List of American theatrical animated feature films (1937-1999)

This list of theatrical animated feature films consists of animated films released theatrically, whether wide or limited, in the United States, between 1937 and 1999.

Made-for-TV and direct-to-video films will not be featured on this list, unless they have had a theatrical release in some form. Primarily live-action films with heavy use of special effects are also not included.

FilmsEdit

ReleasedEdit

Title Release date Accompanying short Medium Studio Distributor Running time Budget Box office RT MC MPA rating Note
Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons April 23, 1937 (matinee)[1]
May 19, 1937 (official release, released on a double-bill with Dreaming Lips)[2]
N/A Traditional animation Walt Disney Productions United Artists 41 N/A N/A N/A N/A NR The first animated film from Walt Disney before Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs December 21, 1937 (Carthay Circle Theatre)
February 4, 1938 (official release)
Fantasy on Skis
(1975 re-issue)
RKO Pictures 83 $1,499,000 $66,596,803 98% 95 G The very first animated film from Walt Disney and the first Disney Princess. Winner of an Academy Honorary Award.
Gulliver's Travels December 22, 1939 N/A Fleischer Studios Paramount Pictures 76 $700,000 $700,000 69% N/A NR The first animated film from Paramount Pictures, the first non-Disney animated film and the first animated film to be put in the public domain.
Pinocchio February 7, 1940 (Center Theatre)
February 23, 1940 (official release)
The Small One
(1978 re-issue)
Walt Disney Productions RKO Pictures 88 $2,289,247 $38,976,570 100% 99 G The second animated film from Walt Disney.
Fantasia November 13, 1940 Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom
(1963 re-issue)
Traditional animation/Live action 126 $2,280,000 $42,850,000 94% 96 The third animated film from Walt Disney, the first Disney animated film to have live action footage, the first animated film to feature Mickey Mouse, the first animated feature film to be presented in stereophonic surround sound and the first Disney package film.
The Reluctant Dragon June 20, 1941 N/A 74 $600,000 $960,000 N/A N/A NR The second Disney animated film with live action.
Dumbo October 23, 1941 (Broadway Theatre)
October 31, 1941 (official release)
Traditional animation 64 $950,000 $950,000 98% 96 G The fourth animated film from Walt Disney. Also adapted into a 2019 live-action remake of the same name.
Mr. Bug Goes to Town December 5, 1941 (official release)
February 13, 1942 (California)
February 20, 1942 (New York City)
Fleischer Studios Paramount Pictures 78 $100,000 $241,000 71% N/A NR The second animated film from Paramount Pictures.
Bambi August 9, 1942 (London)
August 13, 1942 (Radio City Music Hall)
August 21, 1942 (official release)
Alaskan Sled Dog
(1957 re-issue)
Walt Disney Productions RKO Pictures 70 $858,000 $168,200,000 90% 91 G The fifth animated film from Walt Disney. Inspired a 2006 sequel, Bambi II.
Saludos Amigos August 24, 1942 (Rio de Janeiro)
February 6, 1943 (Majestic Theatre, Boston)
February 19, 1943 (official release)
Seal Island
(1949 re-issue)
Traditional animation/Live action 42 $515,000 $1,135,000 83% 60 NR The sixth animated film from Walt Disney, the third Disney animated film with live action, the first animated film to feature Donald Duck and Goofy and the second Disney package film.
Victory Through Air Power July 17, 1943 (Globe Theatre) N/A United Artists 70 $788,000 $799,000 N/A N/A The fourth Disney animated film with live action and the first animated documentary film.
The Three Caballeros December 21, 1944 (Mexico City)
February 3, 1945 (official release)
RKO Pictures 72 N/A $3,355,000 82% 85 G A sequel to Saludos Amigos, the seventh animated film from Walt Disney, the fifth Disney animated film with live action, the third Disney package film and the first film to incorporate traditional animation with live action actors.
Make Mine Music April 20, 1946 (Globe Theatre)
August 15, 1946 (official release)
Traditional animation 68 $1,035,000 $3,275,000 70% 60 NR The eighth animated film from Walt Disney and the fourth Disney package film. Entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Song of the South November 12, 1946 (Fox Theatre)
November 20, 1946 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action 94 $2,125,000 $65,000,000 50% 54 G The sixth Disney animated film with live action.
Fun and Fancy Free September 27, 1947 73 N/A $3,165,000 67% 66 The ninth animated film from Walt Disney, the seventh Disney animated film with live action and the fifth Disney package film.
Melody Time May 27, 1948 75 $1,500,000 $2,560,000 80% 69 NR The 10th animated film from Walt Disney, the eighth Disney animated film with live action and the sixth Disney package film.
So Dear to My Heart November 29, 1948 (Chicago)
January 19, 1949 (Indiana Theatre)
82 $1,500,000 $3,700,000 52% N/A G The ninth Disney animated film with live action.
The Humpbacked Horse April 18, 1949 Traditional animation Soyuzmultfilm 70 N/A N/A N/A Was re-released in 1977 as The Magic Pony.
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad August 25, 1949 (private premiere at RKO Palace Theatre, hosted by Sally Joy Brown)
October 5, 1949 (official release)
Walt Disney Productions RKO Pictures 68 $1,625,000 94% 74 The 11th animated film from Walt Disney and the seventh Disney package film.
Cinderella February 15, 1950 (RKO Keith's Memorial Theatre)
February 22, 1950 (Mayfair Theatre)
March 30, 1950 (official release)
74 $2,900,000 $10,000,000 97% 85 The 12th animated film from Walt Disney and the second Disney Princess. Also inspired two direct-to-video sequels in 2002 and 2007. Adapted into a 2015 live-action remake of the same name.
The Emperor's Nightingale May 25, 1951 Stop motion/Live action Loutkovy Film Praha Rembrandt Films 72 N/A N/A 100% N/A NR The first animated film from Rembrandt Films.
Alice in Wonderland July 26, 1951 (London)
July 28, 1951 (Criterion Theatre)
Nature's Half Acre Traditional animation Walt Disney Productions RKO Pictures 75 $3,000,000 $5,600,000 81% 68 G The 13th animated film from Walt Disney. Also adapted into a 2010 live-action reimagining of the same name and its 2016 sequel.
Peter Pan February 5, 1953 (Balaban and Katz) Bear Country 77 $4,000,000 $7,000,000 81% 76 The 14th animated film from Walt Disney, the final Disney film to be distributed by RKO, and the final Disney film in which all nine members of Disney's Nine Old Men worked as directing animators. Entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Johnny the Giant Killer June 5, 1953 N/A Jean Image Films Lippert Pictures 80 N/A N/A N/A N/A NR The first animated film from Lippert Pictures and the second animated film to be put in the public domain.
Hansel and Gretel: An Opera Fantasy October 10, 1954 Stop motion RKO Pictures 73 G The first American non-Disney animated film since Mr. Bug Goes to Town and the first American feature-length animated film not made with traditional animation.
Animal Farm December 29, 1954 (New York City)
January 7, 1955 (London)
Traditional animation Halas and Batchelor Distributors Corporation of America 72 $350,000 69% NR The first animated film from Distributors Corporation of America, the first adult animated film and the first British animated film ever made (save for two instructional films).
Lady and the Tramp June 16, 1955 (Balaban and Katz)
June 22, 1955 (official release)
Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Film Distribution 76 $4,000,000 $36,359,037 93% 78 G The 15th animated film from Walt Disney and the first animated film to be presented in the CinemaScope widescreen process. Also inspired a 2001 direct-to-video sequel. Adapted into a 2019 live-action remake of the same name.
Sleeping Beauty January 29, 1959 (Fox Wilshire Theatre) 75 $6,000,000 $36,479,805 89% 85 The 16th animated film from Walt Disney, the third Disney Princess and the first animated film to be presented in the Super Technirama 70 widescreen process. Also inspired the live-action media franchise Maleficent.
The Snow Queen November 20, 1959 Soyuzmultfilm Universal Pictures 64 N/A N/A N/A N/A NR The first animated film from Universal Pictures. Also marked the first purchase of a Soviet film by an American company.
1001 Arabian Nights December 1, 1959 UPA Columbia Pictures 75 $2,000,000 The first animated film from Columbia Pictures and the first animated film from UPA.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 25, 1961 (Florida Theatre) Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 79 $3,600,000 $85,000,000 98% 83 G The 17th animated film from Walt Disney and the first animated film to use the xerography process. Also adapted into two live-action remakes (101 Dalmatians, 102 Dalmatians). It inspired a 2003 direct-to-video sequel and a 2021 live-action spinoff.
