The Second Renaissance Part I Trailer

The Second Renaissance Part I Trailer (2003)

01 February 2003 Animated, Sci-Fi 9 mins

Tells the early history of how conflict began between the humans and machines. Part 1 of 2.

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Cast

Julia Fletcher

as The Instructor

Dane A. Davis

as Versatran Spokesman

Jill Talley

as Mother

Dwight Schultz

as Additional Voices

James Arnold Taylor

as Additional Voices

International Titles

The Animatrix - The Second Renaissance Part I Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 February 2003

Production Companies

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