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Chiisana Jumbo (movie)
Plot Summary: The first anime feature produced by Sanrio (actual production was started in 1975). This is a colorful, painstakingly animated musical about a boy and his pet white elephant who one day drift onto a peaceful island which soon finds itself caught between two larger islands at war. The film is is based on a Yanase Takashi story, like The Bell of Chirin, but stylistically the two couldn't be further apart. Where Chirin is hard-boiled and realistic, Jumbo is light-hearted and cartoonish, though underneath it all also treating of a serious theme. Yanase earlier made the film The Kindly Lion (1970) at Mushi Productions, a film that likewise reveals the darker side of Takashi "Anpan Man" Yanase. Animated in a vivid, bold style and featuring an original and striking dramatic form, this is a film sure to please children and animation connoisseurs alike.
Running time: 28 minutes
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Music: Taku Izumi
Original Work: Takashi Yanase
Art: Yukio Abe
Producer: Tsunemasa Hatano
Adaptation: Takashi Yanase
Production: Sanrio Film
Production Supervision: Atsushi Tomioka
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