Crush is a sea-turtle from the film Finding Nemo (2003).
- 1 History
- 2 Appearances and allusions
- 3 Connections
- 4 References
Crush is a sea-turtle potentially originating from California that was born around 1853. Crush would most commonly frequent the East Australian Current or, "E.A.C." in the Pacific Ocean. By around 2003, Crush would also travel alongside his son, "Squirt".
Crush is a sea-turtle potentially originating from California that was born around 1853. In the 1920s, Crush was known to frequent the waters of New York City's harbours. It was here that Crush became acquainted with the crew of the S.S. Columbia, a steamship belonging to tycoon Cornelius Endicott II of the U.S. Steamship Co.. Endicott had the vessel equipped with Undersea Observatory hooked up to a hydrophone that allowed the human crew to communicate with Crush.
Appearances and allusions
Nemo & Friends SeaRider
The Seas with Nemo & Friends
Submarine Nemo Submarine Voyage
Turtle Talk with Crush
The Little Squirt Garden of this lodge is named for Squirt from the film with Squirt also serving as its logo. This logo can be found stamped in the passports of Mickey and Minnie Mouse along with stamps representing the Society of Explorers and Adventurers, Adventureland and Mystic Manor.