All Dragon Ball movies were originally released in theaters in Japan, typically when the vast majority of Japanese school children are on spring and summer vacations in March and July, although it pairs up with a Dr. Slump movie, usually 60 minutes long. | Warrior and pacifist Princess Nausicaä desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet. This is a list of dragons in film and television.The dragons are organized by either film or … 164,339 Don Bluth Directors: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders | Stars: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Craig Ferguson. Randy Norton, Still, as is sometimes the way in the world of geek cinema, because of its animation (pretty terrific by the standards of the time) and the involvement of some of the most important figures in pop music history, the film has found a small cult following. There’s no question that this is a family film, although one can imagine how many parents were scrambling for the theater exits when their kids asked, “What’s a spawning ground?” Paul Frees offers a great vocal performance as Crusty the hermit crab that isn’t so far removed from Yosemite Sam, while Elizabeth MacRae (best known for playing Gomer Pyle’s girlfriend, Lou-Ann) provides the voice of Henry’s fishy love interest, known simply as Ladyfish. 69 min Wanna make your toddler grow up real quick? I imagine they'll get dusty anyway, what with all the fallout.") A young boy and his little sister struggle to survive in Japan during World War II. Don’t worry, Mom and Dad: even Sgt. Norman Alden, Votes: Director: $10.14M, G Director: | Thank goodness the character of Pinocchio wasn’t owned by Walt and company, eh? Animation, Action, Adventure. – Will Harris, Gay Purr-ee (1962) Mia Farrow, 84 min | For years, this stop-motion horror spoof/musical comedy was remembered only by geeks of a certain stripe who had grown up in the Los Angeles area in the 1970s, which explains why we’re pretty sure a young Tim Burton must have seen it over and over again. 125 min – Will Harris, Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1989) The best part of Pinocchio’s space exploration involves his trip to Mars. | Dom DeLuise, | | But it was released on Dec. 9, 1941 -- two days after Pearl Harbor was attacked. | Dan Kuenster $63.46M, G Stars: Not only is there acknowledgment of the death of some of the animals during the course of the coup, but when one of the ruling pigs tells the chickens that their eggs will be taken as trade goods, the chickens’ subsequent rebellion results in another motto adjustment: “No animal shall kill another animal…without cause.” In the blood of the chickens! The lone survivor of a crushed village fights back as does the king of Fire Keep. Stars: Daniel Anderson, | A young knight and a dragon named Drago, whose lives they now share with one heart, join forces to protect a nest filled with dragon eggs from an evil sorcerer, as well undo a curse placed on Drago. – Will Harris, Pinocchio in Outer Space (1965) John Huston, Animation, Action, Adventure. | A young boy and a bunch of misfit friends embark on a quest to find a dark magic item of ultimate power before a diabolical tyrant can. We all have our favorite animated characters and movies, their memories still fresh in our mind. | Arthur Rankin Jr. Jules Bass, Unsurprisingly, the Congress of Racial Equality criticized the film for being racist upon its release, but in one of those delightfully ironic moments, they were eventually forced to admit that no one in the organization had actually seen the film. Jeff Bridges, A young witch, on her mandatory year of independent life, finds fitting into a new community difficult while she supports herself by running an air courier service. At the same time, they must defend themselves against an all-out attack from the Decepticons. The film’s roots are in the “archy and mehibital” stories of early 20th century journalist Don Marquis. Billy Joel, Animation, Comedy, Family. Director: Say what you will about “Gay Purr-ee,” but one thing’s for certain: there isn’t another animated film that looks quite like it. | David Hand, $27.10M, Not Rated All but unseen since 1971, “shinbone alley” was released to DVD in 2007, but to this day no one’s banging the drum very loudly for this unusually dark cartoon musical comedy. Timothy E. Day, Really, though, just knowing that it features both an atomic blast and a chirpy little ditty called “It’s A Goody Good Morning” should be sufficient to inspire a rental. Elizabeth Hartman, Directors: $38.60M, PG As the young hero, Milo enters an alternate, animated universe through a mysterious gateway. Hitoshi Takagi, Jack Stokes, William T. Hurtz 80 min Just to add spice to the whole mess, the original negative was supposedly lost in a fire and the film appeared to be heading toward oblivion. Naturally, a situation arises where Fred is asked to take the agent’s place, resulting in Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm traipsing around the world, with Fred trying to keep undercover by keeping everyone else in the dark. | | Starcast :- Tim Hill , Clancy Brown . | Michael Fremer, G Some amazing films here that advanced the animated industry and provided wonderful stories and characters to boot; and THE decade for a certain Studio Ghibli. Director: Co-created by Bruce Timm, Paul Dini (both of Batman: The Animated Series fame) and Steven Spielberg (of movie blockbuster fame), Freakazoid! The animators chose a naturalistic approach to most of the movie (save the cartoonish intro), and it has held up extremely well. (The filmmakers even got Jimmy Webb and America to do the soundtrack! Inside Out. Nigel Hawthorne, Votes: | How to Train Your Dragon is a 2010 American computer-animated action fantasy film loosely based on the 2003 book of the same name by Cressida Cowell, produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures.The film was directed by Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois from a screenplay by Will Davies, Sanders, and DeBlois, and stars the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, … Pat Hingle, | Not one to be abandoned, Jaune Tom goes after her, with his little kitten buddy, Robespierre (Red Buttons), in tow. | | Gross: You may note that we’ve surrounded the word “cartoon” with quotation marks. Ralph Bakshi | 74 min Once there, he encounters a cast of wacky and strange characters voiced by four of the most famously versatile voice actors in animation history: Mel “Bugs Bunny” Blanc, Daws “Yogi Bear” Butler, June “Rocky the Flying Squirrel” Foray, and Hans “Snidely Whiplash” Conried. To be fair, it’s got absolutely nothing on McKay’s original creations, but as a slice of early-‘90s kid-friendly animation, it’s deserving of the home-market cult that’s developed around it. Anthony De Longis, Votes: $7.66M, G | Gross: Gerald Potterton, Also vote on best animated movie >>> 1990s After voting, you may discuss the poll here. There’s also a holdover from the original, with Margaret Hamilton going legit and moving from playing the Wicked Witch of the West to voicing Aunt Em. | Victor Buono, Miscellaneous work. Director Bruce W. Smith clearly saw “Bébé's Kids” as a tribute not only to Harris but also to Chuck Jones and Tex Avery as well, offering great character designs and sight gags galore. Director: 150,206 (When the wife fears putting out the good pillows, lest they get fingerprints all over them, her husband replies, "I wouldn't worry about that, love. | Sean Hannon, Votes: If you were a kid in America in the 1980s, you remember the trauma that the TV movie "The Day After" caused as it reminded us that the possibility of nuclear war was very real, indeed. When Chris drops off to sleep, he has a series of stop-motion encounters drawn from Anderson’s based known stories, including “Thumbelina,” “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and, 23 years before Disney would take a crack at it, “The Little Mermaid.” Executive produced by flamboyant independent film impresario Joseph E. Levine, the “all-star” live action cast included character actor Jack Gilford (famous throughout the ‘60s and ‘70s for a series of Cracker Jack commercials), as well as cameos by Ray Bolger and Margaret Hamilton -- a.k.a., the Scarecrow and the Wicked Witch of the West from “The Wizard of Oz.” The voice cast included ‘60s teen faves Hayley Mills and Patty Duke, singing heartthrob Robert Goulet, and such legendary hams as Tallulah Bankhead, Burl Ives and Boris Karloff. Some amazing films here that advanced the animated industry and provided wonderful stories and characters to boot; and THE decade for a certain Studio Ghibli. Bill Melendez, Hmmm, you don’t think that’s because the CIA helped fund the film, do you? Friz Freleng, There are loads of other fab animated movies out there. | Directors: The cast also features hair-challenged stand-up comic Phyllis Diller as “the monster’s mate,” pop singer/actress Gayle Garnett as Dr. Frankenstein’s sexy assistant, and voice actor Allen Swift, who performs dopey but amusing impressions of deceased horror stalwarts Peter Lorre and Bela Lugosi, as well as the silliest Jimmy Stewart this side of Dana Carvey (the voice of ultra-dweeb hero, Felix Flanken). | Gross: Danny Mann, Votes: Animation, Action, Adventure. Stars: Susan Sheridan, 289,553 95 min The movie involved an old dragon and either a girl or a girl and a boy. – Bob Westal, The Last Unicorn (1982) Jerry Holland, Maurice Noble | | | Casey Carlson, Votes: 237,078 Gary Goldman, Nehemiah Persoff, Votes: It has fallen into the public domain and is available on several different DVD editions and even for free, legal downloads. The rushed production was marked by innumerable problems, including a bitter feud between west coast and east coast animators. Ralph Bakshi | Animation, Adventure, Comedy. A follow-up film, the fanciful musical bug fable, “Hoppity Goes to Town” might have done as well. Kappei Yamaguchi, R Alan Arkin, Votes: 