Magic Boy June 22, 1961 Anime Toei Animation Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 83 N/A N/A N/A N/A The first animated film from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and the very first anime film released in the United States.
Panda and the Magic Serpent July 8, 1961 Global Pictures 78 NR The first animated film from Global Pictures.
Alakazam the Great July 26, 1961 American International Pictures 88 47% The first animated film from American International Pictures.
A Midsummer Night's Dream December 18, 1961 Stop motion Studio Kresleného a Loutkového Filmu Showcorporation 76 89% The first animated film from Showcorporation and the first puppet kinescope in the world.
Heaven and Earth Magic January 1, 1962 Cutout animation Mystic Fire Video 66 61% Listed in the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.
Gay Purr-ee October 24, 1962 Traditional animation UPA Warner Bros. Pictures 85 80% G The first animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the second animated film from UPA.
The Sword in the Stone December 25, 1963 Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore
(1983 re-issue)
Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 79 $3,000,000 $22,200,000 66% 61 The 18th animated film from Walt Disney and the last Disney animated film released during Walt Disney's lifetime.
The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon January 1, 1964 N/A Anime Toei Animation Columbia Pictures 86 N/A N/A 78% N/A NR The second animated film from Columbia Pictures.
The Incredible Mr. Limpet January 20, 1964 (Weeki Wachee Springs Underwater Theater)
March 28, 1964 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Warner Bros. Pictures 99 40% G The first Warner Bros. animated film with live action.
Of Stars and Men April 28, 1964 (Beekman Theatre)
May 13, 1964 (official release)
A collection of Hubley/UPA shorts Traditional animation Hubley Productions Brandon Films 53 N/A NR The first animated film from Brandon Films.
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! June 3, 1964 N/A Hanna-Barbera Productions Columbia Pictures 89 $1,130,000 51% G The third animated film from Columbia Pictures, the first animated film from Hanna-Barbera and the first animated feature-length film to be based on a television series. Was re-released by Clubhouse Pictures in 1986.
Mary Poppins August 27, 1964 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
September 24, 1964 (Radio City Music Hall)
Traditional animation/Live action Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 139 $6,000,000 $31,000,000 100% 88 The 10th Disney animated film with live action. Nominee of an Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Man from Button Willow April 3, 1965 Traditional animation Eagle Films United Screen Arts 81 N/A N/A N/A N/A The first animated film from United Screen Arts.
Willy McBean and His Magic Machine June 23, 1965 Stop motion Videocraft International
Dentsu Motion Pictures
Magna Pictures Distribution Corporation 94 60% NR The first animated film from Magna Pictures Distribution Corporation and the first animated theatrical feature-length film from Rankin/Bass.
The Magic World of Topo Gigio November 26, 1965 Stop motion/Live action Cinecidi
Jolly Film
Sullivan Enterprises
Columbia Pictures 75 N/A The fourth animated film from Columbia Pictures and the first Columbia animated film with live action.
Pinocchio in Outer Space December 22, 1965 Traditional animation Belvision Studios Universal Pictures 71 40% The second animated film from Universal Pictures.
Alice of Wonderland in Paris February 5, 1966 White Mane Childhood Productions 52 N/A G Was re-released by Paramount Pictures in the 1970s as Alice in a New Wonderland.
The Daydreamer June 1, 1966 N/A Stop motion/Live action Videocraft International Embassy Pictures 101 $2,000,000 40% NR The first animated film from Embassy Pictures and the second animated film from Rankin/Bass.
Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon July 23, 1966 Anime Toei Animation Continental Distributing 85 N/A N/A The first animated film from Continental Distributing, Inc.
The Man Called Flintstone August 3, 1966 Traditional animation Hanna-Barbera Productions Columbia Pictures 89 49% The fifth animated film from Columbia Pictures and the second animated film from Hanna-Barbera.
Mad Monster Party? March 8, 1967 Stop motion Rankin/Bass Productions Embassy Pictures 95 70% The second animated film from Embassy Pictures and the third animated film from Rankin/Bass.
The Wacky World of Mother Goose September 27, 1967 Traditional animation Rankin/Bass Productions
Toei Animation
81 N/A The third animated film from Embassy Pictures and the fourth animated film from Rankin/Bass.
The Jungle Book October 18, 1967 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre, released on a double-bill with Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar) Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 78 $4,000,000 $137,741,048 88% 65 G The 19th animated film from Walt Disney and the last Disney animated film that Walt Disney produced. Also adapted into two live-action remakes of the same name, one 1994, the other in 2016.
Yellow Submarine July 17, 1968 (United Kingdom)
November 13, 1968 (official release)
Apple Corps
King Features Syndicate
TVC London
United Artists 90 $250,000 $1,273,261[3] 95% 79 The third animated film from United Artists and the first since 1943's Victory Through Air Power. Released in two versions. Distribution rights later went to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
A Boy Named Charlie Brown December 4, 1969 (Radio City Music Hall) Cinema Center Films
Lee Mendelson Films
United Feature Syndicate
National General Pictures 86 $1,100,000 $12,000,000 95% N/A The first animated film from National General Pictures and the first animated film to feature Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang.
Santa and the Three Bears November 7, 1970 Traditional animation/Live action Tony Benedict Productions
Key Industries
R&S Film Enterprises 46 N/A N/A 65% The first animated film from R&S Film Enterprises, Inc. and the first animated theatrical Christmas-themed film. Edited for television airings.
The Phantom Tollbooth MGM Animation/Visual Arts Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 89 100% The second animated film from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and the first MGM animated film with live action.
The Aristocats December 11, 1970 (Westwood Village Theatre)
December 25, 1970 (official release)
Niok the Orphan Elephant Traditional animation Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 78 $4,000,000 $28,000,000 64% 66 The 20th animated film from Walt Disney and the last Disney animated film to be personally approved by Walt Disney himself.
The World of Hans Christian Andersen March 1, 1971 N/A Anime Toei Animation United Artists 73 N/A N/A N/A N/A The fourth animated film from United Artists and the first anime film released in the United States since Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon.
Shinbone Alley June 26, 1970 (Atlanta Film Festival)
April 7, 1971 (official release)
Traditional animation Fine Arts Films Allied Artists 84 69% The first animated film from Allied Artists.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks October 7, 1971 (United Kingdom)
November 11, 1971 (Radio City Music Hall)
November 19, 1971 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 117 $6,300,000 $8,500,000 66% 59 The 11th Disney animated film with live action. Restored in 1996 with 20 minutes of deleted content edited back into the film.
Fritz the Cat April 12, 1972 Traditional animation Bakshi Productions
Fritz Productions
Aurica Finance Company
Krantz Films
Cinemation Industries 78 $700,000 $90,000,000 57% 54 X The first animated from Ralph Bakshi, the first animated film from Cinemation Industries, the first adult animated film since Animal Farm and the first animated film to receive an X rating in the United States.
Cleopatra: Queen of Sex April 24, 1972 Anime Mushi Productions Xanadu Productions 112 N/A N/A N/A N/A The first animated film from Xanadu Productions.
Snoopy Come Home August 9, 1972 Traditional animation Cinema Center Films
Lee Mendelson Films
United Feature Syndicate
National General Pictures 80 $1,000,000 $245,073 93% G A sequel to A Boy Named Charlie Brown and the second animated film from National General Pictures.
Journey Back to Oz December 14, 1972 (United Kingdom) Filmation Seymour Borde 88 N/A N/A 46% The first animated film from Filmation and the first animated film adaptation of the Oz books to hit the big screen. Was not released in the United States until 1974.
Charlotte's Web February 22, 1973 (Radio City Music Hall)
March 1, 1973 (official release)
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Sagittarius Productions
Paramount Pictures 94 $2,400,000 77% 73 The third animated film from Paramount Pictures and the third animated film from Hanna-Barbera. Also inspired a 2003 direct-to-video sequel and a 2006 live-action film adaptation of the same name.
Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon April 12, 1973 Animation International
Porter Animations
British Empire Films 82 $650,000 N/A N/A N/A The first Australian animated film ever made.
Treasure Island July 10, 1973 Filmation Warner Bros. Pictures 87 $1,050,000 NR The second animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the second animated film from Filmation.
