Space Jam is a 1996 American live-action/animated film starring Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes characters; this movie also marks the debut of Lola Bunny, who in this film is voiced by Kath Soucie. It was produced by Ivan Reitman, and directed by Joe Pytka (live-action), Tony Cervone, and Bruce W. Smith (animation). The film was released theatrically by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment on November 15, 1996.
Cats Don't Dance is a 1997 animated musical film, notable as the only fully animated feature produced by Turner Entertainment's feature animation unit (later merged into Warner Bros. Animation, Turner Feature Animation had also produced the animated portions of The Pagemaster in 1994). The film was distributed to movie theaters by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment.
The Iron Giant is a 1999 animated science fiction film produced by Warner Bros. Animation, based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Brad Bird directed the film, which stars a voice cast of Eli Marienthal as Hogarth Hughes, as well as Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick, Jr. , Vin Diesel, Christopher McDonald and John Mahoney. The film tells the story of a lonely boy raised by his widowed mother, discovering a giant iron man which fell from space.
Rover Dangerfield is an animated feature film produced by Hyperion Pictures and released by Warner Bros. , starring the voice talents of comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who also wrote and co-produced the film. It is about a street dog named Rover, who is owned by a Las Vegas showgirl. Rover gets dumped off Hoover Dam by the showgirl's boyfriend. However, rather than drowning, Rover ends up on a farm.
Quest for Camelot is an animated feature film from Warner Bros. Animation, released in 1998. It is based on the novel The King's Damosel by Vera Chapman. The movie is about a young woman named Kayley who wants to be a knight of the Round Table in Camelot like her father Sir Lionel, a blind young man named Garrett who wishes only to be left alone, and their quest to find Excalibur.
The Incredible Mr. Limpet is a 1964 American live-action/animated film from Warner Brothers about a human named Limpet who turns into a talking fish resembling a tilefish and helps the U.S. Navy to defeat Nazis using his new "thrum", an intense noise that disrupts underwater instruments and weapons. Don Knotts plays the title character. The live action was directed by Arthur Lubin, while the animation was directed by Robert McKimson.
Happy Feet is a 2006 computer-animated comedy-drama film with music, directed and co-written by George Miller. It was produced at Sydney-based visual effects and animation studio Animal Logic for Warner Bros. , Village Roadshow Pictures and Kingdom Feature Productions and was released in North America on November 17, 2006. It is the first animated feature film produced by Kennedy Miller in association with visual effects/design company Animal Logic.
Gay Purr-ee is an animated film musical produced by United Productions of America and released by Warner Bros. in 1962. It features the voice talent of Judy Garland and was Garland's only animated voice role. According to the production notes on the DVD edition, it was Garland who suggested that her Wizard of Oz songwriters, Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, should write and compose the songs for Gay Purr-ee.
Beowulf is a 2007 American performance capture fantasy film that is based on the Anglo-Saxon English epic poem of the same name. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the film was created through a motion capture process similar to the technique used in The Polar Express and Monster House. The cast includes Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, Robin Wright Penn, Brendan Gleeson, John Malkovich, Crispin Glover, Alison Lohman, and Angelina Jolie.
Hey Good Lookin' is a 1982 animated film written, directed, and produced by Ralph Bakshi. The film takes place in Brooklyn, New York, during the 1950s and focuses on Vinnie, the leader of a gang named "the Stompers," his friend, Crazy Shapiro, and their girls, Roz and Eva. It features the voices of Richard Romanus, David Proval, Tina Bowman and Jesse Welles. The film was produced during the same period as Bakshi's other street life-related films Heavy Traffic and Coonskin.
Twice Upon a Time may refer to: Twice Upon a Time (1953 film), a British 1953 comedy film Twice Upon a Time (1983 film), a 1983 animated movie Twice Upon a Time (Joe Diffie album) Twice Upon a Time (Kingston Trio album) ', an album by Siouxsie & the Banshees
A Troll in Central Park (also known as Stanley's Magic Garden) is a 1994 animated feature-length film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, creators of films such as Thumbelina, The Land Before Time, and All Dogs Go to Heaven. It was released on October 7, 1994 by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment.
TMNT (also known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4) is a 2007 film based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. The film sees the Turtles grow apart after their defeat of The Shredder. Meanwhile, strange things are happening in New York City. An army of ancient creatures threatens to take over the world and the Turtles must unite again to save it.
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer is an animated film released on November 15, 1985 by Warner Bros. , and produced by DiC Entertainment and Hallmark Cards. This is the only film to feature the greeting card character, Rainbow Brite, who (prior to its release) also appeared in her own television specials and later a Kideo TV series. In the film, Rainbow Brite tries to bring spring to an Earth that is already facing a perpetual winter.
Thumbelina is a 1994 American animated film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman from a screenplay by Bluth based on Hans Christian Andersen's Thumbelina. The film was produced by Sullivan Bluth Studios and was released by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment on March 30, 1994.
The Polar Express is a 2004 computer-animated film based on the children's book of the same title by Chris Van Allsburg. Written, produced, and directed by Robert Zemeckis, the "human" characters in the film were "animated" using "live action" performance capture technique, with the exception of the waiters who dispense hot chocolate on the train, because their feats were impossible for real-life actors to achieve.
Osmosis Jones is a live-action/animated film whose title character is Osmosis Jones, an anthropomorphic white blood cell. Unusual for this genre, the live action characters and cartoon characters never meet. The live action characters are people as they appear in the real world, and the animated characters are the cells and germs which live inside a man named Frank, whom the story concerns.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters is an animated comedy film based on the Adult Swim animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The film was written and directed by the show's creators, Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis, and was released on April 13, 2007, by First Look Pictures. The film's poster was drawn by Julie Bell and Boris Vallejo, and parodies the "King of the Mountain" design.
The King and I is a 1999 animated film adaptation of the stage musical The King and I, which in turn is adapted from the Anna Leonowens story. The film was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Morgan Creek Productions, and released to theatrically by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment. The animation was done by the Indian company Pentamedia Graphics and the US-based Rich Animation Studios in association with Rankin/Bass Productions.
The Ant Bully is a 2006 computer-animated film based on the 1999 children's book and produced by Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman's Playtone, John Davis and Keith Alcorn's DNA Productions and directed by the aforementioned Davis. Released in movie theatres on July 28, 2006 by Warner Bros.
The Nutcracker Prince is a 1990 animated film made by Lacewood Productions and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film was directed by Paul Schibli and based on the story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by E.T.A. Hoffmann and influenced by its ballet adaptation The Nutcracker. The film features the voice talents of Kiefer Sutherland as Hans/ The Nutcracker, Megan Follows as Clara, Peter O'Toole as Pantaloon, an old soldier, and Peter Boretski as Uncle Drosselmeier.