Bartok is a spin-off of the movie Anastasia, a direct-to-video release in 1999, two years after Anastasia was first released in the USA. The directors of the movie are the same that those who worked on Anastasia, namely: Gary Goldman and Don Bluth.
The story has no direct link with the first movie. We find only the character of Bartok, in both movies.
Hank Azaria ... Bartok
Kelsey Grammer ... Zozi
Andrea Martin ... Baba Yaga
Catherine O'Hara ... Ludmilla
Tim Curry ... Skull
Jennifer Tilly ... Piloff
Philip Von Dyke ... Ivan
Diedrich Bader ... Vol
Kelly Marie Berger ... Petite fille
Zachary Charles ...Petit garçon
Danny Mann... Head Cossack
John Schiappa ... Voix chantante
Glenn Shadix ... Townspeople
French Stewart ... Osle
Date release in VHS and DVD in America: November 16th, 1999 ( VHS) and September 23rd, 2003 (DVD)
Bartok has become an artist of street in Moscow with the bear Zozi , they live a peaceful life and is adulated by the Russian people, who never seem to grow tired of his tours and of his theatrical heroic performances. But when prince Ivan is kidnapped, leaving Ludmilla as heiress of the throne, Bartok will be obliged to find out what really happend, at first he thinks the prime suspect is Flabbergasted witch Yaga. He will see attributing a continuation of tests quite more infernal the some than the others, and the new developments in the movie will not miss to surprise, him as the spectators.
Official Bartok the Magnificient characters