|Headquarters||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Key people||Cindy Woodbyrne (Manager)
Simon Wells (Director)
Amblimation was the animation production arm of Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment. The studio was shut down in 1997 and some of the Amblimation staff went on to join DreamWorks Animation.  It was known for its quieter atmosphere, more subdued acting, and more atmospheric pace compared to a great deal of American animated films; these qualities usually led to underperformance at American box offices and may have factored in the decision to close the studio down. The company's mascot, Fievel Mousekewitz (An American Tail), appears in its production logo. A project to adapt the 1981 Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats was in the making, but was abandoned with the studio's closure.
|An American Tail: Fievel Goes West||November 22, 1991||$65,435,625|
|We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story||November 24, 1993||||$9,315,576|
|Balto||December 22, 1995||||$11,348,324|
Note: All series were co-produced with Universal Animation Studios.
- "Hollywood Falls Hard for Animation" - New York Times
- "A look inside Hollywood and the movies" - Los Angeles Times
- "Film: The Man Who Would Be Walt" - New York Times
- "Animated `We're Back!' is dandy for the Barney set" - The Sun
- "`Balto'gives filmgoers a real run for their money" - Dallas Morning News
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