Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me


1h 35m 1999

Brief Synopsis

British super spy Austin Powers must return to 1969, as arch-nemesis Dr. Evil has ventured back to that year and successfully stolen Austin's mojo and set up a powerful laser and aimed it at Earth. With the help of gorgeous agent Felicity Shagwell, the newly single Austin must now not only contend with Dr. Evil, but also Evil's vicious, pint-size attack-clone, Mini-Me.

Film Details

Also Known As
Austin Powers - L'espion qui m'a tirée, Austin Powers 2, Austin Powers: L'Espion qui m'a tiree, Spy Who Shagged Me, The
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Spy
Sequel
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
ALLIANCE RELEASING/NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

The year is 1999 and Austin Powers is honeymooning with the smashing Vanessa Kensington when he receives an explosive surprise that returns him to swinging single status. To make matters worse, Dr. Evil has returned to earth from the frozen recesses of space and is hatching a new diabolical scheme to annihilate the world. It seems Dr. Evil uses a newly developed time machine to travel back to 1969, where he steals Austin Powers' mojo, rendering Austin... powerless? Luckily British Intelligence has developed a unique time machine of their own--a psychedelic Volkswagon Beetle. In the biggest Austin Powers adventure yet, the International Man of Mystery must travel back to the Swinging Sixties, track down his mojo and thwart Dr. Evil's plot to destroy the world. Of course, along the way, Austin meets his match in CIA operative Felicity Shagwell, a fab chick, a hot spy and a fantastic motivation for restoring his libido.

