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Based on a true-story - A Plumm Summer tells the remarkable tale of two young brothers, Elliott and Rocky Plumm, who go head-to-head with the FBI in order to crack the "frog-napping" case and get their beloved TV puppet, Froggy Doo back on... See more »

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Narrator
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Mick Plumm
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Happy Herb
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Roxie Plumm
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Elliott Plumm (as Chris J. Kelly)
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Rocky Plumm
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Haley Dubois
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Viv
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Wayne Dubois
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Agent Hardigan
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Agent Brinkman
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Art Bublin
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Binky the Clown
Gavin Black ...
Wally
Ben Trotter ...
Orin
John Hosking ...
Dick Spreen
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Cookie
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Dirty Pat
Quinn Knox ...
Dave
Ian Lacy ...
Billy the Bully
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Sheriff Strunk
Noa Benperlas ...
Clovie
Rusty Hendrickson ...
Aldo
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Marsha
Jessica John ...
Channel 8 Newscaster
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Martie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benjamin Dawley-Anderson ...
Ice Cream Man
Devan Leder ...
Kidnapper #1
Michael Lemert ...
Kid on Bicycle #1 (uncredited)

Directed by

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Caroline Zelder

Written by

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T.J. Lynch ... (screenplay) and
Frank Antonelli ... (screenplay) &
Caroline Zelder ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Jonelle S. Anderson ... associate producer
Frank Antonelli ... producer
Lorraine Berglund ... associate producer
Scott Erickson ... executive producer
Lisa Guerrero ... executive producer
Doug Metzger ... co-producer
Douglas Kahelemauna Nam ... associate producer
Caroline Zelder ... producer

Music by

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Tom Hiel

Cinematography by

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Mark Vargo

Film Editing by

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Jonathan Lucas

Editorial Department

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Jaclyn Lelea ... post-production coordinator
Bryan McMahan ... digital intermediate colorist
Staci Pontius ... first assistant editor
Jason Fabbro ... additional digital intermediate colorist (uncredited)
Mark Sahagun ... digital intermediate editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Tina Buckingham
Jory Weitz

Production Design by

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Alan E. Muraoka

Set Decoration by

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Wanda 'Beau' Peterson

Costume Design by

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Nola Roller

Makeup Department

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Annie Dobb ... makeup artist
Melissa Ferreira ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Yvonne Reddy ... makeup artist
Holly Remington ... hair stylist
L. Taylor Roberts ... makeup department head (as Lisa Taylor Roberts)

Production Management

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Steve Beswick ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Zach Hunt ... second second assistant director
David Mendoza ... first assistant director: second unit / second assistant director
Doug Metzger ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Chad Branham ... property master
Aaron Garnas ... set dresser
Sherman Hall ... assistant property master
J.D. Jacoby ... assistant set decorator
Erik P. Resel ... set dresser
Sarah Wolfe ... art department coordinator

Sound Department

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John Benson ... supervising sound editor
Kenneth R. Burton ... re-recording mixer
Scott Cannizzaro ... adr mixer
Heidi DuBose ... boom operator
Troy William Dunn ... sound mixer
Larry Hopkins ... layback sound mixer
Steve Kinsey ... sound mixing technician
Jason Krane ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Andre Perreault ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Bobby Brooks ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Erin L. Nelson ... digital restoration

Stunts

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Jonelle S. Anderson ... stunt double
Lee T. Mills ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tony Ballew ... best boy grip
Brian Branton ... key grip
Stu Brumbaugh ... electrician
Brett B. Bunner ... video assist operator / videographer
Jeff Cronin ... electrician
J.P. Gabriel ... gaffer
Audrey Hall ... still photographer
April Kelley ... second assistant camera
J. Steven Matzinger ... camera operator
Jason McKnight ... best boy electric
Jamie Stephens ... first assistant camera
Andrew Thie ... electrician
Brad Markel ... camera operator: "c" camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Tina Buckingham ... casting: Montana
Jessica Johnson Tavenner ... casting assistant (as Jessica Johnson)
Jory Weitz ... casting: Los Angeles

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ela Jo Erwin ... assistant costume designer
Courtney Hess ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Briana Burke ... location manager
Kelly Matheson ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Frank Antonelli ... music supervisor
Kyle Kenneth Batter ... orchestrator
Onnalee Blank ... music editor
Julianne Freund ... assistant to composer (as Julie Freund)
Dave Holden ... technical score advisor
Jan Holzner ... music recording engineer/orchestra music
Lesley Langs ... music editor
Clinton Rusich ... orchestrator

Script and Continuity Department

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Eva Zelder ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Bill C. Dawson ... driver
D'Aldo Fazzone ... driver
Christine Schuman ... transportation captain
Phil Schuman ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Magi Berciano ... contract administrator
Stu Brumbaugh ... condor operator
Pamela Garrett ... first assistant accountant
Royce Gorsuch ... production assistant
David Grauberger ... assistant to director
Rena Hanover ... production assistant
Kathy Hayner ... accounting clerk
Jhett Johnson ... stand in/photo double
Suzanne Lehfeldt ... production coordinator
Zena Dell Lowe ... production assistant (as Zena Dell Schroeder)
Matt McCombs ... international sales
Molly Murray ... key production accountant
Phillip L. Rosen ... production legal
Betty Vargo ... animal trainer
Penny Weibert ... stand-in (as Penny Weibert Arthur)
Allison Whitmer ... line producer
Jo Young ... production assistant
Chris Stiles ... production coordinator (uncredited)

Thanks

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Sten Iversen ... special thanks
Penny Ronning ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary
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Taglines When the most popular frog on TV goes missing, two brothers go on the adventure of a lifetime to find him. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Żabusiu, gdzie jesteś? (Poland)
  • Una magica estate (Italy)
Runtime
  • 99 min
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Box Office

Budget $3,700,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $889,758, 25 Apr 2008
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $9,723,800, 08 Jun 2020

Did You Know?

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Goofs After Elliott yelled at his father in prison he had tears on his cheeks. When he walked away, 3 seconds later, the tears where gone. See more »
Movie Connections References Leave It to Beaver (1957). See more »
Soundtracks Summer Of Our Life See more »

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