36,196 | Right? See if you can hunt down a copy of “Down and Dirty Duck.” – Jeff Giles, Journey Back to Oz (1974) Robert Stack, Watch the official "Feeding A Baby Dragon" clip for Eragon, a fantasy movie starring Ed Speleers, Jeremy Irons and Sienna Guillory. Schultz could outwit the German naval officers we find in the film. Animation, Comedy, Family. But as Copper grows into a hunting dog, their unlikely friendship faces the ultimate test. Hayao Miyazaki Animation, Drama, War. With a funny and moving screenplay by Tim McCanlies that draws on such science fiction classics as “E.T.” and “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” as well as the mythology of Superman, “The Iron Giant” is a masterpiece of traditional 2-D animation that is nevertheless innovative in its seamless use of computer-generated imagery. | Gross: Mel Blanc, Stars: 84,613 37,414 Turning to Irish satirist Jonathan Swift’s fantasy classic -- which, strangely enough, had already been transformed into a pro-Communist parable by stop-motion animators in the Soviet Union -- Max and brother Dave Fleischer discarded their original concept of using Popeye as their Gulliver. 76 min Animation, Fantasy, Adventure. Mayumi Tanaka, Please note: This list contains both child-friendly and adult-oriented movies. Director: New films from Brad Pitt, Robert Downey Jr. and David Fincher highlight the month. | | 98 min Sumi Shimamoto, Votes: 664,654 | Gross: $217.58M $0.50M, G Nonetheless, critic Leonard Maltin has said of the film, “It remains one of (Bashki’s) most exciting films, both visually and conceptually,” while Quentin Tarantino spent half an hour talking about the flick during the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. “Rock & Rule” fans were rewarded for their patience in 2005 with a fully restored deluxe two-DVD boxed set with tons of extras. The trek to Watership Down, the warren in Fiver’s vision, is not an easy one, as they have to avoid hawks, snares, farmers and even other rabbits in order to survive. Instead, they went with a conventionally heroic characterization, relying on timesaving rotoscopes of actor Sam Parker. 83 min The film passed through so many hands it would take an entire feature to talk about them all, which is why its eventual Japanese release in 1989 was something of a minor miracle. Animation, Adventure, Fantasy. Taking advantage of the timeframe and locale of the film, Jones based the landscapes on Impressionist and Post-Impressionist styles of painting, borrowing liberally from Monet and Renoir. Director: I am 23 right now. Tesshô Genda, Votes: 6,762 Download Free Hollywood Hindi Dubbed Hd Mp4 3gp 720p by Animation Genres Full Movies Form FilmyZilla.Com. Tell us what you think about this feature. The nutshell summary involves a barnyard’s worth of animals that get fed up with the drunken farmer who ostensibly cares for their well-being, and decide to run him out and take control of the farm. – Will Harris, Mad Monster Party (1969) Canadian animation studio Nelvana and director Clive Smith began this 1983 project as a humorous family film called “Drats!,” but it somehow evolved into a post-apocalyptic tale of satanic magic and the rock and roll lifestyle among mutated, extremely anthropomorphic, cats, dogs, and rats -- with music by Cheap Trick, Lou Reed, Deborah Harry, Iggy Pop, Earth, Wind & Fire and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (okay, we made the last one up). The time-honored tradition of taking animated characters and placing them within an otherwise live-action movie was far from new in 1964, but rarely had they been utilized within such a completely bizarre premise. Director: For such a silly film, there’s an oddly poignant line at the end of the film when Bessie sees Henry as a fish for the first time and asks, “Am I the widow of a man or the wife of a fish?” Knotts offers up the bittersweet reply, “It’s not as though you can keep me in the bathtub, now, is it?” And with that, Mr. Limpet swims into the sunset, bringing an end to a slight but still enjoyable cult classic of the ‘60s. A canine angel, Charlie, sneaks back to earth from heaven but ends up befriending an orphan girl who can speak to animals. https://www.liveabout.com/must-see-movies-about-dragons-2432005 The Flight of Dragons is a 1982 animated fantasy film produced and directed by Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin, Jr. loosely combining the speculative natural history book of the same name (1979) by Peter Dickinson with the novel The Dragon and the George (1976) by Gordon R. Dickson. | | Gross: 78 min | Charlie Brown and his friends travel to Europe as exchange students. Roy Firestone, The gimmick here was that the entire film was rotoscoped, so thank you once again, Max Fleischer. With a voice cast that includes Jennifer Aniston and Harry Connick Jr., “The Iron Giant” also helped launch the brief movie star career of Vin Diesel, who provided the voice of the robot. Mickey Rooney, The Autobots must stop