Princess Mononoke (movie)

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Alternative title:
Công chúa sói (Vietnamese) 
Księżniczka Mononoke (Polish) 
La Princesa Mononoke (Spanish) 
Mononoke Hime (Japanese) 
Princesa Mononoke (Portuguese) 
Princesse Mononoké (French) 
Principessa Mononoke (Italian) 
Prinsessan Mononoke (Swedish) 
Prinsesse Mononoke (Danish) 
Prinzessin Mononoke (German) 
Принцесса Мононоке (Russian) 
もののけ姫 (Japanese) 
幽靈公主 (Chinese (Hong Kong)) 
魔法公主 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
모노노케 히메 (Korean) 
원령공주 (Korean) 
Genres: adventure , drama , fantasy 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: While fighting to save his village from the attack of a demon-god, Ashitaka comes in contact with it and is inflicted with a deadly curse. In his search for a cure he is forced to leave his village forever and journey to the forest inhabited by animal gods. There he finds himself in the middle of a war between the forest gods and a village led by Lady Eboshi. 
User Ratings: 9251 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 4003 votes (sub:2077, dub:1672, ?:41, raw:37, edit.dub:22, others:154
40 Spanish subtitled
29 German dubbed
14 Spanish dubbed
13 French dubbed
12 French subtitled
8 Portuguese subtitled
8 Italian dubbed
5 Russian subtitled
4 German subtitled
3 Polish subtitled
2 Polish dubbed
2 Arabic subtitled
2 Russian dubbed
2 Italian subtitled
1 Polish edited dub
1 Mandarin subtitled
1 French edited dub
1 Turkish subtitled
1 German edited dub
1 Dutch subtitled
1 Danish subtitled
1 Finnish subtitled
1 Italian edited dub
1 Mandarin dubbed
 Excellent: 2715 votes (sub:1425, dub:1131, ?:30, raw:15, edit.dub:12, others:102
23 Spanish subtitled
15 German dubbed
12 Spanish dubbed
9 French subtitled
7 Italian dubbed
6 Portuguese subtitled
5 French dubbed
4 Polish subtitled
4 Russian dubbed
4 Russian subtitled
2 German subtitled
2 Korean subtitled
2 Russian edited dub
2 Swedish subtitled
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Catalan dubbed
1 czech dubbed
1 Croatian subtitled
1 Polish dubbed
 Very good: 1353 votes (sub:686, dub:598, ?:11, raw:7, edit.dub:7, others:44
8 German dubbed
7 Spanish dubbed
6 Portuguese subtitled
6 Spanish subtitled
3 Russian subtitled
3 French dubbed
2 Italian dubbed
2 Polish subtitled
2 French subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
1 Chinese Mandarin subtitled
1 Russian edited dub
1 German edited dub
 Good: 717 votes (sub:378, dub:281, ?:15, edit.dub:6, raw:2, others:35
11 German dubbed
5 Spanish subtitled
5 French subtitled
4 Italian dubbed
2 Russian dubbed
2 Russian subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
1 Swedish subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 French dubbed
1 German subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
 Decent: 226 votes (sub:122, dub:92, ?:6, raw:2, edit.dub:1, others:3
2 German dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
 So-so: 127 votes (sub:64, dub:57, edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:4
2 German dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
 Not really good: 36 votes (sub:21, dub:11, ?:3, others:1
1 French dubbed
 Weak: 40 votes (sub:24, dub:15, others:1
1 French subtitled
 Bad: 12 votes (sub:9, dub:3)
 Awful: 3 votes (sub:2, dub:1)
 Worst ever: 19 votes (sub:14, dub:5)
Seen in part or in whole by 14397 users, rank: #9 (of 5922)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.928 (Excellent), std. dev.: 1.3516, rank: #65 (of 5915)
Weighted mean: 8.864 (Excellent), rank: #66 (of 5915) (seen all: 8.87 / seen some: 6.82 / won't finish: 4.44)
Bayesian estimate: 8.862 (Excellent), rank: #9 (of 4470)
Running time: 133 minutes 
Production cost: ¥2,400,000,000 
2006-12-30 (Spain, Cuatroº) 
Premiere date:
1997-07-12 (Japan) 
1999-08-13 (United States, Special Premiere Showing at Comicon) 
1999-10-29 (United States and Canada wide release) 
2000-01-12 (France) 
2000-01-25 (Italy - Future Film Festival) 
2000-04-29 (Japan, In English with Japanese Subtitles) 
2000-09-08 (Poland) 
2001-01-04 (Croatia) 
2003-12-24 (Germany, RTL II - TV Premiere) 
2006-01-28 (Canada, YTV) 
Release dates: We have 34
(1994-08) Started Production 
Opening Theme:
"Ashitaka Sekki" (アシタカせっき; "The Legend of Ashitaka") by Joe Hisaishi 
Ending Theme:
"Mononoke Hime" (もののけ姫) by Joe Hisaishi 
Links: We have 7
Trivia: We have 25
At just under US$20 million production costs, Princess Mononoke was the most expensive anime ever created when it was released.
Princess Mononoke was also the most successful Japanese, and in fact international (non-US) film ever created. Princess Mononoke earned over US$150 million at the Japanese box office. Mononoke was, however, beaten at the Japanese box office shortly after by the US-produced Titanic, but it kept its title as the most successful Japanese film ever produced until Miyazaki's Sen to Chihiro surpassed it, earning in excess of $200 million dollars in Japan alone (also surpassing Titanic for the Japanese box office crown).
Mononoke was included when Disney and Tokuma signed an agreement in 1996 giving Disney exclusive worldwide rights to a number of Ghibli films. Part of the deal in fact stipulated that Disney must release Mononoke theatrically in the United States. Disney agreed to this without ever seeing Mononoke.
When Disney finally saw Mononoke for the first time it was nothing like what they expected (they expected a cute, children's anime similar to Miyazaki's other films), but they were contractually obligated to release it.
The North American theatrical run of Princess Mononoke was deemed an abysmal failure in the end, the most successful international film ever created (at the time) earned a paltry $2.4 million dollars in the United States and Canada. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hayao Miyazaki 
Screenplay: Hayao Miyazaki 
Music: Joe Hisaishi 
Original story: Hayao Miyazaki 
Character Design:
Masashi Ando 
Yoshifumi Kondô 
Executive producer:
Seiichiro Ujiie 
Yutaka Narita 
Producer: Toshio Suzuki 

