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The opening credit roll was animated by Hayao Miyazaki, except for two scenes by experienced animator Yasuji Mori. Assigned to animate a ring dance of Heidi and Peter, Mori wanted to analyze a movement of two real people, so Miyazaki and animation director Yôichi Kotabe did a ring dance in a parking lot next to their studio, and Mori shot them with an 8mm camera for reference. See more »
I loved this cartoon when I watched it as a child in Europe and now I felt very happy to find it on youtube and watch it all over again.
Heidi is a beautiful story about a little girl that lives with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. We get to see her adventures in the mountains and outside of them.
Created by a Japanese anime director it is amazing how beautifully he portrayed the culture and the landscapes. I loved the drawings of the alps an the animals. He made an amazing job to show the atmosphere of the location that makes one just want to go there and one can feel the happiness and beauty of it.
The episodes in Frankfurt are the worst ones. They are sad and Heidi seems not as smart as she always does. But this sure has a reason as those episodes portray the sad time.
Lovely cartoon that all kids would love and their parents would enjoy with them
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