Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000

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Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000
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VHS Cover for Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000
Directed by David Orr
Produced by Gen Fukunaga
Cindy Fukunaga
Executive:
Gen Fukunaga
Jon Rice
Daniel Cocanougher
Associate:
Barry Watson
Written by Neil Bligh
Starring see below
Music by Dave Butler
David Rennke
Mark Lovrich
Cinematography David Orr
Edited by Aaron Fechter
Production
company
Distributed by FUNimation
Release date
October 5, 1999
Running time
60 min.
Country United StatesUnited States
Language English
Budget 5%

Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000 is a direct-to-video special that was based upon Chuck E. Cheese's. It was released October 5, 1999 in CEC restaurants and Target stores.[1] The plot is that a boy named Charlie Rockit needs $50,000 to fix his aunt and uncle's tractor engine, so Chuck E. and friends go to the Galaxy 5000 to win it in a race.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

Charlie Rockit's Cousin is in danger of losing his farm because he needs $50,000 to replace his tractor. To raise the money, Chuck E. Cheese and his friends decide to race in the Galaxy 5000 on the planet Orion (which they travel to via Pasqually's Awesome Adventure Machine).

The heads for Munch, Chuck E., Helen, and Jasper were all the animatronic heads the company had made themselves

They face many challenges, including a racing vehicle that is practically junk, cheating competitors, and a woman named Astrid whom Chuck E. falls for but who is only interested in the prize money. Everything seems to go from bad to worse for Chuck E., but just when he is at his lowest point, he meets a hermit named Harry who gets him to believe in himself and helps him train for the race.

During the race, Chuck E. overcomes the cheaters' maneuvers, getting stuck in a forest, and his own self-doubts to reach the finish line. After winning the prize, Chuck E. and his friends head home.

Cast[edit]

Songs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chuck E. Cheese licensed items [1] Archived September 9, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Complete film on YouTube

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