Animation Supervisor:
Kitaro Kousaka 
Masashi Ando 
Yoshifumi Kondô 
Assistant Audio Director: Kei Mayama 
Assistant producer: Takahiro Yonezawa 
Associate producer: Seiji Okuda 
Audio Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi 
Camera Supervisor: Atsushi Okui 
Chief Executive Producer: Yasuyoshi Tokuma 
Color design: Michiyo Yasuda 
Digital Optical Recording: Noboru Nishio 
Editing: Takeshi Seyama 
Editing Assistant:
Kyoko Mizuta 
Mako Tamura 
Megumi Uchida 
Film Development, Digital Film I/O: Hideo Tsuji 
Film Development, Optical: Masaharu Sekiguchi 
Film Development, Technical Cooperation: Mikio Mori 
Film Development, Timing: Hiroaki Hirabayashi 
Film Preview Production:
Hiroko Hanamoto 
Keiichi Itagaki 
Internet Coordinator: Noriko Ishimitsu 
Merchandising Development:
Koichi Asano 
Tomomi Imai 
Music Recording:
Hiroya Ishihara 
Kenji Furukawa 
Optical Recording: Futoshi Ueda 
Orchestra Conductor: Hiroshi Kumagai 
Production Administration:
Shinsuke Nonaka 
Yuichiro Mochizuki 
Production Assistant:
Kenichiro Suzuki 
Kenji Imura 
Koji Otsuka 
Production Desk:
Kazuyoshi Tanaka 
Tomoaki Nishigiri 
Production manager: Toshiyuki Kawabata 
Public Relations:
Minako Nagasawa 
Tamami Yamamoto 
Publishing Development: Yukari Tai 
Recording & Sound Mixing: Shuji Inoue 
Recording Assistant: Masahiro Fukuhara 
Sound Effects: Muchihiro Ito 
Sound Effects Assistant: Takahisa Ishino 
Sound Effects Compilation Support:
Takao Kato 
Tsunahiro Yamamura 
Sound Effects Production Support:
Kazuhiko Ikai 
Motoi Watanabe 
Shigeru Tokida 
Sound Mix Assistant:
Makoto Uchida 
Tsukuru Takagi 
Tsutomu Asakura 
Soundtrack CD Production: Tomoko Okada 
Special Art Effects: Yoshikazu Fukutome 
Special Media Advisor: Masaya Tokuyama 
Theme Song Arrangement: Joe Hisaishi 
Theme Song Composition: Joe Hisaishi 
Theme Song Lyrics: Hayao Miyazaki 
Theme Song Performance: Yoshikazu Mera 
Yoji Matsuda as Ashitaka 
Yuriko Ishida as San 

