .... choreographer: synchronized swimming
Jeff Egan .... production safety
Michael Etheridge .... set production assistant (as Michael M. Etheridge)
Florentino Fernández .... voice dubbing: Mike Myers (spanish version )
Jodie Fratantuno .... assistant: Mr. Myers (as Jodie Beth Tannenbaum)
Christopher Gilman .... spacesuit designer and fabricator
Emily Glatter .... supervising production coordinator
Bruce Gray .... sculpture art provided by
Sam Greenmun .... spacesuit technician
Brandon Hall .... stand-in: 'Dr. Evil'
Erik Holmberg .... supervising production executive
Yu Hsu .... production office assistant
Jude Jensen .... stock footage coordinator (as Jude Jansen)
Susan B. Kreutz .... craft service assistant (as Susan Kreutz)
Rich Lewis .... key set production assistant
Adam Lieberman .... stand-in: Mr. Myers (as Adam Guy Lieberman)
Scott Allen Logan .... location manager
Bob Mack .... stand-in: 'Fat Bastard'
Kelly Malone .... stand-in: Ms. Graham
Jill McCullough .... dialect coach
Greg McKoy .... production office assistant
Adam R. Mehr .... contract administrator
George Mihalopoulos .... production office assistant
Jennifer Mount .... risk management
Kristi Mujica .... second assistant accountant (as Kristi Kasubaski)
Chris Munday .... location assistant
Scott Michael Murray .... assistant: Mr. Roach (as Scott M. Murray)
William Olofsson .... set production assistant (as Bill Olofsson)
Phillip Palousek .... production office assistant
Scott Patton .... puppeteer
Robert Pellerin .... stand-in: Mr. Myers
Cynthia Phillips .... first assistant accountant
Kait Pickering .... production coordinator
Heather Plott .... assistant: Mr. McLeod
Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks .... choreographer (as Marguerite Derricks)
Edward Poveda .... payroll accountant
Paul Prokop .... production controller
Joshua Ravetch .... production resources
Ronit Ravich-Boss .... script supervisor
Suzanne Rosencrans .... production attorney
Amy Russell .... rights clearances: The Clear Choice
John Sanchez .... production secretary
Marco Schnabel .... visual consultant: second unit
Dawn Secrist .... assistant production coordinator
Sunday Stevens .... set production assistant
Gregg Taylor .... assistant: Mr. Lyons
Alison Trowe .... accounting clerk (as Alison J. Trowe)
Nathan L. Truman .... graphic show package
Lee Tucker .... preview technical supervisor
Mark H. Weingartner .... rear projection supervisor
Annie Welles .... script supervisor
Tony Whitmore .... set medic
Alex L. Worman .... unit publicist
Zane .... accountant: additional photography
Alex Baik .... executive assistant: Rob Lowe (uncredited)
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... inventory services (uncredited)
Sean Jordan .... interactive media (uncredited)
Tammy Maples .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Stephanie Pecuch .... assistant: Michael Caldwell (uncredited)
Robert Pellerin .... photo double (uncredited)
Mike Sowa .... digital mastering colorist (uncredited)
Gabrielle Wallack .... production office coordinator: re-shoot (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Elaine Bogin .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Rob Cohen .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Cheryl Coker .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie (as Chryle Coker)
Rodney Grubbs .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Blair Hayes .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Susanna Hoffs .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Jimmy Jatho .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie (as Jim Jatho)
Linda Marsh .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Paul Myers .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
Shauna Robertson .... the film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: for their contribution to the making of this movie
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Also Known As:
"Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me" - USA (video title)
"Austin Powers Deluxe" - Japan (English title)
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Rated PG-13 for sexual innuendo and crude humor
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Catherine Zeta-Jones was considered for the role of Felicity Shagwell.See more »
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Revealing mistakes: When Dr. Evil is saying that he has a mole in the Ministry of Defense to steal Austin Powers' mojo (after the first "really" line, at the 22.15 mark), Young Number Two's healthy right eye is visible under the patch.See more »
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Narrator:Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, was frozen in 1967 and defrosted in the Nineties to battle his nemesis, Dr. Evil. After foiling his archenemy's plan to send a nuclear warhead to the center of the earth, Austin banished Dr. Evil to the cold recesses of space and settled down with his new wife, Vanessa, to live happily ever after. Or so he thought...
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How is it that Number Two is alive in this movie when it appears he was killed in the first?
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Overstays its welcome and cannot shed the minor majesty of the first in its attempt to go bigger and better., 24 September 2013
Author: johnnyboyz from Hampshire, England

