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The Enchanted Journey (1984)

Gurikku no bouken (original title)
A young chipmunk in the city undertakes a journey to return to the forest.

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Glicko, a young chipmunk living in the city with his sister, is enticed by the words of Pippo, the carrier pigeon, to leave home and find the Great Forest, the true home of chipmunks. Setting off alone, he encounters various friends and enemies as he tries to leave the big city and reach his legendary homeland. Written by Marlex

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During his recording session Orson Welles' pet dog sat on his own chair next to him. Peter Fernandez described the voice he needed as that of a pigeon that looked like a New York pigeon. Welles began with a Brooklyn accent, but was told that he just *looks* like a New York pigeon but has no accent. See more »

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Glicko: [singing] We're on our way, Nono. / What can I say, Nono? / Even if we have a long, long way to go.
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A lovely animated film
14 July 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was interested in watching The Enchanted Journey after coming across it by chance, and it was a decision that I am very glad I made. While I have seen better animated films, this lovely yet hard-to-find film was a true gem.

The animation is very nice, the backgrounds are ethereal with striking colours and the characters look cute. The soundtrack is of both beautiful and haunting quality, the dialogue has some funny, dark and poignant moments throughout and the story is heartfelt and charming with a dark centre to it too. As well as looking cute, the characters are likable and aren't thankfully devoid of personality. The voice acting is great, especially from Orson Welles.

Overall, The Enchanted Journey is lovely and worth looking out for. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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