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SpongeBob SquarePants: The Spongebob Squarepants Movie

There's trouble brewing in Bikini Bottom. Someone has stolen King Neptune's crown, and it look like Mr. Krabs is the culprit. Though he's just been passed over for the promotion of his dreams, SpongeBob stands by his boss, and along with his best pal Patrick, sets out on a treacherous mission to Shell City to reclaim the crown and save Mr. Krab's life.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x0
Airdate: Friday November 19th, 2004

Guest Stars
Bill FagerbakkeBill Fagerbakke
voiced Fish #2, Chum Customer, Local Fish
Carlos AlazraquiCarlos Alazraqui
voiced Squire, Goofy Goober Announcer, Thief
Dee Bradley BakerDee Bradley Baker
voiced Man Cop, Phil, Perch Perkins, Waiter, Attendant #1, Thug #1, Coughing Fish, Twin #1, Frog Fish Monster, Freed Fish, Sandals
Dylan HaggertyDylan Haggerty
voiced Stitches the Pirate
Jill TalleyJill Talley
voiced Old Lady
Mr. LawrenceMr. Lawrence
voiced Fish#7, Attendant#2, Lloyd
Rodger BumpassRodger Bumpass
voiced Fish#4
Stephen HillenburgStephen Hillenburg
voiced Parrot
Thomas F. WilsonThomas F. Wilson
voiced Fish#3, Tough Fish#1, Victor
Tom KennyTom Kenny
voiced Clay, Tough Fish #2, Twin #2, Houston Voice
Aaron HendryAaron Hendry
voiced Tangles the Pirate, Cyclops Diver
Aaron SpringerAaron Springer
voiced Laughing Bubble
Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin
voiced Dennis
Ben WilsonBen Wilson
voiced Stovepipe the Pirate
David StifelDavid Stifel
voiced Cookie the Pirate
Derek DrymonDerek Drymon
voiced The Screamer, Fisherman
Gino MontesinosGino Montesinos
voiced Tango the Pirate
Henry KingiHenry Kingi
voiced Inky the Pirate
Jeffrey TamborJeffrey Tambor
voiced King Neptune
Jim WiseJim Wise
voiced Goofy Goober Rock singer
John SicilianoJohn Siciliano
voiced Pokey the Pirate
Jose ZelayaJose Zelaya
voiced Dooby the Pirate
Joshua SethJoshua Seth
voiced Prisoner
Kristopher LoganKristopher Logan
voiced Squinty the Pirate
Michael Bell (1)Michael Bell (1)
As Fisherman
Neil RossNeil Ross
voiced Cyclops
Randolph JonesRandolph Jones
voiced Tiny the Pirate
Scarlett JohanssonScarlett Johansson
voiced Mindy
Tim BlaneyTim Blaney
voiced Singing Goofy Goober
Todd DuffeyTodd Duffey
voiced Concession Guy


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Episode Notes
The Krusty Krab 2 opened on March 7th.

It became the all-time nickelodeon movie with over $100,000,000 surpassing The Rugrats Movie.

The original "cover-up" plot of the film had SpongeBob going to rescue Patrick from a fisherman in Florida. This was an obvious reference to Finding Nemo (2003) and was later revealed by Tom Kenny to be just a "joke" plot which he made up to keep the fans busy.

The DVD came out on March 1st.

When it first came out, the movie debuted at number two at the box office behind National Treasure.

Dedicated to Jules Engel (1909?-2003).

SpongeBob's voice is different now starting with this movie.

A video game was released based on this movie

This was not an actual episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants".

This movie was rated PG.

Premiered on television on November 10, 2006.

The Spongebob Squarepants Movie did surprisingly well for a Nickelodeon movie, considering Nickelodeon's history at the box office with movies isn't too good.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The PiratesSpongebob Squarepants Theme 
Tom Rothrock with Jim WiseGoofy Goober Rock 

Episode Quotes
King Neptune: You there, be back with my crown in exactly 10 days.
Patrick Star: He can do it in nine.
King Neptune: Eight.
Patrick Star: seven.
King Neptune: Six
SpongeBob SquarePants: PATRICK!
King Neptune: Six it is then.
Patrick Star: FIVE (while being choked by Mr Krabs)
SpongeBob SquarePants: Patrick, SHUUSH!

Patrick: Road...Road...Road...Road...Road...Ro- oh, sorry.

SpongeBob: Maybe I am a goofball, and a wingnut, and a knucklhead mcspazitron!

SpongeBob: Your'e right Plankton, I am just a kid.

Episode Goofs
Plankton finds out the secret formula, but in later episodes, he acts like he doesn't know it.

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