Jumanji
Release: December 15, 1995
Release: December 15, 1995

In the 1960's a young boy named Alan Parish finds an old board game called Jumanji. He plays it with a girl he likes, then vanishes into the game for twenty-six years. In that time, two kids named Judy and Peter move into his house with their neurotic aunt and find Jumanji. They play it and release Alan, now a thirty-something year old man (Robin Williams). The catch to Jumanji is that the things that come out of the game -monsoons, stampedes, bloodthirsty hunters and more- can go away only if the game is finished. Alan reunites with the girl he started to play the game with and they must work together to finish the game and rid their world of the danger it's fallen into. Also starring Kirsten Dunst, David Alan Grier, Adam Hann-Byrd, Bonnie Hunt, Jonathan Hyde, and Bebe Neuwirth. Joe Johnston directs from the adaptation by Greg Taylor & Jim Strain; Co-Screenplay by Jonathan Hensleigh; Co-Screenstory by author/illustrator Chris Van Allsburg. Scott Kroopf (PolyGram's Interscope Communications) and William Teitler (Teitler Film) produced for TriStar Pictures; Ted Field, Robert W. Cort and Larry J. Franco were executive producers. In Memoriam of co-VFX supervisor Stephen L. Price.

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Quotes
Man in Parrish Shoe Factory Office: "When his kid ran away, Sam put everything he had into finding him; his time, his money, everything. After a while, he stopped coming to work. He just quit caring."
Carl: "I should've been a fireman!"
Carl: "Fine! Take it!"
Alan Parrish: "Do you know what happened to this shoe factory?"
Bum: "Yeah, it folded up, like everything else in this town. It's pretty cold out there. How about some coffee?"
Alan Parrish: "Why would they close Parrish Shoes?"
Bum: "Well, when his kid ran away, Sam put everything he had to find him - his time, his money, everything. After a while, he stopped coming to work. He just quit caring. I don't think anybody loved his boy more than Sam did."
Van Pelt: "Not good enough Sonny Jim! I'm coming, ready or not..."
Alan Parrish: "Sarah and I would like to get out of the floor, so it's your turn, Peter."
Young Sarah: "What do you mean "the game thinks"?"
Alan Parrish: "Don't worry. I've done this before. Once."
Alan Parrish: "Listen, Carl. I know it doesn't mean much after twenty-six years. But I'm sorry. I'm sorry."
Carl: "Sorry for what?"
Alan Parrish: "It's me, Alan."
Alan Parrish: "Listen, Carl. I know it doesn't mean much after twenty-six years. But I'm sorry. I'm sorry."
Carl: "Sorry for what?"
Alan Parrish: "It's me, Alan."
Alan Parrish: "It's me! It's me, Alan, Mom and Dad! I'm home! I'm back!"
Exterminator: "Well, personally, I wouldn't want to live in a house where someone was murdered."
Judy Shepherd: "Murdered?"
Exterminator: "Yep, little Alan Parrish. I'd say his father did it. There's 1,001 places he could've hid the body in this house - especially if he chopped it up first."
Alan Parrish: "A hunter from the darkest wild, makes you feel just like a child."
Sarah Whittle: "What is it?"
Alan Parrish: "Van Pelt."
Peter Shepherd: "His fangs are sharp. He likes your taste. Your party better move poste haste."
Judy Shepherd: "I don't like the sound of that."
Sarah Whittle: "Every month at the quarter moon, there'll be a monsoon, in your lagoon."
Van Pelt: "You miserable coward! Come back and face me like a man!"
Judy Shepherd: "A tiny bite can make you itch, make you sneeze, make you twitch"
Alan Parrish: "Okay, it's my turn. I got it! "Colonel Mustard in the Library with a wrench."
Sarah Whittle: "Oh, my god! How could you do that?"
Alan Parrish: "It's the law of the jungle, Sarah. You'll get used to it."
Sarah Whittle: "Well, a little rain never hurt anybody!"
Alan Parrish: "Yeah, but a lot can kill you! Come on!"
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