The Pirate Kid is the 7th Installment in the Disney Kids Franchise as well as the Caroline Movies. It was released in April 1 2006

Plot[edit | edit source]

From the world of “ZOOM” comes “The Pirate Kid,” a swashbuckling new adventure about Zarina (voice of Christina Hendricks), a smart and ambitious dust-keeper kid who’s captivated by Blue Pixie Dust and its endless possibilities. When Zarina’s wild ideas get her into trouble, she flees Pixie Hollow and joins forces with the scheming pirates of Skull Rock, who make her captain of their ship. Caroline (voice of Caroline Botelho) and her friends must embark on an epic adventure to find Zarina, and together they go sword-to-sword with the band of pirates led by a cabin boy named James (voice of Tom Hiddleston), who’ll soon be known as Ray Macmore himself. With laughter, heart, magic and thrills, “The Pirate Kid” sets sail April 1, 2006.

Staff[edit | edit source]

Executive Producer
Kate Taylor

Series Producer
Kathleen Shugrue

Director
Bob Comiskey

Supervising Producer
Paul Serafini 

Content Producer
Marcy Gunther

Science Producer
Marisa Wolsky

Senior Editor
Arnie Harchik

Project Director
Lisa A. Jones

Business Manager
Maureen Henehan

Production Coordinator
Arelitsa Kazakos

Associate Producers
Eric Handler
Jessica Rueter Andrews

Assistant Director
Christopher Hastings

Production Manager
Peter Villa

Art Direction
Elles Gianocostas

Designer
Peter Lyons

Original Music
Manic Moose

Additional Music
Steve D'Angelo
Terry Tompkins
Dave Trusz
for Eggplant 
Productions Inc. 

Animation
Bruce Walker
FableVision Studios

Lighting Director
Chuck Eldridge 

Technical Director
Dean Raymond 

Floor Director
Beth Cosentino

Camera Operators
Jeff Gentile
Mark C. Helton
Stephen McCarthy
Michael Tivey

Audio
Christopher Allan

Assistant Lighting Director
Wayne Simpson

Audio 2
Jeffrey Briggette

Video
David Elinoff

VTR
Tom Pugh

Grip
Brendan Keefe

Scenics
Coburn Bennett
Benjamin W. Mayerson

Production Design
Production 
Design Group
John Murphy, Jr.

Costume Designer
Parrish Kennington

Choreographer
Wyatt "Mo'gee" Jackson

Props
Lisa Shaftel

Prop Assistants
Jennifer Marbury
Lisa Nagid

Segment Editors
Shady Hartshorne
Maureen Keleher

Assistant Editor
Ryan Hodson

Post Audio Mix
Dan Lesiw

Science & Math Content Manager
Yasameen Sharif

Drama Coach
Maggie Steig

Script Coordinator
Jenna Goodearl

Script Production Assistants
Betsy Gartrell
Devon Tutak

Production Assistants
Stacey Babb
Karen Nelson

Make-Up
Jeri La Shay
Joe Rossi

Hair
Jill Robitaille

Researcher
Amy Podolsky

Food Consultant
Brett Frechette

Nurse
Toni Jackson

Cast Coordinator
Eric Williams

Mail Screener
Katie Murphy

Casting
Nancy Doyle

Science Content Director
Robert V. Lange, Ph. D.

Math Content Director
Andee Rubin, M.S.

Outreach
Susan Buckey
Amy Hubbard
Jenny Lisle
Ellen Robinson
Thea Sahr

Promotion
Susan Barrett
Amy Kunen Zall
Tracy Patterson
Tsering Yangzom

Station Relations
Julie Baker

Legal
Barbara Cecchini
Elaine Coolbrith
Jay Fialkov
Janice Flood
Nike Okediji

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Christina Hendricks as Zarina
  • Ishiro Honda as James
  • Julie Baker as Crocky

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Pixie Hollow Kids [edit | edit source]

  • Tomoyuki Tanaka as Fawn
  • Hiroshi Miyagawa as Rosetta
  • Caroline Botelho as Herself
  • Hajime Koizumi as Silvermist
  • Ryohei Fujii as Iridessa
  • Eiji Tsuburaya as Vidia

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

Main Article: The Pirate Kid (Soundtrack)[edit | edit source]

Alenarte Titles[edit | edit source]

Theatrical Releases[edit | edit source]

  • USA- 2006

U.S Release[edit | edit source]

Rotten Tomatoes Rating[edit | edit source]

When The Pirate Kid was released in 2006, the Rotten Tomatoes Rating was 89% Positive, like all Movies in the Caroline Series

Reception[edit | edit source]

The Pirate Kid is most known for introducing James to be Ray from Season 2 of ZOOM

Video Releases[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Refrences[edit | edit source]

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