Heavy Traffic August 8, 1973 Traditional animation/Live action Bakshi Productions
Steve Krantz Productions
American International Pictures 76 $950,000 $1,500,000 89% R The second animated from Ralph Bakshi and the second animated film from American International Pictures.
Fantastic Planet December 1, 1973 Traditional animation Les Films Armorial
Ceskoslovensky Filmexport
New World Pictures 71 N/A N/A 91% PG The first animated film from New World Pictures. Entered into the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.
Robin Hood November 8, 1973 (Radio City Music Hall)
December 21, 1973 (official release)
Nature's Strangest Creatures Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 83 $5,000,000 $27,500,000 54% 57 G The 21st animated film from Walt Disney.
The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat June 26, 1974 N/A Steve Krantz Productions
Cine Camera
American International Pictures 76 $1,500,000 N/A 38% N/A R A sequel to Fritz the Cat and the third animated film from American International Pictures. Entered into the 1974 Cannes Film Festival.
Down and Dirty Duck July 8, 1974 (Los Angeles) Murakami-Wolf Productions New World Pictures 70 $110,000 N/A X The second animated film from New World Pictures.
Oliver Twist July 10, 1974 Filmation Warner Bros. Pictures 91 $1,050,000 NR The third animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the third animated film from Filmation.
Tubby the Tuba April 1, 1975 New York Institute of Technology AVCO Embassy Pictures 88 N/A G The fourth animated film from AVCO Embassy Pictures.
Aladdin and His Magic Lamp July 1, 1975 Jean Image Films Paramount Pictures 71 The fourth animated film from Paramount Pictures.
Coonskin August 20, 1975 Traditional animation/Live action Bakshi Productions
Albert S. Ruddy Productions
Bryanston Distributing Company 84 $1,600,000 79% R The third animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the first animated film from Bryanston Distributing Company.
Bugs Bunny: Superstar December 19, 1975 Hare-Raising Films United Artists 90 N/A 56% NR The fifth animated film from United Artists and the first animated film to feature Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters. A compilation of nine previously released cartoons edited into one film.
Jack and the Beanstalk February 13, 1976 Anime Group TAC
Nippon Herald Films
Columbia Pictures 96 65% G The sixth animated film from Columbia Pictures.
Hugo the Hippo June 16, 1976 Traditional animation Brut Productions
Pannonia Film Studio
20th Century Fox 75 $1,000,000 100% The first animated film from 20th Century Fox.
Once Upon a Girl September 10, 1976 Traditional animation/Live action Concelation a Girl
Tommy J. Productions
Severin Films 80 N/A N/A X The first animated pornographic film.
Once Upon a Time October 30, 1976 Traditional animation Rolf Kauka Films
Gamma Films
G.G. Communications 78 G The first animated film from G.G. Communications.
Wizards February 9, 1977 Bakshi Productions 20th Century Fox 81 $2,000,000 $9,000,000 59% PG The fourth animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the second animated film from 20th Century Fox.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh March 11, 1977 (released on a double-bill with The Littlest Horse Thieves) Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 74 N/A N/A 100% G The 22nd animated film from Walt Disney and the eighth Disney package film. Contains three previously released featurettes (Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too. It inspired five direct-to-video sequels (Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, Seasons of Giving, A Very Merry Pooh Year, Springtime with Roo, and Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie).
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure April 1, 1977 Traditional animation/Live action Bobbs-Merrill Company
Richard Williams Productions
20th Century Fox 85 $4,000,000 $1,350,000 56% The first animated film from Richard Williams and the first Fox animated film with live action.
The Rescuers June 22, 1977 (released on a double-bill with A Tale of Two Critters) Mickey's Christmas Carol
(1983 re-issue)
Traditional animation Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 77 $7,500,000 $48,000,000 81% 74 The 23rd animated film from Walt Disney.
Allegro Non Troppo July 27, 1977 N/A Traditional animation/Live action Bruno Bozzetto Film
Ministero del Turismo e dello Spettacolo
Specialty Films 81 N/A N/A 89% N/A PG A parody of Fantasia.
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown August 3, 1977 (New York)
August 24, 1977 (everywhere else)
Traditional animation Bill Melendez Productions
Lee Mendelson Films
United Feature Syndicate
Paramount Pictures 76 $3,200,000 80% 55 G A sequel to A Boy Named Charlie Brown and Snoopy Come Home, and the fifth animated film from Paramount Pictures.
The Mouse and His Child November 23, 1977 Anime Murakami-Wolf-Swenson Sanrio 83 $1,600,000 N/A 60% N/A The first animated film from Sanrio.
Pete's Dragon November 3, 1977 (Radio City Music Hall)
December 16, 1977 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 128 $10,000,000 $16,100,000 54% 46 The 12th Disney animated film with live action and the first animated film to be presented in Dolby Stereo. Adapted into a 2016 remake of the same name.
Metamorphoses May 3, 1978 Anime Sanrio 80 N/A N/A N/A N/A PG The second animated film from Sanrio. Was re-released in the fall of 1979 as Winds of Change.
Watership Down October 19, 1978 (United Kingdom)
November 8, 1978 (official release)
Traditional animation Nepenthe Productions AVCO Embassy Pictures 92 $2,400,000 82% 64 The first animated film from Nepenthe Productions and the fifth animated film from AVCO Embassy Pictures.
The Lord of the Rings November 15, 1978 Rotoscoping Fantasy Films United Artists 133 $4,000,000 $30,500,000 52% N/A The fifth animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the sixth animated film from United Artists. Served as inspiration for Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film series.
The Water Babies June 23, 1978 (United Kingdom)
June 15, 1979 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Ariadne Films
Studio Minitaur Filmowych
The Samuel Goldwyn Company 105 $1,000,000 N/A 71% G The first animated film from The Samuel Goldwyn Company.
Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July July 1, 1979 Stop motion Rankin/Bass Productions AVCO Embassy Pictures 98 N/A 20% NR The sixth animated film from AVCO Embassy Pictures and the fifth animated film from Rankin/Bass. Was later aired as a holiday special.
Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle September 14, 1979 Traditional animation Société Nouvelle de Doublage SND
Valisa Films Productions
International Harmony 79 N/A R The first animated film from International Harmony.
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie September 29, 1979 (New York Film Festival)
September 30, 1979 (Guild 50th Theatre)
Chuck Jones Enterprises
Warner Bros. Cartoons
Warner Bros. Pictures 98 $6,280 100% G The fourth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first of five compilation films featuring the Looney Tunes characters.
Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid October 19, 1979 Anime Toei Animation G.G. Communications 70 N/A 82% The second animated film from G.G. Communications. Predated the Disney adaptation by more than 10 years.
Nutcracker Fantasy November 21, 1979 Stop motion Sanrio 82 72% The third animated film from Sanrio. Was remade in 2014 as part of Hello Kitty's 40th anniversary celebration.
Galaxy Express 999 May 16, 1980 Anime Toei Animation New World Pictures 91 $40,253,018 92% PG The third animated film from New World Pictures and the first anime film to receive theatrical distribution in the United States after the establishment of anime fandom in that country.
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) May 23, 1980 (New York)
May 30, 1980 (everywhere else)
Traditional animation Bill Melendez Productions
Lee Mendelson Films
United Feature Syndicate
Paramount Pictures 76 $2,000,000 79% G A sequel to A Boy Named Charlie Brown, Snoopy Come Home and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown, and the sixth animated film from Paramount Pictures. Released to celebrate Charlie Brown's 30th anniversary.
I Go Pogo August 1, 1980 Stop motion O.G.P.I.
Possum Productions
21st Century Film Corporation 86 N/A N/A PG The first animated film from 21st Century Film Corporation and the first election-themed animated film.
Hurray for Betty Boop November 21, 1980 Traditional animation Dan Dalton Productions
National Telefilm Associates
New Line Cinema 78 G The first animated film from New Line Cinema and the first animated film to feature Betty Boop.
American Pop February 13, 1981 Rotoscoping Bakshi Productions Columbia Pictures 96 61% 57 R The sixth animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the seventh animated film from Columbia Pictures.
The Fox and the Hound June 16, 1981 (Bloomingdale's)
July 10, 1981 (official release)
Once Upon a Mouse Traditional animation Walt Disney Productions Buena Vista Distribution 83 $12,000,000 $39,900,000 70% 65 G The 24th animated film from Walt Disney. Also inspired a 2006 direct-to-video sequel.
