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>Blue Sky Studios
  • Blue Sky Studios
  • Animated Characters: Madison (Diatryma Girl), Scratte, Glypto Boy, Aardvark Mom, Adult Molehog Male, Gazelle, Molehog Mom, Shovelmouth Mom, Beaver Girl, Ellie, Diego, Aardvark Girl, Sid, Aardvark Boy, Start Mom, Diatryma Mom, Eddie, Buck, Little Johnny (Aardvark Kid), Ronald (Shovelmouth Boy), Manny, Dinosaur Babies, Flightless Bird, Crash, Bird, Scrat, Pudgy Beaver Mom, Molehog Girls, Beaver Kids.
  • Awards: Nominee, Annie Award, Music in a Feature Production, John Powell, 2010.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Voice Acting in a Feature Production, John Leguizamo, Voice of Sid, 2010
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  • Originally Released in 2009.
  • Running Time: 94 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.


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Production Notes:


Release date is that of sneak preview in 330 theaters throughout the United States; general release date was July 1, 2009.

Soundtrack: "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine," Performed by Lou Rawls; "Alone Again (Naturally)," Performed by Gilbert O'Sullivan; "Adagio from Spartacus," by Aram Khachaturyan.

Alternate Titles: "Ice Age 3" and "Ice Age III."


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