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Doubutsu Takarajima


Alternative Titles

English: Animal Treasure Island
Japanese: どうぶつ宝島

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 20, 1971
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Discotek Media
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Novel
Genres: Adventure
Duration: 1 hr. 15 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 6.571 (scored by 421 users)
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Ranked: #54252
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Popularity: #8240
Members: 1,197
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Synopsis

Jim is working as an innkeeper, together with his friend, the mouse Gran. One day, a mysterious man visits the inn, leaving a map behind. The map shows an island with a treasure. So the duo sets off in their own little boat, trying to fulfil their dreams and leaving the inn far behind. But it seems more people knows of the map, as they cross paths with Captain Silver and his band of wild pirates. Jim, Gran and their new friend Kathy tries to beat them in the treasure hunt that ensues.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kathy
Supporting
Amachi, Fusako
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Staff

Ikeda, Hiroshi
Director
Miyazaki, Hayao
Key Animation
Mori, Yasuji
Animation Director
Ebisawa, Kazuo
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May 25, 2018
Tyumace (All reviews)
In 1958 Toei Animation came out with their first feature lenght film, Hakujaden. This film was such a big succes that throughout the 60s and 70s they kept making a film like it every year. Generally these films tended to be high in production quality and in particular 1968’s Horus, Prince of the Sun wouldn’t be outshone as a sakuga showcase untill well into the 80s. Horus was a commercial failure, however, and Toei decided to change their business model and started making two films a year: one expensive and the other cheap. This change, together with the fact that a lot of talent working read more

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this movie was such a fun ride.
busterbeam - Dec 8, 2010
0 replies by busterbeam »»
Dec 8, 2010 10:15 AM