Madeline: Lost in Paris is an Animated Madeline Musical Comedy Film, produced by DIC Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Children's Television Workshop and Walt Disney Animation Studios and released theatrically on August 3, 1999 by Walt Disney Pictures and Universal Studios around the world. When it premiered at the Radio City Music Hall, it received rave reviews, it was positively received by Critics and audiences alike and became one of the greatest critical and Box Office successes. It became one of the Highest Grossing Films of 1999, grossing over $2.9 Billion at the Box Office in America and $5.10 Billion worldwide, making the second most expensive film ever made with the estimated budget of $10,000 Billion.

Notably, it won all eleven Academy Awards for which it was nominated, making it the third Animated Movie with the Biggest Clean Sweep after An American Tail and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (tying the record for most wins with Sunset Boulevard, Ben-Hur, West Side Story, The Color Purple, Titanic, The Tigger Movie, My Fair Madeline, Clifford's Really Big Movie, Bambi 2 and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King), Don't Eat the Pictures and Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird won Five including Best Picture. It also won the Academy Award for Best Picture the third time an Animated film has done so (An American Tail was the first to win an Oscar for Best Picture, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was the second to win for Best Picture, The Tigger Movie would be the fourth to win an Oscar for Best Picture along with Clifford's Really Big Movie as the fifth, My Fair Madeline as the sixth, Bambi 2 as the seventh and Madeline in Tahiti as the eighth) at the 72nd Academy Awards.

In 2009, it was re released in Theaters worldwide celebrating the 10th anniversary at the Civic Theater in Auckland, New Zealand. It also premiered at the Madeline Theater at Glenbrook Vintage Railway in Auckland, winning all 10 New Zealand Film and TV Awards presented by Rene Astle. Upon its release on August 3 1999, the film achieved both critical, audience and commercial success. Since its release, Madeline: Lost in Paris has appeared on the American Film Instintute's award winning 100 years... series and it has ranked 9 lists. It's also the first Movie to have seven members of the Frat Pack and their first Animated Film for the Rat Pack including Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Sammy Davis. Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, Frank Sinatra, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Jack Black, Will Ferrell and Steve Carrell. It also stars Molly Ringwald, Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis Dreyfuss, Harvey Fierstein, Adam Sandler, Dustin Hoffman, Martin Sheen, Michael J. Fox and Thomas F. Wilson.

Brittany Byrnes had written references to Classic Movies and Stars including The Wizard of Oz, Little Caesar, The Marx Brothers, The Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Walt Disney, Victor Fleming, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Singing in the Rain, Frank Capra, Abbott and Costello, The Ritz Brothers, Mighty Joe Young, Willis O'Brien, Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, My Fair Lady, Shirley Temple, A. Arnold Gillespie, Bert Lahr, Our Gang, Alfred Hitchcock, The Great Train Robbery, Ethel Merman, Milton Berle, Around the World in 80 Days, Gone with the Wind, King Kong, Freaks, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Top Hat, Singing in the Rain and Hello, Dolly!.

The Film won 11 all Academy Awards at the 72nd Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director.


Directors Stan Phillips, Marija Miletic Dail, Jim Reardon, Gary Ross, Wes Archer, Gene Wilder, Norman Jewison, Stanley Kramer, Francis Ford Coppola, Jeffery Lynch, Rich Moore, Steven Dean Moore, Chris Clements, David Silverman, Brad Bird, Ron Clements, John Musker, Andrew Stanton, Mark Ervin, George Lucas, Judy Reilly, Carlos Baeza, Neil Affleck, Don Bluth, D.B. Sweeney, Frank Oz, Jim Henson, Ron Howard, Walt Disney, Kent Butterworth, Rob Minkoff, Robert Zemeckis, Steven Spielberg, Mark Kirkland, Les Clark and Tim Burton

Producers Stan Phillips, D.B. Sweeney, Gene Wilder, Tony Geiss, Norman Jewison, Stanley Kramer, Don Hahn, Judy Freudberg, Andy Heyward, Robby London, Saul Cooper, Pancho Kohner, Riley Kathryn Ellis, James L. Brooks, Richard Raynis, Sam Simon, Richard Sakai, Don Bluth, Don Sahlin, Richard Williams, Pete Doctor, Joe Ranft, Andrew Stanton, Ian Maxtone-Graham, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, George Meyer, Jon Vitti, Mel Brooks, Richard Hunt, Jerry Nelson, Steven Spielberg, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Michael Maliani, Dr. Seuss, Mervyn LeRoy, Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, Barry Mendel, Barrie M. Osborne, Frank Marshall, Gary Ross, Kathleen Kennedy, Jerry Juhl, Judy Rothman Rofe, Jon Stone, Tom Hanks, Arthur Freed, Kent Butterworth, Gary Goldman, George Lucas, John Lasseter, Francis Ford Coppola, Roy E. Disney, Mel Gibson, Thomas Halleen, Robert Zemeckis, Rob Minkoff, Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Walt Disney

Executive Producers Andy Heyward, Robby London, Jon Stone, Michael Maliani, Saul Cooper, Pancho Kohner, Richard Raynis, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Tony Geiss, Judy Freudberg, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, John Swartzwelder, Brad Bird and John Lasseter

