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Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000

VHS Cover for Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000
Directed by David Orr
Produced by Gen Fukunaga
Cindy Fukunaga
Written by Neil Bligh
Starring see below
Music by David Rennke
Mark Lovrich
Editing by Chris Sabat
Mobes Vega
Barry Watson
Distributed by FUNimation
Release date(s) October 5, 1999
Running time 62 min.
Country United StatesUnited States
Language English

Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000 is a direct to video film that was based upon Chuck E. Cheese's. It was released October 5, 1999 in CEC restaurants and Target stores.[1] The plot is that a boy named Charlie Rockit needs $50,000 dollars to fix his aunt and uncle's tractor engine, so Chuck E. and friends go to the Galaxy 5000 to win it in a race.[2]



Charlie Rockit's aunt and uncle are in danger of losing their farm because they need $50,000 to replace their tractor. To raise the money, Chuck E. Cheese and his friends decide to race in the Galaxy 5000 on the planet Orion (which they travel to via Pasqually's Awesome Adventure Machine).

They face many challenges, including a racing vehicle that's practically junk, cheating competitors, and a woman named Astrid whom Chuck falls for but who's only interested in the prize money. Everything seems to go from bad to worse for Chuck, but just when he's at his lowest point, he meets a hermit named Harry who gets him to believe in himself and helps him train for the race.

During the race, Chuck overcomes the cheaters' maneuvers, getting stuck in a forest, and his own self-doubts to reach the finish line. Having won the prize, Chuck and his friends head home.


  • Peyton Welch, Daphne Gere (Chuck E. Cheese costume)
  • Georgia Denny, Linda Cokeman (Helen Henny costume)
  • Micah Mernika, Shay Coldwell (Jasper T. Jowls costume)
  • Chris Carson, Reny Fulton (Mr. Munch costume)
  • Galen Beyca (Charlie Rockit)
  • Stephen Lange (Pasqually and Harry the Hermit)
  • Kenyon Holmes (Peter)
  • Rob Flanagan (Ivan)
  • Jackson Kane (Dr. Zoom)
  • Lyndia Mackay (Astrid)
  • Johnathon Vought (Pizza Guy)
  • Joe Rice; Chris Cason; Gary Frank; Mike Hawes (Reporters)
  • Chris Sabat (Announcer)
  • Chris Nash; Jerry Patin; Josh Cosimo; Gen Fukunaga (Policemen)
  • Chris Sabat (Pizza Player)
  • David Zimmerman (Child #2)
The heads for Munch, Chuck E., Helen, and Jasper were all the animatronic heads the company had made themselves

Voice cast

  • Duncan Brannan (Chuck E. Cheese)
  • Georgia Denney (Helen Henny)
  • Jeremy Blaido (Jasper T. Jowls)
  • Chris Sabat (Mr. Munch)


  • "The Galaxy's For You and Me" - Chris Sabat, Duncan Brannan, Georgia Denney, Jeremy Blaido
  • "The Real Me" - Georgia Denney
  • "Snowball's Chance in Texas" - Jeremy Bladio
  • "Zoom Gas" - Jackson Kane, Kenyon Holmes, Rob Flanagan
  • "True Potential"
  • "I Know I Can"
  • "We Did It"
  • "A Little Help From Above"


  1. ^ Chuck E. Cheese licensed items [1]
  2. ^ Complete film on YouTube

External links

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