Rockin' with Judy Jetson (film)
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|Rockin' with Judy Jetson|
|Release date:||September 18, 1988|
Jean Vander Pyl
|Executive producer(s):||William Hanna|
|Music composed by:||Sven Libaek|
|Screenplay by:||Charles M. Howell IV|
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Rockin' with Judy Jetson is an American animated sci-fi musical comedy television film based on the 1962 The Jetsons and 1960 The Flintstones TV series. It is the second Jetsons entry and the seventh overall in the Hanna-Barbera's Superstars 10 movie anthology series. It aired on September 18, 1988 in syndication. It was written by Charles M. Howell IV and Kevin Hopps, and directed by Paul Sommer.
Judy, along with her friends and family, helps save a kidnapped rockstar and a whole planet full of tiny aliens from the music hating Felonia Funk.
In order of appearance:
- Space gas station
- Flying cars
The music was composed by Sven Libaek.
- "Rockin' Round the Galaxy" - B.J. Ward and Rob Paulsen
- "Jupiter Jump" - Rob Paulsen
- "Gleep Glorp" - Rob Paulsen and B.J. Ward
- "Shooting Star" - B.J. Ward and Rob Paulsen
- "Surfin' in Space" - B.J. Ward
- "A House is Not a Home" - B.J. Ward
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: September 18, 1988 in syndication
Behind the scenes
- This is the second of three films, where Judy falls in love with a musician.
- The character models of Mickey Meteorite (now blond), Nick Nova, and Curly Quasar are used for background characters.
- The Zoomies somewhat resemble the title characters of Snorks.
- In the opening shot of the Jetsons flying past the screen, George's orange hair has been switched with Elroy's blond hair.
- The second time Jane's head pops up in the opening song, she has platinum blonde hair.
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