Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007 film

Alvis and the Chipmunks. It is a film based on the cartoon series of the 50’s about a musical group of squirrels . After trying their luck with a hopeless composer -Dave Seville- three very peculiar squirrels, Alvin, Simon and Theodore, decide to make Dave’s house their own.


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  • 1 Technical sheet
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Synopsis
  • 4 Characters
  • 5 Biography of the band
  • 6 Sources

Data sheet

  • Direction: Tim Hill
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 2007.
  • Duration: 89 min.
  • Genre: comedy
  • Script: Don Rhymer and Jon Vitti
  • Music: Christopher Lennertz
  • Photography: Peter Lyons Collister


  • Alvin: Justin Long
  • Simon: Matthew Gray Gubler
  • Theodore: Jesse McCartney
  • Dave Seville: Jason Lee
  • Claire Wilson: Cameron Richardson
  • Ian Hawke: David Cross
  • Gail: Jane Lynch


Three very peculiar squirrels – Alvin, Simon and Theodore – decide to settle in Dave Seville’s house. Then the squirrels realize the need to convince Dave to let them live in his house to show him that not only can they walk like a person … but they can sing! They will soon reveal themselves as the musical sensation of the moment. Problems arise when the squirrels begin to realize their success and turn on Dave. However, they will soon discover that having a family with Dave is the greatest success of all.


Alvin : Soloist of the band. Reckless. Video game virtuoso . Alvin is all that … and much more. (There is more to ask him). The letter “A” stamped on his signature outfit – a red jersey made by his manager and songwriter Dave Seville … from a sock – sets this artist apart from his brothers and bandmates. The Superstar Squirrel is impulsive, charming, musical, and brimming with animal magnetism. What others might define as ill-conceived plans, Alvin prefers to see as “defying the ordinary.”

  • Height: 9 to 9 1/2 inches
  • Eye color; Golden
  • Jersey: Red
  • Skin: Chestnut

Simon : Simon’s caustic sense of humor, added to his prodigious musical talent, never fails to delight the band’s legions of fans. His keen mind complements the antics of Alvin, who has no hair on his tongue. While Alvin wears the band’s only monogrammed sweater, Simon’s identifying identifier “a pair of borrowed glasses” from a wind-up toy gives him genuine intellectual appeal, which has inspired clairvoyant admirers around the world to proudly wear your glasses.

  • Height: Between 10 and 10 and a half inches.
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Jersey: Blue
  • Skin: Dark Chestnut

Theodore : Known to his admirers as “The Sweet”, Theodore is also helpful, adorable, sensitive, gullible, trusting, and innocent (in short, he is everything that Alvin is not). He has a big heart and an even bigger appetite, and is known to have packed an entire box of candy in his adorable cheeks. The youngest of the squirrels , Theodore often intercedes when Simon and Alvin disagree (which is often the case).

  • Height: 6 inches
  • Eye Color: Green
  • Jersey: Green
  • Skin: Blonde / Tan

Biography of the band

Pop icons Alvin and the Chipmunks are nothing less than a multimedia phenomenon that goes beyond generational boundaries. Discovered by composer and manager Dave Seville, who witnessed the boys’ performance in an already forgotten small-town venue, the Grammy- winning trio is adored worldwide for their signature songs “The Song of the Chipmunks (Christmas, Don’t Delay) “and” Witch Doctor (The Sorcerer) “, as well as for the Emmy nominated television series and for primetime specials that topped the charts.

20th Century Fox’s Alvin and the Chipmunks was released in theaters around the world on December 14 . And on November 20 , Razor & Tie Entertainment releases the original soundtrack of the film , which includes the characteristic sound of The Chipmunks and modern recordings of rock , pop, reggae and hip hop . What are Alvin, Simon and Theodore’s next plans. The boys are not letting up yet, but their new album and new movie guarantee their position as icons of pop with a glorious past … and a future without limits.


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