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Robots (2005) Theatrical Cartoon Robots

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>Blue Sky Studios, Fox Animation Studios
  • Blue Sky Studios, Fox Animation Studios
  • Animated Characters: Rodney Copperbottom, Cappy, Herb Copperbottom, Mrs. Copperbottom, Big Weld, The Rusties, Fender, Crank, Piper Pinwheel, Madame Gasket, Tim the Gate Guard, Aunt Fanny, Mr. Gunk, Lug, Bass Drum, Lamppost, Microphone, Toilet Bot, Bigmouth Executive, Forge, Broken Arm Bot, Fire Hydrant, Jack Hammer, Loretta Geargrinder, Mailbox, Mr. Gasket, Phone Booth, Pigeon Lady, Ratchet, Stage Announcer, Tin Man, Trashcan Bot, Voice Box at Hardware Store, Water Cooler, Wonderbot.
  • Originally Released in 2005.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Based on author-animator William Joyce's "Roly Poly Olie."

Released simultaneously in both conventional and Imax formats.

Release date is that of Los Angeles premiere at the Mann Village Theater; general release was March 11, 2005.


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Laughed all the way through this delightful movie! There are all kinds of takeoffs of movies and television shows that are played out in the story -- "Singin' in the oil" is a Gene Kelly copy of his famous scene; "Goodnight.." from...  (read more)

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