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75 mins. Director/producer: Bruno Bozzetto. Live-action cast: Maurizo Nichetti (The Cartoonist), Maria Luisa Gi ovannini (The Cleaning Woman), Nestor Garay (The Orchestra Conductor), Ma u r i z i o Micheli (The Im p resario), Mi rella Falco (Old Lady Musician), Os valdo Salvi (Gorilla), Jolanda Cappi, Franca Mantelli (Old Lady Musicians). Consumer Tips: ✰✰✰✰ MPAA Rating: PG. Not for children. Classical music soundtrack includes Ravel’s Bolero, Dvorak’s Slavonic Dance #7, Debussy’s Prelude a L’Apres Midi d’un Faun, Vivaldi’s Concerto in C, Sibelius’s Valse Triste and Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite.
Might well be admired and eve n envied by Mr. ” It was a triumph for directors John Halas and his wife Joy Batchelor. He was a young animator in Hungary, an apprentice to George Pal. She was a commercial artist and screenwriter. , the largest and longest lasting of the British animation factories. It would be over a decade before someone else would attempt an adult-skewed animated feature ( Osamu Tezuka in Japan, and Ralph Bakshi in the United States we re among the first), but Halas and Batchelor certainly deserve praise for a classy, effective experiment that took animated films in a new direction.
Alakazam received the biggest budget and promotion, with an all-star voice cast and original music by popular bandleader Les Baxter. All three failed at the b ox office, with the result that subsequent Japanese animated theatrical features were only viable in America as children’s matinee movies, usually released directly to television and the 16mm rental market, until Akira in 1989 made action-adventure anime for teens and adults suitable for art-film release. Alakazam has remained available off and on through occasional television screenings and sporadic film rental and home video releases.