Sumi Shimamoto as Toki 
Yuko Tanaka as Eboshi Gozen 

Akihiro Miwa as Moro no Kimi 
Akira Nagoya as Ushikai 
Akira Sakamoto as Herdsman 
Daikichi Sugawara as Herdsman 
Hisaya Morishige as Okkotonushi 
Ikuko Yamamoto as Field Woman 
Kaoru Kobayashi as Jiko Bou 
Makoto Sato as Tatari-gami 
Masahiko Nishimura as Kouroku 
Mitsuko Mori as Hii-sama 
Satoi Iinuma as Spirit Forest 
Shiro Saito as Herdsman 
Sumi Shimamoto as Woman of Emishi A 
Takako Fuji as Field Woman 
Tetsu Watanabe as Wolf 
Tsunehiko Kamijo as Gonza 
Yayoi Kazuki as Kiyo 
Yoshimasa Kondo as Herdsman 
Yuriko Ishida as Kaya 

Japanese companies
Advertising: TOHO 
Audio Recording: Omnibus Promotion 
Dialogue Recording:
AVACO Creative Studios 
MIT Studio 
Film Preview Production: Gal Enterprise 
Inbetween / Clean-up Animation: Telecom Animation Film 
Key Animation: Telecom Animation Film 
Main Animation Studio: Studio Ghibli 
Music Performance: Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra 
Music Production:
Studio Ghibli 
Wonder City 
Production Committee:
Dentsu Inc. 
Studio Ghibli 
Tokuma Shoten 
Production Studio: Studio Ghibli 
Recording & Mixing: Tokyo T.V. Center 
Sound Effects Compilation Support:
Aichi-ken Horai-cho 
Masamune Kogei 
Tokyo Kita-ku Archery League 
Sound Effects Production Support: VOX 
Soundtrack CD Production: Tokuma Japan Communications 
Special Media Support: The Yomiuri Shimbun 
English staff
English cast
Adaptation: Neil Gaiman 
ADR Editor: Ernie Sheesley 
ADR Engineer:
Ernie Sheesley 
James Twomey 
ADR Script Consultant: Jack Fletcher 
Apprentice Editor: Benu Bhargara 
Assistant Sound Editor:
Charlotte Stebbs 
Steve Swartz 
Associate producer: Diana Tauder 
Effects & Foley Editor:
Dan Edelstein 
Gerald Donlan 
Warren Shaw 
Production Assistant:
David Beron 
Eric Lewis 
Laurie Bean 
Lisa Carlon 
Re-Recording Mixing: Dominick Tavella 
Screenplay adaptation: Neil Gaiman 
Theme Song Adaptation: Neil Gaiman 
Theme Song Performance: Sasha Lazard 
Theme Song Translation: Steve Alpert 
Voice Direction: Jack Fletcher 
Billy Crudup as Ashitaka 
Claire Danes as San 

Billy Bob Thornton as Jigo 
Gillian Anderson as Moro, the Wolf 
Jada Pinkett-Smith as Toki 
Minnie Driver as Lady Eboshi 

