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The Incredibles

Alternate Title: The Invincibles

The Incredibles (The Invincibles) (2004) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Incredibles

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>Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Studios
  • Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Studios
  • Animated Characters: Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible, Helen Parr/Elastigirl, Violet Parr, Dashiell "Dash" Parr, Jack Jack Parr, Lucius Best/Frozone, Buddy Pine/Syndrome, Bomb Voyage, Mrs. Hogenson, Gilbert Huph, Bernie Kropp, Principal, Tony Rydinger, Mirage, Rick Dicker, Edna "E" Mode, Kari, Honey, The Underminer.
  • Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Animated Feature, 2005.
    Academy Award Winner, Best Original Screenplay, Brad Bird, 2005.
    Academy Award Nominee, Best Achievement in Sound Editing, Michael Silvers and Randy Thom, 2005.
    Academy Award Nominee, Best Achievement in Sound Mixing, Randy Thom, Gary A. Rizzo and Doc Kane, 2005.
    Annie, Best Animated Feature, 2005.
    Annie, Directing in an Animated Feature Production, Brad Bird, 2005.
    Annie, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production, Brad Bird (As the Voice of Edna Mode), 2005.
    Annie, Writing in an Animated Feature Production, Brad Bird, 2005.
    Annie, Music in an Animated Feature Production, Michael Giacchino, 2005.
    Annie, Animated Effects, Martin Nguyen, 2005.
    Annie, Character Animation, Angus MacLane, 2005.
    Annie, Character Design in an Animated Feature Production, Tony Fucile, 2005.
    Annie, Production Design in an Animated Feature Production, Lou Romano, 2005.
    Annie, Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production, Kevin O'Brien, 2005.
    Nominee, Annie, Character Animation, John Kahrs, 2004.
    Nominee, Annie, Character Animation, Peter Sohn, 2004.
    Nominee, Annie, Character Animation, Kureha Yokoo, 2004.
    Nominee, Annie, Character Design in an Animated Feature Production, Teddy Newton, 2004.
    Nominee, Annie, Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production, Ted Mathot, 2004.
    Nominee, Annie, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production, Samuel L. Jackson (As the Voice of Lucius Best/Frozone), 2004.
    Nominee, People's Choice Award, Favorite Movie, 2005.
    Nominee, People's Choice Award, Favorite Animated Movie, 2005.
    Nominee, People's Choice Award, Favorite Animated Movie Star, Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), 2005.
    Nominee, People's Choice Award, Favorite Animated Movie Star, Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson), 2005.
    Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Motion Picture -- Musical or Comedy, 2005.
    National Board of Review Award, Best Animated Feature, 2004.
    Nominee, Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award, PGA Golden Laurel Awards, 2005.
    Critics' Choice Award, Best Animated Feature, 2005.
    Nominee, Critics' Choice Award, Best Popular Movie, 2005.
    Nominee, Critics' Choice Award, Best Composer, Michael Giacchino, 2005.
    Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Film, 2005.
    Florida Film Critics Circle Award, Best Animation, 2004.
    Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award, Best Animated Film, 2005.
    Sierra Award, Best Animated Film, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, 2005.
    Sierra Award, Best Score, Michael Giacchino, Las Vegas Film Critics Society, 2005.
    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Best Animation, 2004.
    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Best Music Score, Michael Giacchino, 2004.
    Nominee, Golden Satellite Award, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, 2005.
    Nominee, Golden Satellite Award, Best Original Score, Michael Giacchino, 2005.
    New York Film Critics Circle Award, Best Animated Film, 2004.
    Phoenix Film Critics Society Award, Best Animated Film, 2004.
    San Diego Film Critics Society Award, Best Animated Film, 2004.
    Seattle Film Critics Award, Best Animated Feature, 2004
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  • Originally Released in 2004.
  • Production Number: MPAA#: 41083
  • Running Time: 115 minutes.
  • TechniColor, PixarVision
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Alternate Titles:


Alternate Title: "The Invincibles (Working Title)."

Release Dates:


  • Oct 24, 2004- Limited Release
  • Oct 27, 2004- London Film Festival
  • Nov 5, 2004- General Theatrical Release
  • Mar 15, 2005- DVD Release
  • Apr 12, 2011- Blu-Ray Release

Cartoon Production Information:


The first animated film to win an Academy Award for best sound editing, or to be nominated for best sound mixing.

Working title: "The Invincibles."

Pixar's first animated feature with humans as the main characters (no animals, toys or creatures).

Premiere in Hollywood a week before the general United States release date of November 5, 2004.

The feature-film debut of composer Michael Giacchino, whose earlier work had been in TV series and videogames.

3D CG Animation.

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