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>Blind Wink, GK Films, Nickelodeon Movies, Industrial Light & Magic
  • Blind Wink, GK Films, Nickelodeon Movies, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM)
  • Animated Characters: Rango, Lars, Beans, Priscilla, Mayor, Roadkill, Rattlesnake Jake, Doc, Merrimack, Mr. Snuggles, Balthazar, Spirit of the West, Bad Bill, Ambrose, Wounded Bird, Waffles, GordyPapa, Joad, Cousin Murt, Curlie Knife Attacker, Rodent Kid, Angelique, Buford, Elgin, Delilah, Maybelle, Señor Flan - Mariachi Accordion, Lucky, Elbows, Bonnie, Jedidiah, Ezekiel, Lasso Rodent, Chorizo, Spoons, Parsons, Rock-Eye, Hazel Moats, Kinski, Stump, Clinker, Lenny, Boseefus, Dirt Kid, Furgus, Hitch, Boo Cletus, FrescaMiss, Daisy, Sergeant Turley, Crevice, Slim, Lupe - Mariachi Violin, Melonee, Sod Buster.
  • Awards: Winner, Academy Award, Best Animated Film, 2012.
    Winner, Annie Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
    Winner, Annie Award, Storyboarding in a Feature Production, Josh Hayes, 2012.
    Winner, Annie Award, Writing in a Feature Production, John Logan, Gore Verbinski and James Byrkit, 2012.
    Winner, Annie Award, Editing in a Feature Production, Craig Wood, A.C.E., 2012.
    Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Animated Feature Film, 2012.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Animated Effects in an Animated Production, Chase Cooper, 2012.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Animated Effects in an Animated Production, Willi Geiger, 2012.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Character Design in a Feature Production, Mark "Crash" McCreery, 2012.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Directing in a Feature Production, Gore Verbinski, 2012.
    Nominee, Annie Award, Storyboarding in a Feature Production, David Gosman, 2012.
    National Board of Review Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011.
    Hollywood Film Award, Animation of the Year, Gore Verbinski, 2011.
    Teen Choice Award, Choice Animated Movie: Voice, Johnny Depp, 2011.
    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, Best Animation, 2011.
    San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011.
    Washington Area Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011.
    Nominee, Critics Choice Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
    Nominee, People's Choice Award, Favorite Animated Movie Voice, Johnny Depp, For Playing "Rango," 2012.
    Nominee, World Soundtrack Award, Film Composer of the Year, Hans Zimmer, 2011.
    Nominee, Toronto Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2011
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  • Originally Released in 2011.
  • Running Time: 107 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.


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Production Notes:


Release date is that of Los Angeles premiere; general release date was March 4, 2011.

The first animated feature film for award-winning special effects house Industrial Light & Magic (ILM).

Soundtrack: "Rango," Written by John Thum and David Thum, Performed by Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez and Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles, Produced by Hans Zimmer; "Latin Lounge," Written by Mike Radovsky and Paul Martin, Courtesy of FirstCom Music; "Ave Maria," Written by Franz Schubert, Performed by Studio Group, Courtesy of The Orchard; "Forkboy," Written by Jello Biafra, Paul Barker, Al Jourgensen, Jeff Ward and Bill Rieflin, Performed by Lard, Courtesy of Alternative Tentacles Records; "Welcome Amigo," Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski and James Ward Byrkit, Performed by Rick Garcia, Produced by Kenneth Karman and Rick Garcia; "Cool Water," Written by Bob Nolan, Performed by Hank Williams (as Hank Williams, Sr.), Courtesy of Mercury Records, Under license from Universal Music Enterprises; "The Banks Been Robbed," Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski and James Ward Byrkit, Performed by Rick Garcia, Produced by Kenneth Karman and Rick Garcia; "Selenger's Round," Traditional, Arranged by Nicholas Parker and Francis Silkstone, Courtesy of DeWolfe Music; "Ride of the Valkyries," Written by Richard Wagner, Arranged by Louis Knatchbull, Courtesy of FirstCom Music; "An Der Schonen Blauen Donau, Op. 314," Written by Johann Strauss, Performed by Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan, Conductor, Courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg, Under license from Universal Music Enterprises; "La Muerte a Llegado," Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski and James Ward Byrkit, Performed by Rick Garcia and George Del Hoyo, Produced by Kenneth Karman and Rick Garcia; "Finale," From the Motion Picture "The Kingdom" (2007), Written by Danny Elfman, Courtesy of Universal Studios; "Right On Target," Written by Hans Zimmer; "El Canelo," Traditional, Performed by Los Lobos, Produced by Los Lobos and Gore Verbinski, Los Lobos Performs Courtesy of Shout! Factory; "Walk Don't Rango," Written by John Thum and David Thum, Performed by Los Lobos Featuring Arturo Sandoval, Produced by Hans Zimmer and Gore Verbinski, Los Lobos Performs Courtesy of Shout! Factory, Arturo Sandoval Performs Courtesy of Concord Picante; "Rango Theme Song," Written by John Thum amd David Thum, Performed by Los Lobos, Produced by Hans Zimmer and Gore Verbinski, Los Lobos Performs Courtesy of Shout! Factory.


Release Dates:


  • Feb 14, 2011- Los Angeles Premiere
  • Mar 4, 2011- General Theatrical Release


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