Rugrats In Paris -- The Movie


As with the previous film, participating theaters in the US & Canada will receive a set of 6 banners to display in their lobbies. Each banner, measuring 4ft.X 6ft. in dimension, features paintings of famous European artists, all featuring the Rugrats (except Kimmi, Kira or Lulu, unfortunately).

These banners were produced by Pyro Studios, the same company that made the banners for The Rugrats Movie.

(All Rugrats In Paris banners from Pyro; © 2000 Viacom. Background painting information from Klasky-Csupo's Rugrats In Paris site.)

Tommy --
"Van Goo"

(with both ears)
Based on Vincent Van Gogh's "The Starry
Night" (1889)

Chuckie --
"Le hair Extraordinaire"

Based on Amedeo Modigliani's portrait of
Leopold Zborowski (1916-17)

Phil & Lil --
"Cool La La"

Based on "Sunday Afternoon On The Island of
La Grande Jatte" by Georges Seurat (1886)

Angelica & Cynthia--
"Degas Diva"

Based on Edgar Degas' "The Dance Class"

Dil --

Based on "Arlequin Accoude'" by Pablo
Picasso (early 1900s)

Spike --

Based on Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa"
It should be known that there are 2 versions of the Spike banner, newer ones have a "Bone-A-Lisa"
caption, while the earlier version (right) has "Bona Leash-a" instead. For a larger image of the first
version, click here.

(Right: From eBay; © 2000 Viacom.)

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