Spirited Away [SteelBook] [Blu-ray/DVD]

Spirited Away [SteelBook] [Blu-ray/DVD]

 Cast: Rumi Hiiragi
Rumi Hiiragi
, Miyu Irino
Miyu Irino
, Mari Natsuki
Mari Natsuki
, Naito Takashi
Naito Takashi
, Yasuko Sawaguchi
Yasuko Sawaguchi
Spirited Away [SteelBook] [Blu-ray/DVD]

Spirited Away [SteelBook] [Blu-ray/DVD]

 Cast: Rumi Hiiragi
Rumi Hiiragi
, Miyu Irino
Miyu Irino
, Mari Natsuki
Mari Natsuki
, Naito Takashi
Naito Takashi
, Yasuko Sawaguchi
Yasuko Sawaguchi

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Master animation director Hayao Miyazaki follows up on his record-breaking 1997 opus Princess Mononoke with this surreal Alice in Wonderland-like tale about a lost little girl. The film opens with ten-year-old Chihiro riding along during a family outing as her father races through remote country roads. When they come upon a blocked tunnel, her parents decide to have a look around -- even though Chihiro finds the place very creepy. When they pass through the tunnel, they discover an abandoned amusement park. As Chihiro's bad vibes continue, her parents discover an empty eatery that smells of fresh food. After her mother and father help themselves to some tasty purloined morsels, they turn into giant pigs. Chihiro understandably freaks out and flees. She learns that this very weird place, where all sorts of bizarre gods and monsters reside, is a holiday resort for the supernatural after their exhausting tour of duty in the human world. Soon after befriending a boy named Haku, Chihiro learns the rules of the land: one, she must work , as laziness of any kind is not tolerated; and two, she must take on the new moniker of Sen. If she forgets her real name, Haku tells her, then she will never be permitted to leave.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/15/2020
UPC: 0826663214185
Original Release: 2001
Rating: PG
Source: Shout Factory
Language: English
Time: 2:05:00
Sales rank: 2,057

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rumi Hiiragi Chihiro Ogino
Miyu Irino Master Haku
Mari Natsuki Yubaba/Zeniba
Naito Takashi Chihiro's Father, Akio
Yasuko Sawaguchi Chihiro's Mother, Yuko
Tsunehiko Kamijo Assistant Manager
Bunta Sugawara Kamaji
Donald Reignoux Voices
Laurence Breheret Voices
Jean Francois Aupied Voices
Véronique Volta Voices
Gilbert Lévy Voices
Claire Bouanich Voices
Daveigh Chase Chihiro [USA Version]
Jason Marsden Haku [USA Version]
Suzanne Pleshette Yubaba/Zeniba [USA Version]
Yumi Tamai Lin
Susan Egan Lin [USA Version]
David Stiers Boiler Room Man [USA Version]
Tatsuya Gasyuin Frog man
Lauren Holly Chihiro's mother [USA Version]
Michael Chiklis Chihiro's father [USA Version]
Ryunosuke Kamiki Boh
John Ratzenberger The Bathhouse Manager [USA Version]
Yo Oizumi Foreman of the frog men
Tara Strong Baby Boh
Koba Hayashi River God
Takehiko Ono Employee
Joe Hisaishi Composer

Technical Credits
Hayao Miyazaki Director,Screenwriter
Hironori Aihara Executive Producer
Toshio Suzuki Producer
Koji Hoshino Executive Producer
Takeyoshi Matsushita Executive Producer
Yutaka Narita Executive Producer
Jamie Thompson Casting
Yasuyoshi Tokuma Executive Producer
Banjiro Uemura Executive Producer
Seiichiro Ujiie Executive Producer
Donald W. Ernst Producer
John Lasseter Producer,Executive Producer
Michihiro Ito Special Effects
Seiichiro Ujie Executive Producer
Cindy Davis Hewitt Screenwriter
Donald Hewitt Screenwriter
Kazuhiro Takeshige Sound/Sound Designer
Shuji Inoue Sound/Sound Designer
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