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Writers (WGA):
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Release Date:
22 June 2005 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Start your engines... See more »
Plot:
Maggie Peyton, the new owner of Number 53 - the free-wheelin' Volkswagen bug with a mind of its own - puts the car through its paces on the road to becoming a NASCAR competitor. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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2 wins & 5 nominations See more »
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Cheesy and Corny yet Fun and Enjoyable See more (165 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Lindsay Lohan ... Maggie Peyton

Michael Keaton ... Ray Peyton Sr.

Matt Dillon ... Trip Murphy

Breckin Meyer ... Ray Peyton Jr.

Justin Long ... Kevin

Cheryl Hines ... Sally

Jimmi Simpson ... Crash

Jill Ritchie ... Charisma

Thomas Lennon ... Larry Murphy
Jeremy Roberts ... Crazy Dave

E.E. Bell ... Beeman

Peter Pasco ... Juan Hernandez
Mario Larraza ... Miguel Hernandez

Patrick Cranshaw ... Jimmy D.

Scoot McNairy ... Augie

Amy Hill ... Female Doctor

Jim Cody Williams ... Monster Truck Driver
Allen Bestwick ... Himself
Benny Parsons ... Himself

Jeff Gordon ... Himself

Jimmie Johnson ... Himself
Dale Jarrett ... Himself
Tony Stewart ... Himself

Stuart Scott ... Himself
Bob Dillner ... Speed Channel Reporter

Robert Ben Garant ... Director

Tim Sitarz ... Security Guard

Bruno Gunn ... Bald Trip Fan (as Bruno Gioiello)
Andy Hillenburg ... Crew Chief
Edmund L. Shaff ... Dean
Caroline Limata ... Female Fan

Mary-Bonner Baker ... Female Fan

Mark Deklin ... ESPN Reporter
Rocky Soto ... Trip Murphy Fan

Scott Martin Gershin ... Herbie Vocalizations (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Cass Asher ... Pit Crew Chief (uncredited)
Andy Bray ... The Herbie Guys (uncredited)
John Carey ... Pit Crew Member (uncredited)
Conor Charles ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Skip Crank ... Trips Prop Guy (uncredited)

Anna Faris ... Cindy Campbell (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul Grace ... The Herbie Guy's (uncredited)

Phillip Gramm ... Team Target Pit Guy (uncredited)
Stephan Hallén ... Event Staff (uncredited)

Herbie The Love Bug ... Itself (uncredited)
Devon Marie King ... Trip Murphy Fan (uncredited)
Kirt Kingzett ... The Herbie Guys (uncredited)

Jeff Lam ... The Herbie Guys (uncredited)
Cristi Lamb ... Female Fan (uncredited)

Sean LoGrasso ... Male Fan (uncredited)
Rod Lundgren ... Band Groupie (uncredited)

Rana McAnear ... Trip Murphy Fan (uncredited)

Danielle McKee ... Female Fan (uncredited)

Krocky Meshkin ... Event Staff (uncredited)

Michael Molthen ... Herbie's Pit Crew (uncredited)

A.J. Presley ... Male Fan (uncredited)
Louis Ringe ... Extra (uncredited)

Erik Rusnak ... Race Official (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Racing Fan (uncredited)

Frederick Martin Smith ... Valvoline Owner (uncredited)

Alanna Ubach ... Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by
Angela Robinson 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Thomas Lennon (screenplay) &
Robert Ben Garant (screenplay) and
Alfred Gough (screenplay) &
Miles Millar (screenplay)

Thomas Lennon (story) &
Robert Ben Garant (story) and
Mark Perez (story)

Gordon Buford (characters)

Produced by
Michael Fottrell .... executive producer
Charles Hirschhorn .... executive producer
John G. Scotti .... associate producer (as John Scotti)
Robert Simonds .... producer
Lisa Stewart .... co-producer
Nikki Taylor .... co-producer
Tracey Trench .... executive producer
Sara E. White .... associate producer
Aaron Wilder .... development executive
 