Heavy Metal August 7, 1981 N/A Guardian Trust Company
CFDC
Famous Players
Potterton Productions
Columbia Pictures 90 $9,300,000 $20,100,000 60% 51 R The eighth animated film from Columbia Pictures and the first Canadian animated feature to have a theatrical release in the United States. Also inspired a 2000 sequel, Heavy Metal 2000.
Grendel Grendel Grendel November 7, 1981 (Chicago)
April 11, 1982 (New York)
Victorian Film Satori Corporation 88 $550,000 N/A 62% N/A NR The first animated film from Satori Corporation.
The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie November 20, 1981 (New York)
November 25, 1981 (everywhere else)
Knighty Knight Bugs Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 79 N/A 67% G A sequel to The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie and the fifth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Secret of NIMH July 1, 1982 (Edens Theatre, Chicago)
July 2, 1982 (official release)
N/A Don Bluth Productions
Aurora Productions
MGM/UA Entertainment 82 $7,000,000 $14,665,733 93% 76 The first animated film from Don Bluth and the first animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company. Also inspired a 1998 direct-to-video sequel.
King Dick July 3, 1982 Monti Transocean International 67 N/A N/A N/A N/A X Released in three English dubs.
Pink Floyd – The Wall July 14, 1982 (Empire, Leicester Square)
July 16, 1982 (United Kingdom)
August 13, 1982 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Goldcrest Films
Tin Blue Productions
MGM/UA Entertainment 95 $12,000,000 $22,244,207 69% 47 R The second animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company and the first animated film to be presented in Dolby Stereo 70mm six-track surround sound. Entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
Hey Good Lookin' October 1, 1982 (New York)
January 21, 1983 (Los Angeles)
Traditional animation Bakshi Productions Warner Bros. Pictures 77 $1,500,000 N/A 51% N/A Originally finished in 1975. The seventh animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the sixth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Wizard of Oz October 6, 1982 Anime Topcraft Alan Enterprises 78 N/A $612,300 N/A NR An anime adaptation of The Wizard of Oz.
Heidi's Song November 19, 1982 Traditional animation Hanna-Barbera Productions Paramount Pictures 94 $5,124,391 100% G The seventh animated film from Paramount Pictures and the fourth animated film from Hanna-Barbera.
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 74 $78,350 63% A sequel to The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie and The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, and the sixth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Last Unicorn Rankin/Bass Productions
ITC Entertainment
Topcraft
Jensen Farley Pictures 93 $6,455,330 73% 70 The first animated film from Jensen Farley Pictures and the sixth animated film from Rankin/Bass.
Mighty Mouse in the Great Space Chase December 10, 1982 (matinee) Filmation
Viacom Productions
Children's Video Library 86 N/A N/A N/A NR The fourth animated film from Filmation, and a re-edited version of the serialized The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle & Jeckle episode, "The Great Space Chase".
The Dark Crystal December 13, 1982 (New York City)
December 17, 1982 (official release)
Traditional animation
/Puppetry
Henson Associates
ITC Entertainment
Universal Pictures 93 $25,000,000 $40,577,001 79% 66 PG The first animated film from Jim Henson and the third animated film from Universal Pictures.
Rock & Rule April 15, 1983 (Boston) Traditional animation Nelvana
CFDC
Famous Players
Canada Trust
MGM/UA Entertainment 81 $8,000,000 $30,379 72% N/A The third animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company, the first animated film from Nelvana, the first animated film to feature CGI and the first Canadian animated film to be produced in English.
Twice Upon a Time August 5, 1983 Cutout animation Korty Films
Lucasfilm
The Ladd Company
Warner Bros. Pictures 75 N/A N/A 91% The seventh animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first animated film from Lucasfilm.
Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island Traditional animation Warner Bros. Animation 78 67% G The eighth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first Looney Tunes compilation film to center on Daffy Duck instead of Bugs Bunny.
Fire and Ice August 19, 1983 (limited release)
August 26, 1983 (official release)
Rotoscoping Producers Sales Organization 20th Century Fox 82 $1,200,000 $860,000 60% 45 PG The eighth animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the third animated film from 20th Century Fox.
The Smurfs and the Magic Flute November 11, 1983 (matinee)
November 23, 1983 (official release)
Traditional animation Éditions Dupuis
Belvision Studios
Atlantic Releasing Corporation 74 N/A $19,000,000 44% N/A G The first animated film from Atlantic Releasing Corporation. Originally released in 1976. Was released in the US at the height of the TV show's popularity.
Gallavants November 28, 1984 Marvel Productions Shapiro Entertainment 95 N/A 57% The first animated film from Marvel Productions and the first animated film from Shapiro Entertainment.
The Plague Dogs October 21, 1982 (United Kingdom)
January 9, 1985 (official release)
Nepenthe Productions
Goldcrest Films
Embassy Pictures 85 57% PG-13 The second animated film from Nepenthe Productions and the seventh animated film from Embassy Pictures.
Here Come the Littles January 18, 1985 (limited release)
May 24, 1985 (official release)
ABC Entertainment
DIC Entertainment
TMS Entertainment
Atlantic Releasing Corporation 72 $6,565,359 57% G The second animated film from Atlantic Releasing Corporation and the first animated film from DIC Entertainment.
The Secret of the Sword March 22, 1985 Filmation 91 $2,000,000 $6,500,000 60% The third animated film from Atlantic Releasing Corporation and the fifth animated film from Filmation. Kicked off a trend of theatrical animated features based on toy lines during the mid-1980s. Was re-released by Kidtoon Films in 2006.
The Care Bears Movie March 24, 1985 (Circle Avalon Theatre)
March 29, 1985 (official release)
Strawberry Shortcake Meets the Berrykins Nelvana
American Greetings
The Samuel Goldwyn Company 76 $2,000,000 $22,934,622 50% The second animated film from The Samuel Goldwyn Company, the second animated film from Nelvana and the first animated film to feature the Care Bears. Entered into the 1985 Cannes Film Festival.
Warriors of the Wind June 14, 1985 N/A Anime Topcraft New World Pictures 95 $1,736,714 $1,720,000 88% 86 PG The fourth animated film from New World Pictures. Rights now owned by Studio Ghibli.
The Black Cauldron July 9, 1985 (Radio City Music Hall)
July 24, 1985 (official release)
Chips Ahoy Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners II
Buena Vista Distribution 80 $44,000,000 $21,288,692 53% 59 The 25th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation. Was re-released in 1990 as Taran and the Magic Cauldron.
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer November 16, 1985 (matinee) N/A DIC Entertainment Warner Bros. Pictures 85 N/A $4,889,971 0% N/A G The ninth animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the second animated film from DIC Entertainment.
Starchaser: The Legend of Orin November 22, 1985 Young Sung Production Atlantic Releasing Corporation 100 $15,000,000 $3,360,800 64% PG The fourth animated film from Atlantic Releasing Corporation and the first animated feature film to be released in 3D.
The Adventures of Mark Twain January 17, 1986 Claymation Will Vinton Productions
Harbour Town Films
Clubhouse Pictures 86 $1,500,000 $849,915 80% G Launch films for Clubhouse Pictures.
Heathcliff: The Movie Traditional animation DIC Entertainment 70 N/A $2,610,686 52%
The Adventures of the American Rabbit Murakami-Wolf-Swenson
Toei Animation
82 $1,268,443 56%
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation March 7, 1986 (limited release)
March 21, 1986 (official release)
LBS Communications
Nelvana
Wang Film Productions
American Greetings
Columbia Pictures 76 $8,540,346 48% A sequel to The Care Bears Movie, the ninth animated film from Columbia Pictures and the third animated film from Nelvana.
GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords March 21, 1986 Hanna-Barbera Productions
Tonka
Clubhouse Pictures 71 $1,338,264 20% The fourth animated film from Clubhouse Pictures and the fifth animated film from Hanna-Barbera.
The Cosmic Eye June 6, 1986 Hubley Studios Upfront Films N/A N/A NR The first animated film from Upfront Films.
My Little Pony: The Movie June 6, 1986 (limited release)
June 20, 1986 (official release)
Sunbow Entertainment
Marvel Productions
De Laurentiis Entertainment Group 87 $5,500,000 $5,958,456 73% G The first animated film from De Laurentiis Entertainment Group and the first animated film to feature My Little Pony characters.
