Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch


1h 33m 2002

Brief Synopsis

Air Bud follows his young owners once again, but this time with Josh in college, Bud follows his sister Andrea as she heads for the baseball diamonds of Little League. Before he can become a star in the baseball world, however, Bud has to solve the mystery of his missing offspring, who are now grow

Film Details

Also Known As
1 toutou à la rescousse!, Air Bud - hunden som klarar allt!, Air Bud 4: Seventh Inning Fetch
MPAA Rating
G
Genre
Children
Comedy
Drama
Family
Sequel
Sports
Release Date
2002
Production Company
Alpha Cine; Casablanca Sound Services; Dimension Films; Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.; Keystone Family Pictures; Title House, Inc.; Toybox; Western Post Productions, Inc.
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

Air Bud follows his young owners once again, but this time with Josh in college, Bud follows his sister Andrea as she heads for the baseball diamonds of Little League. Before he can become a star in the baseball world, however, Bud has to solve the mystery of his missing offspring, who are now grown and being stolen right out from their homes. It's up to Bud to track down the pups before going to bat in the big leagues, the Anaheim Angels.

Crew

Wayne Adamson

Security

Bobbi Allyn

Set Decorator

Ed Anders

Stunt Player

Geoff Anderson

Screen Display Cg Supervisor

Peter Andringa

Production Designer

Albert Armstrong

Cast Driver

Brett Armstrong

Stunt Player

Dave Armstrong

Color Timer

David A Armstrong

Color Timer

Paul Aronoff

Adr Recordist (Los Angeles)

Scott Ateah

Stunt Driver

Loren Bagelman

Security

Hal Foxton Beckett

Music Conductor

Hal Foxton Beckett

Music Editor

Francesca Benedetti

Post-Production Coordinator

Jordan Benwick

Digital Artist (Toybox West Vfx)

Harold Bernard

B Camera 2nd Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Ian Birkett

Production Manager

Paul A. Birkett

Production Assistant

Paul Birkett

Production Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Patti Bishop

Assistant Costume Designer

Carmen Bonzelius

Costume Set Supervisor

Darcy Booth

Grip (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

John Boyle

Sound Mixer

Duane Bradley

Raccoon/Pig Trainer

Trevor Broadbent

Lamp Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Warren Bruce

Generator Operator

Ron Buyck

Transportation Co-Captain

Victor Caine

Security

Gary Campbell

Lyrics ("I Got It Goin' On")

Gary Campbell

Music ("I Got It Goin' On")

George Campbell

Gaffer

John Carr

Greensperson

Lucas Chadwick

Buyer

Zarah Chun

First Aid Craft Service

Marcia S Clingman

Assistant Craft Service

Vince Coates

2nd Assistant Director

David Cooper

Greensperson

Andrew Coppin

A Camera 1st Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Victor Costanzi

Concertmaster

Robert Crippen

Director (Additional Photography/Vancouver), Director (Additional Photography)

Robert Crippen

Dp/Cinematographer

Robert Crippen

1st Assistant Director

Herbert Crowder

Camera Trainee

Brian Cyr

Stills Photographer

Luisa Dal Magro

Extras Costumer

Kevin Dicicco

Characters As Source Material ("Air Bud")

Mary Downe

Tutor (Teachers' Tutoring Service)

Shawn Duggan

Production Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Randy Egan

Digital Effects Artist

Theo Eglseder

A Camera 1st Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Christopher Elke

Visual Effects Coordinator (Toybox West Vfx)

Andrew Ellis

Adr Assistant

Stephanie Engelsman

Assistant Craft Service

Ryan Ennis

Stunt Player

Allette Falle

Stunt Player

Dean Fitzpatrick

Transportation Coordinator

Kelly Fitzsimmons

Location Assistant

Sean Fitzsimmons

On Set Dresser

John Flynn Iv

1st Assistant Camera (Additional Photography)

Glenn Foerster

Greensperson

Marjorie Fossum

Script Supervisor

Cleo Gagner

1st Assistant Hair Stylist

Jennifer Galloway

Production Coordinator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Jennifer Galloway