Original Music by
The Blacksmoke Organisation 
Mark Mothersbaugh 
 
Cinematography by
Greg Gardiner (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Wendy Greene Bricmont 
 
Production Design by
Daniel Bradford 
 
Art Direction by
David Lazan  (as David S. Lazan)
 
Set Decoration by
Barbara Mesney 
 
Costume Design by
Frank Helmer 
 
Makeup Department
Merribelle Anderson .... key hair stylist: second unit
Marc Boyle .... additional hair stylist
Kimberly Greene .... makeup department head
Stacy Halax .... additional makeup artist
Joann Kozloff .... makeup artist
Bryn E. Leetch .... key hair stylist: 2nd unit
Barbara Olvera .... hair department head
Christina Raye .... hair stylist
Robert Ryan .... makeup artist: Mr. Keaton
Marsha Shearrill .... key makeup artist: second unit
Dionne Smith .... additional makeup
Laine Trzinski .... key hair stylist
Alexis Walker .... additional makeup artist
'Nikki' LaShandra White .... additional hair stylist
Erin Wooldridge .... key makeup artist
K. Troy Zestos .... additional makeup artist
K. Troy Zestos .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Vincent Agostino .... production supervisor: second unit
Jayne Armstrong .... post-production supervisor
Michael Fottrell .... unit production manager
Sarah Nettinga .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alexander H. Gayner .... first assistant director: second unit
Andy Gill .... second unit director
Jayson Merrill .... key second assistant director
Spiro Razatos .... second unit director
Tyler Romary .... second second assistant director (as Tyler T. Romary)
Amy Schmidt .... key second assistant director
Jeffrey Schwartz .... second second assistant director: second unit
John G. Scotti .... first assistant director (as John Scotti)
David H. Venghaus Jr. .... second assistant director: second unit (as David Venghaus)
 
