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[[Image:Finding nemo|200px]]
Directed by John Lasseter
Written by Andrew Stanton
Country UK
IMDb profile

Finding Nemo is the fifth CGI film to be produced by Pixar Animation Studios. It was released to theaters by Walt Disney Studios and Buena Vista Distribution, Inc. on May 30, 2003 in the United States. It has been nominated for and won numerous awards, including an Academy Award for Best Animated Film. [1] The animation of the film represents a continuation of Pixar's cutting-edge status in the computer-animation field. Notable is the sunlight seen through the ocean water, which at times is indistinguishable from the real thing.

The realism of the underwater environment was a big achievement as well as the naturalistic motion of the fish. Although this animation seems so realistic, the Pixar studio actually "dumbed" down the animation in order to adopt a more cartoon feel. For instance when animators were working on one of the ocean scenes, they made the ocean look too real. The studio still wanted a cartoon feel throughout the film. These trends of realism and iconic characters are apparent in both Pixar and Disney films.


Finding Nemo grossed $70 million during its opening weekend in theaters, setting a record for an animated film. It has grossed over $864.6 worldwide, and has become Pixar's most successful film to date.

The movie also strongly affected the clownfish pet market by increasing sales, despite portraying themes against keeping them as pets.[2] Consequently, clownfish were harvested intensely in Vanuatu in 2004.[3]


  • Albert Brooks - Marlin
  • Alexander Gould - Nemo
  • Ellen DeGeneres - Dory
  • Willem Dafoe - Gill
  • Brad Garrett - Bloat
  • Allison Janney - Peach
  • Stephen Root - Bubbles
  • Austin Pendleton - Gurgle
  • Vicki Lewis - Deb/Flo
  • Joe Ranft - Jacques
  • John Ratzenberger - School of Fish
  • Geoffrey Rush - Nigel
  • Bob Peterson - Mr. Ray
  • Barry Humphries - Bruce
  • Eric Bana - Anchor
  • Bruce Spence - Chum
  • Andrew Stanton - Crush
  • Nicholas Bird - Squirt
  • Erik Per Sullivan - Sheldon
  • Erica Beck - Pearl
  • Jordy Ranft - Tad
  • Bill Hunter - Philip Sherman
  • Lulu Ebeling - Darla
  • Elizabeth Perkins - Coral
  • Phil Proctor, James Kevin Ward, and Carlos Alazraqui as The Fish Parents
  • Jack Angel as Mr. Johansen
  • Katherine Ringgold as Kathy
  • Rove McManus as Crab

Additional Voices[]

Bob Bergen Lee Unkrich James S. Baker
Geoff Brooks Bobby Block Susan Blu
Paul Eiding Jessie Flower Aaron Fors
Leland Grossman Bradley Boylan Greive   Jess Harnell
Lili Ishida Marc John Jefferies Caroline Kindred
Oliver Kindred Noah Luke Sherry Lynn
Danny Mann Andrew MacDonough Mickie McGowan
Alec Medlock Laura Marano Kali Whitehurst
Vanessa Marano Nicole Miller Laraine Newman
Annelise Nolting Lisa Peers-Lyleson Bob Peterson
Jeff Pidgeon Jennifer Darling Jan Rabson
Jane Carr Daryl Sabara Evan Sabara
David Ian Salter Emmett Shomaker Eliza Schneider
Andrew Stanton Ben Stanton


  1. "Finding Nemo". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 12/11/07.
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