Co Producers Sam McMurray, Penelope Spheeris, Jon Stone, Joan Ganz Cooney, Jon Vitti, George Meyer and Peter Jackson

Story by Jacqueline Feather and David Siedler

Screenplay by Tony Geiss and Judy Freudberg

Consultants George Meyer, Jon Vitti, Mike Scully, Tim Long, Matt Selman, John Frink, Marc Wilmore, David X. Cohen, Michael Price and Ron Hauge

Based upon the Characters by Ludwig Bemelmans

Songs, Lyrics and Music by Judy Rothman Rofe, Andy Street, Richard and Robert Sherman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Danny Elfman, Randy Newman, D.B. Sweeney, Alf Clausen, Tony Geiss, Tim Rice, Stephen Schwartz, James Horner, Alan Menken, Jerry Herman, Jeff Moss, Howard Ashman and Joe Raposo

Music Composed by Andy Street, Alf Clausen and John Williams

Music Conducted by Danny Elfman

Executive in charge of Production Richard Raynis, Don Sahlin and Stacey Gallishaw

Production Superviser Emily Wensel

Associate Producers Bonnie Vitti, Lisa A. Salamone, Ninette Kohley and Don Hahn

Production Coordinators Jasmine Jabour, Frank Oz and Jim Henson

Voice Directors Marsha Goodman Einstein, Frank Oz and D.B. Sweeney

Music Supervisors Danny Elfman, Joanne Miller and Karyn Ulman

Narrated by Christopher Plummer

Starring Lauren Bacall, Mel Brooks, Jason Alexander, Gilbert Gottfried, Mel Blanc, Pat Hingle, Danny Elfman, Tom Jones, Heath Ledger, Sean Connery, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis. Jr, Joey Bishop, Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford, Jerry Lewis, Ashley Argota, Brittany Byrnes, Rene Astle, Nikita Hopkins, Alexandre Owens, Reece P. Thompson, Sam Saletta, Blake Jeremy Collins, Justin Chapman, Bug Hall, Kevin Jamal Woods, Chantal Strand, Ross Bagley, Laramie Landis, Alison Waddell, Seth Adkins, Wade Hayward, Jamie Bell, Dylan Sprouse, Cole Sprouse, Angus T. Jones, Aaron Astle, Kelly Astle, Miko Hughes, Syndi Beaudoin, Hayden Panettiere, Courtland Meads, Dakota Fanning, Yeardley Smith, Whoopi Goldberg, Billy Connolly, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Don Rickles, Buddy Hackett, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Andrea Libman, Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Jerry Juhl, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Matt Vogal, Richard Hunt, David Rudman, Don Sahlin, Caroll Spinney, Joey Mazzarino, Carman Osbahr, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Steve Whitmire, Fran Brill, Eric Jacobson, D.B. Sweeney, Gary Goldman, Ian McKellen, Sam Neil, Jennifer Copping, Brittany Irvin, Tabitha ST. Germain, Ray Charles, Veronika Sztopa, Rochelle Greenwood, Danny Mann, Dean Jones, Patrick Stewart, Joan Plowright, David Cross, Anne Hathaway, Victor Garber, Cher, David Niven, Charles Kimbrough, Darren McGavin, Herschel Benardi, Charlie Martin Smith, Elizabeth Daily, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Reubens, Bill Irwin, Christopher Lloyd, Michael Keaton, Johnny Depp, French Tickner, Hugh Laurie, Mark Williams, Rowan Atkinson, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Michael Heyward, Suzanne Pleshette, Jim Carrey, Gary Ross, JIm Belushi, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Garry Chalk, Penn and Teller, John Tartaglia, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Jim Varney, Blake Clark, Paul Giamatti, Rick Lyon, Bill Barretta, Grey DeLisle, Jennifer Bernhart, Kevin Clash, Rob Paulson, Bob McGrath, Loretta Long, Roscoe Urman, Northern Calloway, Will Lee, Kevin Spacey, John Travolta, Amanda