Art Department
Ernie Alvarez .... construction metal fabricator
Peter Alvarez .... construction general foreman
Jeanne Bueche .... art department administrator
John Bugarcic .... set painter
Greg John Callas .... construction coordinator (as Greg Callas)
Frank Cappiello .... lead greensman
Art Clever .... welder foreman
Chuck Coffman .... set dresser (as Charles H. Coffman)
David Cooney .... storyboard artist
Skip Crank .... assistant property master
Michael A. Cruz .... plaster foreman
Kevin Farrell .... storyboard artist
Francesco Ferrara .... painter
Giovanni Ferrara .... lead paint foreman
Matthew Ferreira .... set dresser
J.J. Fleisher .... set dresser
Martin J. Gibbons .... welding foreman
Allison Gross .... set dresser
Meg Harker .... art department assistant
Al Hobbs .... set designer
Robert W. Joseph .... leadman (as Robert Joseph)
Tom Jung .... storyboard artist
Bret Kane .... additional set dresser
Tedd Keith .... propmaker foreman
Lisa M. Kittredge .... construction auditor
John Markovich .... set dresser
Michael McCombe .... stand-by greensman
Barbara Mesney .... set designer
Mark Moretti .... storyboard artist
Daniel P. Murphy .... construction metal fabricator
Greg O'Donohue .... set dresser
Chris Perez .... general labor foreman
Buddy Ray Reynolds .... set dresser
Kim Richey .... assistant property master: second unit
David Scott .... propmaker
Josh Sheppard .... storyboard artist
Jason Baldwin Stewart .... assistant food stylist (as Jason E. Baldwin)
John Sweeney .... assistant property master
Steve Thayer .... construction foreman
John Michael Tillotson .... set dresser (as John Tillotson)
Tommy Tomlinson .... property master
Gary Trought .... set dresser
Adrian Valdes .... painter foreman
Drew Williams .... buyer
Drew Williams .... set dresser
Ronald L. Woodward .... on-set dresser
Ray Yamagata .... assistant art director
Chris Zimmerman .... stand-by painter
Bryan Buckler .... welder (uncredited)
Amanda J. Flick .... location painter (uncredited)
Michele Mulkey .... props (uncredited)
Clint Schultz .... graphic designer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Christopher Assells .... sound effects editor
John Bires .... audio/network engineering
Tim Boot .... ProTools playback mixer
Frank Bradley .... utility sound
Van Coppock .... additional sound recordist
Paul Flinchbaugh .... media assistant
Scott Martin Gershin .... sound designer
Scott Martin Gershin .... supervising sound editor
Nerses Gezalyan .... sound mixer
Hector C. Gika .... foley editor (as Hector Gika)
Brad Haehnel .... sound recordist
Michael Hertlein .... adr editor
Michael Hertlein .... dialogue editor
Chris Jargo .... adr editor
Chris Jargo .... dialogue editor
Michael Kamper .... sound designer
Michael Kamper .... sound effects editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Daniel R. Kerr .... sound librarian
Steve Nelson .... sound mixer
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Mark Ormandy .... additional sound
Terry Porter .... sound re-recording mixer
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Branden Spencer .... supervising assistant sound editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Jon Title .... sound effects editor
Tami Treadwell .... adr recordist
Hugh Waddell .... adr supervisor
Jeffrey Wilhoit .... foley artist
David Young .... audio/network engineering
Glenn Young .... boom operator
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Peter Zinda .... sound designer
Peter Zinda .... sound effects editor
Dean A. Zupancic .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jon Bethke .... special effects
Jeff Jarvis .... special effects coordinator: second unit
Andrew Miller .... special effects foreman
William A. Pancake Jr. .... special effects technician: second unit
Edward T. Reiff Jr. .... special effects technician
Michael Rifkin .... special effects technician
Kim Robertson .... special effects propmaker
Robert Short .... supervising puppeteer
Bob Stoker .... special effects set operations supervisor (as Bob Stoker Jr.)
Lucinda Strub .... special effects general foreman
Robert Sturgis .... special effects purchaser
Matt Sweeney .... special effects coordinator
Mario Vanillo .... special effects
Douglas D. Ziegler .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Gary Abrahamian .... lead CG animator: CIS Hollywood
Casey Allen .... compositor: Lola Visual Effects
John Bair .... CG artist
Mat Beck .... visual effects supervisor: Entity FX
Sam Breach .... digital artist: ILM
Beau Cameron .... CG artist: MAKE Inc.
Marshall Candland .... digital artist
John Cassella .... lead CG artist: CIS Hollywood
Dylan Cole .... matte painter: CIS Hollywood
Thomas Dadras .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Lorelei David .... visual effects editor: ILM
Valerie Delahaye .... visual effects producer: MAKE, Inc. (as Valerie Delahaye-Ippolito)
Victor DiMichina .... imaging supervisor
Tyler Foell .... digital effects supervisor: Pixel Magic
Adam Francis .... motion control technician
David E. Franks .... compositor: EntityFX
Janet Freedland .... digital effects artist
Mathias Frodin .... digital compositor
Walter Garcia .... visual effects: EntityFX
Larry Gaynor .... lead paint/roto artist: CIS Hollywood
Jennifer Gonzalez .... digital compositor
Bridget Maria Goodman .... digital effects artist: ILM
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist
Greg Groenekamp .... senior compositor
Jay Grunfeld .... compositor: EntityFX
Scott Harper .... animator
Joe Henke .... CG animation supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Jim Hillin .... CG supervisor: Entity FX (as Jim 'Jimbo' Hillin)
Pamela Hobbs .... digital artist
Bruce Holcomb .... hard surface supervisor
Mark Hopkins .... digital compositor
Benjamin Huber .... digital matte painter
Rusty Ippolito .... animation and team lead: MAKE Inc.
Eli Jarra .... compositor: Entity FX
Justin Jones .... digital compositor
Jeffrey Kalmus .... compositing supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Bonnie Kanner .... visual effects executive producer: Pixel Magic
Patrick Kavanaugh .... CG supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Bill Kent .... visual effects supervisor: second unit
Josh Kent .... Inferno artist: Lola Visual Effects
Ed Kramer .... digital effects artist
Richard Kratt .... digital compositor
Donna Lanasa .... technical director: ILM
Joshua LeBeau .... technical director: ILM
Kelvin Lee .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Sara Lee .... visual effects
Andy Lesniak .... compositor: MAKE Inc.
Didier Levy .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Kim Libreri .... visual effects supervisor: ILM
Kymber Lim .... senior visual effects producer: Entity FX
Mark Alan Loso .... compositor
Margaret B. Lynch .... plate coordinator: Hammerhead Productions
Bob Lyss .... digital compositor
Anthony Mabin .... digital compositor: Entity Fx
Diane Macke .... project manager: EFilm
Lisa Maher .... visual effects producer: CIS Hollywood
Jack Noriaki Matsumoto .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Richard Matsushita .... color and lighting technical director
John R. McConnell .... 2D compositor: Pixel Magic
Ray McIntyre Jr. .... visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic (as Raymond McIntyre Jr.)
John Mitchell .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Paolo Moscatelli .... digital artist: Hammerhead Prod.
Julia Neighly .... visual effects coordinator: CIS Hollywood (as Julia Gaudette)
Marla Newall .... 3D camera matchmove lead: ILM
Christopher Nibley .... visual effects director of photography: Hammerhead Productions
