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Anastasia (21-Nov-1997)

Directors: Don Bluth; Gary Goldman

Writers: Susan Gauthier; Bruce Graham; Bob Tzudiker; Noni White

From a play: Anastasia by Marcel Maurette

Original Score Composed and Conducted by: David Newman

Producers: Don Bluth; Gary Goldman

Keywords: Juvenile/Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hank Azaria
25-Apr-1964   Moe and Apu on The Simpsons
Lacey Chabert
30-Sep-1982   Claudia Salinger on Party of Five
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
John Cusack
28-Jun-1966   High Fidelity
Kirsten Dunst
30-Apr-1982   Mary-Jane in Spider-Man
Kelsey Grammer
21-Feb-1955   Frasier
Angela Lansbury
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Christopher Lloyd
22-Oct-1938   Jim Ignatowski on Taxi
Arthur Malet
24-Sep-1927   The Secret of NIMH
Andrea Martin
15-Jan-1947   SCTV cast member, 1976-81
Debra Mooney
28-Aug-1947   Edna Harper on Everwood
Bernadette Peters
28-Feb-1948   It Runs in the Family
Meg Ryan
19-Nov-1961   Sleepless In Seattle
J. K. Simmons
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man


Starring the Voices of
Meg Ryan   ...   Anastasia
John Cusack   ...   Dimitri
Kelsey Grammer   ...   Vladimir
Christopher Lloyd   ...   Rasputin
Hank Azaria   ...   Bartok
Bernadette Peters   ...   Sophie
Kirsten Dunst   ...   Young Anastasia
Angela Lansbury   ...   Dowager Empress Marie
Character Voices
Rick Jones   ...   Czar Nicholas, etc.
Andrea Martin   ...   Phlegmenkoff, etc.
Glenn Walker Harris, Jr.   ...   Young Dimitri
Debra Mooney   ...   Actress
Arthur Malet   ...   Travelling Man, etc.
Charity James   ...   Anastasia Impostor
Liz Callaway   ...   Singing Voice of Anastasia
Lacey Chabert   ...   Singing Voice of Young Anastasia
Jim Cummings   ...   Singing Voice of Rasputin
Jonathan Dokuchitz   ...   Singing Voice of Dimitri
Ensemble and Character Vocals
Brooks Almy   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Ellen Bernfeld   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Judith Blazer   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Jeff Blumenkrantz   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Ted Brunetti   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Glen Burtnick   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Vivian Cherry   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Robin Clark   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Victoria Clark   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Madeline Doherty   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Robert DuSold   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Gregg Edelman   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Al Fritsch   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Kyle Gordon   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Darius de Haas   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Michael Louis Harvey   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Jan Horvath   ...   Ensemble Vocals
John Jellison   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Kenny Karen   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Curtis King, Jr.   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Joseph Kolinski   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Alix Korey   ...   Ensemble Vocals
David Lowenstein   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Cindy Mizelle   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Bill Nolte   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Michele Pawk   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Billy Porter   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Patrick Quinn   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Karen Silver   ...   Ensemble Vocals
J. K. Simmons   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Frank Simms   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Emily Skinner   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Ted Sperling   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Vanéese Y. Thomas   ...   Ensemble Vocals
Lillias White   ...   Ensemble Vocals


Review by banion48 (posted on 4-Apr-2005)

Anastasia is a lovely musical animated movie produced by Fox studios. It stars Anastasia as an adult orphan, tracking down her heritage with the help of a handsome, money grubbing con-artist named Dimitri. Along the way to France, to meet the Dowager Empress, and Anastasia's actual living relative (unbeknownst to Dimitri) their steps are dogged by the supernatural powers of the Sorcerer Rasputin and his adorably sweet bat Bartok!

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