Plummer, Bill Cosby, Matt Robinson, James Cromwell, Magda Szubanski, Paul Goddard, Zoe Burton, Tom Kenny, Jeff Garlin, Paul Ford, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Steve Carrell, Andy Dick, Kyle Glass, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Spencer Breslin, Ruth Buzzi, Miriam Flynn, Tress MacNielle, Heather Henson, Tara Strong, Carl Reiner, Jane Nebel Henson, Brian Henson, Noel MacNeal, Brian Muehl, Martin P. Robinson, Danny DeVito, Dan Aykroyd, Rob Reiner, Dick Shawn, John Candy, Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis, Joe Flaherty, Chevy Chase, Joe Raposo, Dale Wilson, Jane Mortifee, Kathy Mullen, Roy Schneider, John Turturro, Mel Smith, Bob Nelson, Angela Lansbury, Julie Andrews, Julie Kanver, Bruce Willis, Theresa Randle, Ernest Borgnine, Jon Stone, Tyler Bunch, Hank Azaria, Dan Castellaneta, Matt Groening, Harry Shearer, James L. Brooks, Margaret Kerry, Andy Serkis, Jamie Bell, Cameron Diaz, Mike Myers, Kristine Chenoweth, Victor Garber, Albert Brooks, Dana Carvey, Bronson Pinchot, Gailard Sartain, Ken Berry, Stephanie Powers, Carmen Osbhar, Jack Warden, Laraine Newman, Ed O' Neil, Neil Ross, Pearl Bailey, David Arquette, Hal Smith, Madeline Kahn, Janeane Garafalo, Glenn Shadix, Stuart Pankin, Carlos Alazraqui, Jim Byrnes, Hans Conried, Eddie Deezen, Joe Ranft, John Lasseter, Pete Doctor, Andrew Stanton, John Ratzenberger, Steve Vallance, Daniel Stern, Joe Pesci, Vic Tayback, Dom Deluise, Marty Feldman, Richard Dreyfuss, Paul Winchell, John Fiedler, Sterling Holloway, Chris Farley, Liza Minnelli, David Spade, John Goodman, Alec Baldwin, Jim Thurman, Billy West, Phil Hartman, Annie Evans, Craig Shemin, Harvey Fierstein, Mel Gibson, Sid Caesar, Orson Welles, John Kennedy, Pam Arciero, Dave Goelz, Peter Linz, Jim Lewis, Milton Berle, Andy Griffith, Dick Van Dyke, Jim Martin, Julie Andrews, Allan Trautman, Victor Yerrid, Wayne Knight, Patricia Neal, Michael Jai White, Jamie Lee Curtis, Albert Finney, Carol Burnett, Bernadette Peters, Tim Curry, Geoffrey Holder, Ann Reinking, Frank Welker, Drew Barrymore, David Cross, Joan Plowright, Martin Short, Kathy Bates, Benny Hill, Gert Frobe, Kurt Russell, John Wayne, Katherine Hepburn, Lionel Jeffries, Will Ferrell, Alex Hood, Eddie Murphy, Fred Astle, Rebecca Astle, Patrick Dodson, Kenneth Mars, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Drew Massey, Jess Harnell, Bernard Fox, Jack Haley, Wallace Shawn, Breckin Meyer, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Steve Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Stuart Pankin, Mandy Patinkin, Christine Caranaugh, Michael Caine, Cloris Leachman, Kirk Douglas, Bearnard Hill, Roy Disney, Kathy Bates, Thurl Ravenscroft, Alan Cumming, Victor Garber, Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart, Gene Wilder, Jeff Bennett, Dustin Hoffman, Bill Crudup, Phil Silvers, Will Smith, Gert Frobe, Anna Quayle, Kevin Kline, Michael J. Fox, Jeff Daniels, Nathan Lane, Jeff Bennett, Jim Cummings, Richard Pryor, Bernard Hill, Cloris Leachman, Alec Bladwin, Bill Paxton, Emil Sitka, Jackie Cooper, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O. Conner, Jack Nicholson, Pierce Bronson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rod Steiger, Paul Dooley, Charles Durning, James Earl Jones, Burt Lancaster, Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser, Curly Joe Derita, Joan Howard Mauer, Buddy Ebsen, Jack Haley, Margaret Hamilton, Eugene Levy, Tracy Ullman and Ray Bolger