Assistant Production Coordinator

Tracy Gardhouse

Raccoon/Pig Trainer

John Genzel

Production Financing (Royal Bank Of Canada)

Chris Gibbins

A Camera 1st Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Vanessa Giles

Key Makeup Artist

Dinesh Gill

Property Master

Darren Gilmore

Adr Recordist

Darren Gilmore

Foley Recordist

Darren Gilmore

Rerecording Mixer

Alan Goldman

Props Buyer

Reg Gole

B Camera 1st Assistant

Ken Gracey

Production Accounting Clerk

Megan Gray

Location Assistant

Shaye Gusdal

Best Boy Grip (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Brenda Hall

Driver

Kirsten Hansen

Script Supervisor (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Kirsten Hansen

Assistant (To Robert Vince)

Dave Hawrysh

Greensperson

Colin Heagle

Set Dresser

Michael Heagle

Set Dresser

Kelly Herron

Editor

Ken Hewlett

A Camera Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Andrea Hiestand

Costume Set Supervisor (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Andrea Hiestand

Truck Supervisor

Vince Higginbottom

Key Scenic Painter

Brad Hillman

Rerecording Mixer

Brad Hillman

Sound Effects Editor

Cliff Hokanson

Steadicam Operator

Ian Houghton

Lamp Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Michelle Hunter

Costume Designer

Stephanie Isherwood

Screenwriter

Dale Jahraus

B Camera Operator

Wally Janzen

Grip Truck

Lorna Johnson

Casting Director

Bruce Jones

Security Coordinator

Darren Joseph

C Camera 2nd Assistant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Bonnie Judd

Head Animal Trainer

Ryan Judd

Assistant Trainer

Trisha Judd

Assistant Trainer

Spiro Karfakis

Other

Kevin Kasha

Executive Producer

Mike Kean

Lamp Operator

Mike Kean

Gaffer (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Racquel Lagson

Assistant Makeup (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Cathy Landry

Accountant (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Cathy Landry

Assistant Production Accountant

David Langtry

Computer Playback Operator

Shandy Lashley

Trainee Assistant Location Manager

Pam Lawrence

Script Supervisor

Randall Lee

Sound Engineer

Randy S. Lee

Stunt Coordinator

Brian Lewis

Set Dresser

David Lewis

Set Dresser

Andrea Leyland

1st Assistant Makeup

Andrea Leyland

Makeup Artist (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Heather London

Key Grip

Valerie Lykkemark

Coordinator (On Set B.C. S.P.C.A. Reps)

Arona Martin

Casting Assistant (Us)

Ron Mccall

Set Dresser

Jon Mccleery

Sound Engineer

Rob Mcdonagh

Boom Operator

John Mcintosh

Head Greensperson

Heather Mclellan

Hair Stylist (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Richard Mcneal

A Camera Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Jill Mcqueen

Assistant Location Manager

Anna Mcroberts

Screenplay

Anna Mcroberts

Producer

Anna Mcroberts

Director Of Photography

Anna Mcroberts

Dp/Cinematographer

Nathan Mctague

A Camera 2nd Assistant

Aaron Mendelsohn

Based On Characters Created By

Andrew Midgley

Titles (Title House Digital)

Kevin Mitchell

Generator Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Roger Monk

Score Mixing

Jessica Moskal

A Camera 1st Assistant

Tim Moynihan

Steadicam Operator

Don Munro

Tutor (Teachers' Tutoring Service)

Allana Murray

Camera Trainee

Jordan Neifer

Grip

Paul Nelson

Post-Production Assistant

Sherry Newstead

Stunt Player

Bruce Nipshank

2nd Painter

Jack Norworth

Music ("Take Me Out To The Ballgame")

Jack Norworth

Lyrics ("Take Me Out To The Ballgame")

Miguel Nunes

Rerecording Mixer

Miguel Nunes

Music ("I Got It Goin' On")

Miguel Nunes

Lyrics ("I Got It Goin' On")

