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Anastasia (1997) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Anastasia

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  • 1997
  • 20th Century Fox, Fox Animation Studios
  • 20th Century Fox
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Anastasia, Dimitri, Vladimir, Rasputin, Bartok, Sophie, Dowager Empress Marie, Czar Nicholas, Phlegmenkoff.
  • Vocal Talent: Meg Ryan (Anastasia), Liz Callaway (Anastasia- singing), Lacey Chabert (Young Anastasia- singing), John Cusack (Dimitri), Jonathan Dokuchitz (Dimitri), Kelsey Grammer (Vladimir), Christopher Lloyd (Rasputin), Jim Cummings (Rasputin- singing), Hank Azaria (Bartok), Bernadette Peters (Sophie), Kirsten Dunst (Young Anastasia), Angela Lansbury (Dowager Empress Marie), Rick Jones , (Czar Nicholas, Servant, Revolutionary Soldier, Ticket Agent), Andrea Martin , (Phlegmenkoff, Old Woman), Glenn Walker Harris Jr. (Young Dimitri), Debra Mooney (Actress), Arthur Malet (Travelling Man, Major Domo), Charity James (Anastasia Impostor), Brooks Almy, Ellen Bernfeld, Emma Blackwell, Judith Blazer, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Ted Brunetti, Glen Burtnick, Catherine Cavadini, Vivian Cherry, Robin Clark, Victoria Clark, Madeline Doherty, Robert DuSold, Gregg Edelman, Al Fritsch, Kyle Gordon, Michael Louis Harvey, Jan Horvath, John Jellison, Kenny Karen, Curtis King Jr., Joseph Kolinski, Alix Korey, David Lowenstein, Cindy Mizelle, Bill Nolte, Michele Pawk, Billy Porter, Patrick Quinn, Karen Silver, J.K. Simmons, Frank Simms, Emily Skinner, Ted Sperling, Van˝ese Y. Thomas, Lillias White, Darius de Haas.
  • Directed By Don Bluth, Gary Goldman.
  • Produced By Don Bluth, Gary Goldman.
    Executive Producer: Maureen Donley.
  • Written By Susan Gauthier, Bruce Graham, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White, Arthur Laurents.
    Based on the Play By: Marcelle Maurette (as Marcel Maurette).
    Play Adaptation: Guy Bolton.
    Animation Adaptation: Eric Tuchman.
  • Music By David Newman.
    Songs: Stephen Flaherty.
  • Edited By Fiona Trayler.

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Cartoon Summary:

The only surviving child of the Russian Royal Family hooks up with two con men while the undead Rasputin seeks her death.

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I love this film for sentimental reasons. I've always been fascinated with all things Russian, whether it be sports, music, history, culture.

I've had great interest in the Imperial Family long before seeing this film, but it was this...  (read more)

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The first thing about Anastasia is that it isn't just historically inaccurate. It is totally incorrect and references to real history limit to the names of few persons.
Another flaw is that there's a Disney Puppy(tm) problem, with what I mean...  (read more)

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The movie is interesting, but it completely screws up actual events. (I know it's a fantasy, but still) Now I'm no history buff, but I've gone to school enough to know that the Czars were a bunch of stuck-up horrible people. Why do you think...  (read more)

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Tricky subject material for an animated film. The addition of Bartok added some much needed humor. The animation itself is very pretty and there is a great music score. A movie to be enjoyed by older kids...  (read more)

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