- Original title
- Running time
- 94 min.
- United States
Susan Gauthier, Bruce Graham, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White
David Newman, Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens
20th Century Fox
Animation. Drama. Musical. Kids | Russian Revolution
- Synopsis / Plot
- Based on the legend of the real-life daugher of the last Russian czar, ANASTASIA combines imaginative animation and lively songs to tell the story of a princess who escapes a horrible execution and mysteriously reappears after being thought dead. When a team of swindlers, Dimitri and Vladimir, recruit Anya, a spunky amnesiac orphan, in their plot to defraud the Dowager Empress with a faux Romanov heir, little do they know their carefully coached fake is the real thing. But the resurgence of the long-lost Anastasia also attracts the attention of the scary Rasputin, who, with his hilarious sidekick, Bartok the bat, schemes to do in the last Romanov. Though much lighter (thankfully for children) than the 1956 Anatole Litvak-directed ANASTASIA adapted from Marcelle Maurettes play, this movie is still packed with thrills, chills, and romance. The first animated feature from 20th Century Fox, the film is directed by longtime collaborators Don Bluth and Gary Goldman.
: 2 Nominations for Oscar: Best OST (Comedy or Musical), Original Song
: 2 Nominations for Golden Globe: Best canciones originales
: Critics' Choice Awards: Best Family Film
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