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Puss in Boots (1969)
"Nagagutsu o haita neko" (original title)

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A swashbuckling cat helps a peasant boy rescue a princess from a wizard.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Susumu Ishikawa ...
Pero (voice)
Toshiko Fujita ...
Pierre (voice)
Rumi Sakakibara ...
Princess Rosa (voice)
Asao Koike ...
Lucifer (voice)
Kin'ya Aikawa ...
Killer A (voice)
Isamu Tanonaka ...
Killer B (voice)
Ado Mizumori ...
Killer C (voice)
Kazuo Kumakura ...
Boss Mouse (voice)
Yoko Mizugaki ...
Little Mouse (voice)
Kenji Utsumi ...
Daniel (voice)
Shun Yashiro ...
Ramon (voice)
Kiiton Masuda ...
King (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Masako Nozawa ...
(voice)
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Princess rosa
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Sentenced to death for rescuing mice, swashbuckling cat Pero is evading a trio of bumbling feline assassins when he meets a timid boy named Pierre. Kicked out of home and cheated of his inheritance by his greedy brothers, Pierre joins Pero as a nomad. Arriving in a kingdom, they learn the Princess Rose is to be given to the wealthiest man in the land. Seeing that Pierre is taken with the girl at first sight, Pero presents him as a duke to the royal family. Rose falls for Pierre's gentle ways, but it turns out the dark prince and wizard Lucifier seeks to make the princess his bride and snatches her away to his castle. Can Pero and Pierre overcome this great adversary? Written by cupcakes

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An Exciting Fairy tale Adventure In Beautiful Animation!


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18 March 1969 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots  »

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The main character, Pero the cat, was so popular he eventually became the mascot of Toei Animation. See more »

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A wonderful fairy-tale anime film from 1969
22 February 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Here is another favorite fairy tale that I love from Charles Perrault, and also maded into a wonderful anime film from 1969. I had ordered the DVD of this film, and after watching it a few times, it became one of my favorite anime films - and animated literary film. There are a number of song-and-dance numbers, which to bonified anime-fans think they'd sound a little Disney-fied; but what I had to say, I love them those numbers.

I have added Princess Rose to my list of Non-Disney Princesses, and she certainly fits the part nicely. Overall this film is wonderful fairy-tale fantasy and a must-have for anime fans - like me.


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