animated movie Anastasia © Don Bluth / Fox
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When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, Anastasia, the royal family's youngest daughter, barely escapes with her life. Years later, Anastasia has no memory of her past and knows herself to be only Anya, the orphan. She does have one clue to her missing heritage though--a pendant around her neck that says 'Meet me in Paris.' Anya meets up with Dimitri and Vlad who are looking to find a girl they can pass off as the missing "Anastasia" to get the huge reward being offered by Anastasia's grandmother, the Dowager Empress. Thinking Anya is the perfect candidate they talk her into taking a trip with them to Paris and, in an effort to track down her past, she agrees to go with them. To further complicate matters, the evil sorceror Rasputin, is also looking for Anastasia. He was responsible for the death of Anastasia's family and he will not rest until she is dead too.

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i do say this film is one of a kind. i saw this film like 9 years ago with my cousin. my favorite song from the film was, "journey to...
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Most of the time, this kind of Princess movie would have never gotten my interest, but this movie really got to me. The characters were amazing, I'm glad Anya was there,...
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I had only recently seen Anastasia through Netflix when I was on vacation, and it's easily won my heart ever since. I had first mistakened the movie to be from...
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Anastasia Was The Best. The Song Rasputin Sunged Makes Me Scared When I Was A Little Kid. The Battle Was The Best. The Part Where Anastasia Destroys The Reliquary Which...
Created by: Don Bluth, Fox
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Meg Ryan ... Anya / Anastasia
John Cusack ... Dimitri
Kelsey Grammer ... Vlad
Angela Lansbury ... Dowager Empress Marie
Christopher Lloyd ... Rasputin
Hank Azaria ... Bartok
Bernadette Peters ... Sophie
Kirsten Dunst ... young Anastasia
Jim Cummings ... Rasputin's singing voice
Lacey Chabert ... young Anastasia's singing voice
Directed by: Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
Produced by: Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
Executive Producers: Maureen Donley
Writing Credits: Susan Gauthier, Bruce Graham, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White and Eric Tuchman
Based on: the "Anastasia" play by Marcelle Maurette and Guy Bolton, and the 1956 screenplay by Arthur Laurents
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