The Great Mouse Detective June 29, 1986 (Walt Disney Studios)
July 2, 1986 (official release)
Clock Cleaners Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners II
Buena Vista Distribution 74 $14,000,000 $25,336,794 80% 73 The 26th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation and the first Disney animated film to extensively use CGI. Was re-released in 1992 as The Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective.
Robotech: The Movie July 25, 1986 (Fort Worth) N/A Anime Harmony Gold USA
Tatsunoko Production
The Cannon Group 82 $8,000,000 N/A 40% N/A PG The first animated film from The Cannon Group.
The Transformers: The Movie August 8, 1986 Traditional animation Sunbow Entertainment
Marvel Productions
De Laurentiis Entertainment Group 85 $6,000,000 $5,849,647 58% The second animated film from De Laurentiis Entertainment Group.
An American Tail November 16, 1986 (Village 6, Missoula)
November 21, 1986 (official release)
Amblin Entertainment
Sullivan Bluth Studios
Universal Pictures 80 $9,000,000 $47,483,002 71% 38 G The second animated film from Don Bluth, the fourth animated film from Universal Pictures and the first animated film from Amblin Entertainment.
The Chipmunk Adventure May 22, 1987 Bagdasarian Productions The Samuel Goldwyn Company 78 N/A $6,804,312 75% N/A The third animated film from The Samuel Goldwyn Company and the first animated film to feature Alvin and the Chipmunks.
The Puppetoon Movie June 12, 1987 Stop motion Arnold Leibovit Entertainment Expanded Entertainment 90 N/A 80% The first animated film from Expanded Entertainment.
The Brave Little Toaster July 10, 1987 (Wadsworth Theatre) Traditional animation Hyperion Pictures
The Kushner-Locke Company
Wang Film Productions
Hyperion Pictures 86 $2,300,000 $2,300,000 77% NR The first animated film from Hyperion Pictures and the first animated film to mix hand-drawn characters into a CGI environment. Also inspired two direct-to-video sequels (The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue).
The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland August 7, 1987 Nelvana
Wang Film Productions
American Greetings
Cineplex Odeon Films 75 $5,000,000 $2,608,000 N/A G A sequel to The Care Bears Movie and Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation, the first animated film from Cineplex Odeon Films and the fourth animated film from Nelvana. Entered into the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night December 25, 1987 Filmation New World Pictures 83 $10,000,000 $3,261,638 57% The fifth animated film from New World Pictures and the sixth animated film from Filmation.
Light Years January 29, 1988 The Duxorcist Col.Ima.Son
Films A2
Miramax Films 82 N/A $370,698 73% PG The first animated film from Miramax Films.
When the Wind Blows October 24, 1986 (United Kingdom)
March 11, 1988 (official release)
N/A Traditional animation/Stop motion Meltdown Productions
British Screen
Film Four International
TVC London
Penguin Books
Kings Road Entertainment 80 $5,274 88% NR The first animated film from Kings Road Entertainment.
Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw March 20, 1988 (Children's Film and Television Center of America)
March 25, 1988 (official release)
Traditional animation Carolco Pictures
Atlantic/Kushner-Locke
The Maltese Companies
Wang Film Productions
Tonka
TriStar Pictures 78 $586,938 25% G The first animated film from TriStar Pictures, the first animated film from Carolco Pictures and the first animated film to be presented in Ultra Stereo.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 21, 1988 (Radio City Music Hall)
June 22, 1988 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Touchstone Pictures
Amblin Entertainment
Silver Screen Partners III
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 104 $50,600,000 $238,092,038 97% 83 PG The first Touchstone animated film with live action, the second animated film from Amblin Entertainment and the second animated film from Richard Williams. Renewed people's interest in animated films, nominee of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and winner of a Special Achievement Academy Award.
BraveStarr: The Movie August 19, 1988 Traditional animation Filmation Taurus Entertainment 87 N/A N/A N/A N/A The first animated film from Taurus Entertainment and the seventh animated film from Filmation.
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters September 24, 1988 (matinee, New York) The Night of the Living Duck Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 79 71% G A sequel to Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island, the 10th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the final of five compilation films featuring the Looney Tunes characters.
The Land Before Time November 18, 1988 Amazing Stories: Family Dog Amblin Entertainment
Sullivan Bluth Studios
Universal Pictures 69 $48,092,846 70% 66 The third animated film from Don Bluth, the fifth animated film from Universal Pictures and the third animated film from Amblin Entertainment. Also inspired 13 direct-to-video sequels (The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure, The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving, The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists, The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island, The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock, The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire, The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze, The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water, The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration, The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses, The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers, The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends, and The Land Before Time XIV: Journey of the Brave).
Oliver & Company November 13, 1988 (Ziegfeld Theatre)
November 18, 1988 (official release)
N/A Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners III
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 74 $31,000,000 $53,279,055 50% 58 The 27th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation and the first animated film to include real-world advertising.
Castle in the Sky March 31, 1989 Anime Studio Ghibli Streamline Pictures 124 $3,300,000 $15,500,000 96% 78 PG The first animated film from Streamline Pictures and the first animated Studio Ghibli film to be theatrically released in the United States.
Twilight of the Cockroaches May 12, 1989 (Chicago) Anime/Live action Madhouse
Kitty Films
105 N/A N/A 77% N/A NR The second animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Babar: The Movie July 28, 1989 Traditional animation Nelvana
Ellipse Programme
The Clifford Ross Company
New Line Cinema 74 $1,305,187 73% G The second animated film from New Line Cinema and the fifth animated film from Nelvana.
All Dogs Go to Heaven November 17, 1989 Goldcrest Films
Sullivan Bluth Studios
MGM/UA Entertainment 85 $13,800,000 $27,100,027 44% 50 The fourth animated film from Don Bluth and the fourth animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company.
The Little Mermaid November 13, 1989 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
November 17, 1989 (official release)
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners IV
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 83 $40,000,000 $84,355,863 93% 88 The 28th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the fourth Disney Princess and the last Disney animated film to use cel animation. Experimented with CAPS, kicked off the Disney Renaissance, nominee of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. It inspired a 2000 direct-to-video sequel and a 2008 direct-to-video prequel.
Akira June 8, 1990 Anime TMS Entertainment Streamline Pictures 124 $5,500,000 $25,000,000 90% N/A R The third animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Jetsons: The Movie July 6, 1990 Traditional animation Hanna-Barbera Productions Universal Pictures 82 N/A $20,305,841 27% 46 G The sixth animated film from Universal Pictures and the sixth animated film from Hanna-Barbera.
DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp August 3, 1990 Dude Duck Walt Disney Pictures
Disney MovieToons
Walt Disney Television Animation
Walt Disney Animation France
Silver Screen Partners IV
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 74 $20,000,000 $18,115,724 88% N/A The first animated film from Disney MovieToons, the first animated film from Walt Disney Television Animation and the first time Disney distributed an animated film not made by Walt Disney Feature Animation.
Lensman September 26, 1990 N/A Anime Madhouse Streamline Pictures 107 N/A N/A 86% PG-13 The fourth animated film from Streamline Pictures.
The Rescuers Down Under November 11, 1990 (Walt Disney Studios)
November 16, 1990 (official release)
The Prince and the Pauper Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners IV
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 77 $47,431,461 70% 70 G A sequel to The Rescuers, the 29th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the first Disney animated film to fully use CAPS, and the first film to be completely created digitally.
The Nutcracker Prince November 21, 1990 N/A Lacewood Productions
Boulevard Entertainment
Allied Filmmakers
Warner Bros. Pictures 73 $1,781,694 14% N/A The 11th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
Kiki's Delivery Service December 21, 1990 Anime Studio Ghibli Streamline Pictures 103 $6,900,000 $41,473,715 98% 83 The fifth animated film from Streamline Pictures and the second animated Studio Ghibli film to be theatrically released in the United States.
The Castle of Cagliostro April 3, 1991 TMS Entertainment 100 $4,830,918 $295,200 95% 71 PG-13 The sixth animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Robot Carnival May 15, 1991 A.P.P.P. 90 N/A N/A 82% N/A NR The seventh animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Rover Dangerfield August 2, 1991 Traditional animation Hyperion Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 74 40% G The 12th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the second animated film from Hyperion Animation.
