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Arrietty ()

Kari-gurashi no Arietti (original title)
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The Clock family are four-inch-tall people who live anonymously in another family's residence, borrowing simple items to make their home. Life changes for the Clocks when their teenage... See more »

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Spiller (voice)
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Arrietty (voice)
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Shawn (voice)
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Pod (voice)
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Hara (voice)
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Homily (voice)
Shin'ichi Hatori ...
TV Announcer (voice)
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Arrietty (voice)
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Shô (voice)
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Spiller (voice)
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Homily (voice)
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Pod (voice)
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Sadako (voice)
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Haru (voice)
Ray Gillon ...
Additional Voices (voice)
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Steve Alpert ...
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Spiller (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
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Shou (voice)
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Haru (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
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Additional Voices (voice)
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Pod (voice)
Gracie Moore ...
Aunt Jessica (voice) (as Gracie Poletti)
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Arrietty (voice)
Dale Sison ...
Harachi (voice)
Keiko Takeshita ...
Sadako (voice)
Shinobu Ôtake ...
Homily (voice)

Directed by

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Hiromasa Yonebayashi

Written by

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Mary Norton ... (novel "The Borrowers")
 
Hayao Miyazaki ... (screenplay) &
Keiko Niwa ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Walt deFaria ... executive producer
Soledad Gatti-Pascual ... producer
Kathleen Kennedy ... executive producer
Frank Marshall ... executive producer
Hayao Miyazaki ... executive producer
Toshio Suzuki ... producer

Music by

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Cécile Corbel

Cinematography by

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Atsushi Okui ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Rie Matsuhara ... (as Rie Matsubara)

Editorial Department

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Mathieu Reid ... color timer

Art Direction by

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Yôji Takeshige
Noboru Yoshida

Production Management

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Hannah Cook ... production manager: UK

Art Department

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Hiromasa Yonebayashi ... storyboard artist

Sound Department

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Courtney Bishop ... adr recordist
Brian Chumney ... assistant supervising sound editor: Skywalker Sound
James Glenton ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Koji Kasamatsu ... sound designer
Eriko Kimura ... foley recordist
Scott R. Lewis ... assistant re-recording mixer: Skywalker Sound
Michael Miller ... ADR mixer / adr mixer
Richard Quinn ... ADR editor (as Rich Quinn)
Gary Rydstrom ... adr director
Michael Semanick ... re-recording mixer: Skywalker Sound
James Spencer ... recordist: Skywalker Sound

Animation Department

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Shigeo Akahori ... key animator
Yuuko Azuma ... key animator
Ryouma Ebata ... key animator
Kaori Fujii ... inbetween checker
Hiroki Fujiwara ... key animator
Yoshikazu Fukutome ... background artist
Shôgo Furuya ... key animator
Makiko Futaki ... key animator
Hideki Hamazu ... key animator (as Hideki Hamasu)
Sayaka Hirahara ... background artist
Shunsuke Hirota ... assistant animation director
Takeshi Imamura ... key animator
Ryôko Ina ... background artist
Yumi Ishii ... background artist
Asami Ishikado ... key animator
Misato Iwata ... background artist
Megumi Kagawa ... animation director
Emi Kamiishi ... key animator
Naomi Kasugai ... background artist
Keiko Katô ... key animator (as Keiko Kato)
Takashi Kawaguchi ... key animator
Katsuya Kondô ... key animator
Fumie Konno ... key animator
Masahiko Kubo ... key animator
Ryoji Masuyama ... key animator
Mariko Matsuo ... key animator
Tomoko Miura ... key animator
Yasuo Muroi ... key animator
Izumi Muta ... background artist
Satoshi Nagura ... key animator
Katsutoshi Nakamura ... assistant animation director
Satoko Nakamura ... background artist
Manabu Nakatake ... key animator
Masako Nakazato ... background artist
Youichi Nishikawa ... background artist
Rie Nishino ... key animator
Yuka Nitta ... background artist
Reiko Nozaki ... key animator
Kazuo Oga ... background artist
Hiromasa Ogura ... background artist
Minoru Ohashi ... key animator
Kazuyoshi Onoda ... assistant animation director
Kiyotaka Oshiyama ... key animator
Miwa Sasaki ... key animator
Masako Sato ... key animator
Shiho Sato ... background artist
Yoshiharu Sato ... key animator
Emiko Shimura ... key animator
Makiko Suzuki ... key animator
Mariko Suzuki ... assistant inbetween checker
Moyo Takahashi ... key animator
Yôhei Takamatsu ... background artist
Atsushi Tamura ... key animator
Atsuko Tanaka ... key animator
Naoya Tanaka ... background artist
Kôichi Usami ... key animator
Youichi Watanabe ... background artist
Ken'ichi Yamada ... key animator
Shinichiro Yamada ... key animator
Atsushi Yamagata ... assistant animation director
Eiji Yamamori ... key animator
Akihiko Yamashita ... animation director
Kikuyo Yano ... background artist
Masafumi Yokota ... assistant animation director
Mitsuo Yoshino ... background artist
Hideaki Yoshio ... key animator
Seiko Yoshioka ... background artist
Takashi Ômori ... background artist
Shinji Ôtsuka ... key animator (as Shinji Otsuka)
Hiromasa Yonebayashi ... in-between animator (uncredited) / key animator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Shaheen Baig ... casting: uk

Music Department

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Simon Caby ... composer: theme music
Cécile Corbel ... composer: theme music
Yôko Ihira ... lyrics
Dale Sison ... musician

Other crew

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Akio Ichimura ... financial manager
Takayasu Ito ... financial manager
Karey Kirkpatrick ... english adaptation
Hayao Miyazaki ... planner
Gareth Molan ... electronic press kit
Gary Rydstrom ... director: English dub
Noriko Takaya ... harmony process

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

14-year-old Arrietty and the rest of the Clock family live in peaceful anonymity as they make their own home from items that they borrow from the house's human inhabitants. However, life changes for the Clocks when a human boy discovers Arrietty. Written by ANN

Plot Keywords
Taglines Ningen ni mirare te wa ikenai. Sore ga yukashita no kodomo-tachi no okite datta. (Do not be seen by humans. That's been the law of children of the underfloor.) See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Chiisana Arrietty (Japan)
  • Kari-gurashi (Japan)
  • Karigurashi no Arrietty (Japan)
  • The Secret World of Arrietty (Japan, English title)
  • Chiisana Ariettei (Japan)
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Runtime
  • 94 min
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Box Office

Budget $23,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend Japan JPY884,725,940, 18 Jul 2010
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $145,570,827

Did You Know?

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Trivia The story takes place in 2010 in Western Tokyo's neighborhood of Koganei. Koganei is also where Studio Ghibli is located. See more »
Goofs The story takes place some where in western Tokyo. Domestic cars in Japan have their steering wheels on the right side, but Aunt Sadoko's Mercedes is a left hand drive, since it is an imported car. The housekeeper Haru's red car is a right hand drive, as it is a normal, domestic Japanese car. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in This Means War (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Arrietty's Song See more »
Quotes Arietty: I have to go. When is your operation?
Shô: The day after tomorrow. I'm going to be okay. You gave me the courage to live.
Arietty: [Unclipping the pin from her hair & giving it to Shawn] For luck.
Shô: Thanks.
Arietty: [Now crying] You protected me after all.
Shô: Arrietty...
Arietty: I hope you have the best life ever. Goodbye.
Shô: Arrietty, you're a part of me now. I'll never forget you, ever.
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