The Haunted Mansion

The Haunted Mansion

Director: Rob Minkoff Cast: Eddie Murphy, Terence Stamp, Wallace Shawn

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Inspired by the popular Disneyland ride, The Haunted Mansion stars Eddie Murphy as the head of a family that finds itself vying against a group of 999 ghosts in the titular abode. Also starring Jennifer Tilly and Terence Stamp, the film comes to DVD in widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. A dubbed French audio track in Dolby Digital Stereo and Spanish are also included. Along with the feature presentation, the disc is packed with supplemental extras. Among the bells and whistles are a blooper reel, a collection of deleted scenes, a virtual tour of the mansion, and two behind-the-scenes featurettes. For viewers with DVD-ROM capabilities, there is additional bonus material, including a history of the theme-park-attraction behind the movie, a ghost maker, photo galleries, and desktop themes. A full-screen version with the same features is also available.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/20/2004
UPC: 0786936226614
Original Release: 2003
Rating: PG
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital]
Time: 1:28:00
Sales rank: 2,931

Special Features

Closed Caption; Bloopers; Deleted scene; Raven "Superstition" music video; Haunted Mansion virtual tour; "Making the Mansion" behind-the-scenes featurette; Anatomy of a Scene: Ghosts in the Graveyard; Audio commentary with Don Hahn (producer), Jay Redd (visual effects supervisor) and David Berenbaum (writer); Hours of DVD-ROM content: Morphing Ghost Host Maker, The History of the Haunted Mansion Attraction, photo galleries, desktop themes/wallpaper/screensavers, enhanced Virtual Mansion Tour; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; THX-certified/Optimizer; Widescreen (2.35:1) enhanced for 16x9 televisions; French language track; Spanish language track; Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eddie Murphy Jim Evers
Terence Stamp Evers
Wallace Shawn Ezra
Marsha Thomason Sara Evers
Jennifer Tilly Madame Leota
Nathaniel Parker Master Gracey
Dina Waters Emma
Marc John Jefferies Michael Evers
Aree Davis Megan
Don Knotts Actor
Martin Klebba Happy Ghost

Technical Credits
Rob Minkoff Director,Executive Producer
Remi Adefarasin Cinematographer
Elizabeth Aldrich Choreography
Richard Baker Makeup Special Effects
David Berenbaum Screenwriter
Barry Bernardi Executive Producer
Stephen Cooper Set Decoration/Design
Chad S. Frey Set Decoration/Design
Beat Frutiger Art Director
Gail Goldberg Casting
Richard Graves Asst. Director
Andrew Gunn Producer
Don Hahn Producer
Lois G. Hoyos Set Decoration/Design
Hugo Santiago Set Decoration/Design
Sony Pictures Imageworks Animator
L. King-Devoreaux Stunts
Aric Lasher Set Decoration/Design
Mark Mancina Score Composer
Jeff Markwith Set Decoration/Design
Mona May Costumes/Costume Designer
Donna Morong Casting
John Myhre Production Designer
Priscilla Nedd-Friendly Editor
Greg Papalia Set Decoration/Design
Richard Romig Set Decoration/Design
Marcia Ross Casting
Lori Rowbotham Set Decoration/Design
Robert L. Sephton Sound/Sound Designer
Bruce K. West Set Decoration/Design
David Wyman Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Titles [3:18]
2. Evers and Evers [2:13]
3. Just One More Deal [1:36]
4. Jim Plans a Trip [3:06]
5. House Call [1:43]
6. Arriving at the Mansion [4:21]
7. Ramsley [5:47]
8. Spending the Night [2:23]
9. Jim Visits the Library [4:25]
10. The Kids Go Exploring [1:53]
11. Sara Looks for Jim [2:00]
12. Sara Learns About the Mansion [4:24]
13. Emma and Ezra [2:03]
14. Madame Leota [6:44]
15. The Graveyard [3:10]
16. The Mausoleum [6:03]
17. "First You Must Find the Trunk" [5:09]
18. An Unacceptable Union [3:30]
19. The Ballroom Dance [1:28]
20. The One True Elizabeth [1:46]
21. The Ceremony Begins [1:49]
22. Leota Helps Jim [1:53]
23. The Ceremony Is Interrupted [5:36]
24. End Credits [4:34]

