Lilo and Stitch (2002)

to watch the 42nd movie in Disney Animated Classics series about Lilo, a young Hawaiian girl and his funny alien pet, Stitch


The film was written and directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders and produced by Clark Spencer.
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Lilo, a young Hawaiian girl
Lilo, a young Hawaiian girl

Stitch, a fictional funny alien
Stitch, a fictional funny alien

Nani Pelekai
Nani Pelekai

Dr. Jumba Jookiba
Dr. Jumba Jookiba


Soundtracks: Can't Help Falling In Love, He Mele No Lilo, Heartbreak Hotel, Stuck on You, Suspicious Minds, Devil in Disguise, Blue Hawaii, Hound Dog, Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride, Burning Love


Lilo: You came back.
Stitch: Nobody gets left behind.

Lilo: We're leaving Stitch?
Pleakley: Trust me, this is not going to end well!

Nani: Okay, talk. I know you had something to do with this. Now, where's Lilo? Talk! I know you can.
Stitch: Ok, ok.

Lilo: I got a new dog. His name is Stitch.
Myrtle Edmonds: That is the ugliest thing I have ever saw!

Lilo: Hey! Three days ago, I bought Stitch at the shelter. I paid two dollars for him. See this stamp? I own him. If you take him, you're stealing.

Mr. Cobra Bubbles: I'm a special classification.
Lilo: Did you ever kill anyone?
Mr. Cobra Bubbles: We're getting off the subject. Let's talk about you. Are you... happy?
Lilo: I'm adjusted. I eat all four food groups, and look both ways before crossing the street and take long naps and get disciplined?
Mr. Cobra Bubbles: Disciplined?
Lilo: Yeah! She disciplines me real good. Sometimes five times a day! With bricks!
Mr. Cobra Bubbles: Bricks?
Lilo: In a pillow case...

Jumba: Hiding behind your little friend won't work anymore. Didn't I tell you? We got fired this morning. New rules.

Jumba: Aha! Now, all your washing is up!
Pleakley: You're under arrest. Read him his rights.
Jumba: Listen carefully.

Lilo: Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind. Or forgotten.

Nani: Where's Lilo? Jumba: Who? What? Nani: Lilo. My sister. Jumba: Sorry, we do not know anyone by this... Nani: Lilo! She's a little girl this big, she has black hair and brown eyes and she hangs around with that thing! Jumba: We know her. Nani: Bring her back.

Lilo: Wow. San Francisco. Stitch: "Eeeeeek! Save me!" Lilo: No more caffeine for you.

Grand Councilwoman: Take note of this. This creature is hereby sentenced to life in exile, a sentence that shall be henceforth served out here, on Earth. And as caretaker of the alien lifeform Stitch, this family is hereby under the protection of the United Intergalactic Federation. We'll be checking in now and then.

Lilo: It's me again. I need someone to be my friend. Someone who won't run away. Maybe send me an angel! The nicest angel you have.

Grand Councilwoman: Experiment 626. Give us a sign you understand any of this. Show us that there is something inside you that is good.
Stitch: Meega, nala kwishta!
Grand Councilwoman: [horrified] So naughty!
Jumba: I didn't teach him that!


A direct-to-video sequel Stitch! The Movie was released on August 26, 2003. This was followed by a television series, Lilo & Stitch: The Series, which ran from September 20, 2003 to July 29, 2006. A second direct-to-video sequel, Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch was released on August 30, 2005. A third and final direct-to-video sequel, Leroy & Stitch, was released on June 27, 2006 as the conclusion to the TV series.
The film was the second of three Disney animated features produced primarily at the Florida animation studio studio located at Walt Disney World's Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida. In the wake of a number of high-profile and large-budget Disney animated features during the mid-1990s, the Disney studio might try less expensive film. The idea was inspired by the production of Dumbo, an economically-made 1941 Walt Disney film produced in the wake of the more expensive Pinocchio and Fantasia.


Lilo & Stitch was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. When Lilo and Stitch walk past this store selling calendars with images from around the world, the "Orlando" calendar has a picture of the Magic Kingdom. Almost all of the landscape scenes in the movie are recognizable locations in Hawaii. This is especially true earlier in the movie when Lilo and Stitch are riding the bike around the island, and also in the closing sequence. When Stitch strikes Jumba with a car and sends him flying to Nani's room she has a poster of Duke on the wall. The name Nani means "Beautiful" in Hawaiian. The name "Lilo" means "Generous One" and its origin is Hawaiian. It can also be interpreted as "Lost" and this would give the song title "He Mele No Lilo" a loose translation as "Lullaby of the Lost".

Cast and crew

Daveigh Chase as Lilo; Christopher Michael Sanders as Stitch; Tia Carrere as Nani; David Ogden Stiers as Jumba; Kevin McDonald as Pleakley; Ving Rhames as Cobra Bubbles; Zoe Caldwell as Grand Councilwoman; Jason Scott Lee as David Kawena; Kevin Michael Richardson as Captain Gantu; Susan Hegarty as Rescue Lady; Amy Hill as Mrs. Hasagawa

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