Bicentennial Man 1999 Film | Robin Williams, Embeth Davidtz

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Bicentennial Man plot from IMDb: "An android endeavors to become human as he gradually acquires emotions."

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Directed by Chris Columbus

Produced by Chris Columbus, Wolfgang Petersen, Gail Katz, Laurence Mark, Neal Miller, Mark Radcliffe, Michael Barnathan

Screenplay by Nicholas Kazan

Based on The Positronic Man by Isaac Asimov, Robert Silverberg; The Bicentennial Man by Isaac Asimov

Music by James Horner

Cinematography: Phil Méheux

Edited by Neil Travis

Production companies: Touchstone Pictures, Columbia Pictures, 1492 Pictures, Laurence Mark Productions, Radiant Productions

Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution (North America), Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International (International)

Release date: December 17, 1999

Running time: 132 minutes

Budget: $90-100 million

Box office: $87.4 million

Cast and Characters:

Robin Williams as Andrew Martin, an NDR android servant

Sam Neill as Richard "Sir" Martin

Embeth Davidtz as Amanda "Little Miss" Martin (adult) and Portia Charney

Hallie Kate Eisenberg as Amanda "Little Miss" Martin (age 7)

Wendy Crewson as Rachel "Ma'am" Martin

Oliver Platt as Rupert Burns

Kiersten Warren as Galatea

Stephen Root as Dennis Mansky

Angela Landis as Grace "Miss" Martin (adult)

Lindze Letherman as Grace "Miss" Martin (age 9)

Bradley Whitford as Lloyd Charney (adult)

Igor Hiller as Lloyd Charney (age 10)

John Michael Higgins as Bill Feingold

George D. Wallace as the President/Speaker of the World Congress

Lynne Thigpen as Marjorie Bota, a later President/Speaker of the World Congress

Jay Johnston as Charles