2 videodiscs (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert (1 folded sheet ( pages) : ill. ; 19 cm.)
0788833685, 9780788833687, 0788836307, 9780788836305
Originally produced as an American motion picture in 2001.
Music, Randy Newman ; story supervisor, Bob Peterson ; editor, Jim Stewart ; supervising technical director, Thomas Porter ; production designers, Harley Jessup, Bob Pauley ; art directors, Tia W. Kratter, Dominique Louis ; supervising animators, Glenn McQueen, Rich Quade ; lighting supervisor, Jean-Claude J. Kalache ; layout supervisor, Ewan Johnson ; shading supervisor, Rick Sayre ; modeling supervisor, Eben Ostby ; set dressing supervisor, Sophie Vincelette ; simulation & effects supervisors, Galyn Susman, Michael Fong.
John Goodman (Sullivan), Billy Crystal (Mike), Mary Gibbs (Boo), Steve Buscemi (Randall), James Coburn (Waternoose), Jennifer Tilly (Celia), Bob Peterson (Roz), John Ratzenberger (Yeti), Frank Oz (Fungus), Daniel Gerson (Needleman & Smitty), Steve Susskind (Floor manager), Bonnie Hunt (Flint), Jeff Pidgeon (Bile), Sam Black (George).
In the world behind our closet doors, James P. "Sulley" Sullivan and Mike Wazowski work hard. To be exact, monsters like Mike and Sulley pick up their paychecks at Monsters Inc., the utility company that generates energy for the monster world from our children's screams. These days, it's getting harder and harder to shock kids properly--they've been spoiled by television--so much so that now there's an energy shortage! One day Sulley, the number one frightener, accidentally lets a human child in, and as every monster knows that kids are poisonous, pandemonium ensues. Mike and Sulley decide to take the little girl back through her door into her room. But her presence is more than just a mere accident, and now, Mike and Sulley have to face an enemy within their own ranks. Can they foil a devious plot to rid Monstropolis of its power problems?
MPAA rating: Rated G; Canadian Home Video Rating: Rated G.
DVD; Region 1, NTSC; 5.1 Dolby digital surround, 2.0 Dolby stereo, THX-certified; widescreen presentation in 2.35:1 aspect ratio enhanced for 16x9 televisions, or full screen presentation in 1.33:1 aspect ratio reframed for standard televisions.
In English with optional subtitles in English; closed-captioned.