Brandy Nightingale .... visual effects associate
Thomas Nittmann .... visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects
January Nordman .... digital compositor
Mark Norrie .... motion control/tracking: Engine Room
Brian Nugent .... Inferno artist: Lola Visual Effects
Shannon Leigh Olds .... visual effects editor
Jeff Olson .... visual effects producer: ILM
James Pastorius .... digital compositor
Henry Preston .... computer graphics supervisor: ILM
Leigh H. Rens .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Jeremy Renteria .... data I/O: Entity FX
Alan Rosenfeld .... digital artist
Dan Rucinski .... visual effects producer: Entity FX (as Daniel Rucinski)
Chris Ryan .... matchmove supervisor: CIS Hollywood (as Christopher Ryan)
Steve J. Sanchez .... digital compositor
Steve Sauers .... character supervisor: ILM
Andrea Shear .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Kirk Shimano .... production and technical support: ILM
Mark Shoaf .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Aaron Singer .... matchmove artist: CIS Hollywood
Philip Sisk .... digital compositor
Thomas J. Smith .... visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Alex Sokoloff .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Colin Strause .... 3D technical supervisor: Lola Visual Effects
Greg Strause .... visual effects supervisor: Lola Visual Effects
Brad Sutton .... digital restoration
Osamu Takehiro .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Wilson Tang .... digital restoration
David Tecson .... motion graphics artist
Lynda Thompson .... visual effects producer (as Lynda Ellenshaw Thompson)
Mark Thompson .... motion graphics designer
Bill Tlusty .... visual effects coordinator: ILM
Devin Uzan .... compositor: Entity FX
David Van Dyke .... plate coordinator
Michael Van Eps .... lead digital paint & rotoscope artist: ILM
John T. Van Vliet .... visual effects supervisor (as John Van Vliet)
Jeff Varga .... digital artist
Juan Carlos Vargas .... visual effects (as Juan Vargas)
Eric Voegels .... digital artist: ILM
Dominika Waclawiak .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Richard Wardlow .... software development
Ryan Wiederkehr .... visual effects production assistant
Edson Williams .... visual effects supervisor: Lola Visual Effects
Scott Wirtz .... animation supervisor: ILM
Manny Wong .... 3D artist: EntityFX
Loeng Wong-Savun .... Inferno artist: Lola Visual Effects
Rachel Wyn Dunn .... senior compositor: Entity FX (as Rachel Dunn)
Chris Qi Yao .... matchmove artist
Joel Ashman .... digital artist: Yu & Co (uncredited)
Matt Brumit .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Marc Chu .... animator: ILM (uncredited)
Rizza Go .... assistant vfx coordinator: Entity FX (uncredited )
John H. Han .... 3D artist: EntityFX (uncredited)
Junji Hirano .... 3D artist: EntityFX (uncredited)
Cynthia Hyland .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Stuart Lowder .... manager (uncredited)
Steve R. Moore .... visual effects consultant (uncredited)
Maggie Oh .... digital effects artist: ILM (uncredited)
Rik Panero .... data I/O manager: Entity FX (uncredited)
David Ridlen .... minor development (uncredited)
Robert Scopinich .... compositor: EntityFX (uncredited)
Terry Shigemitsu .... 3D artist: EntityFX (uncredited)
Chi Chung Tse .... animator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Michael Adams .... stunts
Hank Amos .... stunt rigger
Dean Bailey .... utility stunts
Gregory J. Barnett .... stunts
Terri Cadiente .... stunt double
Doc D. Charbonneau .... stunt driver
Gilbert B. Combs .... stunts (as Gil Combs)
Chris Durand .... stunts
Danny Epper .... stunts
Richard Epper .... stunt driver
John Escobar .... stunt driver
Debbie Evans .... stunt driver: Herbie
Andy Gill .... stunt coordinator
Jack Gill .... stunt driver: Tripp Murphy
Jack Gill .... stunts
David M. Graves .... stunt double
McJoel Hamilton .... stunt driver
Jay Hawley .... stunt driver
Michael B. Johnson .... stunts
Ross A. Jordan .... stunt driver
Steve Kelso .... racing stunt coordinator
Paul M. Lane .... car stunts
Michael R. Long .... stunts (as Michael Long)
Mike Majesky .... stunt driver
Mike Massa .... stunt driver
Eric Matuschek .... stunts
Danny McKeever .... stunt driver
Robert Nagle .... stunt driver
Eric Norris .... stunts
Allan Padelford .... stunts
Denney Pierce .... stunts (as Denny Pierce)
Darrin Prescott .... stunts
Spiro Razatos .... stunt coordinator
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunt double: Justin Long
Rich Rutherford .... stunt driver
Mike Ryan .... stunt driver
David St. Pierre .... stunt double
Justin Sundquist .... stunts
Darlene Ava Williams .... stunt double: Lindsay Lohan
Dick Ziker .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Waide R. Allen .... best boy electric: second unit
Michael Ambrose .... gaffer: additional photography
Shane Andersen .... grip
Michael Anderson .... key grip
Audie Aragon .... dolly grip
Rocky Babcock .... libra head operator
Todd Baldi .... film loader: second unit
Brian Bartolini .... gaffer: second unit
Hans Bjerno .... aerial director of photography
Robin Bursey .... film loader
Walter Byrnes .... grip: second unit
Richard J. Cartwright .... still photographer (as Richard Cartwright)
Larry Cha .... electrician
Peter Chrimes .... key grip: second unit
Vincent Contarino .... dimmer board operator
Andrew Degnan .... second assistant camera
Bruce Dickson .... camera operator
Chris Drechsler .... electrician
David Erickson .... second assistant camera: second unit
Michael Franco .... electrician
Sean Ginn .... electrician
Daniel C. Gold .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Daniel Gold)
Daniel C. Gold .... cinematographer: additional photography
Steve Graves .... grip
Russell Griffith .... additional camera operator
Russell Griffith .... gaffer: splinter unit
Mark Gutterud .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jacques Haitkin .... camera operator: second unit
Jacques Haitkin .... director of photography: second unit
Robert Heine .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Gayle Hilary .... second assistant camera: second unit
Perez Hinton .... second assistant camera: second unit
David Howard .... assistant camera
Alan Jacoby .... film loader: second unit
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera: second unit
Tom Jedrzejcyk .... grip (as Tanqueray)
Hiro Kakuhari .... best boy grip: second unit
Ronald R. Koch Jr. .... electrician
Steve Koster .... aerial director of photography
Dennis J. Lootens .... rigging gaffer
Gary Lowrance .... set lighting technician
Jesse Mather .... lighting technician
Maurice K. McGuire .... camera operator
Jeff Murrell .... chief lighting technician
Evan A. Nesbitt .... first assistant camera: second unit
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jesse Olivares .... digital video assist operator, 2nd Unit
Onofrio Nino Pansini .... camera operator
Steve Reinhardt .... assistant chief lighting technician
Keith Robinson .... assistant camera
Todd Schlopy .... first assistant camera (as R. Todd Schlopy)
David A. Seekins .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Don Selsor .... key rigging grip
Jason Selsor .... best boy rigging grip
Mike Stockton .... electrician
Jeffrey T. Sweet .... grip
Gregg Thompson .... grip
Peter Thoren .... digital video assist: second unit
Dempsey Tillman .... video assist operator (as Dempsey James Tillman)
Kenny Tucker .... lighting technician
Igor Meglic .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
William L. Arance .... animatics
Leigh H. Rens .... character animator
Alexander E. Sokoloff .... lead animator
 
