Anastasia is a full-length film realized by the 20th Century Fox, which regrettably will realize no more than three traditional cartoon movies because of Titan A.E's failure. It will be the release of the Ice Age movie, in 2002, that would make the 20th Century Fox back in the movie making business. ...
The 20th Century Fox is one of the most important production companies of the cinema industry. Their biggest success have been: this day Adversity, by James Cameron. It was created in 1915, originally under the name of Fox Film. In these debuts, the studio which we know today was mainly interested in the theater. The company developed very quickly, and in 1926, it made the 1,2 km acquisition ² of ground in the campaign on the West of Beverly Hills, where it made build Movieton City, the biggest cinema studio of its time. However, William Fox became bankrupt. With more than 500 theaters, Fox Film was placed in compulsory liquidation. The only choice which offered itself then to allow the studio to survive was a "fusion", and so in spring, 1935, its taken place with the Twenty Century Picturnes, the independent and very powerful organization. It is from there that we know its current name: The 20th Century Fox, renowned for its licenses.
Technical description of the movie:
Country of origin: United States
Scenario: Susan Gauthier, Bruce Graham, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White, Eric Tuchman.
Producers: Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
Musics and songs: David Newman, Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens
Studio / distributor: 20th Century Fox
Original title: Anastasia
Duration: 1:25 am min.
Meg Ryan... Anastasia
Lyz Callaway... Anastasia (singing)
John Cusack... Dimitri
Christopher Lloyd... Rasputin
Jim Cummings... Rasputin (singing)
Kelsey Grammar... Vladimir
Hank Azaria... Bartok
Angela Lansbury... Empress of Russia
Bernadette Peters... Sophie
Kirsten Dunst... Young person Anastasia
Glenn Walker Harris, Jr... Young person Dimitri
Céline Monsarrat... Anastasia
Katya Marcosy... Anastasia (singing)
Emmanuel Curtil... Dimitri
Richard Darbois... Rasputin
Jean-Michel Farcy... Vladimir
Richard Darbois... Vladimir (singing)
Patrick Guillemin... Bartok
Lucie Dolène... Empress of Russia
Barbarian Tissier... Sophie
Lacey Chabert ... Young Anastasia
Donald Reignoux... Young person Dimitri
Date release cinema in the USA: in November 14th, 1997
Date release in North American VHS: in June 8th, 1998
Date release in DVD in the USA: in November 16th, 1999
Date release in France: November 21st, 1997
Date release in VHS in France: in November 24th, 1999
Date release in DVD in France: in June 19th, 2002
Moved by a true story and endowed with a magnificent animation, Anastasia is a magnificent tale which will bewitch all of the family!
Join Anastasia and Dimitri in this unforgettable adventure and clarify the biggest mystery of the 20th century!
Adventure, love, comedy and music: Anastasia tells the fascinating history of a Russian princess in search of her real identity. When the shadow of the revolution invades Russia, Anastasia,the youngest child of the royal family, succeeds in escaping at the risk of her life. Years later, she meets Dimitri, a skilled swindler. Pursued without her knowing, Rasputin and Bartok, his delirious bat, Anastasia leaves for an extraordinary journey which will take her from Saint Petersburg to Paris.