Nutcracker Fantasy


Nutcracker Fantasy (くるみ割り人形 , Kurumiwari Ningyō, lit. The Nutcracker) is a Japanese stop motion animated film produced by Sanrio,[1] very loosely based on Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker and E.T.A. Hoffmann's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King.[2] It is directed by Takeo Nakamura and written by Shintaro Tsuji, Eugene A. Fournier and Thomas Joachim.[3] It was officially released in Japan on March 3, 1979 and later in the United States in July 6, 1979.[4] The film was nominated for the 1980 Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film and the 1980 Young Artist Award for Best Motion Picture featuring youth and won the 1980 Young Artist Award for Best Musical Entertainment.

Nutcracker Fantasy marks as the first stop-motion project by Sanrio, followed by Hello Kitty's Stump Village 37 years later. The film's overall animation style is reminiscent of all the original Rankin/Bass "Animagic" productions, shot at Tadahito Mochinaga's MOM Production (later renamed Video Tokyo Production) in which Nakamura work for. A remastered version of the film was announced by Sanrio, with an advanced screening at the 27th Tokyo International Film Festival in October 29, 2014 and released formally in theaters in November 29, 2014 as part of Hello Kitty's 40th anniversary.

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Nutcracker Fantasy fi
くるみ割り人形 (1979年の映画)
Genre:Fantasyfilm, Weihnachtsfilm
IMDB: 157
Darsteller:Melissa Gilbert
Christopher Lee
Roddy McDowall
Dick Van Patten
Eva Gabor
Jack Angel
Jo Anne Worley
Lurene Tuttle
Michele Lee
Ken Sansom
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Young Artist Awards
Young Artist Award
Best Musical Entertainment Featuring Youth - TV or Motion Picture
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
Saturn Award
Best Fantasy Film
Young Artist Awards
Young Artist Award
Best Motion Picture Featuring Youth
Chicago International Film Festival
Gold Hugo
Best Feature
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