How Well Do You Know Finding Nemo?

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So you’ve seen Finding Nemo, eh? Well, let’s test your knowledge of the epic journey of everyone’s favorite clown fish with a little quiz…

 

It’s a well-known fact that John Ratzenberger is the only person who lends his voice to a character in every Pixar film. Do you know who he voices in Finding Nemo?

Finding Nemo Marlin Dory

That’s right, he voices this charades-playing school of fish.

 

Can you name the spot in the film where the Pizza Planet truck makes a cameo?

Finding Nemo Pizza Planet Truck

When Gil is sharing his escape plan, the Pizza Planet truck speeds by. It’s very hard to spot!

 

Which Pixar character from another film snorkels by during the film’s end credits?

Finding Nemo credits

It’s Mike Wazowski!

Finding Nemo credits

 

How old is Crush the sea turtle?

Finding Nemo Crush Marlin and Dory

Crush is 150 years old, and still young!

 

What kind of fish is Dory?

Finding Nemo Dory and Marlin

Dory is a regal blue tang, which you might want to remind her of if you ever meet her.

 

What name does the Tank Gang give to Nemo?

Finding Nemo Tank Gang

Shark Bait (OOH-HA-HA!)

 

What kind of fish is this terrifying thing??!?!

Finding Nemo Marlin Dory Anglerfish

It’s an anglerfish and it’s scary.

 

Bonus question: do you know what happens to the anglerfish after the credits?
Finding Nemo Blenny

He gets eaten by this little dude, Blenny, who apparently forgot that fish are friends, not food.

 

Can you name all three of these extremely friendly, non fish-eating sharks?

Finding Nemo Bruce Anchor and Chum

Their names are Bruce, Anchor, and Chum.

 

And finally: what is that famous address Dory has to remember?

Finding Nemo Dory and Marlin

P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney

 

So, how’d you do? Are you a Finding Nemo expert?

 

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