Dudley Do-Right


1h 17m 1999

Brief Synopsis

In the Canadian Rockies community of Semi-Happy Valley, Dudley Do-Right works as a dedicated but hapless young Mountie. Dudley's ladylove, Nell Fenwick, has seen the world and decided to settle down in Seattle, still confused about her relationships with men. The evil Snidley Whiplash is out to rule

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 17m

Synopsis

In the Canadian Rockies community of Semi-Happy Valley, Dudley Do-Right works as a dedicated but hapless young Mountie. Dudley's ladylove, Nell Fenwick, has seen the world and decided to settle down in Seattle, still confused about her relationships with men. The evil Snidley Whiplash is out to rule the world, at least one sleepy part of it. Snidley devises the scam of the century, he 'salts' the local streams with gold, setting off the biggest gold rush since the Klondike. Leading the charge for gold is The Prospector, an unsuspecting oaf who is swept into the limelight by Snidley. As thousands of millionaire wannabes storm the border, Dudley is fired by Nell's dad. Stripped of his badge, his office and his gal, the usually sweet, naive Dudley is ready to kick some serious butt.

Crew

Catte Adams

Song

Charlie Ajar Jr.

Other

Michelle Allen

Casting

Bob Amerian

Best Boy

Leesa Anderson

Hair Stylist

John Armstrong

Driver

Dave Ash

Other

Paul Aulicino

Assistant Sound Editor

Brydon Bertram Baker Iii

Boom Operator

Robert Banda

Grip

Kim Barker

Product Placement

Rodney P Barnes

Production Assistant

Craig Tex Barnett

Special Effects Assistant

Greg Barnhill

Song

Greg Barnhill

Song Performer

Gail Barrett

Costume Supervisor

Ildiko Barritt

Craft Service

Carlo Basail

Other

Rodney Bauer

Best Boy Grip

Vivian Baumann

Props

John Bayntun

On-Set Dresser

Cameron Beck

Best Boy Grip

Bob Beecher

Music

Susie Benson

Song Performer

Dan Berkowitz

Set Production Assistant

Ted Berner

Art Director

Kristin Cameron Bernstein

Assistant Director

Joe Binford

Assistant Editor

Donna Bis

Hair Stylist

Gene Bishop

On-Set Dresser

Sandra J Blackie

Assistant Costume Designer

Scott Blackie

Costumes

David Blitstein

Special Effects Coordinator

Gary Blufer

Sound Effects

Derek Bobroff

Other

Melanie Boettcher

Production Coordinator

Mars Bonfire

Song

Mark W J Borg

Props

Dillard Brinson

Key Grip

Don Brochu

Editor

Edie Broddicker

Song Performer

Brooke Brooks

Assistant

Gregg Brooks

Location Scout

Chuck Brown

Other

Marc Brunelle

Other

Kurt Bruun

Office Assistant

Phil Buhler

Stand-In

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Rosemary Butler

Song Performer

Kymbra Callaghan

Makeup Artist

Rick Canelli

Adr

Debbie Canfield

Dresser

Kelly Canfield

On-Set Dresser

Patrice Canfield Longo

On-Set Dresser

Kevin Cantamar

Medic

Genevieve Caron

Art Department

Warren Carr

Unit Production Manager

Warren Carr

Associate Producer

Erik Carter

Electrician

Michael Casper

Sound Mixer

David Castillo

Stunts

Christopher Cenatiempo

Assistant

Chris Centrella

Key Grip

Denise Chamian

Casting

Michelle Chapman

Makeup Artist

Lynn Christopher

Set Designer

Kevin Clark

Other

Mark Cohen

Assistant

Bill Coleman

Camera Operator

Robert Conte

Screenplay

Richard S Cook

Set Designer

Shannon Coppin

Makeup Assistant

Sandra Couldwell

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Bruno Coupe

On-Set Dresser

Charles Courrieu

Dresser

Michael Cox

Grip

Steven D Craine

Other

Kelly G Crawford

Editor

Dana Crocker

Transportation Coordinator

Dan Crosby

Other

Wally Cross

Props

Paul Cunningham

Gaffer

Rory Cutler

Special Effects Coordinator

Louis D'esposito

Assistant Director

Diane Dagistino

Hair Stylist

Debbi Datz-pyle

Music Contractor

John Davis

Producer

Jerry Deblau

Gaffer

Michael Decasper

Assistant Director

Ken Decker

Other

