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15 September 2000 (Italy) See more »
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A Cinderella meets her Prince Charming on the ill-fated Titanic. Along for the ride are a rapping dog, other talking animals, and an assortment of wacky humans. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Lisa Russo ... Angelica (voice)
Mark Thompson-Ashworth ... William (voice) (as Mark Ashworth)
Gisella Mathews ... Gertrude (voice)
Silva Belton ... Bernice (voice)
Bianca Alessandra Ara ... Hortense (voice) (as Bianca Ara)
Veronica Wells ... Corynthia (voice)
Jacques Stany ... Gaston (voice)
Clive Riche ... Kirk (voice)
Doug Meakin ... Dirk (voice)
Mickey Knox ... Sam (voice)
David Brandon ... Stockard (voice)
Kenneth Belton ... The Captain (voice) (as Ken Belton)
Pat Starke ... Molly (voice)
Caroline Yung ... Maxie (voice)
Jill Tyler ... Victoria (voice)
Gregory Snegoff ... Fritz / Geoffrey (voice) (as Greg Snegoff)
Edmund Purdom ... Jeremy McFlannel (voice) (as Edmond Purdom)
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Susan Spafford ... Angelica's Mother (voice) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Camillo Teti 
 
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Camillo Teti 

Produced by
Gian Paolo Brugnoli .... producer
Marco Colombo .... associate producer
Daniele Lorenzano .... associate producer
Marco Scaffardi .... producer
Camillo Teti .... producer
 
Original Music by
Detto Mariano 
Matt McGuire (international version)
 
Film Editing by
Giovanni Conti 
 
Art Direction by
Oliviero Murru 
 
Art Department
Silvano Mezzatesta .... storyboard supervisor
 
Animation Department
Selahattin Akbulut .... animator
Chiara Antelmi .... layout artist
Fabio Bianchini .... animator
Alessio Bini .... animator
Simona Bonivento .... animator
Simona Bonivento .... character modeler
Andrea Bracale .... layout artist
Nadia Cavallini .... clean-up artist
Giuliano Cenci .... animator
Flavia Confaloni .... animator
Laura Confaloni .... assistant animator
Francesca Conti .... assistant animator
Valentina D'Orsi .... animator
Rossella Del Turco .... animator
Sabina Di Girolamo .... layout artist
Donato Fierro .... scene planner (as Donato Alfredo Fierro Perez)
Linda Imposimato .... clean-up artist
Paola Luciani .... assistant animator
Italo Marazzi .... animator
Andrea Minella .... animator
Donà Monica .... assistant animator (as Monica Donà)
Macha Movahed .... assistant animator
Carlo Panerai .... animator
Sabrina Panunzi .... assistant animator
Valeria Pronti .... animator
Gabriele Ranfagni .... clean-up artist
Marco Regina .... clean-up artist
Alice Rossi .... clean-up artist
Paolo Turini .... clean-up artist
Elena Vasta .... clean-up artist
 
Other crew
Jymn Magon .... creative consultant
Frank von Kuegelgen .... voice director
 

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Also Known As:
"Titanic: La leggenda continua..." - Italy (original title)
"Titanic: The Animated Movie" - Canada (English title) (video box title)
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Canada:72 min | Argentina:90 min
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Edmund Purdom's final film.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The sinking occurs out of order. The first funnel fell, not the 4th. When William jumps from the deck with the boy, the ship is breaking in two. When he surfaces, the back of a ship that says "Titanic Liverpool" is going under. Later, he gets his foot stuck on a rope on a handrail of the submerged stern. In the next shot, the ship is breaking in two again, then the propellers crash down on the water, and the ship correctly performs her final plunge. The flashback at the beginning shows the sinking sequence in order.See more »
Quotes:
Maxie:If it hadn't been for you I would now be in someone else's digestion.
Fritz:You know there's something you should know, so I'm gonna tell you so, don't sweat it, forget it, enjoy the show!
[begins rapping]
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References 101 Dalmatians (1961)See more »
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13 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
This Horrible Abomination of a Classic Is... A Guilty Pleasure, 3 October 2013
Author: vornado11 from United States

NOTE: This review is based on the UNCUT version, not the choppy American version.

Before I begin, I just want to say one thing: This movie IS a horrible piece of film and animation.

