Coco (2017)

 ●  Latin American Spanish ● 1 hr 45 mins

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Except Miguel Rivera who aspires to be a musician, everyone in the shoe-making Rivera family hates anything and everything to do with music. Out on a journey to make his dreams come true, Miguel enters the Land of the Dead and meets his ancestors.
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as Miguel
as Ernesto de la Cruz
as Abuelita
as Mama Imelda
as Papa Julio
as Emcee
as Departures Agent
as Corrections Officer
as Chicharron
as Head Clerk
as Tio Oscar
as Papa
as Mariachi
as Tia Rosita
as Mama



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Camera and Electrical

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Music Director
Music Label
Music Editor


Sound Mixer
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Foley Editor
Sound Effects Editor


Production Designer
Storyboard Artist


Casting Director


Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Artist
Film Type:
Latin American Spanish
Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Dolby Atmos, DTS
Frame Rate:
24 fps
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Archival Source:
This Fall
Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed from: Coco (English)
This is Pixar Animation Studios' 19th full length animated feature film.

The Mexican city of Guanajuato, known for its colorful houses on the hillside is the inspiration of The Land of the Dead.

This film has actively been in production between 2011 and 2017, making it the Pixar animated film with the longest production schedule.

The caricature of the film's composer Michael Giacchino appears towards to the end of the movie as the orchestra conductor.

Southwest Airlines had one of their Boeing airplanes decorated with artwork from the film as a promotion for the film.

Pixar's seventh film to release in November and fifth to release on Thanksgiving.

The Sant Cecilia graveyard is named after Saint Cecilia, the Catholic saint of musicians.

Miguel Rivera is the first non-Caucasian human protagonist in a full-length Pixar animated feature film.

This is Jaime Camills' second animated feature post The Secret Life of Pets (2016).

Miguel Rivera is the second youngest protagonist following Arlo from The Good Dinosaur (2015) to be featured in a Pixar animated film.

Coco took home 11 awards at the 45th annual Annie Awards.