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  SOMETHING'S FISHY
The Incredible Mr. Limpit
Arthur Lubin, 1964
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Here's looking for you, kid. The search for Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) wasn't what this film was about, was it? It should have been called Finding Jenny and Charlie. Ask the same fishies who helped Dory find her parents if they found or saw AEECKKLP,
We've seen some odd-looking fish in our day, but one with glasses? Never. We've also never seen a crab quite like Crusty (Paul Frees). Which part of his anatomy appeared to be distinctly human?
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Finding Dory
(1) Kelpcake, that was Jenny and Charlie's pet name for Dory. (2) She could remember things that made sense, like that she had parents. It was the names of people and/or what they looked like that she couldn't recall from time to time. (3) He thought they were caused by all of the flapping in the ocean. It's ok for us to give out false information. Not a teacher. (4) She remembered The Jewel of Morro Bay after a close encounter with a school of rays. B (5) Swim to the back of the tortoise's shell and lean out.

(6) Shout as loud as you can and then swim for your life. (7) The creature lost its grip on Nemo when a shipping container toppled over (8) She was tangled in whatever you call those things that hold a six pack of cans together. The word escapes us at the moment. Uh oh! (9) He was camouflaged against the backdrop of one of those silly, hang in there, kitten posters. (10) She was placed in quarantine (11) He told Dory that some kid pulled one of his tentacles off (12) Talking

The Incredible Mr. Limpit
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
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and they'll seem lost. Unscramble the underlined word.

2. If the only thing that Dory could remember was that she had a problem remembering things sometimes, why didn't she forget who she was looking for?

3. You know who should have gotten beaten like a drum and sent back to where they came from? Mr. Ray (Bob Peterson) for not doing his homework on undertows. Explain.

4. Just because it's never worked for us, doesn't mean it can't happen. We're referring to a blow to the noggin and how it can sometimes jog a person's memory. It worked for Dory. How, where and when?

5. "Totally sick" was exactly how we'd describe the feeling that one got from riding the currents. Even sicker? Blowing chunks for
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Andrew Stanton/Angus MacLane, 2016
for distance. What was Marlin (Albert Brooks) told to do if he felt the need to hurl?

6. If you build it will it come? It might, but only if the octopus has an ego the size of a monument. Try covering yourself in fish oil instead or do what Dory did in the Chapter entitled Shipping Lanes. That's what attracted the attention of the one that nearly sucked the life out of Nemo (Hayden Rolence).

7. Slippery when wet. That's any fish, but not what enabled Nemo to free himself from the creature's grasp. How did he escape?

8. Dory looked like she could use some help of her own when she repeatedly asked Nemo what she could do to help him after their close encounter. With what?

9. Now you see him. Now you don't. We got that backwards, didn't we? Where was Hank (Ed
O'Neill) hiding when his character was introduced?

10. Hank thought there was something wrong with Dory when he met her. There was, but that's beside the point.

11. Hank had seven tentacles, not eight, which would technically make him a septopus. How was the missing limb explained in the film?

12. A brain in their over-sized cranium and each one of their tentacles? No wonder ocupi are so damn smart, but not smart enough to know a good thing when they see it. Hank hated answering questions (screw you) almost as much as he hated __________ .
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