Tummy Trouble (1989) Movie Details

Tummy Trouble (G)
English
James Horner
Walt Disney Pictures , Amblin Entertainment
(India)
0 hr 7 mins
7.4/10
Rating: 7.4/10 from 66 users

Tummy Trouble Movie Cast

Charles Fleischer
as Roger Rabbit (voice)
April Winchell
as Young Baby Herman / Mrs. Herman (voice)
Lou Hirsch
as Adult Baby Herman (voice)
Corey Burton
as Orderly (voice)
Richard Williams
Richard Williams as Droopy Dog (voice)
Kathleen Turner
as Jessica Rabbit (voice)
Sol Pavlovsky
Sol Pavlovsky as Raoul J. Raoul
Charles Noland
Charles Noland as Sign Carrier
William Bronder
as Sign Carrier
Bob Hoskins
as Eddie Valiant
Charles Noland
Charles Noland as Sign carrier
Richard Williams
as Droopy Dog (voice)

Tummy Trouble Crew List

Director :
Story : Kevin Harkey , Bill Kopp , Rob Minkoff , Mark Kausler , Patrick A. Ventura
Producer : Don Hahn
Executive Producer : Kathleen Kennedy , Frank Marshall , Steven Spielberg
Original Music Composer :
Editor : Donald W. Ernst
Director :

Tummy Trouble International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
23-06-1989
India
23-06-1989

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Roger Rabbit once again is chosen for the dangerous task of babysitting Baby Herman and everything is going to be just fine.

Tummy Trouble

Tummy Trouble is a 1989 English Film stars Charles Fleischer , Rob Minkoff , Kevin Harkey , Bill Kopp , Rob Minkoff , Mark Kausler , Patrick A. Ventura , Don Hahn , Kathleen Kennedy , Frank Marshall , Steven Spielberg , James Horner , Donald W. Ernst , April Winchell , Lou Hirsch , Corey Burton , Richard Williams , Kathleen Turner , Sol Pavlovsky , Charles Noland , William Bronder , Bob Hoskins , Charles Noland , Richard Williams , Frank Marshall , directed by Frank Marshall & music by James Horner.