South Park: The Movie
Background information
Directed by Trey Parker
Produced by Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Written by Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Pam Brady
Scott Rudkin
Starring Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Editing by John Venzon
Release date(s) United States/Canada (June 30, 1999)
Australia (July 15, 1999)
United Kingdom (August 27, 1999)
Japan (August 10, 2000)
Running time 81 minutes
featuring Nick Rhodes

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (also known as South Park: The Movie) is a 1999 American-animated satirical comedy/musical film based on the animated television series South Park. The film was directed by Trey Parker and stars the regular television cast of Parker, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman and Isaac Hayes.

The film features Nick Rhodes, who provides the voice of the Canadian Fighter Pilot.


The mothers of South Park, Colorado wage war with Canada after a Canadian comedy duo, Terrance and Phillip, release a movie that teaches their children "naughty language". Kenny dies and goes to hell, where he meets a gay Satan and Saddam Hussein. Satan will be able to raise up from hell and rule the world when Terrance and Phillip are killed. At the army show before the war, Terrance and Phillip are about to be executed when the Canadians arrive and start a war. In the fracas, Kyle's mom kills Terrance and Phillip. A dimensional rift from hell opens and Satan ascends, but after Cartman intervenes to electrocute Saddam (with powers granted by an implanted chip in his head), Satan realizes the error of his ways. He kills Saddam and returns the world to normal. Stan gets to go out with Wendy as well.


  • Trey Parker
  • Matt Stone
  • Mary Kay Bergman
  • Isaac Hayes
  • Jesse Howell
  • Anthony Cross-Thomas
  • Franchesca Clifford
  • George Clooney
  • Brent Spiner
  • Minnie Driver
  • Dave Idle
  • Michael McDonald
  • Howard McGillin
  • James Hetfield
  • Mike Judge
  • Bruce Howell
  • Deb Adair
  • Jennifer Howell
  • Toddy Walters
  • Nick Rhodes
  • Stewart Copeland
  • Stanley G. Sawicki