John Dekker

Best Boy

Tony Derkach

Best Boy

Marc Deschaine

Adr Editor

Ged Dickersin

Location Manager

Roy Dickson

Props

Dave Donegan

Assistant

Steve Dorff

Song

Steve Dorff

Music

Lionel Doucette

Props

Walter Dovertell

Driver

Michael Dressel

Foley Editor

Madeleine Duff

Script Supervisor

Robert W. Dulys

Driver

Mike Dunne

Best Boy

Garnet Durham

Video Assist/Playback

Adam Duthie

Assistant Editor

Syd Dutton

Special Effects

Sandi Ellams

Accountant

Peter Evangelatos

Craft Service

R D 'luther' Fairbairn

Property Master

Rob Falck

Special Effects Foreman

John Michael Fanaris

Sound Effects

Greg Farmer

Other

Sylvia Fay

Casting

Dino Fekaris

Song

Pamela Ferrari

Art Assistant

Trevor Fieldhouse

Assistant Location Manager

Chris Flemington

Special Effects Assistant

Anne Fletcher

Choreographer

Glenn Foerster

Other

Paul Ford

On-Set Dresser

Gil Forrester

Other

Martin Fossum

Sound Mixer

John Franta

Driver

Don French

Assistant Director

Rudolf Friml

Song

Dana Fugate

Production Coordinator

Carol Gagner

Accounting Assistant

Carolyn Garcia

Production Coordinator

Sandy Garcia

Foley Recordist

Hank Garfield

Sound

Michelle Gasque

Assistant Production Coordinator

Laura Geary

Other

Simon Georgiou

Other

Kenny Gibbs

Props

Daniel C Gold

Camera Operator

Thomas Gould

Sound

Marilyn Graf

Foley Mixer

Tom Gregg

Best Boy Grip

Doane Gregory

Photography

Kevin Griffin-park

On-Set Dresser

Allen Gunn

Carpenter

Lise Hache

Costume Supervisor

Stephen Hagen

Assistant Director

Robert Hallowell

Hair Stylist

Oscar Hammerstein Ii

Song

Jesse Hanen

On-Set Dresser

Otto Harbach

Song

Douglas Hardwick

Construction

Haida Harper

Props

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

J. Todd Harris

Producer

Brentan Harron

Assistant Art Director

Jeff Haskell

Song

Dan Haveruk

Driver

Jason Hawkins

Art Department

Michael Hawley

Sound Mixer

Bonnie Hay

Stand-In

Judy Heinzen

Office Assistant

David Henneberry

Other

Larry Herbstritt

Original Music

Dan Hermansen

Set Designer

A Ideth Hernandez

Associate Producer

Patricia Doherty Hess

Unit Production Manager

Brad Hisey

Assistant

Todd Hlagi

Grip

Hilda Hodges

Foley Artist

Gina Hole

Makeup

Joel Holland

Video Assist/Playback

Bill Holmquist

Construction Coordinator

Erin Hopkins

Assistant Editor

Edwin Hopson

Office Assistant

Bernie Horn-bostel

Grip

Glenn Hoskinson

Sound Effects Editor

Michelle Hrescak

Makeup Assistant

Brian Hughes

Driver

Kathleen Devlin Hughes

Assistant Property Master

Kevin Hughes

Property Master

Charron Hume

Costumes

Howard Huntley

Driver

Randolph Hutniak

Art Department

Shirley Inget

Set Decorator

Sharon P Ingram

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jacqueline Jacobson-scarfo

Set Decorator

Vinnie Jae

Other

Gaetan Jalbert

Rigging Gaffer

Lori James

Driver

Ron James

Transportation Coordinator

Helen Jarvis

Art Director

Jeff Jarvis

Special Effects Assistant

Lisa Jensen

Costume Designer

Mal Johstone

Driver

Dave Jones

Other

Dennis Jones

Lighting

Mary Kane

Coproducer

Ken Kantymir

Stand-In

Kara Katsoulis

Casting Associate

Eric Kaz

Song

Josee Kedzierski

Assistant

John B Keys

Other

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 17m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video December 28, 1999

Released in United States Summer August 27, 1999

Based on the Canadian cartoon "Dudley Do-Right" about the adventures of a Canadian mounted policeman.

Began shooting September 8, 1998.

Completed shooting November 18, 1998.

Theatrically released with the 3-minute animated short "The Phox, the Box and the Lox" by Jay Ward as the newest installment of his "Fractured Fairy Tales" series.

Released in United States Summer August 27, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 28, 1999