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Addams Family Reunion is a 1998 direct-to-video film starring The Addams Family.

Summary[]

Gomez Addams procures a copy of The Complete and Unabridged Book of Addams, which lists every known Addams ever, and pays the publisher to organize a family reunion, but they lump them in with the Adams family by mistake. Meanwhile, his grandparents, Mortimer and Delilah, come to visit. They have contracted Waltzheimer's disease, which causes them to become normal as they age. He takes them to the reunion in hopes of finding a long-lost relative who is a doctor who can cure them.

When they arrive at the Primrose Resort, Pugsley is immediately smitten with Gina Adams. Gomez does find a doctor, but Phillip Adams is a psychologist, and he worries that Gomez is there to steal the Adams family fortune.

Cast and Characters[]

Other Characters[]

Shown[]

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Mentioned[]

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Crew[]

Animal Trainer[]

  • Russell Lukich - Alligator Wrangler

Art Department[]

  • Matthew Clancy - Carpenter
  • Greg Boes - Carpenter (uncredited)
  • Joel Ross - Construction Coordinator
  • Mike Vanderhorst - Construction Coordinator
  • Andrew Leary (credited as Andrew Mark Leary)| Property Assistant
  • Marisa Vargo - Property Assistant
  • Jennifer Kelly - Property Master
  • D.H. Covey - Props
  • Nelson Hull - Set Dresser
  • Paul Mosca - Set Painter
  • Tony Swatton - Sets

Art Direction by[]

  • Oana Bogdan Miller (credited as Oana Bogdan)

Assistants[]

  • Alex Doherty - Assistant to Mr. Robbins
  • Erin K. O'Brien - Assistant to Mr. Elliott
  • Tany Valentine - Assistant to Executive Producer

Camera and Electrical Department[]

  • Greg Dorman - Camera Intern
  • Brad Wallace - Camera Loader
  • Brad Rushing - Director of Photography: Second Unit
  • Christopher Lucchese (credited as Chris Lucchese) - Dolly Grip
  • Gary Morris - Electrician
  • Todd Barron - First Assistant Camera
  • Chrystina Myers (credited as Chrystina Worth) - First Assistant Camera: Second Unit
  • Robert Stillman - Grip
  • Douglas M. Pavone (credited as Doug Pavone) - Key Grip
  • Scott Snopel - Lighting Technician
  • Andy C. Huber - Rigging Gaffer
  • Kim Swank - Second Assistant Camera
  • Charles Hart - Set Grip
  • Ken Sax - Special Photographer
  • Rick Davidson - Steadicam Operator
  • Randy Shropshire - Still Photographer

Casting by[]

  • Julie Ashton (credited as Julie Ashton-Barson)

Casting Department[]

  • Romy Stutman - Casting Assistant

Choreographer[]

  • Allen Walls

Cinematography by[]

  • Christian Sebaldt

Costume and Wardrobe Department[]

  • Hana Rausalova - Costumer
  • Brenda M. Ware (credited as Brenda Ware) - Wardrobe Assistant

Costume Design by[]

  • Tami Mor
  • Rina Ramon

Craft Service[]

  • Tami Hodges Gruneich (credited as Tami Hodges-Malaniak) - Craft Service (uncredited)

Directed by[]

  • Dave Payne

Editorial Department[]

  • Jennifer Viola - Assistant Editor
  • Chad Lurie - Post-Production Assistant

Location Management[]

  • Robert Lepucki (credited as Bob Lepucki)

Makeup Department[]

  • Andrew Baier - Assistant Makeup Artist
  • Chelsea Maxwell - Assistant Makeup Artist
  • Susan Ham (credited as Susan Hamm) - Assistant Makeup Artist
  • Brad Hardin - Creature Effects Artist
  • Yolanda Halston - Key Makeup Artist
  • Dean Hampton - Makeup Artist
  • Julie Zvorsky - Makeup Artist
  • Gary Pawlowsky - Special Makeup Effects Artist

Music by[]

  • Amotz Plessner

Music Department[]

  • Al Jay - Assistant Music Engineer
  • Jim Dijulia - Assistant Music Engineer
  • John Sperger - Assistant Music Engineer
  • Tim Gosselin - Assistant Music Engineer
  • Deddy Tzur - Composer: Additional Music
  • Roger Neill - Composer: Additional Music
  • Leonid Portnoy - Copyist
  • Dusty Rabbin - Music Assistant
  • Monica Zent - Music Business Affairs
  • Teri Nelson Carpenter (credited as Teri Nelson) - Music Business Affairs
  • Drew DeAscentis - Music Editor
  • Frank Bailey-Meier - Music Editor
  • Israel David - Music Engineer / Score Recordist
  • Dori Amarilio - Music Engineer
  • Eifram Shamei - Music Engineer
  • Jeremy Sweet - Music Engineer
  • Edgardo Simone - Orchestrator

