Kiki's Delivery Service (1989)
based on the same novel series by Eiko Kadono..
Live Action Remake of Studio Ghibli's Animated Film.
clips are shown
Tombo not only shares the looks of Brewster but also his desire to fly.
The policeman that pulls up Kiki in the film, wears almost identical clothes to that of the Illinois Nazis.
Kiki makes a cameo in the flying scene.
When Shizuku is working on her book, you can see over her left shoulder a witch on a broomstick, this is a reference to one of Miyazaki's earlier films "Kiki's Delivery Service".
The song in Kakariko Village is inspired by the music in Kiki's Delivery Service.
Referenced during a segment on the Telluride Film Festival.
In a scene where Sen is speaking to Granny in her house there is a wood-cut picture in the background of a witch, broom and black cat. A reference to "Kiki's Delivery Service"
Referenced by name.
Kirsten Dunst is refered to as 'Kiki', who she played in the dubbed version of this film.
"Oh hey, I didn't know Kiki was in this movie."
Cover was shown.
During the Miyazaki scene, Patty and Selma are witches on brooms with a cat
Mentioned as one of the whimsically upbeat Studio Ghibli films.
another Phil Hartman project
An anime film with voice work by Gregory Snegoff, the voice of Everard Maltravers.
Eileen is dressed up as Kiki
Kiki shows up and kicks the witches' asses
Reviewed (English VHS release).
One of the Video Picks of the Week.
A clip is shown.
reviewed + footage used
movie is reviewed
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Hayao Miyazaki's obsession with flying + clip shown
A clip of the Janitor saying "That was my broom, you know" was shown.
movie is discussed and analyzed