Werner - das muß kesseln!!!

Werner - das muß kesseln!!!

Deutschland 1995/1996, Animationsfilm

Inhalt

Werner II

Werner′s back! And with him are Andi, Eckat, Meister Roehrich, the greasy petrol-pump attendant Shorty Moechtegross from the Fuselin petrol station, his thugs Hei-ner and Bodo, and, not forgetting, Wer-ner′s enemies from the cop shop.

However, Bentley driver Nobelschroeder, the owner of the swish restaurant Cardan Bleu, is a load of trouble for Werner and Andi. To start with, the two write off their turbo-propelled ice sledge in a race against Nobelschroeder, then the showoff goes and dares to challenge them to a return race. This time, the whole kaboosh is on the line: including none other than Borsti, Andi and Werner′s beloved pet pig. So, it′s only natural that the two automobile wizards should set about preparing the ultimate counter-strike: they create a machine from Hell - according to their own specifications - to send the Bentley to Kingdom come. This machine with an aeroplane engine only runs on a very special concoction - but when it does, it′s full throttle. So, nothing can really go wrong in the race for Borsti. The only thing is that Werner and Andi must be at the agreed meeting point on time. It′s not just a race against Nobelschroeder, but also one against time.

Source: German films Service & Marketing GmbH

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Credits

All Credits

Director:Michael Schaack, Udo Beißel
Assistant director:Christiane Rittner
Dialogue editor:Angelika Schaack
Screenplay:Rötger Feldmann, Andi Feldmann, Christian Sievers
based on:Rötger Feldmann (Comicbücher)
Director of photography:Graham Tiernan (Kamera-Überwachung), Stuart Campbell, Stefan Melchior, Marieluise Gram, Walter Schmidt, Ernst Hammel, Achim Herbig, Werner Loos, Heinz Busert, Gino Chang (Taipei), Ryu Souchi (Taipei), Kent Lin (Taipei), Tsau Yon Liang (Taipei), Lo Sin Zwong (Taipei)
Set design:Markus Hoogveld
Set design:Gabor Pichler (Character Design), Michelle Davis (Color Design), Simone Lemke (Color Design), Bernie Denk (Computer Design), Jürgen Heer (Creative Engeneer), Thorsten Lehmann (Technische Leitung), Tobias Genkel (Layout)
Storyboard:Rob Koo (Toronto), Christian Puille, Antonio Zurera, Marc-Gordon Bates, Steve Evangelatos, Jez Hall, Nicole Völke
Animation:Jeannie Paynter (Layout - Vancouver), Marcus Nickerson (Layout - Vancouver), Armen Melen Konlan (Layout - Toronto), Matthias Lechner (Layout - Hamburg), Wouter Dierickx (Layout - Brüssel), Mark Naisbitt (Spezialeffekte), Dag Hornig (Spezialeffekte), Susanne Müller (Spezialeffekte), Robert Sommerville (Spezialeffekte), Michael Ekbladh (Spezialeffekte), Lynette Charters (Spezialeffekte), Robert "Carpet" Byrne (Spezialeffekte), Conor Thunder (Spezialeffekte - Dublin), Ute von Münchow-Pohl (Animation Director), Bunis Young (Animation Director - Taipei), Jack Jed (Animation Director - Taipei), Steve Evangelatos (Animation Director), Dagmar Weisbach (Paint and Trace Supervisor), Aggi Winter (Paint and Trace Supervisor), Eckart Fingberg (Animation Supervisor), Anatole Livera (Animation Check Supervisor), Joah Jensen (Animation Assistent Supervisor), Christian Ryltenius (Animation Assistent Supervisor), Tobias Schwarz (Charaktere)
Editing:Michael Thaler
Assistant editor:Holger Jass
Sound:Graham Whitehead (Nachsynchronisation), Hanna Haase (Sound Reading), Fernando Figoli (Linotext)
Foley artist:Pit Kuhlmann, Joern Poetzl
Audio mixing:Hubert Bartholomae, Andreas Musolff
Music:Lutz Rahn, Mark Willis
Voice:Klaus Büchner (Werner), Andi Feldmann (Andi / Röhrich), Kulle Westphal (Eckat), Monty Arnold (Nobelschröder), Günther Willumeit (Bauer Horst), Benno Hoffmann (Bruno), Martin Semmelrogge (Shorty), Christian Sievers (Heiner), Thomas Struck (Fischbein / Höpl / Kameramann / Pilot), Carlo von Tiedemann (Sprecher), Lilo Wanders (Magret), Klaus Büchner (Herbert), Harald Wehmeier (Bodo), Robert Schlunze (Helmut), Ruth Rockenschaub (Frau Höpenbecker), Raymond Voß (Präsi / Günzelsen), Friederike Sabin (Frau Günzelsen), Michael Schaack (Japankradler), Sacht nix (Röhre / Petra)
Production company:Senator Film Produktion GmbH (Berlin)
manufactured by:TFC Trickcompany Filmproduktion GmbH (Hamburg)
Producer:Bernd Eichinger, Hanno Huth
Executive producer:Michael Schaack
Line producer:Stefaan Schieder, Wolfgang Hantke, Jo Hahn
Producer (other):Jürgen Polaszek (Studioleitung)
Unit production manager:Mandy Kealey (Vancouver), Gerald O'Rourke (Dublin), Eimear P. S. Joyce (Hamburg)
Production assistant:Nicola Kruse (Hamburg), Nina Peters (Hamburg), Colleen Pollock (Vancouver)
Pre-production:Martha Richter (Pre-Production-Koordination), Sascha Wolff (Pre-Production - Post-Production)
Post-production:Sascha Wolff
Production manager:Ulfo Münster
Production accountant:Eric Helms, Karin Brandt
Shoot:1995-1996:
Original distributor:Constantin Film GmbH (München)
Funding:Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA) (Berlin), Filmboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam, Bayerische Film- und Fernsehförderung (LfA) (München)
Format:35mm, 1:1,85
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby SR
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 24.06.1996 [2. FSK-Prüfung]
Screening:Uraufführung (DE): 26.06.1996, Berlin, Zoo-Palast;
Kinostart (DE): 27.06.1996;
TV-Erstsendung (DE): 17.01.1998, Premiere

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Werner - das muß kesseln!!!
Video-Titel Werner (2) - das muß kesseln

Versions

Original

Format:35mm, 1:1,85
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby SR
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 24.06.1996 [2. FSK-Prüfung]
Screening:Uraufführung (DE): 26.06.1996, Berlin, Zoo-Palast;
Kinostart (DE): 27.06.1996;
TV-Erstsendung (DE): 17.01.1998, Premiere
 

Prüffassung

Length:2325 m, 85 min
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 13.06.1996, 75416, ab 6 Jahre / feiertagsfrei