List of animated feature films of 1971

A list of animated feature films that were first released in 1971.

Animated feature films of 1971
Title Country Director Studio Animation technique Notes
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
aka. Alibaba's Revenge
アリババと40匹の盗賊 (Ali Baba to Yonjū-ppiki no Tōzoku)
Japan Hiroshi Shidara Toei Animation Traditional [1]
Animal Treasure Island
どうぶつ宝島 (Dōbutsu Takarajima)
Japan Hiroshi Ikeda Toei Animation Traditional
El armario del tiempo Spain Rafael Vara Traditional
Attack No.1 Immortal Bird
アタック No.1涙の不死鳥
Japan Eiji Okabe Tokyo Movie Shinsha Traditional
Bedknobs and Broomsticks United States Robert Stevenson Walt Disney Productions Traditional/Live action
Benny's Bathtub
Bennys badekar
Denmark Jannik Hastrup
Flemming Quist Møller
Traditional
The Cat in the Hat United States Hawley Pratt DePatie-Freleng Enterprises Traditional TV special
Daisy Town France
Belgium
René Goscinny Belvision Studios Traditional
Do It! Yasuji's Pornorama
ヤスジのポルノラマ やっちまえ!! (Yasuji no Pornorama Yacchimae!!)
Japan Takanori Miwa
Shinichiro Takakuwa
Traditional
Here Comes Peter Cottontail United States
Japan
Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Video Tokyo Production
Stop motion TV special
The Legend of Robin Hood Australia
United States
Zoran Janjic Air Programs International Traditional
Lightning Atom
번개아텀 (Beongae Ateom)
South Korea Traditional
Ninpuu Kamui Gaiden: Tsukihigai no Maki
忍風カムイ外伝 月日貝の巻
Japan Keisuke Kondo Tele-Cartoon Japan Traditional
The Point! United States Fred Wolf ABC Traditional TV movie
The Poor Miller's Boy and the Kitten
Der arme Müllerbursch und das Kätzchen
East Germany Lothar Barke
Helmut Barkowsky
Traditional Produced from 1966-1970, released in 1971.[2]
Presente de Natal Brazil Álvaro Henrique Gonçalves Traditional
Prince Ho-Dong and Princess Nak-Rang
왕자호동과 낙랑공주 (Wangjahodonggwa Nangnanggongju)
South Korea Traditional
Tiki Tiki Canada Gerald Potterton Traditional Original animation intercut with recontextualized footage from the 1966 Russian live action film Aybolit-66.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ アリババと40匹の盗賊 (1971). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 15 July 2014.
  2. ^ Film database of the Defa-Stiftung, accessed on 2017-07-15.