Trivia: In the first scene the tank has become dirty, you can see the dentist outside talking to a kid in the dentist chair, he says to the kid, 'Little David Reynolds...', which is the name of one of those who have done the screenplay of the film. The name appears in the ending credits before the Cast.
Trivia: This is just an interesting anecdote: In an Australian newspaper, some poor irate viewer of 'Finding Nemo' wrote a long and indignant letter abusing the creators of this movie for using AMERICAN pelicans rather than AUSTRALIAN pelicans (noticeable only for the fact that Aussie pelicans don't have brown feathers and Nigel does). This anonymous person was 'disappointed that the creators couldn't even make the effort to use native Australian fauna'. The editor of the paper replied to the letter thusly: 'Thank you for your heartfelt contribution. We also noticed a glaring mistake in 'Finding Nemo': Fish can't talk.' However, this is in no way meant to offend the person who has already pointed out this mistake on this site.
Trivia: In early stages of production, a slightly more dramatic approach was to be taken on the film, and to that end William H. Macy was hired as the voice of Marlin the clownfish. However, after a couple of weeks of recording sessions, the dramatic approach was scrapped, and William H. Macy was replaced by Albert Brooks, who plays Marlin in the film.
Trivia: Many of the crew did voice cameos in the movie. Mr Ray the schoolteacher was co-writer Bob Peterson. Joe Ranft, who did various jobs on many Disney and Pixar movies was Jacques the French cleaning shrimp, and also played Wheezy in Toy Story 2. Seems they bagged all the best parts for themselves.
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