Fist of the North Star September 27, 1991 (Salt Lake City)
November 15, 1991 (New York)
Anime Toei Animation Streamline Pictures 110 $6,742,698 $17,338,368 78% R The eighth animated film from Streamline Pictures.
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West November 17, 1991 (Kennedy Center)
November 22, 1991 (official release)
Traditional animation Amblin Entertainment
Amblimation
Universal Pictures 75 $16,500,000 $40,766,041 54% G A sequel to An American Tail, the seventh animated film from Universal Pictures, the fourth animated film from Amblin Entertainment and the first animated film from Amblimation. Also inspired two direct-to-video sequels (An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island, and An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster).
Beauty and the Beast September 29, 1991 (New York Film Festival)
November 15, 1991 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 22, 1991 (official release)
Tangled Ever After
(2012 3D re-issue)
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Silver Screen Partners IV
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 85 $25,000,000 $248,802,521 94% 95 The 30th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation and the fifth Disney Princess. Winner of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, nominee of an Academy Award for Best Picture, was re-released in IMAX in 2002 with extra song added ("Human Again") and in 3D in 2012. It inspired three direct-to-video sequels (Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, Belle's Magical World, and Belle's Tales of Friendship). Adapted into a 2017 live-action remake of the same name.
Evil Toons October 21, 1991 (American Film Market)
January 8, 1992 (official release)
N/A Traditional animation/Live action American Independent Productions
Curb/Esquire Films
Prism Entertainment Corporation 83 $140,000 N/A 25% N/A R The first animated film from Prism Entertainment Corporation.
Rock-a-Doodle March 20, 1992 (Circle Theatre)
April 3, 1992 (official release)
Goldcrest Films
Sullivan Bluth Studios
The Samuel Goldwyn Company 74 $18,000,000 $11,657,385 20% G The fifth animated film from Don Bluth, the first Don Bluth animated film with live action and the fourth animated film from The Samuel Goldwyn Company.
FernGully: The Last Rainforest April 5, 1992 (Cineplex Odeon Century Plaza Cinemas)
April 10, 1992 (official release)
Traditional animation Kroyer Films
Youngheart Productions
FAI Films
20th Century Fox 76 $24,000,000 $32,710,894 63% 67 The fourth animated film from 20th Century Fox and the first animated film to be presented in Dolby SR. Also inspired a 1998 direct-to-video sequel.
Barefoot Gen July 3, 1992 Anime Madhouse
Gen Production
Streamline Pictures 85 N/A N/A 75% N/A NR The ninth animated film from Streamline Pictures. Also inspired a sequel, Barefoot Gen 2.
Cool World July 10, 1992 Traditional animation/Live action Bakshi Productions Paramount Pictures 102 $30,000,000 $14,110,589 6% 28 PG-13 The ninth animated film from Ralph Bakshi and the first Paramount animated film with live action.
Bébé's Kids July 31, 1992 Itsy Bitsy Spider Traditional animation Hyperion Animation
Hudlin Bros.
73 $10,000,000 $8,442,162 30% N/A The eighth animated film from Paramount Pictures and the first African-American animated film.
Stay Tuned August 14, 1992 N/A Traditional animation/Live action Morgan Creek Entertainment Warner Bros. Pictures 88 $25,000,000 $10,736,401 47% PG The second Warner Bros. animated film with live action and the first animated film from Morgan Creek Entertainment. Contains 7 minutes of animation supervised by Chuck Jones.
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland August 21, 1992 Traditional animation TMS Entertainment Hemdale Film Corporation 85 $35,000,000 $1,368,000 84% G The first animated film from Hemdale Film Corporation. Was re-released by Kidtoon Films in 2005.
Freddie as F.R.O.7 August 14, 1992 (United Kingdom)
August 28, 1992 (official release)
Hollywood Road Films
J&M Entertainment
Miramax Films 87 N/A $1,119,368 48% PG The second animated film from Miramax Films. Was re-released on home video under an alternate re-edited version titled Freddie the Frog, with 20 minutes edited out.
The Tune April 25, 1992 (Sundance Film Festival)
September 11, 1992 (official release)
October Films 69 $175,000 N/A 100% NR The first animated film from Bill Plympton and the first animated film from October Films.
Golgo 13: The Professional October 2, 1992 (Boston) Anime TMS Entertainment
Filmlink International
Streamline Pictures 93 N/A 79% The 10th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Aladdin November 11, 1992 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 25, 1992 (original release)
Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 90 $28,000,000 $346,476,295 95% 86 G The 31st animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the sixth Disney Princess, the first animated film to be presented in Dolby Digital and the last Disney animated film to be based on a fairytale for 18 years. Nominee of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. It inspired two direct-to-video sequels (The Return of Jafar, and Aladdin and the King of Thieves). Adapted into a 2019 live-action remake of the same name.
To Want to Fly February 3, 1993 Traditional animation/Live action Pentafilm – Bambù Fine Line Features 94 N/A $78,144 78% N/A R The first animated film from Fine Line Features.
Legend of the Overfiend March 26, 1993 Anime West Cape Corporation
Shochiku-Fuji
Anime 21 108 N/A 66% NR The first animated film from Anime 21.
Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again U.S. Renditions Tara Releasing 150 58% The first animated film from Tara Releasing.
Neo Tokyo April 2, 1993 (as a double-feature) Project Team Argos
Madhouse
Streamline Pictures 50 80% The 11th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Silent Möbius Anime International Company N/A The 12th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Vampire Hunter D April 5, 1993 Epic Records Japan
Movic
Sony Music Entertainment Japan
Ashi Productions
80 78% The 13th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
My Neighbor Totoro May 7, 1993 Studio Ghibli 20th Century Fox 86 $41,076,708 94% 86 G The fifth animated film from 20th Century Fox and the third animated Studio Ghibli film to be theatrically released in the United States.
Happily Ever After May 28, 1993 Traditional animation Filmation 1st National Film Corporation 75 $3,299,382 40% N/A The first animated film from 1st National Film Corporation and the eighth animated film from Filmation.
Once Upon a Forest June 18, 1993 Hanna-Barbera Productions
ITV Cymru Wales
20th Century Fox 71 $13,000,000 $6,582,052 22% The sixth animated film from 20th Century Fox and the seventh animated film from Hanna-Barbera.
Tom and Jerry: The Movie July 20, 1993 (Planet Hollywood)
July 30, 1993 (official release)
LIVE Entertainment
Turner Entertainment
WMG Film
Film Roman
Miramax Films 83 $3,500,000 $3,560,469 14% The third animated film from Miramax Films, the first animated film from Turner Pictures and the first animated film to feature Tom and Jerry.
Wicked City September 12, 1993 Anime Japan Home Video
Video Art
Madhouse
Streamline Pictures 82 N/A N/A 67% NR The 14th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
The Nightmare Before Christmas October 9, 1993 (New York Film Festival)
October 14, 1993 (El Capitan Theatre)
October 15, 1993 (limited release)
October 29, 1993 (official release)
Knick Knack (2006 3D re-issue) Stop motion Touchstone Pictures
Skellington Productions
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 76 $26,000,000 $50,003,043 95% 82 PG The first animated film from Tim Burton, the first animated film from Touchstone Pictures and the first animated film from Skellington Productions. Was re-released in 3D in 2006.
We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story November 24, 1993 N/A Traditional animation Amblin Entertainment
Amblimation
Universal Pictures 71 N/A $9,317,021 38% N/A G The eighth animated film from Universal Pictures, the fifth animated film from Amblin Entertainment, the second animated film from Amblimation and the first animated film to be presented in DTS.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm December 25, 1993 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Warner Bros. Animation
Warner Bros. Pictures 76 $6,000,000 $5,617,391 85% PG The 12th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first animated film to feature Batman.
Megazone 23: Part I March 29, 1994 (as a double-feature) Anime Artland
Artmic
Streamline Pictures 80 N/A N/A 80% NR The 15th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Megazone 23: Part II Artland
Artmic
Anime International Company
67% The 16th animated film from Streamline Pictures.
Thumbelina March 30, 1994 Animaniacs: I'm Mad Traditional animation Sullivan Bluth Studios Warner Bros. Pictures 86 $28,000,000 $11,373,501 27% G The sixth animated film from Don Bluth and the 13th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures. Rights later went to 20th Century Fox.
The Princess and the Goblin May 21, 1994 (Crest Theatre)
June 3, 1994 (official release)
N/A Pannonia Film Studio
S4C
NHK
Hemdale Film Corporation 82 $10,000,000 $2,105,078 77% The second animated film from Hemdale Film Corporation.
