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Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! ()


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Idiocy strikes when a woman and her daughter get separated from their family during the holidays.

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Teddy Duncan
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Amy Duncan
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Gabe Duncan
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Charlie Duncan
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Bob Duncan
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PJ Duncan
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Petunia
Michael Kagan ...
Hank
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Jordan
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Sue
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Stan
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Ivy
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Daryl
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Lenny
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Walter
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Gate Attendant
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TSA Guard
Summer Naomi Smart ...
Flight Attendant #1 (as Summer Smart)
Big Budah ...
Bus Driver (as Leroy Teo)
Jerry Straley ...
Chicken Man
Jeff Olsen ...
Small Town Cop
Cheryl Gaysunas ...
Waitress
Mitch Hall ...
Gunman #1
Darren Ewing ...
Chuck Jablowsky
Sean Bott ...
Nerdy Player
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Defeated Player #1
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Defeated Player #2
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Dead Player
Debra Skeele ...
Woman in Crowd
Robin Venuti ...
Helicopter Pilot
Colleen Baum ...
Waitress #2
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Flight Attendant #2 (as Carleton Bluford)
Tawnya Fox ...
Flight Attendant #3
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oscar Figueroa ...
Teenage Boy at Airport
Janarie Rhambo ...
Kid in Lodge
Devin Allen ...
Party Goer (uncredited)
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Cheerleader (uncredited)
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Airplane passanger (uncredited)
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Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Jason Fullmer ...
Pirate Waiter (uncredited)
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Woman in crowd (uncredited)
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Cowboy Hat guy (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Ryan Johnson ...
Shopper / Audience Member (uncredited)
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Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Cooper Maestas ...
Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Jackson Maestas ...
Airline Passenger (uncredited)
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Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Terri Merrill ...
Woman on Airplane (uncredited)
Karen Peterson ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Shopper / Audience Member (uncredited)
Becky Reiche ...
Girl on Airplane (uncredited)
Carly Reiche ...
Teenage Girl on Airplane (uncredited)
Jackie Reiche ...
Young Woman on Airplane (uncredited)
Shannon Reiche ...
Young Man on Airplane (uncredited)
Shawn Reiche ...
Little Boy on Airplane (uncredited)
Sheena Reiche ...
Teenager on Airplane (uncredited)
Amy Savannah ...
Customer (uncredited)
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Defeated Player (uncredited)
Brent Steffensen ...
Defeated Player (uncredited)
Anna Warner ...
Mall Customer (uncredited)
Floyd Westover ...
Santa Claus (uncredited)

Directed by

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Arlene Sanford

Written by

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Phil Baker ... (creator) (creator) &
Drew Vaupen ... (creator) (creator)
 
Geoff Rodkey ... (written by)

Produced by

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Matias Alvarez ... producer
Phil Baker ... executive producer
Sheri Singer ... executive producer
Dan Staley ... executive producer
Drew Vaupen ... executive producer

Music by

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David Lawrence

Cinematography by

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Kenneth Zunder

Film Editing by

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Anita Brandt Burgoyne ... (as Anita Brandt-Burgoyne)

Editorial Department

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Reigh Casimir ... post-production coordinator
Helen Hand ... assistant editor
Lissette Lopez ... post-production coordinator
Tim Vincent ... final colorist
Veronica Garcia Suazo ... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Jacqueline C. Hernandez ... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Gregg Lang ... colorist: dailies (uncredited)

Casting By

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Geralyn Flood

Production Design by

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Mark Hofeling

Art Direction by

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Richard T. Olson

Set Decoration by

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Konnor Jenson ... (as Konnor Sawyer Jenson)

Costume Design by

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Carolyn Leone

Makeup Department

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Gina Homan ... head of makeup department
Jenna Kilgrow ... head of hair department
Stephanie Scott ... key makeup artist
Maika Taylor ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Jennifer Chapman ... production supervisor
Jennifer Chapman ... production supervisor
Margaret Hilliard ... unit production manager
Adam Lambert ... post-production supervisor
Andrea P. Stilgenbauer ... post-production supervisor (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Christopher Barnes ... first assistant director
Brent Geisler ... second second assistant director
Heather Toone ... second assistant director (as Heather Toone Johnson)

Art Department

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Burke Bowthorpe ... assistant property master
David Brothers ... key scenic
Zak Ciotti ... set dresser
Jason Haase ... art department coordinator
Terry Haskell ... property master
Michael Kirkland ... scenic
Conrad Laga ... property assistant
John Malmborg ... construction coordinator
Lu Prickett ... on-set dresser (as L.S. Prickett)
Dustin Rouillard ... scenic painter