Voice Casting Marsha Goodman Einstein, Paul F. Quinn, Shirley Ford, Jessica Grant and D.B. Sweeney

Talent Coordinators Jessica Grant, Lisa Schaffer and George Schlatter

Music Editor John Mortarotti

Additional Voice Direction Deborah Matlovsky, D.B. Sweeney and Jim Henson

Additional Music Editorial Jeff Mar, Jeff Marx and Jeff Moss

Scoring Mixer Tim Malone

Assistant Music Mixer Jill Tengan

Music Coordinators Deborah Clark, Danny Epstein, Rita Kendineoglu and Joe Raposo

Music Research Drew Jessel, Sam Pottle and Tim Rice

Music Assistant Robert Anderson

Additional Material written by Stan Phillips, Brian Henson, Michael Dante, Mo Willems, Gene Kelly, Tim Allen, Richard Dreyfuss, Larry Kay, Dustin Hoffman, D.B. Sweeney, Lou Berger, Betty G. Birney, Saul Cooper, Jason Segal, Dean Jones, Robin Williams, Chris Noonan, George Miller, Shelley Zellman, Shelley Bennett, David Byrne, Bill Barretta, Billy Crystal, Harold Ramis, Mike Myers, Penelope Spheeris, Danny Devito, Rowan Atkinson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Eric Idle, Peter S. Seaman, Jeffery Price, John Cleese, Dom Deluise, Joan Howard Maur, George Wendt, Sammy Fain, Sammy Cain, Dan Aykroyd, Brian Doyle-Murray, Walt Disney, Dr. Seuss, Ludwig Bemelmans, Roald Dahl, Chevy Chase, Kevin Clash, Albert Finney, Richard Sakai, Ash Brannon, J.K. Rowling, Richard Williams, John Tartaglia, Christine Ferraro, Sam Pottle, Joey Mazzarino, Kevin Clash, Lou Berger, Jonathan Winters, Libby Hinson, Katie Shelly, Audrey Geisel, Stanley Kramer, Adam Rudman, David Rudman, William Rose, Tania Rose, Judy Rothman Rofe, Diane M. Fresco, Anthony Kant, Ted Key, Tom Martin, Jeff Daniels, Jim Lewis, Jeffory Tambor, Marty Feldman, Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Mitchell Kriegman, Hank Azaria, William H. Macy, Gary Kurtz, Paul Reubens, Phil Hartman, George Lucas, Steven Speilberg, Magda Szubanski, John Lasseter, Joe Ranft, Andrew Stanton, Pete Doctor, Brad Bird, Julie Andrews, Martha Moran, Rick Moranis, Dave Thomas, Richard Hunt, Sonia Manzano, Jerry Nelson, John Lithgow, Kurt Russell, Arthur Alsberg, Maurice Sendak, Joe McEveety, Tom Hanks, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Michael Jeter, John Hughes, Don Hall, Jeremy Spears, Joan Ganz Cooney, Judy Garland, Don Rickles, Jon Stone, Audrey Geisel, Thurl Ravenscroft, Will Smith, Ben Stiller, Jerry Lewis, Don Bluth, Bruce Hart, Don Hann, Irene Mecchi, Brian Muehl, Gary Ross, Bonnie Vitti, Bill Irwin, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Eddie Murphy, Jim Thurman, Norman Stiles, Steve Martin, Ricky Gervais, Jonah Hill, Jim Carrey, Fred Newman, Christopher Cerf, Matt Robinson, Robert Zemeckis, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Buddy Ebsen, Chris Moore, Jon Vitti, George Meyer, John Swartzwelder, David X. Cohen, Matt Selman, Dan McGrath, Dan Castellaneta, Sam Simon, Jim Reardon, Ian Maxtone-Graham, Don Payne, Carolyn Omine, Steve Pepoon, Michael Price, Billy Kimbell, Frank Gehry, Matthew Nastuk, Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Curran, David Mirkin, Conan O' Brien, Bill Freiberger, Peter Gaffney, Dan Greaney, David Richardson, John Frink, James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Greg Daniels, Allen Glazier, Reid Harrison, Jay Kogen, Marc Wilmore, J. Stewart Burns, Thomas Chastain, Daniel Chun, Joe Raposo, Joshua Sternin, Tim Long, Wallace Wolodarsky, Jeffery Ventimilia, Bud Luckey, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Mel Brooks, Jeff Moss, Brittany Byrnes, Martin Charnin, Kirk Douglas, Michael Crawford, Charles Martin Smith, Matt Warburton, Charles Strouse, Jerry Juhl, Vance Gerry, Gary Trousdale, Steve Young and Kirk Wise

Script Assistants William A. Ruiz, Patrick Boylan, Brad Bird, John Musker and Jim Henson

Research Renee Toporzysek, Mary Holm, Frank Oz, D.B. Sweeney, Mervyn Leroy and Joan Ganz Cooney

Special Processes Ub Iwerks

Background Designers Sean Platter, D.B. Sweeney, Rick Baker, Don Bluth, Roald Dahl, David Silverman and David Dunnet

Color Coordinators Sean Platter, Roald Dahl, Walt Disney and Frank Thomas

Character Designers Sandy Kopitopoulos, Maurice Sendak, Sam Simon, Cynthia Jill French, Joe Matthieu, Roy Disney, Joe Ranft, Eric Keyes, Kevin Moore, Matt Groening, D.B. Sweeney, Frankie Foster, Jim Henson, Frank Oz and Caroll Spinney

Character Layout Artists Cynthia Jill French, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Chris Minki Song, Kamoon Song, Mike Swofford, Frans Vischer, D.B. Sweeney, Greg Manwaring, William Joyce, Michael Polvani, Shavonne Cherry and Caroll Spinney

Additional Charcter Designers David Pagani, Sean Platter, Jerry Juhl, Don Sahlin and David Silverman

Prop Designers Sandy Kopitopoulos, Sean Platter, Jim Henson and D.B. Sweeney

Color Stylists Kathrin Drorian, Jung Son, Bill Peet, Jack Hannah, Kendall O'Connor, Barbara Lynn Hamane, Melanie Pava and Mary Blair

Background Color Stylists Joseph Dempsey, Sean Platter, Teri Shakaso, D.B. Sweeney and Kathryn Yelsa

Storyboards provided by Milimetros S.A. and Walt Disney Animation Studios

Storyboard Directors Antonio Zurerea, Angel Izquiderdo, D.B. Sweeney and Frank Oz

Illustrators Rick Law, D.B. Sweeney, Quentin Blake and Joe Matthieu

Storyboard Artists D.B. Sweeney, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Dr. Seuss, Carrol Spinney, Cliff Roberts, Richard Williams, Gary Perkovac, John Hubley, Quentin Blake, T Daniel. Hofstedt, John Lasseter and Don Bluth

Head of Storyboard Production Elena Gomez

Storyboard Production Supervisor Lucia Gomez

Storyboard Production Coordinators Belen Ramirez and Jerry Juhl

Storyboard Production Assistants Teresa Calvo, Don Sahlin, Jim Henson and Fran Brill

Rough Storyboard Jose Garcia Moreno, Luis Fernandez, Javier Jerez and Jim Henson

Storyboard Clean Up Roberto Benito, Ricardo Machuca, Caroll Spinney, Brad Bird, Frank Oz, Don Bluth and D.B. Sweeney

