Is Monster House a Cartoon Network movie?
Monster House is an American animated movie that came out on July 21, 2006. When the movie started to air on Cartoon Network the movie was censored due to network standards.
Did Steven Spielberg make Monster House?
Steven Allan Spielberg (born December 18, 1946) is an American filmmaker. He was an executive producer for the 2006 film, Monster House along with Jason Clark and Robert Zemeckis.
Who animated Monsters Inc?
|Production companies||Walt Disney Pictures Pixar Animation Studios|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Pictures Distribution|
|Release dates||October 28, 2001 (El Capitan Theatre) November 2, 2001 (United States)|
|Running time||92 minutes|
What city is Monster House based on?
The film is set in a city called Mayville, which is based on screenwriter Rob Schrab’s hometown of Mayville, Wisconsin.
What animation style is Monster House?
“Monster House” is filmed in the computer animation style of “The Polar Express,” in which actors were filmed while wearing motion sensors, creating moving skeletons to animate with computers.
What’s the old man’s name in Monster House?
In “Monster House,” that figure is Mr. Nebbercracker (voiced by Steve Buscemi), a wrinkly, scrawny old dude who flails furiously at anyone foolish enough to step on his lawn.
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