Jack and the Witch (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Animation, Fantasy

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Jack goes for a ride with his animal friends--a bear, a fox and a puppy. He meets a girl who takes them by helicopter to the castle of a witch who turns children into devils.



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Taiji Yabushita


Shin'ichi Sekizawa, Susumu Takaku


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20 February 2007 | mutt12-1
| Nobody ever believed me that this title existed...
I remember seeing this cartoon back when I was eight years old back in '85. For some reason, I remembered it being claymation, but I guess I'm just going senile. Anyways, for years I remembered this rather head-trippy, dark, and slightly sadistic, but rather magical cartoon, but most of my friends thought I was crazy. The most memorable thing was the scary ampitheatre full of monsters chanting "Into the machine! Into the machine!" and turning poor little Squeaker into a bat demon thing.

Anyways, for years, since the advent of the internet, I scoured the web for any trace of this wonderful animated adventure, but sadly came up short. I was starting to think I might of imagined it all... until recently, when I met a friend who saw the same thing and actually remembered the title. So now I googled the title and all the memories came back to me.

It's a pity I can't find an English region-1 DVD or VHS of it. I'd of loved to see it again. ;_;

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Plot Summary


Animation | Fantasy


Release Date:

19 March 1967



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