G | | Animation, Adventure, Family
An adaption of the classic tale of a girl's dreams turned reality when her new toy turns out to be a young man placed under a curse.
Was originally to be directly adapted from the ballet, but the producers couldn't secure the rights to its story. The script ultimately became a straight-forward adaptation and hybrid of E. T. A. Hoffman's original story and Tchaikovsky's score from the ballet.
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When Fritz is shown preparing for battle only seconds after Clara was shown in full figure dancing in her new, pink slippers, they are replaced with dark, strapped shoes in the following full figure shot.
The opening credits feature sketches of some scenes from the film, displayed as framed pictures against a brown background before the last one segues to the film's first shot as to begin the story.
The end credits in the international Majestic Films/Allied Filmmakers prints have credits for Majestic Films International and Allied Filmmakers along with Jake Eberts as an executive producer. The American print by Warner Bros. doesn't have the credits for these three.
English, French, Japanese
$908,999 25 November 1990
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