Storyboard Revisions David Pagani, D.B. Sweeney and Sam Simon

Song Storyboards Steve Martiniere and D.B. Sweeney

Storyboard Slugging Myrna Bushman Chatterton

Animation and Timing Directors Marija Miletic Dali, Mike Stribling, Frank Oz, Eric Goldberg and D.B. Sweeney

Production Controllers Kathy Wong and Henry Selick

Production Assistants Emily Montaniel, Lisa Lewis, David Silverman and Jerry Lewis

Assistants to the Executive Producers Pam Vincent, Lynn McLaughlin, Christine Miller, Bonnie Vitti and Richard Kevin Stith

Animation Productions Han Yang Productions and Walt Disney Animation Studios

Supervising Animation Directors Bae Ki Yong, Jung Jin Woo, Park Soon Shin, Rich Moore, Sam Simon, Wes Archer, David Silverman, Jim Reardon, Mark Kirkland, Ub Iwerks and Matt Groening

Overseas Animation Supervisors Sandy Kopitopoulos and James L. Brooks

Model Checkers Park Li Nam and Henry Selick

Animators Kim Jae Yong, Choi Hee Yong, Oh Dong Hwan, Nam Mi Lan, Kim Young Chan, Choi Ji Hoon, Um Ick Hyun, Woo Jin Sung, Park Mi Hyun, Mo Jung Hee, Mi Sun Yoon, Matt Groening, David Silverman, Kevin Wurzer, Warren Batchelder, Eric Goldberg, Heidi Guedel, Siobhan Larkin, T. Daniel Hofstedt, Jim Henson, Tim Burton, Jey Kamerman, Brad Bird, Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Marc Davis, Milt Kahl, Les Clark, Eric Larson, John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman, Ward Kimbell, Cliff Roberts, Steve Moore, Andreas Wessel-Therhorn, Theresa Wiseman, Tanya T. Wilson, Mark Kaulser, Rebecca Rees, Don Bluth, Frank Oz, Gary Goldman, Ralf Palmer, John Lasseter, Haroldo Guimaraes, Greg Manwaring, Rusty Mills, Craig Clark, Steve Fellner, Julie Forte, Skip Jones, Joe Ranft, Richard Williams, William Powloski, Bruce W. Smith, Glen Keane, Andreas Deja, Bill Peet, Debra Armstrong, Frans Vischer, Lee Crowe, William Tucker, Mark Dindal, Michael Polvani, Walt Disney, John Lasseter, Brittany Byrnes, Bud Luckey, John Canemaker, Irv Anderson, Viki Anderson, John Pomeroy, Corny Cole, Vincent Davis, Don Sahlin, Mo Willems, Dave Spafford, Kevin Wurzur, Dick Zondag, Miriam Reid, Rick Zondag, T. Daniel Hofstedt, Anne Marie Bardwell, Don Hahn, Jim Reardon, Rich Moore, Mark Kirkland, Wes Archer, Jeff Etter, Lorna Cook, Jessie Cosio, D.B. Sweeney, Gary Perkovac, Emily Jiuliano, Dave Spafford, Paul Shanahan, Will Finn, Diana Coco, Phil Young, Juliet Stroud-Duncan, Lureline Kohler, Robin Police, Sandra Ryan-Moran, Michael G. McKinney, Michael Show, Chad Stewart, David Molina, Mauro Maressa, Doug Frankel, Natalie Fransconi-Karp, Michel Gagne, Lauren Faust, Greg Tiernan, Kevin M. Grow, Ed Gombert and Gary Perkovac

Producers Kang Jong Man, Lee Sang Hyun, Richard Sakai and Robert Lopez

Clean Up Artists Yoo Kyung Sik, Seo Mi Jin, Kim Mi Gyung, Keon Kwang Sook, Hea Myung Ok, Ha Eun Kyung, Song Sun Ae, Hong Jung Eun, Ahn Yoon Hee, Back Jong Yeom, Lee Kon Hee, Son Sook Lan, Ha Sun Deak, Kang Seung Yeon, Miri Yoon, Park Bo Young, Kim Mi Ye, Kim Su Young, Ko Bo Jung, Lee Byung Kuk, Han Eui Jung, Kim Mai Nam, Kim Hyo Sun, Ahn Ji Hyun, Choi Ju Hyun, Choi Ju Yeon, Park Kyung Won, Kim Hyun Young, Jung Young Ju, Le Mi Sook, Mike Genz, Don Bluth, Frans Vischer, Jim Henson, Burny Mattinson, Walt Disney, Tara O'Reilly and Susan McKinsey Goldberg

Background Artist Directors Park Jae Hyun, Don Bluth and D.B. Sweeney

Background Artists Park So Jung, Kim Young Ho, Park Jin Ah, Noh Mi Ae, An Hyun Sun, Caroll Spinney, Don Bluth, Ron Dias, Andrew Phillipson, Carl Jones, Joe Dempsey, Teri Shikasho, Phillip Phillipson, Vera Lanpher-Pacheco, William Lorencz, David Goetz and D.B. Sweeney