Sound Department

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Douglas Cameron ... production sound mixer
Joe Cappelletti ... voice director: adr
Tim Chilton ... foley artist (2011)
Kurt Kassulke ... re-recording mixer
Todd Langner ... re-recording mixer
David Torres ... foley mixer

Special Effects by

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Chuck Johnson ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Mary Dowd ... digital effects artist
Sarah McAnally ... visual effects editor
Dan Schmit ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Kathy Jarvis ... stunt coordinator
Katie Sciuto ... utility stunt driver
Don Shanks ... utility stunt: performer
Brent Steffensen ... utility stunt: performer
Chester E. Tripp III ... utility stunt driver (as Chester Tripp)
Katie Sciuto ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dean Aoki ... first assistant camera
Mary Boregino ... camera loader
Kurtis Burr ... second assistant camera
Zak Ciotti ... grip
Brandon Gleave ... lighting technician
Fred Hayes ... still photographer
Gary Johnson ... second assistant camera
Kevin Kennedy ... key grip
Kelly Klindt ... grip
Bud Kremp ... a camera operator: steadicam
Josh Lee ... electrician
Otto Nemenz ... camera systems
Rick Page ... first assistant camera
Brian Sullivan ... camera operator
Charles Unice ... electrician
Peter Weiland ... lighting technician
Garlan Wilde ... gaffer
Stelios Xanthos ... camera pa

Casting Department

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Joy Ealy ... adr voice casting
Jenn Gaw ... casting assistant
Carol Goldwasser ... additional casting
Jeff Johnson ... casting: Utah
Tye Nelson ... casting associate: local
Yun ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Michelle l Boucher ... seamstress
Nicole Gorsuch ... original costumes by
Shantell Guy ... set costumer (as Shantell Guy-Rowland)
Barbara Nelson ... costume supervisor
Jacqueline Newell ... set costumer
Natalie Pascual ... costumer
Kacie Seamons ... assistant costume designer
Brooke Westberg ... set costumer

Location Management

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Carole Fontana ... location manager
Andrew Langton ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Fay Aiyana ... music editor
Matt LaPoint ... score mixer
Jeff Lingle ... music editor
Steven Vincent ... music supervisor
Pancho Burgos-Goizueta ... composer assistant (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Cody Cross ... electric truck driver
Brett Miller ... transportation co-captain
Barry Tuttle ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Devin Allen ... stand-in (as Devin Chase Allen)
Elecia Avila ... set production assistant: day player
Barbara Biddle ... broadcast producer
Erika V. Carlson ... assistant accountant
Marcie Gibboney ... production assistant
Kipling Hicks ... production coordinator
Zachary Kinney ... title designer
Rachel Moceri ... set production assistant
Marshall D. Moore ... film commissioner
Kate Morrison ... script supervisor
Fenton Quinn ... animal trainer
Jennifer Ricci ... production accountant
Ben Sant ... set medic
Christopher Scott ... choreography by
Brenden Whitney ... stand-in for Mr. Dolley
Billy Wilkin ... set production assistant
Jason Fullmer ... stand-in (uncredited)
Mary Alice Nelson ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Teddy Duncan's middle-class family embarks on a plane flight from their Denver home to visit Mrs. Duncan's parents, the Blankenhoopers, in Palm Springs - all except daughter Teddy and mother Amy, for whom a cross country odyssey begins when a chance at free plane fare leads to a curtailed bus ride, a nightmarish experience in a Yugo, hitchhiking with a pair of alien abductees, and peddling through the desert on a tandem bike. All the while, the male Duncans survive a zany Christmas with Grandpa and Grandma Blankenhooper. Written by Disney / revised by statmanjeff

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Also Known As
  • Good Luck Charlie: The Movie (United States)
  • Good Luck Charlie: The Road Trip Movie (United Kingdom)
  • Bonne Chance Charlie - Le Film (France)
  • Meine Schwester Charlie - Der Film (Germany)
  • Meine Schwester Charlie UNTERWEGS - Der Film (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia To make it look more like a movie, the house set lights are dimmed down and the outdoor lights are brightened. See more »
Goofs The Denver Airport has a pretty distinct roof to represent the Rockies. When the Duncans are leaving Denver, the airport shown is Reagan Airport in DC - the Washington Monument is visible in the background. See more »
Movie Connections Follows Good Luck Charlie (2010). See more »
Soundtracks I'm Gonna Run To You See more »
Quotes Gabe Duncan: Grandpa, how'd you get an antique like this?
Grandpa: I bought it new.
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