Why might a spoof require a sequel? Spoofs are, by their very definition, subversive and deliberately comic in their attitudes towards popular generic convention. A characteristic of popular generic convention includes that of "the sequel"; that of "the franchise"; that of "the series" – when a spoof is produced, and it's as amusing as the first "Austin Powers" film was, it cannot be anything but both thoroughly shameful and wholly hypocritical to induce the continued adventures of its hero. Is it not wholly detrimental to the original notion and a complete anomaly? Was there a joke or a sight gag that was missed the first time round that the audience really ought to have seen? The answer is "No" - at least it is to the last of those three questions. For everything else, the response ought to come in the form of a mumbled agreement that Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is a bit of a waste of time and just not particularly funny.

The 'spoof' in question in Austin Powers was that of the Bond franchise; something which was playfully mocked without ever really being thoroughly undermined anyway nastily. But hold on, for in spite of the evident references to Oddjob and the master villain stroking his white cat, what was it about the film that so evidently made it a Bond spoof? If it was at all, it was subtle; the references were dropped in around amusing scenes depicting Powers try to win at blackjack with a "5". The pastiche is here a hundred times more aggressive and, as a consequence, a hundred times less funny. True, one cannot help but chuckle at the opening ballad being belted out in the mould of a Shirley Bassey theme tune but a mere few of the references here go an awfully long way. You need not be anybody in particular to notice that "International Man of Mystery" was never intended to have a sequel. For our troubles of sitting through some of the less-bearable sequences in said 1997 feature, we get what is essentially a lazier; cruder and more infantile film than before which makes the golden error of thinking that because it's a comedy playing on something popular, and by definition things that are most popular in contemporary cinema are often crass and infantile, it thinks it has to provide us with a film that is as puerile and often as disgusting as The Spy Who Shagged Me is.

Shamelessly defiling everything that made the first one the solid experience it was, we begin on the honeymoon of the titular Austin Powers (Myers) and his bride Vanessa Kensington and witness the film throw us a vicious curveball in revealing Hurley's character to have been a robotic imposter all along. I think we'd invested a certain amount of energy and time in these people, we witnessed them begin their relationship on contemptible grounds, as varied attitudes towards sex from different eras clashed, before seeing them come to quite like one another after a series of instances wherein Powers turns down the offer for sex from a drunk Kensington and they end up saving the world together.

In spite of all that, how does Powers react to the revelation? Why, to celebrate. Myers' other creation, the hunched Dr. Evil whose appearance was always designed to call to mind the best of the Blofeld depictions in Donald Pleasance's is back. Where freezing oneself in time so as to be thawed in the future and wreak havoc in the era was the idea before, the notion of time travel is here ill-advisedly introduced into proceedings - one is reminded of that line from Michael Hanke's "Funny Games" when, upon observing a character in possession of a shotgun ideally used to quell the reign of terror being inflicted upon him, the primeval component of that film's antagonistic force merely grins and utters words along the lines of: "Oh, you've brought us a new toy..." What unfolds is essentially a reversing of the joke that was the whole point of "International Man of Mystery" in the first place; that is to say, removing people from the 1960's and placing them in the 90's for shock and amusement. The gag, of course, revolved around how sensible and chaste we all were in the modern world where, before, we couldn't keep out of one another's beds. The reality is actually the other way around, but the idea of this swinging 60's rouge from London being catapulted to modern Las Vegas worked to a basic degree. Here, Evil and Powers dart back to the 60's again; Evil to steal Powers' inherent sexual prowess while he's still frozen (prior to events from the first film) and Powers to ultimately stop him. Of course, the film realises how shallow all this is and by the end opts for a sub-narrative revolving around a giant laser Dr. Evil is to shoot from space to see it home.

Where one was perhaps tempted to genuinely think Hurley's character might work for the government in the first film, and her resistance to Powers' initial advances saw her informed enough to batter each of them away, the female accomplice here is the opposite. Practically begging for sex from the off, Heather Graham's American agent Felicity Shagwell fulfils the role of what is essentially eye-candy to Hurley's (dare we say it?) actual characterisation. The dynamic of their relationship reads: where before, Kensington wouldn't take what Powers wanted to give he is now stuck not being able to receive what Shagwell is crying out to provide. For that to be your central joke, on top of everything else that's wrong with it, means that this is a messy entry indeed.

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