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Wizards (War Wizards) (1977) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Wizards

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  • 1977
  • Bakshi Productions, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Avatar, Elinore, Weehawk, Peace, President, Blackwolf, Fairy, Frog, Priest, Peewhittle, Sean, General, Prostitute, Fritz, Storm Trooper, Fairy Girl, Adolf Hitler.
  • Vocal Talent: Bob Holt (Avatar), Jesse Welles (Elinore), Richard Romanus (Weehawk), David Proval (Peace), Jim Connell (as James Connell) (President), Steve Gravers (Blackwolf), Barbara Sloane (Fairy), Angelo Grisanti (Frog), Hyman Wien (Priest), Christopher Tayback (Peewhittle), Mark Hamill (as Mark Hamil) (Sean), Peter Hobbs (General), Tina Romanus (as Tina Bowman) (Prostitute), Ralph Bakshi (Fritz, Storm Trooper [uncredited]), Victoria Bakshi (Fairy Girl [uncredited]), Adolf Hitler (Himself [archive footage]) [uncredited]), Susan Tyrrell (Narrator [uncredited]).
  • Directed By Ralph Bakshi.
  • Produced By Ralph Bakshi.
  • Animated By Brenda Banks, Irven Spence, Martin Taras (as Martin B. Taras), Robert Taylor, Art Vitello (as Arthur Vitello), Cosmo Anzilotti [uncredited].
    Assistant Animators: Stod Herbert, Charlotte Huffine, Ben Shenkman.
    Sequence Animator: Irven Spence.
    Animation Effects: Tasia Erickson (as Tasia Williams).
    Animation Checker: Dotti Foell.
    Ink and Paint Artists: Sandy Benenati, Louise Cuarto, Diane Dunning, Alison Leopold (as Alison A. Victory), Manon Washburn, Micki Zurcher (as Michele Zurcher).
    Layout Artist: John Sparey.
    Background Supervisor: Martin Strudler.
    Background Artists: David Jonas, Ian Miller, Martin Strudler, Ira Turek, John Vita (as Johnnie Vita).
    Background Designer: Ian Miller.
    Visual Development Artist: Toby Bluth [uncredited].
    Cel Reproductions: Enrique Alpizar, Edgar Gutierrez.
    Color Modeler: Janet Cummings.
    Final Checkers: Mary J. Adams, Alice Cowing, Nelda Ridley, Katherine Victor (as Kathrin Leichliter).
  • Written By Ralph Bakshi.
  • Edited By Donald W. Ernst.
    Negative Cutter: Jack Hooper.
  • Animation Production Manager: Bill Orcutt (as William Orcutt).
  • Illustrator (Histories): Michael G. Ploog (as Mike Ploog).
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Eileen Horta.
  • Animation Camera: Ted C. Bemiller.
  • Assistant to Producer: Leah Bernstein.
  • Production Coordinators: Scott Citron, John Kaufman, Jose Kfuri, Christine Wirt.
  • Titles: Howard Miller.
  • Sound Effects and Music Editing: Horta-Mahana Corp.

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In a post-apocalyptic future, humankind is destroyed and the fantastic races of ancient legend emerge to repopulate the earth. In fulfillment of an ancient prophecy, twin sons- wizards- are born to a queen of the faeries: one good, the other aggressively evil....  (more)

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Of the animated films I've enjoyed over the years, I found this one to be one of the best. The combination of fantasy and skewed look at technology used for evil played as well when first viewed as it does today. The animation itself was a marvel to look...  (read more)

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This is the reason that I am what I am today. Ralph Bakshi is a master of taking the dynamic and compositional world or cartooning and bringing it to life. I saw this movie for the first time when I was five, I still watch it so that I don't...  (read more)

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Good, vile, raunchy fun for 17-year-old males of all ages.

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I'd give it a 5, but the foul language is what had me knock it down a notch. Well directed and animated, nonetheless! I saw this one when I was a senior in High School - 1992-1993. I had only seen this once, but it was enough for me. Ralph Bakshi is...  (read more)

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