How the Grinch Stole Christmas

He puts the mean in green.

Categories: Family, Comedy, Fantasy
Inside a snowflake exists the magical land of Whoville. In Whoville, live the Whos, an almost mutated sort of Munchkin-like people. All the Whos love Christmas, yet just outside of their beloved Whoville lives the Grinch. The Grinch is a nasty creature that hates Christmas, and plots to steal it away from the Whos, whom he equally abhors. Yet a small child, Cindy Lou Who, decides to try befriending the Grinch.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2000-11-17
Run time: 104 minute / 1:44
Budget: $123,000,000
Revenue: $345,141,403
Director: Ron Howard
Writers: Jeffrey Price, Peter S. Seaman.
Production Companies : Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, LUNI Productions GmbH and Company KG
Production Countries: Germany, United States of America





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Jim Carrey
as Grinch
Taylor Momsen
as Cindy Lou Who
Jeffrey Tambor
as Mayor Augustus Maywho
Christine Baranski
as Martha May Whovier
Bill Irwin
as Lou Lou Who
Molly Shannon
as Betty Lou Who
Clint Howard
as Whobris
Josh Ryan Evans
as 8-Year-Old Grinch
Mindy Sterling
as Clarnella
Rachel Winfree
as Rose
Rance Howard
as Elderly Timekeeper
Jeremy Howard
as Drew Lou Who
T. J. Thyne
as Stu Lou Who
Lacey Kohl
as Christina Whoterberry
Nadja Pionilla
as Junie
Jim Meskimen
as Officer Wholihan
Michael Dahlen
as Customer
David Costabile
as Biker Who
Mary Stein
as Miss Rue Who
James Ritz
as Crazy Mose
Deep Roy
as Post Office Clerk
Jessica Sara
as Sophie
Mason Lucero
as Who Boy
Ben Bookbinder
as 8-Year-Old Augustus Maywho
Michaela Gallo
as Who Schoolgirl
Landry Allbright
as 8-Year-Old Martha May Whovier
Reid Kirchenbauer
as 8-Year-Old Whobris
Rebecca Chace
as Shopper
Suzanne Krull
as Shopper
Steve Kehela
as Shopper
Lillias White
as Shopper
Rain Pryor
as Shopper
John Alexander
as Shopper
Kevin Isola
as Tree Trimmer
Gavin Grazer
as Yodeler
Walter Franks
as Clerk
Verne Troyer
as Band Member
Clayton Martinez
as Cook
Q'orianka Kilcher
as Little Choir Member
Caroline Williams
as Tiny Who Woman
John Short
as Tiny Who Man
Grainger Esch
as Near Miss Who
Eva Burkley
as Pudding Chef
Rick Baker
as Puppeteer
Bill Sturgeon
as Puppeteer
Mark Setrakian
as Puppeteer
Jurgen Heimann
as Puppeteer
Tim Blaney
as Puppeteer
Bryce Dallas Howard
as Surprised Who
Charles Croughwell
as Balloon Who
Frank Welker
as Max the Dog (voice)
Anthony Hopkins
as Narrator (voice)
Ron Howard
as Whoville Townsperson (uncredited)
Production
Brian Grazer Producer

Sound
James Horner Original Music Composer

Directing
Ron Howard Director

Production
Ron Howard Producer
Todd Hallowell Executive Producer

Editing
Daniel P. Hanley Editor
Mike Hill Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Rita Ryack Costume Design

Camera
Donald Peterman Director of Photography

Art
Michael Corenblith Production Design
Merideth Boswell Set Decoration

Writing
Jeffrey Price Screenplay
Peter S. Seaman Screenplay

Costume & Make-Up
Bill Corso Makeup Artist
Rick Baker Makeup Effects Designer

Art
Barry E. Jackson Conceptual Design

Writing
Dr. Seuss Novel

Costume & Make-Up
Ve Neill Makeup Artist

Writing
Bob Camp Storyboard

Directing
Leslie Park Script Supervisor

Costume & Make-Up
Gail Rowell-Ryan Key Hair Stylist

Crew
Allen Hall Special Effects Coordinator

Visual Effects
Kevin Scott Mack Visual Effects Supervisor

Costume & Make-Up
Nina Paskowitz Hairstylist

Crew
Rachel Wyn Dunn Compositors

Costume & Make-Up
Michael Key Makeup Artist





















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