Alakazam the Great
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"Alakazam the Great" is a 1960 Japanese musical anime film, based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, and was one of the earliest anime films to be released in the United States. Based on the manga My Son Goku by Osamu Tezuka, he was named as a director of the film by Toei Company. However, Tezuka later stated that the only time he was in the studio was to pose for publicity photos. His involvement as a consultant for the adaptation of his manga, and in promoting the film, however, led to his interest in animation.
- also known as Journey to the West, The Magic Land of Alakazam
- country: Japan
- language: Japanese Language
- directors: Daisaku Shirakawa, Taiji Yabushita, Osamu Tezuka
- producers: Samuel Z. Arkoff, Goro Kondaibo, James H. Nicholson, Lou Rusoff, Hideyuki Takahashi
- executive producer: Hiroshi Okawa
- written by Keinosuke Uekusa, Osamu Tezuka, Goro Kondaibo, Lee Kresel, Lou Rusoff & Hideyuki Takahashi
- based on "Journey to the West" by Osamu Tezuka
- Kiyoshi Komiyama as Son Goku
- Noriko Shindô as RinRin
- Hideo Kinoshita as Cho Hakkai
- Setsuo Shinoda as Sa Gojo
- Nobuaki Sekine as Sanzo Hoshi
- Kunihisa Takeda as Shaka-nyorai
- Katsuko Ozaki as Kanzeon-bosatsu
- Michiko Shirasaka as Shoryo
- Kinshirô Iwao as Gyûmaô
- Tamae Kato as Rasetsu-jo
- Kiyoshi Kawakubo as Kinkaku daiô
- Shûichi Kazamatsuri as Ginkaku daiô
- cinematography by Komei Ishikawa, Harusato Otsuka, Kenji Sugiyama
- edited by Salvatore Billitteri & Laurette Odney
- music by Les Baxter
- genres: Anime, Fantasy, Animation, Action Film
- released on (54 years ago)
"Alakazam the Great" is a musical album of Les Baxter, soundtrack.
- also known as Alakazam the Great Soundtrack
- released in (54 years ago)
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