Cast

Mike Myers

Heather Graham

Will Ferrell

Rob Lowe

Seth Green

Verne Troyer

Robert Wagner

Michael York

Salvatore Vassallo

Mary Jo Smith

Jennifer Hamilton

Tovaris Wilson

Janine M Bekker

Tim Robbins

Kristen Johnston

Woody Harrelson

Self

Frank Clem

Nicholas Walker

Tracy Long

Michael G. Hagerty

Clint Howard

Jane Carr

Brian Hooks

John Mahon

Becky Dyroen-lancer

Rachel Wilson

Jeanette Miller

Laurie Martin

Tracy Gayeski

Mark Meismer

Jerry Springer

Himself

Willie Nelson

Himself

Elvis Costello

Himself

Gabriel Paige

Michelle Elkin

Michelle Sritenko Africano

Burt Bacharach

Himself

Jeff Garlin

Tom Ehlen

John R Corella

Jerry Springer

Self

Muse Watson

Scott Patton

Carrie Ann Inaba

Tim Bagley

Charles Napier

Kirk Ward

Khadija Cutcher

Rebecca Romijn

Self

David Koechner

Tim Watters

Elvis Costello

Self

Willie Nelson

Self

Mindy Sterling

Jason Yribar

Jill Savery

Eric Winzenried

Jack Kehler

Rebecca Romijn

Herself

Elizabeth Hurley

Oliver Muirhead

Jeffrey Meng

Kevin Cooney

Jim Boensch

Woody Harrelson

Himself

Natalie Willes

Nathalie S Bartleson

Bree Turner

Steve Eastin

David Coy

Alison Faulk

Colton James

Stephen Hibbert

Joseph Grafmuller

Lead Person

Melissa Justin

Marisa Gilliam

George Kee Cheung

David Crigger

Fred Willard

Margot Thien

Jennifer Coolidge

Douglas Fisher

Ron Ulstad

Dennis K Wilson

Sarah Christine Smith

Burt Bacharach

Self

Annie Henry

Kimi Cochrun

Todd M Schultz

Ayesha Orange

Tara Mouri

Steve Wilkos

Kevin Durand

Gigi Yazicioglu

Chekesha Van Putten

Gia Carides

Shealan Spencer

Faune Chambers

Michael James Mcdonald

Scott Cooper

Herb Mitchell

Mary Dettmer

Crew

Sande Alessi

Extras Agent/Coordinator

John Allison

Visual Effects

Michael Ambrose

Electrician

Kirsten Anderson

Auditor

Sara Andrews

Set Decorator

Deena Appel

Costume Designer

Gary Archer

Prosthetics

Steve Artmont

Makeup Artist

Mel B

Song Performer

Burt Bacharach

Song

Burt Bacharach

Other

Randy Bachman

Song

Pamela Baczuk

Art Department

Jennifer S. Badger

Stunts

Jeri Baker

Hair Stylist

Edward T Barnes

Electrician

Joe Barnett

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Thomas Bartke

Music

Eric Bazilian

Song

Guy Norman Bee

Camera Operator

Guy Norman Bee

Steadicam Operator

Lisa Behlendorf

Post-Production Accountant

Javier Bennassar

Sound Effects Editor

Kristan Berona

Extras Casting Assistant

Juel Bestrop

Casting

Jim Betts

Construction

George Billinger Iii

Camera Operator

Brian Bird

Assistant Location Manager

Anne Black

Visual Effects

Ryan Blackman

Art Department

Larry Blackmon

Song

Moe Blay

Driver

Richard L Bloom

Location Manager

Elaine Bogin

Special Thanks To

Guy Bommarito

Song

Clay Boss

Stunts

Carla Bowen

Assistant Director

Steve Bowen

Color Timer

Joey Box

Stunts

J Allan Bragg

Stand-In

Adam Braid

On-Set Dresser

Danny Bramson

Music Producer

Chris Brenczewski

Special Effects Assistant

Leslie Bricusse

Song

Paul Broucek

Music

Tia Browsh

Assistant

Alex Brunner

Camera Assistant

Clint Bryant

Other

Ray Bulinski

Craft Service

Susan Burig

Graphic Designer

Michele Burke

Makeup

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Lila Byall

Camera Assistant

Craig Byrom

Construction

Richard Cameron

Song

Gary L Camp

Camera Assistant

Christine Cantella

Costumes

Blythe Cappello

Casting Associate

Jay Caputo

Stunts

Jennifer Caputo

Stunts

Clifford Carothers

Construction

Laurie Cartwright

Other

Gerard Casale

Song

Kenneth Catando

Transportation Captain

Mary Catando

Driver

Marienus Cetani

Other

Dorian Cheah

Sound Effects Editor

Bill Church

Visual Effects

John Church

Art Department

Madonna Louise Ciccone (madonna)

Song

Madonna Louise Ciccone (madonna)

Song Performer

David S Clark

Assistant Editor

George Clinton Jr.

