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Comic Book: The Movie (27-Jan-2004)

Director: Mark Hamill

Original Score Composed by: Billy West

Producers: Scott Zakarin; Eric Mittleman; Mark Hamill; Roger Rose; Jess Harnell; Billy West

Keywords: Comedy, Comic Book

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
J. J. Abrams
Film/TV Producer
27-Jun-1966   Alias and Lost
Jeremy Bulloch
16-Feb-1945   Boba Fett in the Star Wars series
Sid Caesar
8-Sep-1922 12-Feb-2014 Your Show of Shows
Bruce Campbell
22-Jun-1958   Evil Dead
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
Donna D'Errico
30-Mar-1968   Donna Marco on Baywatch
Debi Derryberry
27-Sep-1967   Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Matt Groening
15-Feb-1954   Creator of The Simpsons
Mark Hamill
25-Sep-1951   Luke Skywalker in Star Wars
Ray Harryhausen
29-Jun-1920 7-May-2013 Stop-motion genius
Hugh Hefner
9-Apr-1926 27-Sep-2017 Founder, Playboy magazine
Tom Kenny
13-Jul-1962   Mr. Show, SpongeBob SquarePants
Maurice LaMarche
30-Mar-1958   Kif on Futurama
Stan Lee
28-Dec-1922 12-Nov-2018 Created Spider-Man and The Hulk
Chase Masterson
26-Feb-1963   Leeta on Star Trek: DS9
Peter Mayhew
19-May-1944 30-Apr-2019 Chewbacca in Star Wars
Phil Morris
4-Apr-1959   Mission: Impossible revival
Bill Mumy
1-Feb-1954   Will Robinson on Lost in Space
Gary Owens
Radio Personality
10-May-1936 12-Feb-2015 Radio DJ, announcer for Laugh-In
Rob Paulsen
11-Mar-1956   Voice of Ninja Turtle Raphael
Ron Perlman
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
David Prowse
1-Jul-1935   Darth Vader, Green Cross Code Man
Kevin Michael Richardson
25-Oct-1964   The Cleveland Show
Kevin Smith
Film Director
2-Aug-1970   Mallrats
Tara Strong
12-Feb-1973   Voice of Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls
Jill Talley
19-Dec-1962   Mr. Show
Billy West
16-Apr-1952   Futurama voices, Ren and Stimpy
Jonathan Winters
11-Nov-1925 11-Apr-2013 Mearth, son of Mork


Mark Hamill   ...   Donald Swan
Donna D'Errico   ...   Papaya Smith
Billy West   ...   Leo Matuzik
Roger Rose   ...   Taylor Donohue
Jess Harnell   ...   Ricky
Lori Alan   ...   Anita Levine
Daran Norris   ...   Bruce Easely
Tom Kenny   ...   Derek Sprang
Scott La Rose   ...   Mac (Comic Store Pal #1)
Gary Anthony Williams   ...   Kurt (Comic Store Pal #2)
Joseph I. Burns   ...   Jack Whitney
Arleen Sorkin   ...   Ms. Q (Studio Secretary)
James Arnold Taylor   ...   J. T.
Debi Derryberry   ...   Debby Newman
Jill Talley   ...   Jill Sprang
Mac Kenny   ...   Mac Spring
Jim Cummings   ...   Voice of Dr. Cedric Perview
Megan Cornelius   ...   Loose Lips Lois (Garage Reporter)
Sid Caesar   ...   Julius (Army Buddy #1)
Jonathan Winters   ...   Wally (Army Buddy #2)
Tara Strong   ...   Voice of Hotel Maid
Gina Gatto   ...   2nd Liberty Lass
Featured Cast (as Themselves)
Stan Lee   ...   Himself
Peter David   ...   Himself
Hugh Hefner   ...   Himself
Kevin Smith   ...   Himself
Ray Harryhausen   ...   Himself
Bruce Campbell   ...   Himself
Matt Groening   ...   Himself
Phil Morris   ...   Himself
Chase Masterson   ...   Herself
Edd Hall   ...   Himself
Jim Cummings   ...   Himself
Gary Owens   ...   Himself
Bob Lange   ...   Himself
Greg Nicotero   ...   Himself
Beth A. Hathaway   ...   Herself
Paul Dini   ...   Himself
Mark Evanier   ...   Himself
Bill Mumy   ...   Himself
Scott Shaw   ...   Himself
Bruce Timm   ...   Himself
Ron Perlman   ...   Himself
Michael Mignola   ...   Himself
Laura Nativo   ...   Herself
Tracy Butcher   ...   Herself
Nathan Kane   ...   Himself
Andy Mangels   ...   Himself
Maggie Thompson   ...   Herself
Peter Mayhew   ...   Himself
David Prowse   ...   Himself
Jeremy Bulloch   ...   Himself
Mark Teague   ...   Himself
Violet Benny   ...   Herself
Zee Miller   ...   Herself
Matt Mariska   ...   Himself
Mike Richardson   ...   Himself
Christine Anderson   ...   Herself
J. J. Abrams   ...   Himself
Nina Kaczorowski   ...   Herself
Junko Todaka   ...   Herself
Amanda Elliott   ...   Herself
Kristine Poplar   ...   Herself


Review by John Elrod 2 (posted on 11-May-2005)

This is a movie that focuses on what Hollywood is doing to the comic book industry. Mark Hamill did a great job at creating a completly new comic book character with: a background, old cover art, and the family history of the creator. Hamill plays a comic book historian who loves old comic books, and he is brought on to direct a documentary about his favorite comic book heroes for a new movie about one of his favorite characters, Commander Courage. Little does he know that the film's makers are planning to revamp the entire story to make the movie more "appealing" to today's audience, but he can't stand for this and he sets out to save the character that he loves. This film does a terrific job at showing what goes on in the comic book world. Nearly the entire movie is set at the San Diego Comic-Con, which is a convention for comic books, video games, and all things entertainment. CB:TM also stars a bundle of other great talents: Billy West, Jess Harnell, Roger Rose, Donna D'Errico, Tom Kenny, and Daran Norris. It also features guest appearances from Kevin Smith, Stan Lee, Matt Groening, Bruce Campbell, Hugh Hefner, Sid Caesar, Jonathan Winters, Ray Harryhausen, and Bill Mumy. With such a wonderfully talented cast, this movie couldn't help but be excellent. This is THE movie for any comic book fan, and I give it 4/4 stars.

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