The Lion King June 12, 1994 (El Capitan Theatre)
June 15, 1994 (Radio City Music Hall)
June 24, 1994 (official release)
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 88 $45,000,000 $858,555,561 93% 88 The 32nd animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation. Winner of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, was re-released in IMAX in 2002 and in 3D in 2011. It also inspired a 1998 direct-to-video sequel and a 2004 direct-to-video prequel.
A Troll in Central Park October 7, 1994 Sullivan Bluth Studios Warner Bros. Pictures 75 N/A $71,368 14% N/A The seventh animated film from Don Bluth and the 14th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures. Rights later went to 20th Century Fox.
The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb November 11, 1994 Stop motion BBC Bristol
bolexbrothers
Tara Releasing 60 $70,441 80% NR The second animated film from Tara Releasing.
The Swan Princess November 17, 1994 (Trolley Corners)
November 18, 1994 (official release)
Traditional animation Nest Family Entertainment
Rich Animation Studios
New Line Cinema 89 $21,000,000 $9,771,658 50% G The third animated film from New Line Cinema and the first animated film from Rich Animation Studios.
The Pagemaster November 23, 1994 Traditional animation/Live action Turner Pictures
Colbath
20th Century Fox 75 $34,000,000 $13,670,688 21% The second Fox animated film with live action and the second animated film from Turner Pictures.
Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise March 3, 1995 Anime Gainax Tara Releasing 119 $7,793,720 $53,750,300 100% NR The third animated film from Tara Releasing.
A Goofy Movie April 5, 1995 (AMC Pleasure Island)
April 7, 1995 (official release)
Runaway Brain (in the UK) Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Disney MovieToons
Walt Disney Television Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 78 N/A $35,348,597 58% G The second animated film from Disney MovieToons and the second animated film from Walt Disney Television Animation. Also inspired a 2000 direct-to-video sequel.
The Pebble and the Penguin April 12, 1995 Driving Mr. Pink Sullivan Bluth Studios MGM/UA Entertainment 74 $28,000,000 $3,983,912 10% The eighth animated film from Don Bluth, the fifth animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company and the first animated film to be presented in DTS Stereo.
Casper May 21, 1995 (Universal CityWalk)
May 26, 1995 (official release)
N/A Computer animation/Live action Amblin Entertainment
Harvey Entertainment
Universal Pictures 100 $55,000,000 $100,328,194 51% 49 PG The first Universal animated film with live action, the sixth animated film from Amblin Entertainment and the first animated feature film to have a fully CGI character in the lead role, predating Toy Story by just six months. Also inspired two direct-to-video prequels (Casper: A Spirited Beginning, and Casper Meets Wendy).
Pocahontas June 10, 1995 (Central Park)
June 23, 1995 (official release)
Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 81 $55,000,000 $141,579,773 55% 58 G The 33rd animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the seventh Disney Princess and the first animated film to be based on a true story. Also inspired a 1998 direct-to-video sequel.
Arabian Knight August 25, 1995 Richard Williams Productions
Allied Filmmakers
Miramax Films 72 $28,000,000 $669,276 50% N/A The third animated film from Richard Williams and the fourth animated film from Miramax Films.
Gumby: The Movie September 1, 1995 (Twin Cities)
September 8, 1995 (Detroit)
September 29, 1995 (everywhere else)
Stop motion Clokey Films
Premavision Productions
Arrow Releasing 94 $2,800,000 $57,100 20% The first animated film from Arrow Releasing and the first animated film to feature Gumby.
Space Adventure Cobra: The Movie October 20, 1995 (Boston) Anime TMS Entertainment Tara Releasing 100 N/A N/A 73% NR The fourth animated film from Tara Releasing.
Toy Story November 19, 1995 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 20, 1995 (Regency Theatre)
November 22, 1995 (official release)
Roller Coaster Rabbit Computer animation Walt Disney Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 81 $30,000,000 $373,554,033 100% 95 G The first animated film from Pixar Animation Studios and the first fully computer-animated feature film ever made. Winner of a Special Achievement Academy Award, nominee of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and was re-released in 3D in 2009, along with Toy Story 2.
Balto December 17, 1995 (Crown Gotham Theatre)
December 22, 1995 (official release)
N/A Traditional animation Amblin Entertainment
Amblimation
Universal Pictures 77 $31,000,000 $11,348,324 54% N/A The ninth animated film from Universal Pictures, the seventh animated film from Amblin Entertainment and the third animated film from Amblimation. Also inspired two direct-to-video sequels in 2002 and 2004.
Roujin Z January 5, 1996 Anime Tokyo Theaters Co
The Television Inc
Movic Co
Sony Music
A.P.P.P.
Central Park Media 84 N/A N/A 61% PG-13 The first animated film from Central Park Media.
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 March 29, 1996 Traditional animation MGM/UA Family Entertainment
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation
MGM/UA Entertainment 83 $8,620,678 20% G A sequel to All Dogs Go to Heaven, the sixth animated film from MGM/UA Entertainment Company and the first animated film from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation. Also inspired a 1998 direct-to-video sequel.
Ghost in the Shell Anime Production I.G
Bandai Visual
Manga Entertainment
Palm Pictures 82 $10,000,000 $43,000,000 96% 76 NR The first animated film from Palm Pictures. Was re-issued in 2008 as Ghost in the Shell 2.0, with updated visuals.
James and the Giant Peach April 12, 1996 Stop motion/Live action Walt Disney Pictures
Allied Filmmakers
Skellington Productions
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 79 $38,000,000 $28,946,127 91% 78 PG The second animated film from Tim Burton and the second animated film from Skellington Productions.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame June 19, 1996 (Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
June 21, 1996 (official release)
Traditional animation Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
91 $100,000,000 $325,500,000 71% 74 G The 34th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation. Also inspired a 2002 direct-to-video sequel.
Joe's Apartment July 26, 1996 Computer animation/Live action The Geffen Film Company
MTV Films
Warner Bros. Pictures 80 $13,000,000 $4,619,014 19% N/A PG-13 The third Warner Bros. animated film with live action, the first animated film from The Geffen Film Company, the first animated film from MTV Films and the first animated film to be presented in Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. Cockroaches supervised by Chris Wedge and animated by Blue Sky Studios.
Tenchi the Movie: Tenchi Muyo in Love August 16, 1996 Anime Anime International Company
Pioneer LDC
Pioneer Entertainment 95 N/A N/A 86% The first animated film from Pioneer Entertainment. Also inspired a 1999 sequel, Tenchi Forever! The Movie.
Space Jam November 10, 1996 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
November 15, 1996 (official release)
Traditional animation/Live action Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Northern Lights Entertainment
Courtside Seats Productions
Warner Bros. Pictures 87 $80,000,000 $230,418,342 43% 59 PG The fourth Warner Bros. animated film with live action, and the first animated film from Warner Bros. Feature Animation.
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America December 15, 1996 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
December 20, 1996 (official release)
Traditional animation The Geffen Film Company
MTV Films
Paramount Pictures 81 $12,000,000 $63,118,386 72% 64 PG-13 The ninth animated film from Paramount Pictures, the second animated film from The Geffen Film Company and the second animated film from MTV Films.
Cats Don't Dance March 26, 1997 Pullet Surprise Turner Feature Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 75 $32,000,000 $3,588,602 74% N/A G The 15th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the third animated film from Turner Feature Animation.
Hercules June 15, 1997 (Times Square)
June 27, 1997 (official release)
N/A Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 93 $85,000,000 $250,700,000 84% 74 The 35th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation and the first animated film to be based on Greek mythology. Also inspired a 1999 direct-to-video prequel.
The Swan Princess: Escape from Castle Mountain July 18, 1997 Nest Family Entertainment
Rich Animation Studios
Legacy Releasing 71 N/A $273,444 40% N/A A sequel to The Swan Princess, the second animated film from Rich Animation Studios and the first animated film from Legacy Releasing. Also inspired five direct-to-video sequels (The Swan Princess III: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure, The Swan Princess Christmas, The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale, The Swan Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today!, and The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover).
Pippi Longstocking August 22, 1997 Nelvana
Svensk Filmindustri
IdunaFilm
TFC Trickompany
77 $11,500,000 $505,335 43% The second animated film from Legacy Releasing and the sixth animated film from Nelvana.
