Dr. Dolittle 2Director: Steve Carr, Eddie Murphy, Kristen Wilson, Jeffrey Jones
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Steve Carr directs Eddie Murphy in Dr. Dolittle 2, which comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that fails to preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while Spanish and French soundtracks have been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by the director, a pair of pedestrian making-of featurettes, extended scenes, storyboard to film comparisons, a theatrical trailer, and a music video. This is a decent disc for what it is, but considering a different release contains the same features and a widescreen transfer it is unnecessary. The widescreen disc is preferable.
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- Original Release:
- 20th Century Fox
- Region Code:
- [Full Frame]
- [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Cast & Crew
|Eddie Murphy||Dr. Doolittle|
|Kristen Wilson||Lisa Doolittle|
|Jeffrey Jones||Joseph Potter|
|Kevin Pollak||Jack Riley,Crocodile|
|Raven Symone||Charisse Dolittle|
|Kyla Pratt||Maya Dolittle|
|Michael Rapaport||Joey the Raccoon|
|Richard Sarafian||God Beaver|
|Andy Dick||Lennie the Weasel|
|Cedric the Entertainer||Zoo Bear|
|John Witherspoon||Zoo Bear #2|
|Joey Lauren Adams||Squirrel|
|Andy Richter||Eugene Wilson|
|Jamie Kennedy||Bandit/Forest Animal/Animal Groupie #1|
|Hal Sparks||School Fish #1|
|Steve Irwin||The Crocodile Hunter|
|Bart the Bear||Actor|
|Spring Aspers||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Richard Bradford||Art Director|
|Ruth E. Carter||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Robert Gould||Set Decoration/Design|
|Patricia Klawonn||Set Decoration/Design|
|Neil Machlis||Executive Producer|
|David MacMillan||Sound/Sound Designer|
|David Newman||Score Composer|
|Aldric La'Auli Porter||Associate Producer|
|Brad Ricker||Art Director|
|William Sandell||Production Designer|
|Joseph M. Singer||Executive Producer|
|Bill Taliaferro||Set Decoration/Design|
1. Main Titles
5. The Beaver's Request
6. The Birthday Cake
7. The God Beaver
8. A Court Order
10. Doggy Desire
11. In the Woods
12. The Bearathon
13. Basic Training
14. All Alone
15. The Cowardly Bear
17. Meeting With Potter
18. Back at the Cabin
19. Archie and the Hive
21. Charisse's Talent
22. Animal Power
23. Saving the Species
24. End Titles
Do You Want to Go See the Beaver?: Yes
Commentary by Director Steve Carr & Co-Producer Heidi Santelli
"The Making of Doctor Dolittle 2"
Mr. Potter Signs the Document (Available Without Commentary)
Optional Commentary by Director Steve Carr: On
Optional Commentary by Director Steve Carr: Off
Bear Necessitites: A Kids Guide to Grizzlies
Making Movie Magic With Rhythm and Hues
Scene 1: "The Doctor's Office"
Scenes 11-14: "Paging Charisse"
Scene 19: "Is This Biggy Mac?"
Scenes 56, 57 & 59: "Archie Learns About Bears"
Scenes 83-88: "Too Much Ice Cream"
"Cluck Cluck" Music Video (The Product G&B Featuring Wyclef)
"Wild on the Set" With Tank the Bear
Music Promo Spot
Theatrical Trailer & TV Spots
Theatrical Trailer A
Theatrical Trailer B
TV Spots: "Number 1 Comedy"
TV Spots: "Funnier Review"
TV Spots: "What He Does Best"
TV Spots: "Celebration"
TV Spots: "Family Affair"
TV Spots: "Get Jiggy"
TV Spots: "Chaos"
TV Spots: "The Wild/Story"
TV Spots: "Set the Stage"
TV Spots: "Number 2"
TV Spots: "The Wild"
TV Spots: "Take the Fish"
"Ice Age" Trailer
Languages: English 5.1
Languages: French Dolby Surround
Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
Captions & Subtitles: English for the Hearing Impaired
Captions & Subtitles: Spanish
Captions & Subtitles: Off
Do You Want to Go See the Beaver?: No
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