World Record Trailer

World Record Trailer (2003)

03 June 2003 Animated, Sci-Fi 10 mins

A record-breaking competitive runner begins to stretch the limits of the Matrix. Part of the Animatrix collection of animated shorts set in the Matrix universe.

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Cast

John Wesley

as Dan's Dad (voice)

Alex Fernandez

as Tom (voice)

Allison Smith

as Reporter (voice)

Tara Strong

as Nurse (voice)

Matt McKenzie

as Agent #1 (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson

as Agent #2 (voice) (as Kevin N. Richardson)

Julia Fletcher

as Narrator (voice)

Hiroki Touchi

as (voice)

International Titles

The Animatrix - World Record Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 03 June 2003

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