My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Miyazaki wrote other story from Tonari no Totoro to release at Ghibli Museum.
Totoro makes a cameo in the flying scene.
a poster for this movie is visible in one of the girl's rooms
In one scene, a baby totoro is seen in the background.
Images of Totoro can be seen
The scene in which Chihiro looks up at the radish spirit in the elevator, he narrows his eyes at her and grunts, replicating the bus stop scene with Satsuki and Totoro. When Chihiro is riding Haku back to bath house, she mentions how she almost drowned in a river and subsequently lost her pink shoe, this is the same shoe that was believed to be Mei's in 'Tonari no Totoro. Also, the soot gremlins appear in both films.
character dressed as character from My Neighbor Totoro
Referenced by name.
the scene of Stitch in the rain with the frog
The Creature is based on Totoro
Totoro makes a cameo.
mentioned on a sticky note very briefly @ 0:27 seconds into the short.
Totoro can be seen amongst the crowd of imaginary creatures.
Totoro is in Imaginationland.
Lisa sings the second line of the song "Stroll" from the film after Sousuke tries to cheer her up
A car with Nekkobus (Catbus) markings can be seen in the upper left corner of the screen in the last scene in Tokyo when Mater is celebrating his win
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Gake no ue no Ponyo (2008)
Listed as a movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Totoro appears as a toy.
Totoro backpack seen worn by a convention attendee.
A Totoro shirt is seen on displayed at the Shad Con.
Totoro is one of Fluttershy's animal friends in a fantasy sequence.
Cover was shown.
Totoro's cameo in Toy Story 3 is mentioned.
During the Miyazaki scene, Otto is the catbus
An anime film with voice work by Gregory Snegoff, the voice of Everard Maltravers.
Clip(s) and discussed
Clips are shown for the video recommendation.
Jakob Stegelmann portrays Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, mentioning the film + clip shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
movie is reviewed
2006 English version is reviewed, clips shown.
Mentioned as one of Hayao Miyazaki's films, and one of the whimsically upbeat Studio Ghibli films. Clip briefly shown.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Hayao Miyazaki's obsession with flying + clip shown
Cartman's relationship with Kahtulu is a spoof on Mei & Totoro from Tonari no Totoro (1988)
One of the trick or treaters is dressed as Totoro.
dream with the giant turkey