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Nemo

Fantasy
68
  • 1984

A young boy imagines being in a tale he's about to hear. In this magical world he encounters many famous characters from other tales, aliens and other beings and, of course, a beautiful princess.

Finding Nemo

Animation Family Comedy
94
  • 2003

Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish, is unexpectedly captured from Australia's Great Barrier Reef and taken to a dentist's office aquarium. It's up to Marlin (Albert Brooks), his worrisome father, and Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a friendly but forgetful regal blue tang fish, to make the epic journey to bring Nemo home. Their adventure brings them face-to-face with vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish, hungry seagulls and more. Marlin discovers a bravery he never knew, but will he be able to find his son?

Captain Nemo

Action-Adventure Sci-Fi Fantasy
66
  • 1975

Captain Nemo is a 1975 Soviet three-part television miniseries directed by Vasily Levin loosely based on the novels Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, its sequel The Mysterious Island and The Steam House by Jules Verne.

Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland

Action-Adventure Animation Family
76
  • 1989

Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland is a 1989 Japanese-American animated musical adventure fantasy film directed by Masami Hata and William Hurtz. Based on the comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland by Winsor McCay, the film went through a lengthy development process with a number of screenwriters. Ultimately, the screenplay was credited to Chris Columbus and Richard Outten; the storyline and art style differed from the original version. The original soundtrack was penned by the Academy Award-winning Sherman Brothers.

The Amazing Captain Nemo

Fantasy Sci-Fi Action-Adventure
70
  • 1978

The Return of Captain Nemo (theatrical title: The Amazing Captain Nemo) is a 1978 American science fiction adventure television miniseries directed by Alex March and Paul Stader (the latter directed the underwater sequences), and loosely based on characters and settings from Jules Verne's novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. It was written by six screenwriters including Robert Bloch and has been considered an attempt by producer Irwin Allen to duplicate the success of his Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.

Captain Nemo And The Underwater City

Action-Adventure Family Fantasy
73
  • 1969

Oscar-nominee Robert Ryan (The Wild Bunch, Crossfire) plays Captain Nemo, the infamous submarine captain. The Captain rescues six shipwreck survivors and brings them to his underwater fortress, where they may be trapped for the rest of their lives. Nanette Newman (The Wrong Box) and Chuck Connors (Soylent Green, Old Yeller) co-star in this fantasy-adventure. Directed by Oscar winner James Hill, this film is enjoyable for the entire family. 

The Mysterious Island

Children's Sci-Fi Action-Adventure
71
  • 1973

L'Ile Mysterieuse / La Isla misteriosa y el capitán Nemo / Die Geheimnisvolle Insel is a 1973 European film adapted from Jules Verne's novel L'Île mystérieuse. This version was directed by Juan Antonio Bardem and Henri Colpi and featured Omar Sharif as Captain Nemo. It was a recut from a TV series of the same year.

La Banque Némo

Comedy Drama
59
  • 1934

Nemo's Bank (French: La banque Nemo) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Marguerite Viel and starring Victor Boucher, Mona Goya and René Bergeron. The film is based on a 1931 play of the same name, but also has strong similarities to the Stavisky Affair which took place the year the film was released.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Action-Adventure Sci-Fi Fantasy
66
  • 1997

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 1997 television film directed by Michael Anderson and starring Ben Cross as Captain Nemo. It premiered on March 23, 1997. Based on the novel of the same name by Jules Verne, it is most notable for replacing the character of Professor Aronnax's manservant, Conseil, with the Professor's daughter, Sophie, who disguises herself as a boy so that she may accompany her father aboard USS Abraham Lincoln; she becomes the apex of a love triangle involving Captain Nemo and Ned the harpooner. The film was produced by Hallmark Entertainment.

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