SPP Concept Unification Premiere

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SPP Concept Unification Premiere

Release Date: June, 21, 1990
Label:260-0621-90 (C) S. P. T. Inc. SPP Concept Unification Premiere Serial #00143 Deck - 15 06/21/90 - Master CYBERSTAR

Released On:

SVHS (3-Stage)


David Robinson - Show Programmer
Scott Wilson - Chuck E. Cheese & Mr. Munch Voice Actor
Nancy Lenihan - Helen Henny Voice Actress
Bob West - Pasqually & Jasper T. Jowls Voice Actor
Audio Production - Sundance Productions

The SPP Concept Unification Premiere Show was an exclusive showtape used to premiere all new 3-Stage shows, which made its first debut on June 21, 1990, and lasted across stores until 1993.

Concept Unification

The tape came with the entire Concept Unification package, which included a special backup SPP Concept Unification Emergency Backup Tape, the last Rock-afire showtape SPP Rolfe & Earl/Bday Wave and its own backup tape being SPP Rolfe & Earl Emergency Backup Tape, along with other material.

During the Concept Unification conversion process, the Rolfe & Earl stage would be kept up while the store was open, so the character could perform alongside this tape. A special Rolfe & Earl birthday was included for any potential birthday parties while the other stages was still under construction. The Rolfe & Earl stage would then be dismantled and turn into Chuck E.'s stage overnight, allowing Concept Unification Premiere to be ready the next morning.

Concept Unification Premiere was the only full showtape to be agnostic from any set premiere dates. Stores would always play this as their first 3-Stage tape, before switching to whatever the current showtape was. This lasted from 1990 to 1993 throughout the Concept Unification process.


Filming Locations

Animatronic footage for the show was filmed in the Entertainment Dept. at Showbiz Pizza Time's Support Center.

The only "On Location" footage featured is the Irving, TX CEC location and Kroger Grocery Store in Arlington, TX.

Recycled Video Intermissions

This showtape included video segments from other Showbiz Pizza Place & Chuck E Cheese's showtapes.


This show was created to introduce the Chuck E. Cheese characters for Showbiz Pizza Place locations that received Concept Unification.

Segment List

  1. Intermission 1
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. My Generation
      2. Birthday Extravaganza
      3. Freeway Of Love
    2. Cyberstar Intro
  2. Segment 1
    1. Together We Got It
    2. Heart of Rock & Roll
  3. Intermission 2
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. Walk of Life
      2. Birthday Extravaganza
      3. Forever and Ever, Amen
      4. California Girls
    2. It's Showtime!
  4. Video 1
    1. Animal Babies in the Wild - Let's All Do the Hop
  5. Intermission 3
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. California Girls
      2. She Drives Me Crazy
      3. Birthday Extravaganza
      4. Jump (For My Love)
    2. Cyberstar Intro
  6. Segment 2
    1. The Right Stuff
    2. I Wanna Dance with Somebody
  7. Intermission 4
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. Twist and Shout
      2. Vogue
      3. Birthday Extravaganza
      4. Oh, Pretty Woman
    2. It's Showtime!
  8. Video 2
    1. Song City U.S.A - Dinosaurs (We Adore Dinosaurs)
  9. Intermission 5
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. A Better Man
      2. Rock Around the Clock
      3. Birthday Extravaganza
      4. Your Mama Don't Dance
    2. Cyberstar Intro
  10. Segment 3
    1. Simply Irresistible
    2. Footloose
  11. Intermission 6
    1. 8 Minute Countdown
      1. Rhythm Nation
      2. Birthday Extravaganza
      3. Girls Just Want to Have Fun
    2. It's Showtime!
  12. Video 3
    1. CGI Animated Graphics
      1. Cosmic Zoom
      2. Metafable


  • The intermission music would be recycled for CEC September 1990 Show, and would also be used for its counterpart SPP Best Of 1 Kids/Friends (Without the last two songs).
  • The Dallas (Montfort Dr.), Texas Showbiz was the first location to receive this show in 1989.
  • Because of this show being created before a proper Helen Henny walkaround, a modified latex mask of her was put on top of an existing Mitzi Mozzarella head frame.