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Assisti a este filme com aproximadamente 12 anos.O filme foi um sucesso e todos os produtos que ele originou venderam como água.
Nesta época a Looney Tunes tinha uma loja só dela no shopping perto de casa. Sua roupa estava na moda, era caríssima e, portanto, desejada pela maioria dos pré-adolescentes.
Lembro que ganhei o CD com a trilha musical do filme pouco tempo depois e tenho o disco no case do carro até hoje.
O filme é divertido e conta com personagens conhecidos ainda nos tempos atuais; fala sobre esporte, trabalho em equipe e a busca de sonhos.
Título original: Space Jam
Duração: 1h 27min
Dirigido por Joe Pytka
Gêneros: Comédia, Fantasia
Ano de produção: 1996
Alienígenas querem que Pernalonga e sua turma tornem-se a principal atração de um parque de diversões. Prestes a ser capturado, Pernalonga propõe jogo de basquete em troca de sua liberdade. E para enfrentar o temível time dos Monstars alienígenas, o coelho convoca um importante reforço do basquete americano.
Michael Jordan ... HimselfWayne Knight ... Stan Podolak
Theresa Randle ... Juanita Jordan
Manner Washington ... Jeffery Jordan (as Manner 'Mooky' Washington)
Eric Gordon ... Marcus Jordan
Penny Bae Bridges ... Jasmine Jordan
Brandon Hammond ... Michael Jordan - 10 Years Old
Larry Bird ... Himself
Bill Murray ... Himself
Thom Barry ... James Jordan
Charles Barkley ... Himself
Patrick Ewing ... Himself
Tyrone Bogues ... Himself (as Muggsy Bogues)
Larry Johnson ... Himself
Shawn Bradley ... Himself
Space Jam foi filmado exatamente no período em que Michael Jordan havia trocado o basquete pelo baseball, período este que faz parte do roteiro do filme.
The scuffed basketball used in the film is a treasured souvenir owned by director Joe Pytka. When held by Michael Jordan it is real, but whenever it is in flight or controlled by the cartoon characters it is animated.
In order to fill up the audience from a limited selection of characters, one section was made from actual Looney Tunes. The rest were simply replicated over and over and then "seated" next to each other to create the illusion of a full audience.
The gym where the Looney Tunes practice is called "Leon Schlesinger Gym" after Leon Schlesinger, the man who produced the first Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies.
Noel Blanc (Mel Blanc's son) was originally booked to provide all of the regular Warner Brothers male cartoon characters' voices. But he and Warner Brothers couldn't agree on a contract, so the studio replaced Blanc with four other people to do the 12 male voices, instead of Blanc doing them all.
While praying in church for the return of his basketball skills, Charles Barkley says, "I'm never gonna go out with Madonna again." This refers to his own fling with Madonna (not Dennis Rodman's fling, as previously reported).
Michael Jordan actually wore his college basketball shorts under his Chicago Bulls uniform every game as a good luck charm.
A picture of Bosko, Warner Bros. first cartoon star, can be seen hanging on the wall of the meeting hall, in the scene where Yosemite Sam confronts the aliens.
The concept for this movie originated from a series of highly popular Nike ads where Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan faced off against Marvin the Martian and his alien henchmen in basketball.
The hat that Bill Murray is wearing at the Bulls game at the end of the movie is the Saint Paul Saints, a minor league baseball team of which Murray was a part owner at the time.
This film marks the debut of Lola Bunny, Bugs' love interest.
When Larry Johnson says that his grandmother can play better than him, it is a reference to the Converse commercial where Johnson plays his Grandmama.
The Monstars/Nerdlucks' names are Pound (orange one), Bang (green), Nawt (magenta), Bupkus (purple) and Blanko (blue). None of their names are mentioned in the film, and neither is the word "Nerdluck."
To keep Michael Jordan happy while filming, Warner Bros. built him his own basketball court.
The couple sitting next to the aliens when they steal the talents of Barkley and Ewing are Patricia Heaton and Dan Castellaneta.
After Daffy suggests naming the team "the Ducks", Bugs asks "what kind of Mickey Mouse organization would name their team the Ducks?" This actually happened in 1993, when the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League were established by The Walt Disney Company.
The Tune Squad's jersey numbers: 1, Bugs Bunny; 2, Daffy Duck; 3, Sniffles the Mouse; 6, Yosemite Sam; 8, Porky Pig; 9, Sylvester; 10, Lola Bunny; 13, Wile E. Coyote; 25, Barnyard Dawg; 33, Foghorn Leghorn; 53, Elmer Fudd; heart symbol, Pepe Le Pew; question mark, Beaky Buzzard.
When Stanley comes into Michael's hotel room and says "C'mon, Michael, it's game time. Slip on your Hanes, lace up your Nikes, take your Wheaties and your Gatorade, and we'll grab a Big Mac on the way to the ballpark." All of those things were products that Michael Jordan had been a sponsor for around that time.
The first animated film to have been edited for content for TV airings.