Song

George S. Clinton

Music

John Coats

Visual Effects

Grady Cofer

Visual Effects

Rob Cohen

Special Thanks To

Chryle Coker

Special Thanks To

Gary Compton

Driver

Jacqueline Compton

Camera

Benjamin Cook

Sound Effects Editor

Gary H Cooper

Driver

Stephen Cooper

Set Designer

Bryan Corbett

Construction

Elvis Costello

Song

Elvis Costello

Other

Rex Covington

Art Department

Tangi Crawford

Costume Supervisor

Curtis Croeni

Assistant Editor

Burton Cummings

Song

Debbi Datz-pyle

Music Contractor

Hal David

Song

Bud Davis

Stunt Coordinator

Deborah Myles Davis

Costumes

Gary Charles Davis

Stunts

Robert Dawson

Main Title Design

Michael De Luca

Executive Producer

Marguerite Derricks

Choreographer

Neil Diamond

Song

Jed M Dodge

Dialogue Editor

Mark Dornfeld

Titles And Opticals

Chris Douridas

Music

Scott Drinon

Dolly Grip

Matt Dubin

Visual Effects

Jeff Egan

Medic

Jimmy Ellis

Electrician

Peter Emshwiller

On-Set Dresser

Lisle Engle

Sound Effects Editor

Randall C Engle

Foreman

Steve Erangey

Other

Mary Erstad

Foley Mixer

Michael M Etheridge

Set Production Assistant

Brian Fahey

Song

Michael J. Fahey

Best Boy Grip

Scott E Fao

Driver

Tom Faulkner

Song

Mark Fellman

Photography

Jeannine Fenton

On-Set Dresser

Ron T Fillion

Other

David Lee Fine

Foley Artist

Debra Neil Fisher

Editor

David Fletcher

Special Effects Foreman

Mike Flicker

Music Editor

Troy Flynn

Driver

Gary Fredrickson

Other

Alan Freedman

Adr Mixer

Steve Fuller

Construction

Mike Fusco

Visual Effects

Johannes Gamble

Visual Effects

Jerry Gardner

On-Set Dresser

Stephen B Garner

Carpenter

Marvin Gaye

Song

Marvin Gaye

Song Performer

Jason George

Dialogue Editor

Robert Getty

Assistant Sound Editor

Alex Gifford

Song

Rick Giovinazzo

Music

Emily Glatter

Production Coordinator

Jerry Goldsmith

Song

Jerry Goldsmith

Song Performer

Al Goto

Stunts

Maya S Grafmuller

On-Set Dresser

Anne Grame

Visual Effects

David Grant

Dialogue Editor

Jim Grce

Gaffer

Don Green

Other

Rodney Grubbs

Special Thanks To

Lance Gunnin

Foreman

Patrick Gunther

Other

Ed Gutentag

Camera Assistant

Morgan Guynes

Special Effects Assistant

Holly Hagy

Production Supervisor

Kevin Hahn

On-Set Dresser

Barbara Halliday

Transportation

Alexander Hammond

Art Director

Josh Hancock

Other

Kevin Haney

Makeup

Tabby Hanson

Stunts

Gabriel Hardman

Storyboard Artist

Ted Harms

Foreman

Woody Harrelson

Other

Carey Harris Jr.

Props Assistant

Alan K Harrison

On-Set Dresser

Chuck Hart

Stunts

Beth Hathaway

Other

Greg Hayden

Editor

Blair Hayes

Special Thanks To

John Hayles

Costumes

Michael Haynes

Stunts

Robert S Henderson

Special Effects Foreman

Chato Hill

Assistant Sound Editor

Joseph W Hirsch

Grip

Patrick R. Hoeschen

Electrician

Susanna Hoffs

Special Thanks To

Susanna Hoffs

Song

Michael J Hogan

Video Assist/Playback

Grady Holder

Other

John Houlihan

Music Supervisor

Frederick Howard

Sound Designer

Frederick Howard

Sound Editor

Lisa Hoyle

Stunts

Will Huff

Makeup

Pat Huggins

Special Effects Foreman

Henry Humphreys

Medic

Tom Ivanjack

Other

Jeffrey Jackson

Other

Tommy James

Song

Jude Jansen

Stock Footage

John D Jeffries

Set Designer

Tomi Jenkins

Song

Craig Jensen

Stunts

Derek Johansen

Assistant Director

Stuart Johnson

Song

C W Jones

Foley Mixer

Quincy Jones

Song Performer

Quincy Jones

Song

Craig Jurkiewicz

Foley Editor

Jim Kale

Song

Gary Kangrga

Grip

Kristi Kasubaski

Accounting Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Austin Powers - L'espion qui m'a tirée, Austin Powers 2, Austin Powers: L'Espion qui m'a tiree, Spy Who Shagged Me, The
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Spy
Sequel
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
ALLIANCE RELEASING/NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Award Nominations

Best Makeup

1999

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer June 11, 1999

Released in United States on Video November 16, 1999

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States 2011

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Closing Night Gala) May 13 - June 6, 1999.

Sequel to "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" (USA/1997), directed by Jay Roach and starring Mike Myers.

Began shooting November 9, 1998.

Completed shooting February 6, 1999.

Released in United States Summer June 11, 1999

Released in United States on Video November 16, 1999

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Closing Night Gala) May 13 - June 6, 1999.)

Released in United States 2011 (Special Presentations)

Nominated for the 1999 Golden Globe for Best Original Song ("Beautiful Stranger" - Madonna and William Orbit).