Jennifer Cihi as Tatara Women's Song 
John Demita as Kohroku 
John Di Maggio as Gonza 
Kate T. Vogt as
Iron Town Woman 
Tatara Women's Song 
Keith David as
Opening Narrator 
Leslie Ishii as Tatara Women's Song 
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Tatara Women's Song 
Sasha Lazard as Princess Mononoke Theme Song 
Sherry Lynn as
Emishi Village Girl 
Iron Town Woman 
Tara Charendoff as Kaya 

English companies
Madman Entertainment (Australia) 
Milan Records (soundtrack) 
Optimum Releasing (UK) 
Licensed by: Miramax Films 
Korean cast
Korean staff
Mi-Suk Jeong as San 
Yeong-Seon Kim as Ashitaka 

Gwang Jang as Moro, the Wolf 
Hui-Seon Gang as Eboshi Gozen 
Mi-Na Yun as Toki 
Min No as Jigo 

Eui-Jin Chae as Kaya 
In-Seong Lee as Kouroku 
Ji-Hun Park as
Mun-Ja Choi as Hii-sama 
Korean companies
French staff
French cast
Art Director: Jean-Marc Pannetier 

Adaptation: Jean-Marc Pannetier 
Dialogue Editing: Patrick Taieb 
Dialogue Recording: Jean-Charles Liozu 
Production manager: Dalila Trabelsi 
Re-Recording Mixing: Jean-Charles Liozu 
Cédric Dumond as Ashitaka 
Cédric Dumont as Ashitaka 
Virginie Méry as San 

Adèle Carasso as Toki 
André Chaumeau as Jigo 
Catherine Sola as Moro 
François Siener as Gonza 
Jacqueline Danno as Wise Woman 
Jérôme Pauwels as Kohroku 
Micky Sebastian as Lady Eboshi 
Saïd Amadis as Okkotonuchi 
French companies
Cine Culte 
Ciné Family 
Télé-Québec (Québec, Canada) 
TPS Star 
Dialogue Recording: Dubbing Brothers 
Distributor: Buena Vista Home Entertainment (France) 
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
Dubbing Director:
Eduardo Gutierrez (Spain dub) 
Juan Alfonso Carralero (Mexican 2010 redub) 
Translation: Angel Fernández Sebastián (Spain dub) 

Creative Supervision: Santiago Aguirre (Spain dub) 
Music Director: Santiago Aguirre (Spain dub) 
Alejandra de la Rosa as Woman of Iron Tower(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Anaís Portillo as Kaya(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Angélica Rodríguez Ovalle as San(Mexican original dub) 
Arturo Acosta as Okkoto(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Cesar Arias as Gonza(Mexican 2010 redub) 
David Robles as Príncipe Ashitaka(Spain dub) 
Diana Perez as Lady Eboshi(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Erick Salinas as Kouroku(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Eva Díez as San(Spain dub) 
Gabriela Michel as Toki(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Jahel Morga as San(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Juan Alfonso Carralero as Jiko(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Love Santini as Wise Old Lady(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Magda Giner as Woman of Iron Tower(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Ricardo Rocha as Kouroku(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Ruth Toscano as Moro(Mexican 2010 redub) 

Alejandra de la Rosa as Lady Eboshi(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Amparo Valencia as Toki(Spain dub) 
Carlos Enrique Bonilla as Ashitaka(Mexican 2010 redub) 
María José Castro as Lady Eboshi(Spain dub) 
María Luisa Rubio as Moro(Spain dub) 
Pepa Castro as Lady Eboshi(Spain dub) 
Roberto Cuenca Martínez as Jiko Bou(Spain dub) 

