A Bug's Life 1998 Disney Pixar Film



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About A Bug's Life


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Bugs, Животът на буболечките, Život Buba, Pöddulíf, Bichos, Das große Krabbeln, Život chrobáka, 虫虫特工队, 1001 pattes, 벅스 라이프, Uma Vida de Insecto, Bug's Life, A, Жизнь жуков


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A Bug's Life plot from IMDb: "A misfit ant, looking for "warriors" to save his colony from greedy grasshoppers, recruits a group of bugs that turn out to be an inept circus troupe."


The trailer can be found online.


Cast and Characters (descriptions from Wikipedia):

Dave Foley as Flik, a brave, clever, but accident-prone ant

Kevin Spacey as Hopper, the leader of the grasshoppers

Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Princess Atta, a nervous queen-in-training of the ant colony

Hayden Panettiere as Dot, Atta's younger sister

Denis Leary as Francis, a male ladybug clown constantly mistaken for a female

Joe Ranft as Heimlich, a large caterpillar clown with a German accent

David Hyde Pierce as Slim, a walking stick clown who acts as a prop in the circus

Jonathan Harris as Manny, a praying mantis who is the circus magician

Madeline Kahn as Gypsy, Manny's gypsy moth wife and lovely assistant

Bonnie Hunt as Rosie, a black widow spider and Dim's "tamer" in the circus

Michael McShane as Tuck and Roll, two twin[5] pillbug brothers from Hungary and act as "human" cannonballs

John Ratzenberger as P.T. Flea, a ringmaster of the circus

Brad Garrett as Dim, a rhinoceros beetle that plays the "ferocious beast" in the circus

Richard Kind as Molt, Hopper's dimwitted younger brother

Phyllis Diller as The Queen, an elderly ant planning to soon retire

Roddy McDowall as Mr. Soil, the ant colony's resident thespian

Edie McClurg as Flora, the ant colony's doctor

Alex Rocco as Thorny, Atta's grouchy assistant

David Ossman as Cornelius, a very old ant whom the Queen flirts with

David Lander as Thumper, Hopper's deranged "enforcer"

Rodger Bumpass as Harry, a mosquito

Ashley Tisdale as the leader of the Blueberry Scouts, a troop of ant children that Dot belongs to

Jan Rabson and Carlos Alazraqui as Axel and Loco, a duo of grasshoppers from Hopper's gang

Bob Bergen as Aphie, the Queen's pet aphid


Directed by John Lasseter

Screenplay by Andrew Stanton, Donald McEnery, Bob Shaw

Story by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Joe Ranft

Produced by Darla K. Anderson, Kevin Reher

Cinematography: Sharon Calahan

Edited by Lee Unkrich

Music by Randy Newman

Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios

Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Release date: November 20, 1998

Running time:95 minutes

Budget: $120 million

Box office: $363.3 million