Ink & Paint Choi Yun hee, Hwang Jae Sook, Kim Hyo Hee, Kim Yum Ja, Kim Min Suk, Kim Ae Lan, Kim Yun Ha, Park Eun Young, Kim Mi Ah, Kang Min Koung, Sung Ki Suk, Jung Yu Ree, Kang Suk Hyun, Na Mi Suk, Kang Min Koung, Sung Ki Suk, Jerry Yu Ching, Jung Yu Ree, Kang Suk Hyun, Na Mi Suk, Kim Se Hee, Min Hyang Won, Nam Gung Young, Kim Jae Suk, Oh Ji Sun, Choi Myung Hee, Jun Jung Im, Song Hyun Ju, Kim Eun Suk, Park Hyun Ju, Lee In Sli, Jung Eun Sun, Yang Hye Lan, Kim Mi Young, Kim Eun Young, Lim Kyung Wook, Don Sahlin, Frank Oz, Anne Hazard, Kerri Swanson, Karin Stover, Ollie Johnson, Frank Thomas, Tim Burton, Patricia Zohn, Deborah Goddard, Michelle Urbano, Don Bluth, Jim Henson and D.B. Sweeney

Cel Painters D.B. Sweeney, Don Bluth, Jim Henson, Brian Dempsey, Sean Dempsey, Shavonne Cherry, Brendan Harris, Gary Hall, John Lasseter, Barbara Lynn Hamane, Lisa Corcoran, Geraldine Kieernan, Bernard Heriott, Stephen Cullun, Graham Tiernan, Greg Tiernan, Renee Ilsa Alcazar, Jane Anderson, Janette Owens, Soibhan Larkin, Paul O'Rourke, Tara O'Reilly, Peter Anderson, Charlotte Armstrong, Frank Oz, Brian Boylan, Aran O'Reilly, John O'Neill, Phillip O'Connor, Colm O'Brien, Brendan Jamieson O'Brien, Donal Freeney, Kevin Fox, Elaine Fox, Sylva Fitzpatrick, John Fitzgerald, Gerald Egan, Karen Dwyer, Sinead Murray, John Murray, Aileesh Mulligan, Nicky Moss, Pauline Morahan, Deborah Mooneyham, Brain McSweeney, Ian McLoughlin, Michele Mckenna, Conor Kavanagh, Ann May, Miriam McDonnell, Orla Madden, Thomas Maher, Moya Mackle, Fiona Mackle, Peter Gentle, Ann Brennan, Robert Byrne, Annette Byrne-Moral, Michael Carey, Melanie Pava, Gerald Coleman, Michael Garry, Fiona Glaven, Mary Glaven, Phillip Garry, Sandra Ryan-Moran, Eimear Joyce, Carl Jones, Gina Howard, Yvonne Carthy, Paul Shanahan, Gary Shafer, Mochelle Urbano, Julie Ryan, Eric Ryan, Denis Riordan, Eileen Conway, Nicholas Connolly, Aidan Coonay, Ranae Bonella, Yang Hye Lan, Miriam Reid, Suzanne O'Reily, RaNae Bonella, Sandy Ugarte, Fiona Trayler, Eithne Quinn, Paul J. Kelly, Gary Jones and Nam Gung Young

Final Checking Son Un Soo, Noh Kwang Ho and Frank Oz

Camera Directors Kim Heung Mi and Jim Henson

Art Directors Sean Platter, Steven Dean Moore, Rich Moore, William Joyce and Chris Van Allsburg

Camera Yoon Yong Keon, Kang Sung Rang, Kang Chung Hyun, Kim Sung Kuk, Eithne Quinn, Frank Oz and Tim Burton

Inbetweeners Lee Jong Kyu, Frank Oz, Don Sahlin, Bill Peet, Butch Hartman, Ub Iwerks and Jun Seung Han

Layout Artists Jim Henson, Frank Oz, D.B. Sweeney, Mark Swanson, Conor Kavanagh, Mark Swan, John Lasseter, Quentin Blake and Bud Luckey

Special Effects Animators Kim Byung Jin, Don Bluth, D.B. Sweeney and John Lasseter

Workprint Editors Hwang Ho Sam, Gary Goldman and Tony Geiss

Translation Jung Son, Kim Jae Ogk, Jung R. Son, Joseph Cho, Sun Min Kim and Carmen Osbahr

Post Production Services by Fidelity Studios, Inc and 20th Century Fox

Directors of Technical Services Dennis Graham, Jon Landau and James Cameron

Executives in Charge of Post Production John Davies, Brian A. Miller and Richard Raynis

Director of Post Production Kevin McLaughlin

Film Editors D.B. Sweeney, Lee Unkrich, Jim Henson and James Cameron

Video Post Supervisors Fifun Amini, Lou Berger and Jerry Juhl

Picture Editors Theresa Gilroy Neilson and Danny DeVito

Assistant Picture Editors Robert Davies, Gayle McIntyre, Charles Martin Smith and Cathy Cavadini

Supervising Sound Editor Debby Vanpoucke

Sound Re-recording Mixers Rita Kedineoglu, Ray Charles and Christopher Cerf.

