Atlantis: The Lost Empire
|Atlantis: The Lost Empire|
|Directed by||Gary Trousdale|
|Produced by||Don Hahn|
|Screenplay by||Tab Murphy|
David Reynolds (uncredited)
|Story by||Tab Murphy|
Joss Whedon (Treatment)
|Music by||James Newton Howard|
|Edited by||Ellen Keneshea|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista International|
Atlantis: The Lost Empire is a 2001 American animated movie created by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the 40th movie in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. It was the first science fiction movie for Disney animation. The movie is set in 1914. It tells the story of a young man who gets a sacred book. He believes the book will guide him and a crew of adventurers to the lost city of Atlantis.
It was released on June 15, 2001. It did not make as much money as Disney wanted. Disney stopped making both a spin-off television series and an underwater attraction at its Disneyland theme park.
Cast[change | change source]
- Michael J. Fox as Milo James Thatch, a linguist and cartographer
- Cree Summer as Kidagakash "Kida" Nedakh, the Princess of Atlantis
- James Garner as Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke
- Corey Burton as Gaëtan "Mole" Molière, a French geologist
- Claudia Christian as Lieutenant Helga Katrina Sinclair
- John Mahoney as Preston B. Whitmore
- Phil Morris as Doctor Joshua Strongbear Sweet
- Leonard Nimoy as Kashekim Nedakh, the King of Atlantis and Kida's father
- Don Novello as Vincenzo "Vinny" Santorini, an Italian demolitions expert
- Jacqueline Obradors as Audrey Rocio Ramirez, a teenage female Puerto Rican mechanic
- Florence Stanley as Wilhelmina Bertha Packard
- David Ogden Stiers as Fenton Q. Harcourt, a board member of the Smithsonian Institution
- Jim Varney as Jebidiah Allerdyce "Cookie" Farnsworth, a Western-style chuckwagon chef. Varney died of lung cancer in February 2000, before production ended. The movie was dedicated to his memory.
- Jim Cummings as Helmsman
Awards[change | change source]
|29th Annie Awards||Individual Achievement in Directing||Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Storyboarding||Chris Ure||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Production Design||David Goetz||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Effects Animation||Marlon West||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Voice Acting – Female||Florence Stanley||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Voice Acting – Male||Leonard Nimoy||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement for Music Score||James Newton Howard||Nominated|
|2002 DVD Exclusive Awards||Original Retrospective Documentary||Michael Pellerin||Nominated|
|2002 Golden Reel Award||Best Sound Editing – Animated Feature Film||Gary Rydstrom, Michael Silvers, Mary Helen Leasman, John K. Carr, Shannon Mills, Ken Fischer, David C. Hughes, and Susan Sanford||Won|
|Online Film Critics Society Awards 2001||Best Animated Feature||Nominated|
|2002 Political Film Society||Democracy||Nominated|
|World Soundtrack Awards||Best Original Song for Film||Diane Warren and James Newton Howard||Nominated|
|Young Artist Awards||Best Feature Family Film – Drama||Walt Disney Feature Animation||Nominated|
References[change | change source]
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- Lyman, Rick; Fabrikant, Geraldine (May 21, 2001). "Suddenly, High Stakes for Disney's Film and TV Businesses". The New York Times. Retrieved July 4, 2011.
Besides, Disney executives maintain that they have made it easier for their animated features to break even by a cost-cutting campaign that made Atlantis, which cost $100 million, about 35 percent cheaper to produce than the studio's other recent animated efforts.
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