Casting Department
Shawn Barber .... background casting
Lee Genick .... extras casting: New York
Toby Guidry .... casting assistant
Kelly Hunt .... background casting
Rich King .... extras casting
Rick Montgomery .... casting
Chadwick Struck .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alison Gail Bixby .... costumer
Toby Bronson .... set costumer: re-shoots
Pierre Ciofassa .... key set costumer
Nisa Kellner .... key set costumer
Donna Marcione Pollack .... key costumer
Mark Peterson .... costume supervisor (as Mark A. Peterson)
Jennifer Seery .... costumer
Gilda Texter .... costumer: second unit
 
Editorial Department
Thaddeus Baker .... apprentice editor
George Carlston .... dailies colorist
Brian Day .... second assistant film editor
Jason Fabbro .... video colorist
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist
Kacie Kane .... editorial production assistant
Jennifer Lee .... conforming editor
Ryan Michael Miller .... editor: title sequence, yu+Co.
Bob Peishel .... digital intermediate producer
Mark Sahagun .... digital intermediate editor
Saul Saladow .... first assistant film editor (as Saul R. Saladow)
Ian Slater .... first assistant editor: avid
Jeff Smithwick .... film timer
Edward A. Warschilka .... additional editor (as Edward A. Warschilka Jr.)
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Pete Anthony .... conductor
David R. Barkley .... orchestrator (as David Barkley)
Richard Bronskill .... orchestrator
Brent Brooks .... music editor
George Bruns .... composer: theme music
Bob Casale .... electronic score producer (as Robert Casale)
Bob Casale .... score arranger (as Robert Casale)
Kevin Crehan .... additional music editor
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor (as Sandy Decrescent)
George Doering .... musician
John Enroth .... music programmer
Albert Fox .... music programmer
Kaylin Frank .... music executive
Patrick Griffin .... orchestrator (as Pat Griffith)
Christopher Guardino .... orchestrator (as Chris Guardino)
Greg Hayes .... score recordist
Ernie Mannix .... scoring music editor
Howard Paar .... music supervisor
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
James T. Sale .... conductor (as James)
James T. Sale .... orchestrator (as James Sale)
Ralph Sall .... soundtrack songs producer
Ellen Segal .... additional music editor
Jeanette Surga .... additional music editor
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Booker White .... music preparation
 
