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"Shake It Up!" Made in Japan (2012)

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Original Air Date:
17 August 2012 (Season 2, Episode 28)
A 90-minute song and dance-filled event follows best friends Rocky and CeCe as they travel to Tokyo to star in an interactive dance video game... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Terrible, Shameful, Would pay a dollar to watch it. See more (1 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Bella Thorne ... CeCe Jones

Zendaya ... Rocky Blue

Davis Cleveland ... Flynn Jones

Roshon Fegan ... Ty Blue

Adam Irigoyen ... Deuce Martinez

Kenton Duty ... Gunther Hessenheffer

Caroline Sunshine ... Tinka Hessenheffer

Keone Young ... Mr. Wantanabe

Anita Barone ... Georgia Jones

R. Brandon Johnson ... Gary Wilde

Buddy Handleson ... Henry Dillon

Ally Maki ... Keiko Ishizuka

Albert Kuo ... Ichiro Wantanabe

Amy Okuda ... Hideko Wantanabe

Brian Tee ... Mr. Itou

Adam Wylie ... Andy

Dee Dee Rescher ... Shelley Goldfeder

Karen Maruyama ... Michi

Christopher Naoki Lee ... Genta

Anna Akana ... Tomoka

Takayo Fischer ... Wantanabe's Mother

Tohoru Masamune ... Executive #1

Tadamori Yagi ... Man at Watanabe Office

Taishi Mizuno ... Business Man

Gaku Space ... Officer #1
Tadashi Kondo ... Officer #2

Blue Man Group ... Themselves
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Angela Gacad ... Dancer

Leo Lam ... Dancer
Andrew Nienu ... Chorus Dancer

Duncan Tran ... Bboy

John Wusah ... Principle Dancer (as John Wusah)

Johnny Erasme ... (uncredited)

Terumi Shimazu ... Manicurist (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Joel Zwick 
Writing credits
Rob Lotterstein 

Chris Thompson (creator)

Kevin Bonani  staff writer
Jenn Lloyd  staff writer
David Tolentino  staff writer

Produced by
Eileen Conn .... executive producer
David Holden .... consulting producer
Jenny Lee .... co-producer
Zack Lowenstein .... associate producer
Frank Pace .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Corcoran 
Eric Goldman 
Alec Puro 
Casting by
Suzanne Goddard-Smythe 
Production Design by
Greg Richman 
Makeup Department
Donna J. Bard .... key makeup artist
Tina Fabulic .... department head hairstylist
Nena Ross .... key hair stylist
Art Department
Jeremy Armstrong .... property master
Nicole Case .... set decoration production assistant
Sarah Chase .... set dresser
Natalie Contreras .... leadperson
Rhea Rebbe .... assistant art director
Leo Rodriguez .... set dresser
Michael Warga .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Brent Findley .... sound editor
Beth Wiehe .... sound editor
Shane Daniels .... stunts
Danny Wayne .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Cody Jake Banks .... lamp operator
Brannon D. Brown .... camera technician: Phantom Flex
Gaylan Andrew Hussain .... grip (2011-2013)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mina Amirzai .... key costumer
Editorial Department
David Garver .... assistant editor
Jeff Stroot .... telecine assistant
Christine Seino .... assistant on-line editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Aris Archontis .... theme: Written and Produced by
Ben Charles .... composer: additional music
Cheryl Foliart .... music supervisor
Selena Gomez .... performer: theme song
Zack Hexum .... composer: additional music (as Zachary Hexum)
Jeannie Lurie .... theme: written and produced by
Chen Neeman .... theme: Written and Produced by
Other crew
Chrystal Ayers .... miscellaneous crew
Lisa Collins .... script supervisor
Sarah Lenkowski .... production assistant
Tony O'Dell .... Acting Coach

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Thompson  creator

Additional Details

90 min (including commercials)

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1 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Terrible, Shameful, Would pay a dollar to watch it., 17 August 2012
Author: obialfred from United States

The movie is racist, stereotypical, it has corny jokes, stupid characters, bad acting, etc. The two girls on Shake it Up annoy me so much, The songs use heavy auto-tune, they can't dance, heck they certainly cannot act. Disney needs to get it's act together if they want to survive in the long run. They tried to hype this movie up in an attempt to get some better ratings but it's not going to work with me!

I will NOT PAY A CENT for this mediocre movie. These girls need to quit, spend at least 3 years taking more dancing lessons or singing lessons and then we can talk. The dancing was so sloppy. I'm sorry for repeating things but this movie makes me so angry and that is not a movie that you want to watch. Please do yourself a favor and don't watch the movie. Also give it a low star. Disney needs to stop dishing out junk like this.

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