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Baguda-jou no Touzoku


Alternative Titles

English: Burglars of Baghdad Castle
Synonyms: Baghdadjou no Touzoku, Baghdad-jou no Touzoku, Bagudajou no Touzoku
Japanese: 馬具田城の盗賊

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 1926
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Source: Original
Duration: 15 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 5.461 (scored by 110 users)
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Ranked: #76722
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Popularity: #9572
Members: 241
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Synopsis

In order to win the hand of a princess, a man must defeat an evil dragon and claim its treasured magic stone. Upon his return, Baghdad has been invaded and he must use the stone to defeat his new enemy.

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Oofuji, Noburou
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Apr 7, 2017
aniMayor (All reviews)
"This is Dangobei, the laziest man in Baghdad"

This is one of (if not *the*) earliest cut-out-animation films from Japan.

As far as mid-1920s cut-out animation goes, the animation quality is decent but nothing spectacular. I appreciated the effective usage of some cinematography effects, namely the fades, spotlight cut-outs and that unusual wreath-blossoming-spoitlight effect. I especially liked how many of the spotlight cut-outs had certain pieces intentionally sticking out of the spotlight, such as the antlers of Dangobei's helmet.

In terms of story and writing, there are some excellent gags in this short film. I especially laughed at the angry tree and the soldiers' over-the-top siege tactics. read more

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