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July 31, 2005

Pollux and Max: The Movie (originally produced under the working title The Pollux and Max Movie) is a 2005 American adult animated comedy film that is based on the animated sitcom Pollux and Max. The film was directed by Michael Alan, with a screenplay by him and Lauren Faust. It tells the story of Max (Michael Alan) and Pollux (Brad Abrell) taking puns; Pollux goes on a date with Harmo (Katey Sagal), but things fall apart when she declines the date because of school, he gets a dream about his recruit on Harmo. But it didn't come true, as Pollux ends up with the teacher (Lauren Tom) soon ending it, so Pollux teams up with Max to save the date by using his van.

Pollux and Max: The Movie was released in the United States on July 31, 2005, and grossed $10.5 million. The movie's stop motion sequence was done by Screen Novelties. The film's score was composed by JG Thirlwell, Mel Young, Steve Rucker, James L. Venable, and Hans Zimmer. It was later released on DVD and VHS on January 16, 2006, and on Blu-ray on August 12, 2015, exactly ten years after its original release.

Post-Production Sound Services were provided by Wong Sound Effects Studio: Noriyuki Ayukawa and William Pang did sound design with Ip Ka Ho and Tim Lehmann. Magriet van der Byl was the supervising sound editor and foley artist. Tom Goddard and Hung Wing Sze were foley artists, while Jenny Zeng and Kwan Ka-Wai are the assistant sound editors.

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