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I believe you saw the 1988 TV Special Mickey's 60th Birthday. This film combines live action/original animation and library animation. Mickey steals a magic hat from [the Fantasia] Sorcerer and is put under a spell by the angry magi so that no one will recognize him until he finds his own magic within. While Mickey is on his quest, network news teams ...
Thanks to Krazer, this is the anime that featured 'Boa Juice' which dissolved people when they drank too much of it. Searching by 'Boa Juice', I found the film's actual title: Flying Phantom Ship (1969). From IMDb: Hayato's peaceful life with his parents and his dog is brought to a dramatic, terrible end when a giant robot, said to be sent from a flying ...
The answer is: Animal Stories. Animal Stories is a British pre-school animated television series. Cartoon Network TOO began airing this program on 5 June 2006. It also aired on Playhouse Disney in the United States from 1999 to 2005. Animal Stories began airing on Tiny Pop in September 2013. The series gained a 2001 Children's BAFTA for Best Pre-school ...
It definitely sounds like you are looking for "Corto Maltese in Siberia" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0259134/ The movie is available on YouTube, check out them at http://madmonarchist.blogspot.com.au/2011/01/little-diversion-corto-maltese-in.html
Melody time little toot, the whistle on the boat. It has evolved over the years but that is it
It's from Walt Disney's Disneyland, Season 4, Episode 8 ("Adventures in Fantasy"). See the relevant reddit thread here. While the show featured bits from existing films, some animations were created specifically for TV; this one was of a Father Whistle and a Son Whistle. Here's a still from the episode:
1950s Disneyland Adventures in Fantasy Show
I think it's from Red Hot Riding Hood...
Most probably it's Krabat – The Sorcerer's Apprentice, 1978 Czechoslovak adaptation of a German book. Krabat, a beggar boy in early 18th century Lusatia, is lured to become an apprentice to an evil, one-eyed sorcerer. Together with a number of other boys, he works at the sorcerer's mill under slave-like conditions while learning black magic, such ...
You're looking for the stop-motion short Nightangel from 1986. From IMDb: The film begins with a man looking outside late at night. He sees some sort of angelic woman with a billowy robe or perhaps wings. He's obviously quite taken with the sight of her and leaves his apartment. Sadly, however as he crosses the road to catch her, he's hit by a car. While ...
I think you're after the animated 80s Australian film The Phantom Treehouse. Two Australian children [Tom and Lucy] chase a cat and a dog into a swamp near their homes. Here they find a treehouse which they never noticed before. Inside the treehouse is a trapdoor which brings them to a wild and wonderful world with pirates, talking trees and bunyips! ...
Indeed, in France (which is my country, that's why I can speak definitely), the best movies have a very fine dubbing which does not reanimate the mouths of the characters but in which the dialogues are rewritten to fit the lips moves; example, one of the lines of the Genie in "Friend Like Me": original: "Life is a restaurant… And I'm you "maître D" !" (so, ...
Could you be thinking of the 2007 film Donkey Xote? The film featured a donkey character that looked a hell of a lot like Donkey from Shrek. There were other sidekick characters including a horse, a wildcat and a lion. It was, as you might expect, poorly received, receiving just 15% on rotten tomatoes and a 4/10 on IMDB.
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