Dialogue Editors Heather Catherine Elliot, Mike DePatie, Michael J. Cowan and Tim Rice

Assistant Dialogue Editors Brian Geer and Anthony Silva

Re-Recording Mixers Mike Beiriger, Shawn Murphy, Danny Eipstein, Frank Biondo and Christopher Cerf

Assistant Mixer Les Arenson

Sound Effects Editors Steve Robinson, Frank Welker and Michael Winslow

Foley Engineer Carl (Maxim) Garcia

Foley Artists Rick Sanchez, Frank Oz, Jim Henson, Don Sahlin, D.B. Sweeney, Doug Madick and John Lasseter

Sound Falicty Coordinators Violet Ripp, Laurie Davies, Brian Henson, Laurie Truxall and Jane Nebel

On Line Falicity Jim Henson Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, DIC Entertainment and Disneyland

Effects Artists Christine Hitti, Michael Winslow, Fred Newman, Thomas Newman, David Byrne, Rob Paulson, Harry Shearer, Frank Welker and Dick Van Dyke

Orchestrations by New York Philharmonic Orchestra

Special thanks to Leah Keith, David Newman, Jim Varney, Michael Crawford, George Gershwin and Al Hirschfeld

Produced by DIC Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Children's Television Workshop and Walt Disney Pictures



  1. Lauren Bacall as Madame LaCroque
  2. Mel Brooks as Monsieur LaCroque
  3. Jason Alexander as Uncle Horst/Henri
  4. Gilbert Gottfried as Uncle Shemp/Curly
  5. Ashley Argota as Madeline
  6. Haley Joel Osmont as Pepito
  7. Whoopi Goldberg as Miss Clavel
  8. Jim Henson as Mr. Sclomper, Conductor 1
  9. Frank Oz as Mr. Zoingpler, Conductor 2
  10. Robin Williams as Mr. Roing
  11. Billy Connolly as Lord Cucuface
  12. Michael Caine as Lord Poopdeck
  13. Brittany Byrnes as Danielle
  14. Hayden Panettiere as Chloe
  15. Andrea Libman as Nicole


Act 1

  1. Snow Wonderland Music by Danny Elfman and Lyrics by and D.B. Sweeney
  2. I have no Family now Music by Alf Clausen and Lyrics by Judy Rothman Rofe
  3. Family Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lyrics by Tim Rice
  4. I am Uncle Horst and Uncle Shemp Music and Lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman
  5. I will make it for sure Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
  6. Gooble Gobble Music by James Horner and Lyrics by Barry Mann
  7. Tell the Difference Music and Lyrics by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
  8. We Can Sing, We Can Dance Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lyrics by Tim Rice
  9. I will miss you Music by Andy Street and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  10. Oh Dear, Oh Dear Something is not right Music by Danny Elfman and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  11. I can feel it in my Bones Music by Alf Clausen and Lyrics by D.B. Sweeney
  12. We're the LaCroques Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
  13. You blithering Idiot Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx
  14. Get the Work done quick Music by Joe Raposo and Lyrics by Judy Rothman Rofe
  15. Crampers and Bampers Music by Danny Elfman and Lyrics by Roald Dahl
  16. Plompetty Glerppety Music by Jeffrey Zahn and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
  17. Dibbons and Gawson's Song Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
  18. You are a nitwit and a Fippleglooper Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Glenn Slater
  19. Where is the Hope that i once knew Music and Lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman
  20. Then Something Happened Music and Lyrics by Tony Geiss and Judy Freudberg
  21. I am free Music by Randy Newman and Lyrics by Tony Geiss
  22. Mama and Papa's Lullaby Music by D.B. Sweeney and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Act 2

  1. We do everything to please ourselves more Music by Alf Clausen and Lyrics by D.B. Sweeney
  2. Sagin's Song Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
  3. Life is embarresing Music by Joe Raposo and Lyrics by Jerry Juhl
  4. Consider me as a Friend Music by Randy Newman and Lyrics by Jeff Moss
  5. Anything can Happen with a whizz and a Croom Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman
  6. Link by Link, Plimp by Plimp Music and Lyrics by D.B. Sweeney and Stephen Schwartz
  7. Wake up, Wake up Music and Lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman
  8. I am your kind of Guy Music by James Horner and Lyrics by Will Jennings
  9. Clicketty Clack Music by Andy Street and Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
  10. Henri and Curly's Song Music by Marvin Hamlisch and Lyrics by Phil Collins
  11. Come my Boys Music by Frank Churchill and Lyrics by Robin Williams and Jim Henson
  12. If only i'd knew she is alive Music by Stephen Flaherty and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
  13. The Power of Hope and God Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
  14. We will get you for this Music by Stephen Flaherty and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
  15. You will remain here forever Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lyrics by Tim Rice
  16. Crush her into Dust Music and Lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman
  17. Nicole's Song Music by Joe Raposo and Lyrics by Jim Henson
  18. Miss Clavel, Mr. Sclomper, Mr. Zoingpler and Mr. Roing's Regret Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
  19. Togetherness Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
  20. Families come in all Shapes and Sizes Music by Alan Menken and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
  21. Family (Reprise) Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lyrics by Tim Rice
  22. End Credits Melody Music by John Williams and Danny Elfman

They can all be found in Madeline: Lost in Paris: The Soundtrack. The Score is found in Madeline: Lost in Paris: Original Motion Picture Score.