Transportation Department
Michael Antunez .... transportation coordinator
Michael W. Broomer .... driver
Mark Brown .... driver: production van
Bruce Callahan .... driver
Jack Carpenter .... driver: insert car
Lyle Christensen .... shotmaker driver
Steven Docherty .... picture car captain
Joe Feeney .... driver
Michael Forte .... driver
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Chris Gorden .... transportation
Scotty Goudreau .... driver
Paul Jones .... driver
Dennis McCarthy .... driver: high speed insert car
Michael Menapace .... transportation captain: second unit
Kenneth Newland .... picture car captain
Kenneth A. Owen .... picture car mechanic (as Ken Owen)
Randy White .... picture car coordinator
Dean Winton .... driver
Dave Marcis .... picture vehicle (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Ellen Adolph .... production accountant
Crisoforo Aguilar .... co-key set production assistant
Robert Allen .... construction medic
Michael Altman .... projectionist
Michael Asiman .... key office production assistant
Stacey Barber .... assistant payroll accountant
Michael Brewer .... key assistant location manager
Brinton Bryan .... key set production assistant: second unit
Christopher S. Bryson .... key set production assistant: second unit
Chris Campbell .... key assistant location manager
Dea Cantu .... script supervisor: second unit
David Cervantes .... production assistant
Nina Chea .... assistant to producer
Curtis Collins .... location manager
Heather Deaton .... assistant: Robert Simonds
Shawn Dyrdahl .... production assistant
Ray Felipe .... script researcher
Carey Field .... set production assistant: second unit
Mark A. Freid .... key assistant location manager
Sky Gaven .... director assistant
Marc C. Geschwind .... extras coordinator
Karen Glass .... production executive
Jane Goldsmith .... script supervisor
Michael Heithaus .... lead stand-in
Nancy Honeycutt .... production coordinator
Sam Hunter .... set production assistant: second unit
Patrick G. Ingram .... medic on-location: construction, re-shoots
Jason Inman .... set medic
Clinton Irey .... production assistant
Perry M. Kimura .... digital scanning and recording: EFILM
Arron Kinser .... production assistant
Jon Ko .... set medic
David B. Leener .... product placement coordinator
Alex Leimone .... production assistant
Heidi Lewis .... second second assistant accountant
Cristina Lois .... production secretary: New York
Chellie Louis .... assistant: Spiro Razatos
Peter Lowe .... caterer
Myke Mansberger .... studio services manager
Danielle McKee .... production assistant
Stephanie McKinnon .... production assistant
Meredith Meade .... production secretary (as Meredith G Meade)
Paul Michalak .... production assistant: second unit
Larissa Michel .... assistant coordinator: second unit
David Nico .... assistant production coordinator
Bill O'Donnell .... additional set production assistant
Sandy O'Neill .... publicist
Noelle M. Pflum .... assistant to producer
Aimee Pierson .... set production assistant
Louis Ringe .... car provider
Willy Roberts .... set production assistant
Ryan Robertson .... main title producer
Nick Rufca .... production assistant (as Nicholas Rufca)
Angie Ryan .... second assistant accountant
Will Sandoval .... production assistant
Todd SanSone .... wireless imaging technician
V.W. Scheich .... assistant: Angela Robinson
Paul Schreiber .... location manager: re-shoots
Robert Short .... supervising puppeteer
Anthony Steinhart .... set production assistant: second unit
Anitra Stevens .... production assistant
Mark Sussman .... additional voice
Charles A. Tamburro .... helicopter pilot
Kim Thio .... rigging medic
Amy Louise Tripodi .... assistant to actor
Marvel Wakefield .... script supervisor second unit
Jennifer Webb .... production associate: second unit
Rebecca Edelson .... script clearance administrator (uncredited)
Renee Riess .... hand double: Lindsey Lohan (uncredited)
David Schuety .... assistant chef (uncredited)
 