The characters are possibly the most unoriginal I've ever seen. How unoriginal? They blatantly steal characters from other movies! Our characters include a young girl who is forced into slavery by her evil stepmother and two selfish stepsisters, a la Cinderella, two bumbling Cockney-accented thugs are bossed into thievery by a white-haired lady in a fur coat, a la 101 Dalmations, and a family of vaguely Russian-accented mice that travel to America with the youngest one constantly getting into trouble a la America Tail. There are a few other characters in this movie that might also be rip-offs(a granny, a nanny, a French singer, etc.), and they all share the same blandness and one-dimensional movement throughout the movie.

The story is absolutely silly. It's basically Titanic with a lot more subplots that go nowhere. Our leads Angelica and William(switched from rich girl/poor boy to rich boy/poor girl) board the ship, fall in love at first sight, and somehow end up married by movie's end. In addition, we have subplots about Angelica's lost necklace and mother, a cat and a dog who terrorize the other animal passengers, a con artist who's trying to seduce a banker she thinks is rich, a Sherlock Holmes knockoff trying to track down thieves, and quite a few more that, to the film's credit, do get resolved, albeit rather sloppily. It's like the movie had 5 different writers writing different things and the Editor just copy/pasted everything into one script with no changes. The result is a mish-mash of stories that, although not as bad as Monster a Go-Go, still leads to a confusing mess.

Let's talk about the technical aspects, aka the sound, animation, and editing. It's all some of the worst I've ever seen. The animation is incredibly inconsistent, with some scenes almost looking three-dimensional and others looking like a three-frame Flash file! In addition, there's an assortment of animated goofs to keep an eye out for(a guy growing in size as he runs, two women walking in place, disappearing clothing, and, my favorite, one of the characters walking through a table!) The sound and dubbing is really bad as well, with none of the actors sounding interested in the least. Also, some scenes apparently didn't have dialog recorded as they simply REPEAT EXACTLY WHAT THEY SAID A MINUTE AGO! Conversations, reassurances, screams, etc. are all repeated several times in the movie by the main characters! Why didn't they just cut the scenes out? Because the editing is AWFUL! A lot of scenes are repeated over and over to fill in time and some scenes take place immediately after or on top of other scenes that have nothing to do with the context! My favorite is where they play the same scene of the Second Officer THREE TIMES in 10 seconds, with only slight and painfully obvious differences in the dialog! The writers don't care, the animators don't care, and the editor doesn't care. Sounds like a great movie to me...

As for the music, a lot of the soundtrack sounds like violins played in reverse all throughout the movie. It's not horrible, I guess, but strange. There are also a few songs(mostly generic tunes thrown in at the last minute), but there are two that REALLY stand out. First, there's the "You're In My Blood" song, which is probably the worst love song ever sung, even worse than most of the terrible modern pop songs you hear on the radio. Sample Lyrics: "You're in my blood, you're in my blood, you're in my blood, my bloooooooooOOOOOOOOooooaaad/So let's start this rite of love/WiiiiiiiiIIIIIIiiith love." Second, and this is the only reason most of you have heard of this movie, a RAPPING DOG! YES! A dog dressed in a Jersey, holding a boom box, dancing in front of a New York backdrop, singing a genre of music that won't be invented for 60 years! Why? What purpose does it have? Does it affect anything? Never explained. Comes out of nowhere, fades into the same nowhere, and is never brought up again! ...Well, that's one way to make a movie stand out...

Now, with all that in mind, this movie... is really fun to watch.

It does everything so wrong, cares so little, and insults so much intelligence, that it's actually a fascinating movie. You actually want to keep watching to see what bit of insanity occurs next! At the very least, you won't be bored by how strangely this movie was put together.

In addition, there are some good things about it as well. The design of the characters, for the most part, is rather good. Angelica almost looks like a Disney Princess. A lot of the shading, movement, and even some of the slapstick is well done and well timed, so it looks like at least some effort went into this. Finally, this movie does something better than Cameron's version: It explores the ship and passengers. While Cameron tried to focus solely on the cartoonish romance of Rose and Jack, with the other characters just shoved in, the movie does give time to show the stories of each passenger, even if they are sloppy. So, in a way, this movie did something better than Cameron. And yes, give it credit, this movie also understands that the sinking was a tragedy that took the lives of many. ...Barely.

In conclusion, this movie is a fun little train-wreck that is impossible to take seriously. If you're curious as to how badly an animation can be made without it being outright horrible or insulting, I'd recommend it. Just don't use it as a history lesson...

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