Miguel Nunes

Sound Effects Editor

Brendan O'reilly

Greensperson

Angela Torrez Parker

Production Accountant (Additional Photography)

Angela Torrez Parker

Baseball Advisor

Lee Parker

Assistant Music Editor

Jason Pielak

Editor

Kevin Pigeua

Security

Andre Plante

Security

Christine Pompao

Art Department Production Assistant

Meryn Pottruff

Assistant Set Decorator

Bobby Prasad

Transportation Captain

Gregory Prechel

Music Preparation

Ryan Reynolds

Post-Production Assistant

Rob Roodenburg

Assistant Trainer

John M Rosenberg

Song Performer ("Happy Doggie Now")

John M Rosenberg

Music ("Happy Doggie Now"), Music ("Hall Of Fame"), Music ("2 Friends")

John M Rosenberg

Lyrics ("Happy Doggie Now"), Lyrics ("Hall Of Fame"), Lyrics ("2 Friends")

Gregory Rutherford

Key Grip (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Gregory Rutherford

Grip

Jennifer E Ryan

Tutor (Teachers' Tutoring Service)

Ginny Sakamoto

Art Director

Ali Salamati

3rd Assistant Director

Don Sangster

Baseball Technical Advisor

Johnny Sca

Best Boy Grip

Gail Schacht

Business Affairs (Keystone)

Leah Schwieger

Key Hair Stylist

Bruce Seto

On Set Props

Tracy Seward

Production Controller

Dan Sinclair

Security

Reggie Singh

Transportation Co-Captain

Audrey Skalbania

Casting Extras Coordinator (Canada)

Rozanda Skalbania

Child Coordinator

Tim Spencer

Steadicam Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Tim Spencer

C Camera Operator (Additional Photography/Vancouver)

Daniel Sperry

Dolby Sound Consultant

Emily Spiller

Lead Dresser

Leslie Spongberg

Stunt Player

Richard F Spooner

Lamp Operator

Jodi Stecyk

Stunt Player

Alison Stephen

Production Coordinator

Bill Stewart

Stunt Driver

Michael Strange

Executive Producer

Christine Stringer

Office Production Assistant

Ashley Suttle

Assistant Trainer

Sara Sutton

Screenwriter

Rodger Swan

Location Assistant

Paul Tamasy

Based On Characters Created By

Noah Therrien

Raccoon/Pig Trainer

Julie Thiel

Song Performer ("2 Friends")

Film Details

Also Known As
1 toutou à la rescousse!, Air Bud - hunden som klarar allt!, Air Bud 4: Seventh Inning Fetch
MPAA Rating
G
Genre
Children
Comedy
Drama
Family
Sequel
Sports
Release Date
2002
Production Company
Alpha Cine; Casablanca Sound Services; Dimension Films; Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.; Keystone Family Pictures; Title House, Inc.; Toybox; Western Post Productions, Inc.
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Articles

Patrick Cranshaw (1919-2005)


Patrick Cranshaw, the grizzly American character actor who spent the last four decades playing a series of old sidekicks and comic relief in such diverse movies as Bonnie and Clyde (1967) to last year's hit summer film Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005), died of natural causes on December 28 at his Fort Worth, Texas home. He was 86.

Born on June 17, 1919 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Cranshaw became interested in acting while entertaining the troops with the Army Air Forces during World War II. After the war, he worked in radio, and slogged his way though bit parts in a few films before landing his first notable (if still uncredited) part as a bartender in the Claudette Colbert western Texas Lady (1955). It took a while before he got his next strong part, but he was memorable in his brief scene as the fidgety bank teller in Arthur Penn's classic Bonnie and Clyde (1967); and appeared as a hayseed in some wildly bad camp fare such as Mars Need Women and Hip, Hot and 21 (also 1967).

But so what if the good movie roles weren't coming? Cranshaw, with his small, expressive eyes, crinkled smile, and scraggly white beard, made for an ideal comic foil in sitcoms; and anyone with a passing interest for spotting character actors can't help but be impressed with his resume on that medium in the '70s: (The Odd Couple, Sanford and Son, The Bob Newhart Show, Mork and Mindy); the '80s: (The Dukes of Hazzard, Growing Pains, Perfect Strangers, Night Court, Diff'rent Strokes); '90s: (Coach, Ellen, Married...with Children, Just Shoot Me!, The Drew Carey Show); and even the 21st century: (Suddenly Susan, Monk).

