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Here's Where You Can Stream Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland Online

An animated film based on Windsor McCay's dreamlike comic strips, 1989's "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland" was a collaboration between American and Japanese animation teams (via Dot and Line). The project took years to complete, and numerous creative talent and animators struggled to work on it, including Brad Bird and Studio Ghibli founder Hayao Miyazaki (via Nerdist).

When it was released stateside in 1992, "Little Nemo" was a flop at the domestic box office (per Box Office Mojo). After the cartoon's release, the producer who had championed the film's development, Yutaka Fujioka, retired from animation for good (per Dot and Line). However, according to Billboard, the movie was an unexpected hit on home video and has picked up a cult following in the decades since its release. In his 2018 Nerdist piece about the cartoon, writer Kyle Anderson praised "Little Nemo," calling the feature "stunningly beautiful, with some of the smoothest animation I've ever seen in a film of this kind."

You might be wondering where to find this piece of animation history. Here's where you can see "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland" for yourself.

Little Nemo is available on Amazon Prime and YouTube

There are currently a number of streaming options for "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland." However, most services only have the 95-minute English dubbed version available to American users. You can watch it on Amazon Prime if you have a subscription to their service. The movie is also available on Funimation for subscribers only. Similarly, VRV is streaming "Little Nemo," but exclusively for premium members of Crunchyroll.

However, several streaming services are offering viewers the option to watch the animated film for free with ad breaks, including Tubi and the Roku Channel. Amazon's Freevee channel is also streaming the movie with commercials, while Tokyo Movie Shinsha, Nemo's producer, is streaming "Little Nemo," with the English dub audio track, on YouTube for free. And, of course, you can always purchase "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland" via physical media, such as DVD and Blu-Ray.