The Real Shlemiel September 19, 1997 Les Films de l'Arlequin
TMO-Loonland
Project Images Films
Videovox Stúdió
C2A
Club d'Investissement Média
Avalanche Releasing 78 N/A N/A N/A The first animated film from Avalanche Releasing.
Anastasia November 9, 1997 (Metropolitan Opera House)
November 15, 1997 (Westwood Village Theatre)
November 21, 1997 (official release)
20th Century Fox Animation
Fox Animation Studios
20th Century Fox 94 $50,000,000 $139,801,096 86% 61 The seventh animated film from 20th Century Fox and the first animated film from Fox Animation Studios. Also inspired a 1999 direct-to-video spinoff, Bartok the Magnificent.
Quest for Camelot May 3, 1998 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
May 15, 1998 (official release)
Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Warner Bros. Pictures 86 $40,000,000 $38,172,500 45% N/A The 16th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the second animated film from Warner Bros. Feature Animation.
The Mighty Kong May 29, 1998 L.A. Animation
Lana Productions
Hahn Shin Corporation
Legacy Releasing 71 N/A N/A 23% The third animated film from Legacy Releasing and the first animated film to feature King Kong.
Mulan June 5, 1998 (Hollywood Bowl)
June 19, 1998 (official release)
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 88 $90,000,000 $304,320,254 86% 71 The 36th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the eighth Disney Princess and the first Disney animated film to be produced at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Also inspired a 2005 direct-to-video sequel. It was adapted into a 2020 live-action remake of the same name.
Small Soldiers July 8, 1998 (Gibson Amphitheatre)
July 10, 1998 (official release)
Computer animation/Live action Amblin Entertainment
Universal Pictures
DreamWorks Pictures 110 $40,000,000 $87,500,000 48% N/A PG-13 The first DreamWorks animated film with live action, the second Universal animated film with live action and the eighth animated film from Amblin Entertainment.
I Married a Strange Person! September 8, 1997 (Toronto International Film Festival)
August 28, 1998 (official release)
Traditional animation Italtoons Lionsgate Films 73 $250,000 $467,272 73% R The second animated film from Bill Plympton and the first animated film from Lionsgate.
Antz September 19, 1998 (TIFF)
September 24, 1998 (Mann National Theatre)
October 2, 1998 (official release)
Computer animation DreamWorks Animation
Pacific Data Images
DreamWorks Pictures 83 $42,000,000 $171,757,863 92% 72 PG The first animated film from DreamWorks Pictures and the first animated film from DreamWorks Animation.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie October 16, 1998 Traditional animation GoodTimes Entertainment
Golden Books
Tundra Productions
Legacy Releasing 92 $10,000,000 $113,484 40% N/A G The fourth animated film from Legacy Releasing.
The Rugrats Movie November 8, 1998 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
November 20, 1998 (official release)
CatDog: Fetch Nickelodeon Movies
Klasky Csupo
Paramount Pictures 80 $24,000,000 $140,894,685 59% The 10th animated film from Paramount Pictures, the first animated film from Nickelodeon Movies and the first animated film to feature the Rugrats.
A Bug's Life November 14, 1998 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 25, 1998 (official release)
Geri's Game Computer animation Walt Disney Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 95 $120,000,000 $363,258,859 92% 77 The second animated film from Pixar Animation Studios.
The Prince of Egypt December 16, 1998 (Royce Hall)
December 18, 1998 (official release)
N/A Traditional animation DreamWorks Animation DreamWorks Pictures 99 $70,000,000 $218,613,188 80% 64 PG The second animated film from DreamWorks Pictures and the second animated film from DreamWorks Animation. Also inspired a 2000 direct-to-video spinoff, Joseph: King of Dreams.
Babar: King of the Elephants February 26, 1999 Nelvana
Home Made Movies
TMO-Loonland
The Clifford Ross Company
Alliance Films 79 N/A $227,374 53% N/A G A sequel to Babar: The Movie, the first animated film from Alliance Films and the seventh animated film from Nelvana.
The King and I March 19, 1999 Morgan Creek Entertainment
Nest Family Entertainment
Rankin/Bass Productions
Rich Animation Studios
Warner Bros. Pictures 89 $25,000,000 $11,993,021 13% The 17th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures, the second animated film from Morgan Creek Entertainment, the third animated film from Rich Animation Studios and the seventh animated film from Rankin/Bass.
Doug's 1st Movie March 16, 1999 (Disney-MGM Studios)
March 26, 1999 (official release)
Donald's Dynamite: Opera Box Walt Disney Pictures
Jumbo Pictures
Walt Disney Television Animation
Plus One Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 77 $5,000,000 $19,440,089 26% The first animated film from Jumbo Pictures and the third animated film from Walt Disney Television Animation.
Tarzan June 12, 1999 (El Capitan Theatre)
June 18, 1999 (official release)
N/A Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
88 $130,000,000 $448,191,819 89% 79 The 37th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation and the first major animated film to be screened in digital projection. Kicked off the Deep Canvas. It inspired a 2002 direct-to-video sequel and a 2005 direct-to-video prequel.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut June 23, 1999 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
June 30, 1999 (official release)
Cutout animation Warner Bros. Pictures
Comedy Central Films
Scott Rudin Productions
Paramount Pictures 81 $21,000,000 $83,137,603 80% 73 R The 11th animated film from Paramount Pictures, the 18th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first animated film from Comedy Central Films.
The Iron Giant July 31, 1999 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
August 6, 1999 (official release)
Traditional animation Warner Bros. Feature Animation Warner Bros. Pictures 86 $50,000,000 $31,333,917 96% 85 PG The 19th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the third animated film from Warner Bros. Feature Animation.
Perfect Blue August 20, 1999[4][5] Anime Madhouse Rex Entertainment 81 $830,442 $768,050 97% N/A R The first animated film from Rex Entertainment.
Alien Adventure Computer animation SimEx-Iwerks
Movida-Trix
nWave Pictures 35 N/A $24,074,680 N/A NR The first animated film from nWave Pictures.
Princess Mononoke September 26, 1999 (New York Film Festival)
October 7, 1999 (Austin Film Festival)
October 20, 1999 (Westwood Village Theatre)
October 29, 1999 (official release)
Anime Studio Ghibli Miramax Films 133 $23,500,000 $169,700,000 93% 76 PG-13 The fifth animated film from Miramax Films and the fourth animated Studio Ghibli film to be theatrically released in the United States.
Pokémon: The First Movie November 6, 1999 (Grauman's Chinese Theatre)
November 10, 1999 (official release)
Pikachu's Vacation 4Kids Entertainment
OLM
Warner Bros. Pictures 75 $5,000,000 $85,744,662 15% 35 G The 20th animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures and the first animated film to be based on Pokémon.
Toy Story 2 November 13, 1999 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 24, 1999 (official release)
Luxo Jr. Computer animation Walt Disney Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 92 $90,000,000 $487,059,677 100% 88 A sequel to Toy Story, the third animated film from Pixar Animation Studios and the first animated film to be presented in Dolby Digital Surround EX. Winner of a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and was re-released in 3D in 2009, along with Toy Story.
Stuart Little December 5, 1999 (Westwood Village Theatre)
December 17, 1999 (official release)
N/A Computer animation/Live action Columbia Pictures Sony Pictures Releasing 85 $105,000,000 $300,135,367 67% 61 PG The second Columbia animated film with live action and the first animated film to be presented in 8-channel Sony Dynamic Digital Sound.
Fantasia 2000 December 17, 1999 (Carnegie Hall)
January 1, 2000 (IMAX version)
June 16, 2000 (general release)
Traditional animation/Computer animation/Live action Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Feature Animation
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution 74 $80,000,000 $90,874,570 81% 59 G A sequel to Fantasia, the 38th animated film from Walt Disney Feature Animation, the first animated film to be released in IMAX and the ninth and final Disney package film.

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  1. ^ "Untitled Clipping". Denton Journal. April 16, 1937. p. 1. Retrieved July 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Bergner in New Film". Times Union. May 11, 1937. p. 15. Retrieved July 1, 2020.
  3. ^ "Yellow Submarine (1968) - Box Office Mojo". Box Office Mojo.
  4. ^ "Perfect Blue (1999) - Box Office Mojo". Box Office Mojo.
  5. ^ "Alien Adventure (1999) - Box Office Mojo". Box Office Mojo.

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