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60 Millionen für Phantásien - Wie die 'unendliche Geschichte' ins Kino kam (1984)

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Falkor (voice) (uncredited)
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Michael Ende ...
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Atreyu (uncredited)
Hannes Nikel ...
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Bastian (uncredited)
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Tilo Prückner ...
Night Hob (archive footage) (uncredited)
Heinz Reincke ...
Falkor (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Teeny Weeny (archive footage) (uncredited)
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The Childlike Empress (uncredited)
Jost Vacano ...
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[Michael Ende is interviewed about the film, which he did not like]
Michael Ende: Of course, most important, would be to create a Phantasia in that film that shows the world of imagination. But what the film contains from imagination hardly exceeds the standard of an average night club. The interior of the Ivory Tower only misses having a mirror ball and a girl group to put the audience in a night club. All that should have been mysterious and magical is totally flat and banal. The Ivory Tower itself is shown...
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