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Dory and Nemo are finally back: watch the first trailer for Finding Dory here

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Thirteen years after the release of Finding Nemo, our favourite cast of underwater pals is finally back, with the first trailer for Finding Dory hitting YouTube yesterday.

Starring Dory, the beloved forgetful blue tang fish, along her clownfish friend Nemo and his dad Marlin, the film follows Dory's attempts to piece together her past.

Dory is finally back, along with Nemo and Marlin

Dory is finally back, along with Nemo and Marlin

In the short clip, which lasts for one minute and 40 seconds, Dory begins to remember her parents. 

And in true Disney fashion, the film looks set to pull on our heartstrings, as we hear her parents promise never to forget her, before a downcast Dory tells Marlin and Nemo that she misses them.

Dory has a flashback to her parents

Dory has a flashback to her parents

On her quest to recount her past, Dory also meets a new character, who says they used to be friends.

Dory with her new/old friend

Dory with her new/old friend

Old friends are also back for the new film, with Crush and his gang of baby turtles joining the cast.

Crush makes a welcome return

Crush makes a welcome return

Dory's famous catchphrase, 'just keep swimming', also features in the trailer, hinting that this film will follow the classic Disney and Pixar blueprint of being a tale of overcoming struggles.

Dory's catchphrase

Dory's catchphrase

You can watch the full trailer below, and catch the film in UK cinemas from 29 July 2016.

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