  1. D.B. Sweeney - Madeline, Pepito, Miss Clavel and Mr. Zoingpler
  2. Jim Henson - Nicole, Mr. Sclomper, Mr. LaCroque and Miss Clavel
  3. Frank Oz - Danielle, Nona, Henri and Mr. Roing
  4. Richard Hunt - Chloe, Monique, Fifi and Madame LaCroque
  5. Jerry Nelson - Ellie, Sylvie, The Police Artist and Lisa Simpson
  6. Frank Thomas - Genevieve, Madeline, Fagin, Anne and Curly
  7. Ollie Johnston - Train Conducters, Janine and Lulu
  8. Wolfgang Reitherman - Lord Cucuface, Oliver, Stanley and Servent Girls
  9. Ward Kimball - Yvette, Kirk, Michael, Cops, Bert
  10. Les Clark - Ernie, Jesus Christ, God and Walter Elias Fogg
  11. Milt Kahl - Pepito, Curly, Henri and Madame LaCroque
  12. Marc Davis - Madeline, Genevieve, Nona and Anne
  13. John Lounsbery - Jesus Christ, Fagin, Robby and Arthur
  14. Eric Larson - Mr. LaCroque, Kirk and Fifi
  15. Mo Willems - Mrs. Murphy, Madeline, God and Lisa Simpson

Script for Documentary: In an Old House in Paris that was covered with Vines: The Making of Madeline: Lost in Paris.

Script for Teaser Trailer

Narrator: Coming soon to the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. An all new Animated Feature Film from Walt Disney Pictures, DIC Entertainment, Paramount Pictures and the Children's Television Workshop. From the Imagination of D.B. Sweeney, the Author of Terry the Blubber, The Dangers of Mynn and Jynn Wason, You Malignant Sow and New Orleans, Walt Disney, the Creator of the First Full Length Animated Motion Picture, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Roald Dahl, the Author of James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, the BFG and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Jim Henson, the Creator of the Muppets. The vision of Tim Burton, the creative Genius behind Batman, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas, David Silverman, the Director of the Simpsons. Walt Disney Pictures, DIC Entertainment, Paramount Pictures and the Children's Television Workshop proudly presents, "Madeline: Lost in Paris".

Script for New Zealand TV Promo

Narrator: Next, Madeline's back for new adventures with Twelve Little Girls in straight lines. Madeline: Lost in Paris, Next on TV44!

Script for New York Premiere Trailer

Narrator: For everyone whose loved the timeless Madeline Stories, comes a brand new Animated Adventure about twelve Little Girls who live in a House all covered in Vines. Walt Disney Pictures, Universal Studios, DIC Entertainment, Children's Television Workshop and Paramount Pictures presents Madeline's first Feature Length Animated Feature Motion Picture.

Girls: (In unison) How wonderful!

Narrator: With fourty-four all new Songs by your favorite Songwriters of all time. Here are just a few.

Narrator: It's Madeline Lost in Paris, coming on August 3, 1999 at Radio City Music Hall.

Script for VHS Preview 2

Narrator: One of the greatest Animated Motion Pictures of all time is now this year's biggest-selling Family hit. Walt Disney Home Video, Universal Studios Home Video, Paramount Home Video, DIC Home Entertainment and Children's Television Workshop is proud to present the Academy Award-winning Smash hit, "Madeline: Lost in Paris" for just $5,95. David Letterman of "The Late Show" says "The arrival of Madeline: Lost in Paris is a timeless Film Disney has ever created". The New York Times calls it "A Heartwarming and Hilarious Animated Musical that Children are wanting to watch". The Washington Post says "A Tearjerking Success". Gene Shalit of NBC's "Today Show" says "Madeline: Lost in Paris is a Heartwarming, Hilarious, Tearjerking, Toonful, Adventurous and Musical Animated Film the whole Family's been waiting for". The New York Post calls it "A Rave Success". Rex Reed of "At the Movies" says "It's guranteed to fasinate Parents and delight Children worldwide". Siskel and Ebert gives it "Two Thumbs Up". The San Diego Union-Tribune calls it "Terrific". The Hollywood Reporter says "D.B. Sweeney's Imagination is on the loose again". The Dallas Times Herald calls it "Madeline: Lost in Paris is an Animated Spectacular you will never forget". Newsday calls it "A Fantasia style Musical Movie". The Boston Globe calls it "Phenomonally Imaginative". Newshouse Newspapers says "A Marvellous Fantasy Adventure of all time". The New York Daily News calls it "Delightful!. Parade declares it "Uplifting... Triumphant and Whimsical". The Chicago Tribune calls it "A Classic Musical for Children of all Ages". The New Zealand Herald declares it "Walt Disney has done it again". The Dominion Post calls it "A Stunning Time for Animation to make a come back at Disney". And Leonard Maltin calls it "The Best Animated Children's Musical since the Golden Years of Walt Disney". You can now own the Box Office Smash Hit and winner of 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture. Walt Disney Pictures, Universal Studios, DIC Entertainment, Paramount Pictures and Children's Television Workshop's unforgettable Musical Adventure "Madeline: Lost in Paris". Now available everywhere.

Script for Re-Release Trailer