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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The original script was greenlit largely because the studio liked its decisions to A) place the Herbie character into a realistic world and B) make Herbie's powers subtle and presented in small increments. Later script revisions ended up presenting a more cartoonish and fantasy-based world.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: After the second race when Herbie purposely brakes to let the other person win, when Herbie is being towed away, there is a shot from Herbie's point of view looking at Maggie. In that shot, Maggie is facing Herbie. In the overhead shot, Maggie has rotated 90 degrees to the right.See more »
Quotes:
Maggie Peyton:[reading the note in Herbie's glove box] "Please take care of Herbie. Whatever your problems, he will help you solve them." Great, a fortune cookie on wheels.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Snow Buddies (2008) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
Metal GuruSee more »

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Chapter Headings, an unofficial version:
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55 out of 92 people found the following review useful.
Cheesy and Corny yet Fun and Enjoyable, 21 June 2005
Author: MovieManMenzel from United States

I have been hearing things about "Herbie: Fully Loaded" for at least the past 6 months. I saw the trailer and was not impressed at all; saw the dull poster which also didn't do anything for me. I also have to admit, I was very leery to see this film especially after such a lame trailer, dull poster and hearing about Lindsay Lohan's recent behavior and seeing how she looks like a poor, sickly child from Nigeria. But anyway, I went to see the movie anyway at a sneak preview nonetheless and despite all Lohan's bad publicity lately and the film's lousy marketing campaign, I was actually pretty impressed with the final product of "Herbie: Fully Loaded."

