A Hercegnő És A Kobold
English Title: The Princess And The GoblinA Hercegnő És A Kobold (The Princess And The Goblin) (1993) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
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- Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
- Siriol, Pannónia Filmmstúdió, S4C (Sianel 4 Cymru) Wales, NHK Enterprises
- Distributed by: Hemdale Film Corporation
- Cartoon Characters: King Papa, Fairy Godmother, Mump, Princess Irene, Prince Froglip, Goblin Queen, Curdie, Glump, Looti (the Princess's Nanny), Goblin King.
- Voice Actors: Joss Ackland, Claire Bloom, Roy Kinnear, Sally Ann Marsh, Rik Mayall, Peggy Mount, Peter Murray, Victor Spinetti; Full Voice Cast ...
- Directed By József Gémes.
- Produced By Robin Lyons, Steve Walsh, Marietta Dardai.
- Animated By Les Orton.
- Written By Robin Lyons, George MacDonald.
- Awards: Best Children's Film, Fort Lauderdale, 1994.
- Music: István Lerch.
- Originally Released on December 31, 1993. (more dates ...)
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 82 minutes.
- Hungary / United Kingdom / Japan
Princess Irene meets young Curdie, a miner's son, who has learned that underground goblins are plotting to seize the kingdom.
Cartoon Production Information:
"A Hercegnö és a Kobold."
"The Princess And The Goblin."
This film was first released in Hungary in 1993. This film was ranked by Box Office Mojo at #8 on its list of worst North American openings for films at 600 or more theaters. It opened at $451,560 (21.5% of its $2,105,078 total gross) in 795 theaters,... (more)
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