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Celebrity Deathmatch is a video game based on the MTV series of the same name. The game features celebrities and movie monsters as playable characters.

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  • Big Ape Productions
  • CoreSoft

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Genre: Sports entertainment, Stop-motion (clay animation), Dark comedy, Parody

Created by: Eric Fogel

Directed by: Eric Fogel (1998–2002), Andrew Horne (2006–2007), Jack Fletcher (2006–2007)

Starring: Steve Austin (season 1), Maurice Schlafer (1998–2002), Len Maxwell (1998–2002), Mills Lane (1998–2002), Chris Edgerly (2006–2007), Masasa Moyo (2006–2007), Jim Thornton (2006–2007)

Composer(s): Eric Perlmutter, Alan Elliot

Country of origin: United States

No. of seasons: 6

No. of episodes: 93

Executive producer(s): Abby Terkuhle (1998–2002), Richard Doctorow (2006–07)

Running time: 21 minutes

Production company(s): MTV Animation, The Comedy Network (2006–2007), Cuppa Coffee Studio (2006–2007)

Distributor: CBS Television Studios

Original network: MTV (1998–2002), MTV2 (2006–07)

Picture format: 4:3

Audio format: Dolby Surround

Game Background

Celebrity Deathmatch was an American stop-motion claymated series created by Eric Fogel for MTV. A parody of sports entertainment programs, Celebrity Deathmatch depicts various celebrities engaging in highly stylized professional wrestling matches. The series is known for its large amount of gory violence, including combatants employing different abilities and weapons to deliver particularly brutal attacks, resulting in exaggerated physical injuries. Two television pilots were broadcast on MTV on January 1 and 25, 1998. The series proper premiered on May 14, 1998, and ended on June 6, 2002, airing for 75 episodes. A television special, Celebrity Deathmatch Hits Germany, aired on June 21, 2001. For a brief period during that year, reruns of the series aired on broadcast network UPN. Professional wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin portrayed a fictionalized version of himself as a guest commentator.

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