Hoshi no Orpheus (movie)

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Alternative title:
Orpheus of the Stars
Star of Orpheus
Winds of Change
星のオルフェウス (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, fantasy
Themes: mythology
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: An animated version of five of Ovid's Roman versions of Greek myths, this film gives the story of Actaeon, Orpheus and Eurydice, Herse and Aglauros, Perseus and Medusa, and Phaenton.
Running time: 90 minutes
Production cost: ¥2,600,000,000
Vintage: 1978-05-03
Premiere date:
1978-05-03 (USA under "Metamorphoses")
1979-05-03 (Re-edited USA re-release under "Winds of Change")
1979-10-27 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 3
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    Winds of Change - Five Ancient Greek Myths (Dub.VHS) 1992-01-24

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Yanase
Original story: Publius Ovidius 'Ovid'
Background Art: Yukio Abe
Ink & Paint: Miho Nagisa
Production Assistant: Hiroko Sone
Production Design:
Akira Uno
Kuni Fukai
Sequence Director: Sadao Miyamoto
Japanese companies
Production: Sanrio
English staff
English cast
Producer: Walt de Faria

Assistant Music Coordinator: Debbie Handelman
Camera: Jack Harmon
Cel Washer: Jerome Stocks
Ink & Paint Supervisor: Joanna Combellick
Music Coordination: Bob Randles
Music Mix-down And Re-recording:
Jack Wouz
James Corbett
Narration Script: Norman Corwin
Post-Production Assistant:
Bee Ottinger
Susan Sullivan
Production Coordination: Tanny Candice
Production manager:
Ray Thursby
Willie Ito
Recording engineer: Michael Denecke
Scene Planning: Ruth Thompson
Second Unit Photography Director: Bill Millar
Special Anamorphic Camera Systems Design:
Bill Millar
Howard Pearson
Jim Dickinson
Supervising Cinematographer: Bill Millar
Title Design: Roger Huebner
Peter Ustinov as Narrarator 
English companies
70mm Release Prints: MGM Laboratories
Lens: Panavision
Special Photographic Effects: F-Stop
Special Sound Effects: Sound Arts

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