- Published: [United States] : Burbank, CA : Walt Disney Home Entertainment ; Buena vista Home Entertainment, , c2001.
- Year Published: 2001
- Edition: Widescreen version (2.0:1 ; 16x9)
- Description: 2 videodiscs (124 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: DVD
- 078884461X :
- Suzuki, Toshio, 1950-
- Miyazaki, Hayao, 1941-
- Chase, Daveigh.
- Pleshette, Suzanne, 1937-
- Marsden, Jason, 1975-
- Holly, Lauren.
- Stiers, David Ogden.
- Chiklis, Michael, 1963-
- Strong, Tara, 1973-
- Kagawa, Megumi.
- Seyama, Takeshi.
- Hisaishi, Jô, 1950-
- Yoshida, Norobu.
- Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Firm)
- Tohokushinsha Film (Firm)
- Mitsubishi Shōji Kabushiki Kaisha.
- Tokuma Shoten.
- Sutajio Jiburi, Kabushiki Kaisha.
- Nihon Terebi.
- Walt Disney Home Entertainment (Firm)
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Available Copies: Downtown Youth
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.
Special features: special introduction by John Lasseter; the art of "Spirited away"; The Nippon Television special; select storyboard-to-scene comparision; voice talent featurette; original Japanese trailers.
English language voices: Daveigh Chase, Suzanne Pleshette, Jason Marsden, Lauren Holly, David Ogden Stiers, Michael Chiklis, Tara Strong.
When a young girl gets trapped in a strange new world of spirits, she must call upon the courage she never knew she had to free herself and rescue her parents.
DVD, Dolby digital 5.1 surround sound, Region 1 encoding.
Reviews & Summaries
In this particular story, we watch Chihiro learn to gather her courage, stop whining, and do the things that must be done to save her family from the Spirit Realm. It's a wonderful story about courage, responsibility, doing things without whining/complaining and learning how to grow up to take care of yourself and those around you. The characters that are a part of the Spirit Realm are imaginative, fascinating, and yet completely believable (if you believe in a Spirit Realm). While the imagery and storyline may be slightly frightening to younger children, I highly recommend this for any family with children around ages 7 and up.
Miyazaki at his BEST!
It should be noted that Disney did an exceptional job dubbing this film. GREAT voice acting.
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