Abilio Fernández as Leper #3(Spain dub) 
Angel Amorós as Monkey #2(Spain dub) 
Antonio Fernández Sánchez as Jii-San(Spain dub) 
Antonio Villar as Hunter #1(Spain dub) 
Carlos Ysbert as Gonza(Spain dub) 
Cecilia Santiago as Kiyo(Spain dub) 
César López as Hunter #2(Spain dub) 
Charo Soria as Girl #2(Spain dub) 
Daniel Dicenta as Naco(Spain dub) 
Eduardo Gutierrez as Porteador(Spain dub) 
Eduardo Moreno as Old man #2(Spain dub) 
Enrique Cazorla as Black beard(Spain dub) 
Fernando Cabrera as Samurai #7(Spain dub) 
Fernando Chinarro as Tatara(Spain dub) 
Francisco Torres as Rifleman #2(Spain dub) 
Francisco Andrés Valdivia as Angry man(Spain dub) 
Javier Lopez as Villager(Spain dub) 
Jesús Díaz as Monkey #1(Spain dub) 
Jesús Jiménez as Old leper(Spain dub) 
Juan Fernández as Wolf #2(Spain dub) 
Juan Carlos Lozano as Hunter #3(Spain dub) 
Julián Rodríguez as Watchman(Spain dub) 
Luis Bajo as Kôroku(Spain dub) 
Luis Gaspar as Wolf #1(Spain dub) 
Luis Marín as Fat man(Spain dub) 
Luis Mas as Leper #1(Spain dub) 
Manuel Osto as Samurai #5(Spain dub) 
Margarita De Francia as White girl(Spain dub) 
Margarita Ponce as Orange girl(Spain dub) 
María Jesús Varona as Pink girl(Spain dub) 
María José Maestro as Girl #1(Spain dub) 
Mario Martín as
Guard #3(Spain dub) 
Samurai #3(Spain dub) 
Matilde Conesa as Old woman(Spain dub) 
Mayte Tajadura as Blue girl(Spain dub) 
Miguel Zúñiga as Samurai #4(Spain dub) 
Miguel Ángel Montero as Guard(Spain dub) 
Paco Hernández as Okkoto(Spain dub) 
Paloma Porcel as Purple girl(Spain dub) 
Pedro Tena as Warrior(Spain dub) 
Pilar López Mijares as Yellow girl(Spain dub) 
Pilar Martín as Kaya(Spain dub) 
Rafael Calvo as
Little man(Spain dub) 
Samurai #1(Spain dub) 
Rafael Torres as Boar(Spain dub) 
Ramón Reparaz as Old man(Spain dub) 
Roberto Encinas as Red man(Spain dub) 
Ruperto Ares as Samurai #6(Spain dub) 
Tere Salazar de Quintanilla as Wise Old Lady(Mexican original dub) 
Tony Canal as Drunk man(Spain dub) 
Vicente Gisbert as Samurai #2(Spain dub) 

Arisbet Guerrero(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Arturo Acosta(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Eleazar Muñoz(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Juan Alfonso Carralero(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Paco Mauri(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Ricardo Rocha(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Ruth Toscano(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Valeria Caballero(Mexican 2010 redub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: laSexta3 (Spain; 2011-12-24) 
Dubbing Studio:
Estudio Tokio (Mexican 2010 redub) 
Euroaudiovisual (Madrid, Spain) 
Musitrón S.A. de C.V. (Mexican original dub) 
Zima Entertainment (Mexican 2010 redub) 
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Silvia Monelli 

ADubbing Assistant: Yuri Bedini 
Alessandro Quarta as Ashitaka 
Laura Lenghi as San 

Francesca Guadagno as Toky 
Giorgio Lopez as Jigo 
Marzia Ubaldi as Moro 

Alessandra Cassioli as Lady Eboshi 
Glauco Onorato as Okkoto 
Graziella Polesinanti as Oracolo 
Mino Caprio as Kohroku 
Paolo Buglioni as Gonza 
Italian companies
German staff
German cast
German companies
RTL2 (2003-12-24) 
Super RTL (2007-04-06) 
Buena Vista Home Entertainment (VHS) 
Universum-Films (DVD) 
Russian staff
Russian cast
Dubbing Director: Alexander Filchenko 
Russian companies
Danish staff
Danish cast
Danish companies
DVD Publisher: Scanbox (Release of the DVD) 
Polish staff
Polish companies
Polish cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Fernanda Crispin as San 
Peterson Adriano as Ashitaka 

Nelly Amaral as Kimi 
Sylvia Salustti as Toki 
Vera Miranda as Lady Eboshi 

Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal MAX (subtituled-Brazil) 
Distributor: Versátil Home Vídeo (DVD) 
Dubbing Studio: Audio News 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
Chinese (Hong Kong) staff
Chinese (Hong Kong) companies
Chinese (Hong Kong) cast
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