List of animated feature films of 1976

A list of animated feature films that were first released in 1976.

Animated feature films of 1976
Title Country Director Studio Technique Type Notes Release Duration
Agaton Sax and the Bykoebing Village Festival
Agaton Sax och Byköpings gästabud
Sweden Stig Lasseby Svensk Filmindustri (SF)
Svenska Filminstitutet (SFI)
Teamfilm AS
Traditional Theatrical November 20, 1976 77 minutes
Allegro Non Troppo
Not Too Cheerful
Italy Bruno Bozzetto Bruno Bozzetto Film Traditional Theatrical March 12, 1976 85 minutes
Brigand Jurko
Brigand Jurko
Czechoslovakia Viktor Kubal Slovenská filmová tvorba, Stúdio hraných filmov Bratislava – Koliba Traditional Theatrical 76 minutes
Cheorin 007
철인 007 (Iron Man 007)
South Korea Han Ha-lim Dong-A Advertising Traditional Theatrical December 13, 1976 62 minutes
Colargol in the Wild West
Colargol na Dzikim Zachodzie
Poland Tadeusz Wilkosz Se-ma-for Stop motion Theatrical
Da lu de gushì
大橹的故事
China You Lei Shanghai Animation Film Studio Stop motion Theatrical
Davy Crockett on the Mississippi United States
Australia
Charles A. Nicholas Hanna-Barbera Australia Traditional Television special Originally aired as the 23rd installment of the CBS animated anthology series Famous Classic Tales (1970–1984). November 20, 1976 47 minutes
Everybody Rides the Carousel United States John Hubley Hubley Studios Traditional Theatrical September 10, 1976 72 minutes
The Four Secrets
Los cuatro secretos
Argentina Simón Feldman Producciones Cinematográficas H.L.F. Traditional/Live action Theatrical
Live-action animated film
December 8, 1976 70 minutes
From the Earth to the Moon Australia Richard Slapczynski Air Programs International Traditional Television special Originally aired as the 20th installment of the CBS animated anthology series Famous Classic Tales (1970–1984). January 1, 1976 46 minutes
I, Tintin
Moi, Tintin
Belgium
France
Henri Roanne
Gérard Valet
Belvision Studios
Pierre Films
Rova
Traditional/Live action Theatrical
Documentary film
51 minutes
Jinse de dayan
金色的大雁
China Te Wei
Chen Zuwei
Shanghai Animation Film Studio Cutout Theatrical
Master of the World Australia Leif Gram Air Programs International Traditional Television special Originally aired as the 22nd installment of the CBS animated anthology series Famous Classic Tales (1970–1984). October 23, 1976 60 minutes
Mr. Rossi Looks for Happiness
Il Signor Rossi cerca la felicità
Italy
Germany
Bruno Bozzetto Bruno Bozzetto Film
Hessischer Rundfunk (HR)
Televisione Svizzera Italiana (TSI)
Wagner-Hallig Film
Traditional Theatrical March 4, 1976 80 minutes
Mr. Rossi's Vacation
Le vacanze del signor Rossi
Italy Bruno Bozzetto Bruno Bozzetto Film
Wagner-Hallig Film
Traditional Theatrical October 1976 84 minutes
Off on a Comet Australia Richard Slapczynski Air Programs International Traditional Television special Originally aired as the 21st installment of the CBS animated anthology series Famous Classic Tales (1970–1984). January 1, 1976 50 minutes
Once Upon a Girl United States Don Jurwich Concelation a Girl, Inc.
Tommy J. Productions
Traditional Theatrical
Live-action animated film
Originally rated X, rating surrendered by Severin Films for unrated DVD release. June 20, 1976 77 minutes
Puss 'n Boots Travels Around the World
Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Hachijū Nichi-kan Sekaiisshū
Japan Hiroshi Shidara Toei Animation Traditional Theatrical Second sequel to The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots (1969).[1] March 20, 1976 69 minutes
Robot Taekwon V
로보트 태권브이 (Roboteu Taegwon Beui)
South Korea Kim Cheong-gi Yoo Productions
Seoul Donghwa
Traditional Theatrical July 24, 1976 76 minutes
Robot Taekwon V: Space Mission
로보트 태권 V – 제2탄 우주작전 (Roboteu Taegwon Beui – Je2tan Ujujagjeon)
South Korea Kim Cheong-gi Yoo Productions Traditional Theatrical December 13, 1976 75 minutes
Rudolph's Shiny New Year United States
Japan
Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Video Tokyo Production
Stop motion Television special Sequel to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964). December 10, 1976 50 minutes
The Smurfs and the Magic Flute
La flûte à six schtroumpfs (The Flute with Six Smurfs)
France
Belgium
Peyo
Jose Dutillieu
Eddie Lateste
Atlantic Releasing Corporation, Target International, Roehall Traditional Theatrical The film was released in the United States on November 25, 1983, after The Smurfs gained popularity from the successful TV series in the U.S. January 21, 1976 71 minutes
The Three Wise Men
Los Tres Reyes Magos
Mexico Fernando Ruiz
Adolfo Torres Portillo
CFA-Ruiz
CINSA
Corporación Nacional Cinematográfica (CONACINE)
Traditional Theatrical First Mexican animated feature; produced in 1974, but left unreleased until two years later. July 1, 1976 85 minutes
The Twelve Tasks of Asterix
Les Douze Travaux d'Astérix
France René Goscinny
Albert Uderzo
Pierre Watrin
Studios Idéfix Traditional Theatrical Third installment in the Asterix film series, and the first to have a completely original screenplay. March 12, 1976 82 minutes

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  1. ^ 長靴をはいた猫 80日間世界一周 (1976). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 15 July 2014.