The Jetsons have made their film debut in a film about family, friends, and all that stuff. George's tightwad boss, Mr. Spacely, is determined to get his remote factor on his ore asteroid miles away to make 1,000,000 sprocketts, but all the vice-presidents sent to run it have disappeared for some reason, so Mr. Spacely must find someone else to run it: it would have to be someone mighty brave, and mighty stupid. So who does he pick? George Jetson. So George packs up his family: Jane, his sensible and loving wife; Judy- his rebellious teenage daughter who's gotten a new boyfriend: a super galactical rock star; Elroy- basketball champ who's losing faith in his father; and Rosie, his sassy maid. So while Judy meets another boy and enjoys a huge shopping mall, George sets off to work with his new friend, a robot foreman named Rudy 2. The factory is soon sabotaged on opening day, so George intends to investigate and disappears. So it's up to Elroy and his new friends to rescue George. ... Written by
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Did You Know?
, the original voice of Judy Jetson, can still be heard during a few points in the film. These include: "Way to go, Dad!" (when George announces to his family about being promoted to vice president), "Uh... I think" (when Judy falls through the hologram tree and Apollo Blue asks her if she's alright) and "Yay, Daddy!" (heard twice: the first time after George presses the button to start the plant, and again when George convinces Mr. Spacely to shut down the factory). There's even one unedited line of dialogue by Waldo as Judy, which can be heard off-screen. When the family convinces George that the plant is destroying the Grungees' home, Judy says "It's more than a city. It's their entire world. You're destroying it and them." It is unknown why the particular line by Waldo was left in (either by accident or most likely since the line is spoken off-screen and people would assume that Jane who says this; however, the DVD subtitles clearly confirm it's Judy who says the line). See more
Near the end of the film, George Jetson legs are shown tied up and untied at different moments. See more
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While the beginning of the end credits play, stills from the movie are shown and when that's over the words: dedicated to the memory of George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc (who died a year before the film's release) appears. See more
Spoofs The Simpsons
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