Site Map | Site Info

Steven Culp in "James and the Giant Peach"

as James' Father

Release Date: April 12, 1996


James and the Giant Peach is a 1996 a combination of live action and stop-motion animation. It was based on the classic children's novel by Roald Dahl (who also wrote 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'). It tells the story of James Henry Trotter (Paul Terry) a young orphan forced to live with his cruel aunts (Joanna Lumley and Miriam Margolyes) after his parents (Steven Culp and Susan Turner-Cray) are killed by a by a ghostly rhinoceros from the sky.

James dreams of escaping to New York City, a beautiful place that his parents told him about. One day a mysterious stranger gives James, a bag full of magic, which causes a peach grow to a giant size. The Aunts think the peach will make rich and get people to pay them to see it, but James sneaks inside the peach and find a group of insects who have become human-like from the magic and together James and his new friends escape from James' Aunts and travel inside the peach to find a better life.

Starring: Steven Culp, Paul Terry, Susan Turner-Cray, Joanna Lumley, Miriam Margolyes

Directed by: Henry Selick

Produced by: Tim Burton, Denise Di Novi

Genres: Animation / Adventure / Family / Fantasy / Musical

Click here to see more captures.

DISCLAIMER: This site is a Steven Culp fan site and is not affiliated with Steven Culp, his family or any of his representatives.
Unless otherwise noted, all captures were made by me from videos from various sources. All shows and photos belong to their respective owners.
© 2004-2022 and