Rugrats In Paris -- The Movie

Movie Posters

Since Early 2000, when this film was released in the US & Canada, many movie theaters started to display posters advertising the movie. Here are some examples.

US / Canadian Posters

At top left is the first movie poster for the film, which was displayed in Spring & Summer 2000. This poster is, more or less, a teaser poster with only the current Rugrats, larger than life on top of the Eiffel Tower. To see a larger picture, click here.

At right is the current poster, released around September 2000 and featuring Fifi, Kimi and the other Rugrats, all larger-than-life, on top of the Arc de Triomphe. In the center of the Arc is Coco LaBouche, the Rugrats' enemy. The big red dot on the right side has information on the soundtrack. To see a larger picture, click here.

At bottom left is another poster, similar to design as the poster on the right, but stressing the fact that group sales for the film are available.

(Both from eBay; larger image of right poster is actually an ad from the November 2000 issue of Animation Magazine; ©2000 Viacom.)

Video Display

In the US & Canada, most retaillers that sold the Rugrats In Paris video placed them in special display stands, provided to them by Paramount. The display is similar to the Eiffel Tower poster above, though the side panels look like the image at left.

(Left: Side panel of the Rugrats In Paris video display, from eBay; ©2000 Viacom.)

British Posters

Posters for the film started going up in Britain in mid-December 2000, about 4 months before its British release.One example is this small poster, about 12in.X 16in. in dimension. Apart from the layout design for the "double-wide" effect, the poster's practically the same as in the US, except for the inclusion of the UIP logo. For a larger picture, click here. Newer versions have a small "U" next to the logo, symbolising that the film was certified, or rated, "U" (all ages) by the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification).

(From eBay ;  ©2000 Viacom.)

French Posters In France

Around Christmas 2000, posters for the film were going up at theaters in France. The earliest posters look similar to the one at left, as simulated by Super Yo, including the English language tagline. At right is an actual poster, as published in Télé-Poche magazine. The French tagline, "Ils débarquent et ils vont tout casser!", means in English, "They have landed and they are fantastic!" (Apparently, "France Never Had A Chance" doesn't make sense in France.)

(Both posters courtesy of Super Yo;  ©2000 Viacom.)

German Poster

The German version of the poster, found at theaters in Germany, Austria & Switzerland, have the tag line, "Da wackelt der Eiffelturm!", meaning "They're shaking the Eiffel Tower!". However, as you can see here, the babies are on the Arc de Triomphe.

(From UIP Germany;  ©2000 Viacom.)

Spanish Poster

The Spanish version of this poster says, "¡Francia nunca imaginó lo que sucedería!", meaning "France never imagined to succeed", or, roughly, "France never had a chance".

(From Cinema Hoy;  ©2000 Viacom.)

Japanese Poster

This poster is for the Japanese release for the film on 4/20/2002. For more on the Japanese version, click here.

(From eBay ;  ©2000 Viacom.)

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