List of animated feature films of 1972

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A list of animated feature films that were first released in 1972.

Animated feature films of 1972
Title Country Director Studio Animation technique Notes
The Adventures of Pinocchio
Un Burattino di nome Pinocchio
Italy Giuliano Cenci Traditional
The Amlash Enchanted Forest
(Ha'Ya'ar Ha-Kasum)
Israel Shlomo Suriano Traditional
Anteojito and Antifaz: A Thousand Attempts and One Invention
Anteojito y Antifaz, mil intentos y un invento
Argentina Manuel García Ferré Producciones García Ferré Traditional
The Enchanted World of Danny Kaye: The Emperor's New Clothes United States Denmark Japan Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Video Tokyo Production
Stop motion/Live action TV special
Fritz the Cat United States Ralph Bakshi Aurica Finance Company
Black Ink
Fritz Productions
Steve Krantz Productions
Traditional First film directed by Ralph Bakshi. First adult animated feature to be produced and released in the United States. Originally rated X, rating surrendered by MGM for unrated video release
Go Get Them 0011
魔犬ライナー0011変身せよ! (Maken Liner 0011 Henshin Seyo!)
Japan Toei Animation Traditional [1]
Journey Back to Oz United States Hal Sutherland Filmation Associates
ABC
Traditional
Last of the Curlews United States Hanna-Barbera Traditional TV special
The Lorax United States Hawley Pratt DePatie-Freleng Enterprises Traditional TV special
Mad Mad Mad Monsters United States Japan Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Mushi Production
Traditional TV special
Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon Australia Eric Porter Animation International Inc.
Porter Animations
Traditional First Australian animated feature
Oliver and the Artful Dodger United States Joseph Barbera
William Hanna
Hanna-Barbera Traditional TV special
Snoopy, Come Home United States Bill Meléndez United Feature Syndicate
Cinema Center Films
Lee Mendelson Films
Traditional Unexpected box office failure, considered the cause of the demise of Cinema Center Films.
The Three Musketeers In Boots
Nagagutsu Sanjūshi
Japan Tomoharu Katsumata Toei Animation Traditional
Tintin and the Lake of Sharks
Tintin et le lac aux requins
Belgium France Raymond Leblanc Belvision Studios Traditional
War of the Monsters
괴수대전쟁 (Koesu Taejonjaeng)
South Korea Traditional

References[edit]

  1. ^ 魔犬ライナー 0011変身せよ (1972). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 15 July 2014.