Produced by[]

  • Nathan Rotmensz - Associate Producer
  • Amy Goldberg - Co-Producer
  • Rob Kerchner - Co-Producer
  • Eric S. Rollman - Executive Producer
  • Haim Saban - Executive Producer
  • Lance H. Robbins - Executive Producer
  • Joseph P. Genier - Line Producer
  • Mike Upton - Line Producer
  • Mike Elliott - Producer

Production Assistants[]

  • Christopher M. Morlock
  • Jeff Jenofsky
  • Jennifer Pensler
  • Mark Lovedale

Production Auditor[]

  • Stephan Rothman

Production Coordinators[]

  • Kimberly Rach - Assistant Production Coordinator
  • Casey Dean Eberhart - Production Coordinator
  • Heather Ogden - Production Coordinator
  • Karen Gorodetzky - Production Coordinator

Production Design by[]

  • Anton Tremblay (credited as Anthony Tremblay)

Production Management[]

  • John Foster - Production Manager
  • Jimmy Holcomb - Production Manager
  • Rodd Feingold - Vice President: Physical Production

Script and Continuity Department[]

  • Peter J. Clark - Script Supervisor
  • Lynn Sisco - Script Supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director[]

  • Alfie Kiernan - First Assistant Director: Second Unit
  • Craig Borden - First Assistant Director: Second Unit / Second Assistant Director
  • Tim Andrew - First Assistant Director
  • Bruce McCarthy - Second Unit and Green Screen Unit
  • Eva Franzen - Second Assistant Director
  • Matthew Blitz - Second Assistant Director

Set Decoration by[]

  • Cynthia Downs

Sound Department[]

  • Kevin Newson - ADR Recordist
  • Marcus Ricaud - Boom Operator
  • David W. Barr - Dialog Recordist
  • Mark Ettel - Re-Recording Mixer
  • Alan B. Samuels (credited as Al Samuels) - Sound Mixer
  • Keith Dickens - Sound Effects Editor
  • Kevin Sands - Sound Mixer
  • Robert R. Rutledge - Sound Supervisor

Special Effects by[]

  • Mark Santora - Model Maker
  • Errol Sack - Special Effects Coordinator
  • Russell Lukich - Special Effects Makeup: Creature Performer

Stunts[]

  • Patrick J. Statham (credited as Pat Statham) - Stunt Coordinator
  • Anita Hart (credited as Anita M. Hartshorn) - Stunts
  • Bob Bragg - Stunts
  • Christy Cotton - Stunts
  • Cole S. McKay (credited as Cole McKay) - Stunts
  • Danny Weselis - Stunts
  • Diane K. Grant-Schott - Stunts
  • Ellen G. Statham (credited as Ellen Statham) - Stunts
  • Erik Stabenau - Stunts
  • Eurlyne Epper - Stunts
  • Hubie Kerns Jr. - Stunts
  • Jack West - Stunts
  • Joseph L. Gardner - Stunts
  • Justin Lundin (credited as Justin M. Lundin) - Stunts
  • Mark Ginther - Stunts
  • Mary Peters - Stunts
  • Patricia M. Peters (credited as Tricia Peters) - Stunts
  • Paul E. Short - Stunts
  • Robin lynn Bonaccorsi - Stunts
  • Russell Solberg - Stunts
  • Sandra Lee Gimpel (credited as Sandy Gimpel) - Stunts
  • Seth Arnett (credited as Seth J. Arnett) - Stunts
  • Ted Barba (credited as Ted Barba Jr.) - Stunts
  • Thomas Dewier (credited as Thomas A. Dewier) - Stunts
  • Tom Poster - Stunts

Transportation Department[]

  • Miroslaw Syta - Driver
  • Michael Burnette - Transportation Coordinator

Visual Effects by[]

  • Brian Thomas - 3D Visual Effects Animator
  • Arabian Nazel - Lead Compositor
  • Kevin Carney - Visual Effects Artist
  • William Ward - Visual Effects Artist
  • Stacey Eilertsen - Visual Effects Coordinator
  • Dan Walker - Visual Effects Roto Artist
  • Kent Butterworth - Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Susan Ishida - Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Joe Clasen - Visual Effects Supervisor: Animation and Compositing

Writing Credits[]

  • Charles Addams - Based on the Characters Created by
  • Scott Sandin - Written by
  • Rob Kerchner - Written by

Quotes[]

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Trivia[]

  • In one scene, there is a couple whose car broke down, and they need a phone. This is a reference to Rocky Horror Picture Show, another movie Tim Curry starred in.
  • The cartoon shown on the television is Saban's Monster Farm, a short-lived animated series that aired on Fox Family.
  • Despite the film receiving mixed reviews, it did lead to the release of The New Addams Family TV series.
  • The film was only released on VHS and Laserdisc and has never made its way to DVD or streaming.

Theme Song[]

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