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Little Nemo - Adventures in Slumberland (movie)

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©1992 Hemdale Pictures Corporation • TMS.

Alternative title:
El pequeño Nemo (Spanish)
El pequeño Nemo en la tierra de los sueños (Spanish)
O Pequeno Nemo (Portuguese)
Piccolo Nemo - Avventure nel Mondo dei Sogni (Italian)
ニモ (Japanese)
リトル・ニモ (Japanese)
Genres: adventure
Themes: dreams
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: A young, curious, and adventurous boy, Nemo wakes one night to an invitation to visit the wondrous world of Slumberland. There he is dubbed a prince, but soon finds that his new position involves the responsibility of protecting and saving Slumberland from evils like the Nightmare King.
User Ratings: 318 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 41 votes (dub:37, sub:3, edit.dub:1)
 Excellent: 24 votes (dub:22, sub:2)
 Very good: 57 votes (dub:41, sub:14, others:2
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Spanish dubbed
 Good: 95 votes (dub:65, sub:24, ?:2, edit.dub:2, others:2
2 Spanish dubbed
 Decent: 47 votes (dub:31, sub:15, edit.dub:1)
 So-so: 24 votes (dub:15, sub:8, others:1
1 Russian edited dub
 Not really good: 11 votes (dub:5, sub:5, edit.dub:1)
 Weak: 13 votes (dub:10, sub:3)
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Awful: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 689 users, rank: #1692 (of 9601)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.047 (Good), std. dev.: 1.9052, rank: #3513 (of 9729)
Weighted mean: 6.975 (Good), rank: #3847 (of 9729) (seen all: 7.00 / seen some: 5.29)
Bayesian estimate: 6.995 (Good), rank: #3410 (of 7375)
Running time:
85 minutes
94 minutes
Production cost: ¥3,309,000,000
1992 (USA Theatrical Release)
1993 (Latinoamérica)
Release dates: We have 3
Opening Theme:
"Little Nemo" by Melissa Manchester
Ending Theme:
"Slumberland" by Melissa Manchester
Trivia: We have 5
Based on the classic Nemo comic strips by Winsor McCay. A pioneer of animation, McCay created the first Little Nemo animated movie in 1911.
Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata were attached to this project at first, but left due to "creative differences." Ray Bradbury is also thought to have left the project in its earlier stages.
Little Nemo - Adventures in Slumberland is the first Japanese anime to receive a national (wide) U.S. theatrical release.
The North American theatrical release was 85 minutes.
The Japanese theatrical release was 94 minutes.
The DVD release contains cuts not included in the theatrical release, adding up its running time to a total of ~100 minutes.
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Blu-ray (Region A)
    Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (Blu-ray) 2012-11-06 (from $29.95)
DVD (Region 1)
    Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (Dub.DVD) 2004-10-05 (from $9.55)
    Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (Dub.DVD) 2009-01-27 (from $9.57)
    Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland (Dub.DVD) 2011-09-20 (from $14.95)
    Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland [Dub] (LD) 1993-02-24
    Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (Dub.VHS) 1994-10-15 (from $24.99)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Masami Hata
Osamu Dezaki (Second Pilot, 1987)
Yoshifumi Kondō (First Pilot, 1984)
Art Director: Nizo Yamamoto
Animation Director:
Kazuhide Tomonaga
Nobuo Tomizawa
Translation: Miyoko Miura
Character Conceptual Design:
Kazuhide Tomonaga
Nobuo Tomizawa
Director of Photography: Hajime Hasegawa
Executive producer: Katsuro Tanaka
Producer: Yutaka Fujioka

Airbrush Artist: Tomoji Hashizume
Assistant Art Director: Seiji Sugawara
Assistant Director:
Hiroaki Satō
Keiko Oyamada
Assistant Sound Mixer: Nobuyoshi Kanbuyashi
Assistant To Layout: Toshiya Washida
Associate producer: Kōji Takeuchi
Co-Associate Producer: Kaoru Nishiyama
Color design: Hiroko Kondo
Director Of Post-Production: Susumu Aketagawa
Dolby Stereo Consultant: Mikio Mori
Editing Assistant: Hiroshi Adachi
Film Editing: Takeshi Seyama
Matte Artist: Masahito Aoki
Second Assistant Director: Hiroyuki Ishido
Sound Editor: Masafumi Mima
Sound Effects Editing: Shizuo Kurahashi
Sound Mixing: Kunio Andō
Story Consultant: Kōji Shimizu
Story Sketch: Yasuo Ōtsuka
Takuma Gouno as Nemo

Chikao Ohtsuka as Flip
Hiroko Kasahara as Princess Camille
Kōichi Kitamura as Professor Genius

Hiroko Emori as Oompy
Hiroshi Ohtake as Oompa
Kazumi Tanaka as Captain
Keiichi Nanba as Oomp
Kenji Utsumi as King Morpheus
Kimie Nakajima as Dance Teacher
Kōzō Shioya as Oompe
Mari Yokoo as Nemo's Mother
Masaharu Satō as Oompo
Seiko Nakano as Woman
Tarō Arakawa as Policeman
Tarō Ishida as Nightmare King
Tesshō Genda as Nemo's Father
Yukimasa Kishino as Goblin
Japanese companies
Animation: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Backgrounds: Bihou, Inc. (uncredited)
Bandai Visual (DVD)
Toho-Towa (theaters)
Dubbing Studio: Aoi Studio
Film Lab: Tokyo Laboratory
Production: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Sound Editing: Magic Capsule
Sound Effects Provided By: Sound Box
English staff
English cast
Director: William T. Hurtz
Storyboard: Boyd Kirkland
Story: Jean Giraud
Original creator: Winsor McCay
Character Design:
Jean Giraud
Paul Julian
Character Conceptual Design:
Brian Froud
Corny Cole
Ken Mundie
Executive producer: Sander Schwartz
Producer: John Daly

