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Chip in Space: The Movie is a 2006 American traditionally animated science fiction comedy-drama stick figure fim based on the Cartoon Network animated stick figure television series Chip in Space. Produced by DJW Studios and Cartoon Network Studios for Warner Bros. Pictures and Cartoon Network, the film debuted in the United States on December 25, 2006. The film, along with Midgets, marks the first time that DJW Studios has released two feature films in the same year.
The film was released to DVD on May 5, 2007.
Two young boys named Milo and Melvin Chip ditch their parents to search for a planet that was found missing from the solar system. Using a wormhole, they are transported to a secret laboratory on the planet Hallow, where they inadvertently signal an army of extraterrestrial life forms known as the Kluuhvz (kl-oo-vz). Upon their arrest for trespassing the laboratory, the boys are immediately escorted to prison after trying to tell the authorites that they saw alien spaceships coming towards the planet.
Meanwhile, inside one of the satellites orbiting Hallow, a machine that controls existence's fabric explodes and causes everything to fall out of balance. Now Milo and Melvin have to restore their universe to its original form while protecting it from the invasion of the Kluuhvz.
- Jim Belushi as Milo
- Dee Bradley Baker as Melvin
- Jennifer Hale as Carly
- Curtis Armstrong as Walter
More coming soon!
Chip in Space: The Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released by New Line Records on December 19, 2006, and is the soundtrack to the 2006 DJW film of the same name. It was the first soundtrack from DJW Studios not to be released by Rubix Records.
The film's score was composed by James L. Venable.
- Chip in Space Theme (Microhertz Electronaut Mix) - Binärpilot
- Floating House
- Missing Planet
- Vortex Travel
- Danger: Keep Out!
- Here Come the Spaceships
- Experiment Goes Haywire
- 7:34 AM
- Bigger Problems
- To Another Planet
- They're Gonna Make Dinner Out of Us
- Making a Team
- Forget It
- Off Switch
- Time Warp
- Looks Okay to Me
- This is the first film by DJW Studios not to be co-produced by Rubix Entertainment.