"Herbie: Fully Loaded" takes off right where the other movies left off. Herbie is now washed up and in the junk yard just about to be made into strap metal but just then Maggie (A healthy and attractive looking Linday Lohan) comes to the junk yard to get a car. Why a junk yard you may ask? Because her dad (Michael Keaton) is a NASCAR Coach and so he knows how to repair cars. So Maggie decides to buy Herbie and before you can say Love Bug, Maggie notices that Herbie has a mind of his own, not to mention has the power to be a race car. And so the cheesy but fun Herbie adventure begins.

I actually enjoyed this film which came as a huge shock to me. Like I said earlier this movie had some of the worst marketing and advertising that I have ever seen for a film. However, I am very grateful that the film didn't actually suck like the marketing on this film did. So anyway, having seen the earlier Herbie films I was actually very impressed with this one.

It was also good to see a healthy and attractive Lindsay Lohan again on screen. I have been seeing nothing but this anorectic, skinny, ugly girl on the cover of various magazines for the past month or so. I am really sad that Hollywood has gotten to her head because the girl has talent; she's just falling into the fame and fortune trap of Hollywood. But I don't want to get into my feelings on Lohan right now but just comment on how much I enjoyed her performance in the movie, and how it is probably my favorite role for her since Freaky Friday. Michael Keaton was also very good in his role as the father figure. He also plays one heck of a believable NASCAR Coach. Also I would like to mention Justin Long (Kevin in the film) who is one of Hollywood's new up and coming actors. I really dig this guy in his previous films like "Dodgeball", "Galaxy Quest" & "Jeepers Creepers", along with his role in this film. The guy plays very likable characters and I really liked him as the long lost friend in Herbie. Also Matt Dillon stars as NASCAR Driver Trip Murphy who plays the bad guy with no problem at all which isn't hard since Matt Dillon usually always plays the jerk or unlikable character.

The film's most enjoyable character is of course Herbie who as long as you can remember is a classic character can still be enjoyed. I liked how they updated Herbie a bit but didn't over do it. It was enjoyable to see the connection between Herbie and Maggie. Herbie of course is extremely far fetched like the whole racing in the NASCAR tournament but you cheer for him because he is the underdog. It's nice to see a simple family movie like this being released into theaters at a time where computer animation films like "Shrek", "The Incredibles", and "Madagascar" are kings. I know this movie doesn't compare to the first two films mentioned but I feel it's just as good as "Madagascar" or a lot of other family films released in the last few years. Like I said, it's a simple yet enjoyable film. It has nothing that would offend any children and is enjoyable for Herbie fans and as well as adults.

The film's most memorable scene for me was the scene where Herbie just got bought and comes out of the junk yard and Maggie is trying to drive him to the repair shop to meet up with Kevin (Justin Long) but she finds out that Herbie has a mind of his own and Herbie drives her. It becomes very enjoyable from this point to see how Herbie and Maggie share their emotions going through anger, sadness, and the feeling of being unwanted.

So in the end, "Herbie: Fully Loaded" is much better then the bad trailers lead it to be. It has a lot of heart, a decent story, and is as enjoyable as the previous Herbie Films. Herbie gets a little upgrade and they throw in some corny love bug jokes but hey they are harmless and can be taken with a grain of salt. Overall, I was happy to see Lindsay Lohan looking healthy and enjoying herself on screen along with an old fashioned family film that we rarely see anymore. I think if you're a fan of Herbie you should see this, if you have kids take them and enjoy, and finally if you have nothing to better to do and want to see a harmless, fun film check out "Herbie: Fully Loaded" because although it's pretty cheesy its also a fun and enjoyable time.

MovieManMenzel's final rating for "Herbie: Fully Loaded" is a 7 out of 10.

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