Animation: Roger Allers
Blu-Ray Authoring: Justin Sevakis (Discotek release, uncredited)
Blu-Ray Compression: Justin Sevakis (Discotek release, uncredited)
Choreography: Michael Peters
Co-Producer: Barry Glasser
Dialogue Recording Engineer: Larry Miller
Lip Sync: Eric Peterson
Music Editing: Roy Prendergast
Screen Concept: Ray Bradbury
Story Sketch: Kenneth Anderson
Supervising ADR Editor:
Catt LeBaigue
Vic Radulich
Visual Image Development: John Canemaker
Voice Direction: David Swift
Gabriel Damon as Nemo

Bill Martin as Nightmare King 

Beau Weaver as
1st Teacher
Cop (second)
Bernard Erhard as King Morphy Morpheus
Bert Kramer as Goblin
Danny Mann as Icarus
Ellen Gerstell as Page (green-haired)
Greg Burson as
Nemo's Father
Nemo's Father/Voice of Flap 
Gregg Barger as Equestrian Master 
Gregg Berger as Equestrian Master
Guy Christopher as
Cop (first)
Jennifer Darling as Nemo's Mother
John Stephenson as Oompo
June Foray as Librarian
Kathleen Freeman as Dance Teacher
Laura Mooney as Princess Camille
Linda Gary as Singer (uncredited)
Michael Bell as Oompy
Michael Gough as 2nd Teacher
Michael McConnohie as Etiquette Master
Michael Sheehan as Fencing Master
Mickey Rooney as Flip
Nancy Cartwright as Page (purple-haired)
Neil Ross as Oompa
Rene Auberjonois as Professor Genius
Sherry Lynn as Bon Bon
Sidney Miller as Oompe
Tress MacNeille as Elevator Creature
William E. Martin as Nightmare King
English companies
Disney Channel
Eastern Star (DVD, 2011)
Platinum Disc (2009)
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll (2011)
FUNimation Entertainment (via TMS Entertainment)
Tubi TV
Licensed by:
Discotek Media (DVD, 2011)
FUNimation Entertainment (under Our Time Family Entertainment; 2004 DVD)
Hemdale Film Corporation (VHS)
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Érika Robledo as Nemo
Graciela Molina as Little Nemo (Spain dub)
Manuel Cabral as Profesor Genio
Rocío Robledo as Princesa Camille
Victor Mares as Flip

Amparo Brown as Madre de Nemo
Jesús Brock as Rey Pesadilla
José Archimedes as Padre de Nemo
Juan Cuadra as Rey Morfeo
Victor Mares as Oompo

Antonio García Moral as Flip (Spain dub)
Antonio Gomez de Vicente as Captain (Spain dub)
Arsenio Corsellas as King Morpheus (Spain dub)
Berta Cortés as Bon Bon (Spain dub)
Claudi García as Nemo's Father (Spain dub)
Dionisio Macias as Nightmare King (Spain dub)
Emilio Freixas as Professor Genius (Spain dub)
Susana Macías as Princess Camille (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Distributor: Filmayer (Spain)
Internet Streaming: Tubi TV
Italian staff
Italian cast
Simone Crisari as Piccolo Nemo

Edoardo Nevola as Icaro
Gil Baroni as Flip
Laura Latini as Bon Bon
Michele Kalamera as Re dell'Incubo
Renato Mori as Re Morpheus

Dante Biagioni as Capitano del Dirigibile
Luigi Ferraro as Elf
Mauro Gravina as Oompi
Mino Caprio as Elf
Italian companies
German staff
German cast
David Turba as Nemo

Dorette Hugo as Prinzessin Camille
Friedrich W. Bauschulte as Professor Genie
Gerd Duwner as Flip

Alexander Herzog as König Morpheus (eine Szene)
Dieter Kursawe as
Edgar Ott as König Morpheus
Frank-Otto Schenk as
Joachim Kaps as Nemos Vater
Klaus Sonnenschein as Albtraumkönig
Michael Pan as Oomp
Santiago Ziesmer as Ikarus
Tom Deininger as Oompo
German companies
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Sérgio Rufino as Nemo

Carlos Eduardo as Oompa
Carlos Falat as Oompe
Jonas Mello as Rei Pesadelo
Jorge Pires as Rei Morpheus
Marcelo Campos as Oompo
Marli Bortoletto as Princesa Camille
Ricardo Nóvoa as Professor Gênio
Tatá Guarnieri as Flip

Carlos Eduardo as Ralph, o pai de Nemo
Maximira Figueiredo as Mãe do Nemo

Portuguese companies
Dubbing Studio: Álamo
Internet Streaming: Amazon Prime Video (Dubbed)
Licensed by: TMS Entertainment USA (Brazil)

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