PG | | Animation, Action, Adventure
A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life, are forced into action to save the world.
Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two of Walt Disney's Nine Old Men (his team of nine supervising master animators from the classic era of animation), provide voices for their own caricatures near the end of the film. They also appeared in and provided the voices for the train engineers in The Iron Giant (1999), which was also directed by Brad Bird. This is not the first time Pixar Animation Studios has included references to famous animators in its films (see the trivia for Monsters, Inc. (2001)).
Is this on? I mean, can break through walls, I just can't... can't get this on...
In the opening scene, the radio refers to a police chase on San Pablo Ave, but there is no San Pablo Ave anywhere on the "auto drive" navigation map.
Production Babies are listed.
All non-US version are altered in the scene in which Mr. Incredible is looking at his wall of fame with newspaper clips. In the US version, the headings are all in English; in the international versions, the headings are in different foreign languages including French, Spanish, German and Japanese.
$70,467,623 (USA) (7 November 2004)
$261,441,092 (USA) (14 April 2005)
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