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The Haunted Mansion 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is the best ever. If you have children who are scared of the ride. They'll laugh til their voices go sore. Or just pee in thier pants
Guest More than 1 year ago
I truly enjoyed watching THE HAUNTED MANSION. It had its good, and bad moments. It's bad moments were that of Eddie Murphy. He acted like a chicken with its head cut off. Running a muck here, and there. Eddie came off looking like a silly, frightened school girl. No one in the theatre seemed to grasp any of the lame jokes which we spouted from Murphy's lips. On the other hand, the movie was saved by grace, or rather Gracey, AKA Nathaniel Parker. Actor Nathaniel Parker was most excellent in his portraly of a man who just couldn't come to terms with losing his love. Not even in death. Parker was poetry in motion. He made you feel his pain, sorrow, and joy as he felt it, throughout the movie. One could not help rejoicing at the end, when Edward Gracey, Parker, finally got to be with the wmoan his heart had been bleeding for for the past 150 yrs. Parker expressed words without even having to move his lips. The look in his eyes said it all. Stamp, though nice, and creepy, over did the voice a little, but other wise he preformed magnifcently too. The woman who played Mrs. Sarah Evers, was perfect in her part. She shined with glory, and gracy. The children, were as so many children are today, rude, and smart mouthed. And played their roles perfectly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Want a good spook, a little action and comedy, and some mischievous haunting ghosts? Then The Haunted Mansion would do you good. But it’s not something to get excited about. I was so anxious to see the movie with my best friend, my brother, and his friend, but when I saw it I was quite disappointed. There is a plot to the movie but there is never one scene that stays focused very long. The movie keeps your attention but you never really get clued into what’s happening. The best part of The Haunted Mansion is that the story takes place at a haunted house called, Gracey Mansion. Some neat computer effects were also inspired from the famous Walt Disney ride, The Haunted Mansion. For the highlights, take yourself to see the singing graveyard busts and the annoying, yet funny, talking gypsy ball. Overall, The Haunted Mansion ride at Walt Disney World is more enjoyable and worth your money. Boo!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I went to see this movie it theatres, I totally loved it. I love watching it and Eddie Murphy is so good in it. You should see it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
My two favorite attractions at Disneyland are Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion, so I was thrilled when I heard that Disney was making films based on these rides. Of course, we all know about the tremendous success of 'Pirates of the Caribbean,' and I absolutely loved that movie as well, so I went to see 'The Haunted Mansion' knowing it would probably not be nearly as successful. Let's face it: lightning rarely strikes twice, which is something Disney probably never considered when making this film. Sure enough, it wasn't nearly as successful, and it wasn't as good as 'Pirates of the Caribbean.' But that doesn't mean it was a bad movie. For fans of the attraction, this movie does not disappoint! I liked it a lot, it wasn't the greatest film ever, but I never expected it to be. It's just a good, fun movie with just the right amount of chills and humor...just like the ride! I think the reason it didn't do so well is because people were expecting 'Pirates Part II.' It had the unenviable job of being the following act to one of 2003's biggest films, but aside from that, the movie itself is good fun...nothing more, nothing less! Just sit back and enjoy some good thrills and chills with '999 Happy Haunts!'
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie was excellent. I found the romantic aspect of the movie more to my liking. Bravo to Nathaniel Parker for his exceptionally talented skills as an actor. He brought an air of exquisite suffocation, and charm to the movie. His smooth voice, and handsome features captivated my heart. He was perfect for the part of Master Edward Gracey.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was okay, but it could have been better had they not played toward the comedy part. The writers should have used more romance, and horror. That's more of what the people of the times are looking for.