a colossal planet consuming robot who goes after the Autobot Matrix of Leadership. Arthur Rankin Jr. Samuel E. Wright, Val Bettin, They enlist the help of an injured seagull to help the group look for does, and he tells them their best chance is to infiltrate the fascist Efrafa warren, run by the monstrous General Woundwort. The first movie is distributed by Paramount, the second by 20th Century Fox, and the third by Universal. You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for content updates. | The story of four generations of a Russian Jewish immigrant family of musicians whose careers parallel the history of American popular music in the 20th century. Stars: Gabriel Damon, Fans of Harry Nilsson have long been aware of his fondness for filthy lyrics and scatological humor – as well as his gift for gentle, tender pop balladry. | Gross: FilmyZilla.Com HollyWood Hindi Dubbed Movies By Animation Genres. – Jeff Giles, Fire and Ice (1983) $48.09M, PG Mahito Tsujimura, Kirsten Dunst, Yoshiko Shinohara, G | | Gross: Bill Reed, Animated and Forgotten, classic cartoon movies, old animated films. | Gross: In its early years, Cartoon Network's programming was predominantly made up of reruns of Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, and Hanna-Barbera shows such as Yogi Bear, Quick Draw McGraw, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Jonny Quest, and Scooby-Doo.Cartoon Network's first original series were The Moxy Show and the late-night satirical animated talk show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast. With live-action sequences directed by first-timer Dave Monahan (on his only film) and with animation co-directed by Jones’ Warner Brothers cohort Abe Levitow (who also directed “Gay Purr-ee”), “The Phantom Tollbooth” generally receives fairly high marks for its animation, and for Chuck Jones’ zany wit, as well as some very 1970 psychedelic touches. Once we get this information, we instantly suspect that the film will end like its predecessor, with Pinocchio becoming a real boy once more. – Jeff Giles, Bébé's Kids (1992) Minami Takayama, Try Bakshi’s adaptation, “Coonskin,” where an African-American rabbit, fox, and bear get into organized crime and deal with corrupt cops, con men, and the Mafia. 75 min The CGI designs for the robot recall everything from the 1960’s anime “Gigantor,” to a metallic Saint Bernard. | Gross: Don Francks, G Some titles demand your attention. Ward, PG Rankin-Bass was way too hip to use anything but the latest steps for its monsters.) Stars: Animation, Family, Fantasy. 74th Academy Awards (2002) (Did the animation for Shrek and Donkey in the audience during the award for Best Animated Feature); Accolades. The origins of the whiz-bang animated wonders we see today in the likes of Toy Story, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and How to Train Your Dragon date back more than a hundred years.Flip books and zoetropes revealed the mesmerizing power of animation to humans before movies were even invented in the late 19th century. $0.76M, R (Check out the graphic novel section of your local bookstore the next time you visit, in order to marvel at the various lovingly assembled tributes to McKay’s work that have been issued in recent years.) The most egregious sin it commits is to play so hard and fast with the plot of the original “Oz” sequel, “The Marvelous Land of Oz,” that L. Frank Baum doesn’t even get a writing credit, even though certain elements and characters were unabashedly borrowed from it. Based loosely on a children’s book by poet Ted Hughes, this 1999 Cold War-era tale of a boy and his pet giant robot — who just happens to also be a deadly weapon from another planet — has its share of humor, but it also has surprisingly serious and bold antiwar and antigun undertones that might surprise those who see politically conservative themes in Bird’s more recent works. Art Stevens, little kids and their parents, Disney decided to try their hand at a slightly more mature type of animated film, geared toward the teen demographic and higher. | There has since been a 39-episode “Watership Down” animated TV series, which expands upon the universe established within Adams’ novel, but it can’t touch the original film. Today’s kids might be bored by the comparatively staid animation style, but if you’re an art lover, you’ll get a kick out of “Gay Purr-ee.” – Will Harris, The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) 79,777 Based on the second book in Lloyd Alexander's Chronicles of Prydain saga, “The Black Cauldron” tells of a young lad named Taran who finds himself on an epic adventure to find the mysterious Black Cauldron and prevent it from falling into the hands of the evil Horned King. | But no movie’s perfect, right? Especially considering its widely panned animation (a single sequence, in the style of original illustrator George Herriman of “Krazy Kat” fame, does win some praise), it’s no surprise that, despite some fascinating