Most impressively, Cranshaw should serve as model for all struggling actors that sheer persistency can pay off when you're hungry for some good roles in motion pictures, for he was in well in his seventies when he started gaining some decent screen time in The Beverly Hillbillies (1993), The Hudsucker Proxy (1994), Everyone Says I Love You (1996), and Best in Show (2000). However, his most memorable moment in film came in the Will Ferrell/Vince Vaughn comedy Old School (2003). Here he played a octogenarian frat boy named Blue; and in one terrific sequence, he's dressed in his longjohns ready to wrestle two topless girls but dies of a heart attack due to overexcitement! He may have not won an Oscar® for his performance, but he developed something of cult following after that great comic turn.

Most recently, he played a Derby owner with Lindsay Lohan and Matt Dillon in Disney's Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005); and just completed the movie Air Buddies due for release next year. Cranshaw is survived by three children, Jan Ragland, Joe Cranshaw and Beverly Trautschold; his sister, Billie Gillespie; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

by Michael T. Toole
Patrick Cranshaw (1919-2005)

Patrick Cranshaw (1919-2005)

Patrick Cranshaw, the grizzly American character actor who spent the last four decades playing a series of old sidekicks and comic relief in such diverse movies as Bonnie and Clyde (1967) to last year's hit summer film Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005), died of natural causes on December 28 at his Fort Worth, Texas home. He was 86. Born on June 17, 1919 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Cranshaw became interested in acting while entertaining the troops with the Army Air Forces during World War II. After the war, he worked in radio, and slogged his way though bit parts in a few films before landing his first notable (if still uncredited) part as a bartender in the Claudette Colbert western Texas Lady (1955). It took a while before he got his next strong part, but he was memorable in his brief scene as the fidgety bank teller in Arthur Penn's classic Bonnie and Clyde (1967); and appeared as a hayseed in some wildly bad camp fare such as Mars Need Women and Hip, Hot and 21 (also 1967). But so what if the good movie roles weren't coming? Cranshaw, with his small, expressive eyes, crinkled smile, and scraggly white beard, made for an ideal comic foil in sitcoms; and anyone with a passing interest for spotting character actors can't help but be impressed with his resume on that medium in the '70s: (The Odd Couple, Sanford and Son, The Bob Newhart Show, Mork and Mindy); the '80s: (The Dukes of Hazzard, Growing Pains, Perfect Strangers, Night Court, Diff'rent Strokes); '90s: (Coach, Ellen, Married...with Children, Just Shoot Me!, The Drew Carey Show); and even the 21st century: (Suddenly Susan, Monk). Most impressively, Cranshaw should serve as model for all struggling actors that sheer persistency can pay off when you're hungry for some good roles in motion pictures, for he was in well in his seventies when he started gaining some decent screen time in The Beverly Hillbillies (1993), The Hudsucker Proxy (1994), Everyone Says I Love You (1996), and Best in Show (2000). However, his most memorable moment in film came in the Will Ferrell/Vince Vaughn comedy Old School (2003). Here he played a octogenarian frat boy named Blue; and in one terrific sequence, he's dressed in his longjohns ready to wrestle two topless girls but dies of a heart attack due to overexcitement! He may have not won an Oscar® for his performance, but he developed something of cult following after that great comic turn. Most recently, he played a Derby owner with Lindsay Lohan and Matt Dillon in Disney's Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005); and just completed the movie Air Buddies due for release next year. Cranshaw is survived by three children, Jan Ragland, Joe Cranshaw and Beverly Trautschold; his sister, Billie Gillespie; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. by Michael T. Toole

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Released in United States 2002

Released in United States on Video June 18, 2002

Staright-to-video release.

Released in United States 2002

Released in United States on Video June 18, 2002