aspects, “shinbone alley” has yet to find its audience. Unavailable since a 1992 VHS release, “The Phantom Tollbooth” is expected to be reissued on DVD sometime next year. Things start out reasonably enough, with the declaration from the elder pig Old Major (inspired by some combination of Marx and Lenin) that “all animals are equal,” but upon his death, another pig named Napoleon (a thinly veiled version of Joseph Stalin) takes the reigns of command and soon adjusts the declaration to include a caveat: “But some animals are more equal than others.” This is definitely not a film for the kiddies. Unfortunately, it’s clearly a lost cause: the special features on the DVD release of the film include a Donald Duck cartoon. Akemi Yamaguchi, 85 min But even so, who could’ve foreseen that the plot would also involve an alien turtle named Nurtle (voiced by Arnold “Top Cat” Stang) and a marauding intergalactic whale named Astro? Animation, Adventure, Drama. Stars: Admit it – you’re a little curious now, aren’t you? It seemed like a good idea at the time. First was the transitional Vaughn Bode-esque satirical fantasy, “Wizards,” and from there it was to his abortive 1978 attempt at “Lord of the Rings.” After taking a well-timed break from the genre, he tried his hand again with 1983’s “Fire and Ice,” an all but forgotten collaboration with muscle-obsessed fantasy artist Frank Frazetta, along with Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway -- two of the writers of the extremely popular Marvel comics incarnation of Robert E. Howard’s “Conan the Barbarian.” The story wasn’t anything new — something about an evil wizard, an ice mountain, a couple of muscle bound dudes, and a buxom maiden in a string bikini. Hayao Miyazaki Animation, Adventure, Drama. Keiko Yokozawa, | Rene Auberjonois, – Will Harris, Coonskin (1975) Let’s get this acknowledgment out of the way quickly: “Journey Back to Oz” is not a great movie. | After working his way up through the nightclub trenches as a stand-up comedian, Harris had started to build a sold resume in Hollywood as well, making appearances in “I’m Gonna Get You Sucka,” “House Party,” “Harlem Nights,” and Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” and “Mo’ Better Blues.” The best of both worlds was gleaming on the horizon, however, when Harris was offered the opportunity to make a feature film based on one of his most popular stand-up routines: “Bébé's Kids,” which revolved around his girlfriend, Jamika, forcing him to put up with her friend Bébé's bratty children, who always seemed to be in Jamika’s possession. | Arthur Rankin Jr. Minori Terada, G Arthur Malet, Votes: | A beautiful unicorn sets out to learn if she truly is the last of her kind in this sparkling animated musical. He may not be quite the attraction he was back in the early 1900s, when Winsor McKay was drawing his adventures for the weekly comic strip on which this film is loosely based, but Little Nemo is still a beloved icon to a lot of people. Erica Yohn, Yes, the proto computer animation is hyper-clunky, the spaceships on par with those flying toasters of screensavers past — but with a star-studded voice cast … – David Medsker, The Phantom Tollbooth (1979) Richard Rich The Hudlin brothers – Reggie and Warrington – had even agreed to work their “House Party” magic on the film. Chika Sakamoto, Meanwhile, Reggie Hudlin’s good-natured script is aided immeasurably by a great voice cast, including Nell Carter, John Witherspoon, George Wallace, Louie Anderson and Rich Little. Marsh Lamore, Tom Tataranowicz In these movies Hiccup's story of his coming of age is followed, and dragons are a major part of this franchise. But in the 1960s, Hanna Barbera took advantage of the opportunity to pick up the kiddie-matinee crowds by releasing full-length features starring both Yogi Bear and the Flintstones gang. As the director of the Shanghai Animation Film Studio, he would raise the standard to International level before other historical events affected the industry. (There was also brief chatter about the Wu Tang Clan wanting to produce a “Coonskin 2,” but, alas, that has come to naught.) Ayano Shiraishi, Stars: | Directors: Although the joy of watching a movie so many times that the VHS tape falls apart is long gone, we can still reminisce on the best Disney animated movies that made them the frontrunner of … No animated movies, those are too superior (How to Train your Dragon would be best with the sequel) Few of these picks are pretty close to each other so order is not totally complete. The script, adapted from Peter Beagle’s novel, was strong enough to attract voicework from Hollywood luminaries such as Mia Farrow, Jeff Bridges, Christopher Lee, Angela Lansbury and Alan Arkin, long before it became trendy for stars to lend their pipes to kids’ fare. $1.37M, G To save her ill son, a field mouse must seek the aid of a colony of rats, with whom she has a deeper link than she ever suspected.
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