List of animated feature films of 1979

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A list of animated feature films first released in 1979.

Animated feature films of 1979
Title Country Director Studio Animation technique Notes
The Adventures of Manxmouse
トンデモネズミ大活躍 (Tondemo Nezumi Daikatsuyaku)
Japan Hiroshi Saitô Nippon Animation Traditional TV film[1]
Adventures of the Polar Cubs
北極のムーシカ ミーシカ (Hokkyoku no Mushika Mishika)
Japan Traditional
The Adventures of Sinbad Australia Richard Slapczynski Traditional
The Adventure of Sudsakorn
สุดสาคร (Sudsakhorn)
Thailand Payut Ngaokrachang Traditional First Thai animated feature, and Thailand's only animated feature until Khan Kluay in 2006.
Aim for the Ace!
エースをねらえ! (Ēsu o Nerae!)
Japan Osamu Dezaki Tokyo Movie Shinsha Traditional
Anne no Nikki: Anne Frank Monogatari
アンネの日記 アンネ フランク物語
Japan Eiji Okabe Nippon Animation Traditional
Black Star and Golden Bat
검은별과 황금박쥐 (Geomeunbyeolgwa Hwanggeumbakjwi)
South Korea Han Heonmyeong Traditional
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie United States Chuck Jones
Phil Monroe
Chuck Jones Enterprises
Warner Bros.
Traditional TV film
Colargol and the Wonderful Suitcase
Colargol i cudowna walizka
Poland Tadeusz Wilkosz Se-ma-for Stop motion
Daddy-Long-Legs
あしながおじさん (Ashinaga Ojisan)
Japan Traditional TV
Daikyouryuu Jidai
大恐竜時代
Japan Traditional TV
Dokkaebi Gamtu
도깨비 감투
South Korea Bak Seung-cheol Traditional
Elpidio Valdés Cuba Juan Padrón Traditional First Cuban animated feature
Eunhahamdae Jiguho
은하함대 지구호
South Korea Kim Cheong-gi Traditional
The Fabulous Adventures of the Legendary Baron Munchausen
Les fabuleuses aventures du légendaire Baron de Munchausen
France Jean Image Traditional
The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone United States Ray Patterson Hanna-Barbera Productions Traditional TV film
Fly! Spaceship Geobukseon
날아라! 우주전함 거북선
South Korea Song Jeong-yul Traditional
Foam Bath
Habfürdö
Hungary György Kovásznai Pannonia Film Studio Traditional
Future Boy Conan Movie
未来少年コナン (Mirai Shōnen Konan)
Japan Shuichi Motomashi Nippon Animation
Toei Company
Traditional
Galaxy Express 999 Japan Rintaro Toei Animation Traditional
Galaxy Express 999: Can You Live Like A Warrior?
銀河鉄道999 君は戦士のように生きられるか!! (Ginga Tetsudo 999: Kimi wa Senshi no You ni Ikirareru ka!!)
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
Ganbare! Bokura no Hit and Run
がんばれ!ぼくらのヒットエンドラン
Japan Hiroyoshi Mitsunobu Nippon Animation Traditional TV
Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!!
がんばれ!!タブチくん!
Japan Tsutomu Shibayama Tōkyō Movie Shinsha Traditional
Gancheopjamneun Ttorijanggun
간첩잡는 똘이장군
South Korea Kim Cheong-gi Traditional
Gulliver's Travels Australia Traditional
Heidi, Girl of the Alps
アルプスの少女ハイジ (Alps no Shoujo Heidi)
Japan Traditional
Historias de amor y masacre
Historias de amor y masacre
Spain Jordi Amorós Traditional/Live action
Jack Frost United States Japan Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Video Tokyo Production
Stop motion TV Film
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe United Kingdom United States Bill Melendez Children's Television Workshop
Bill Melendez Productions
Distinguished Productions
Episcopal Radio-TV Foundation
Traditional TV film
The Little Convict Australia Yoram Gross Yoram Gross Studios Traditional
Little Orbit the Astrodog and the Screechers from Outer Space
Pluk, naufragé de l'espace
France Jean Image Traditional
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro Japan Hayao Miyazaki Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Topcraft
Traditional First anime feature to be directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Lupin the Thief - Enigma of the 813
怪盗ルパン 813の謎 (Kaitō Lupin: 813 no Nazo)
Japan Traditional TV
Maegami Tarou
まえがみ太郎
Japan Hiroshi Saitô Nippon Animation Traditional
Les Misérables
ジャン・バルジャン物語 (Jean Valjean Monogatari)
Japan Takashi Kuoka Toei Animation Traditional TV
Nutcracker Fantasy Japan Takeo Nakamura Sanrio Stop motion
Prince Nezha's Triumph Against Dragon King
aka. Nezha Conquers the Dragon King
哪吒闹海 (Nezha nao hai)
China Yan Dingxian
Wang Shuchen
Xu Jingda
Traditional
Revolt of the Thralls
Trællenes oprør
Denmark Traditional
Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July United States Japan Jules Bass
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rankin/Bass
Video Tokyo Production
Stop motion TV film
Scooby Goes Hollywood United States Ray Patterson Hanna-Barbera Productions Traditional TV film
Seven Brothers
Seitsemän veljestä
Finland Riitta Nelimarkka
Jaakko Seeck
Traditional
SpaceBoy Cache
우주소년 캐시 (Ujusonyeon kaesi)
South Korea Bak Seung-cheol Traditional
Starland Trio
별나라 삼총사 (Byeollara Samchongsa)
South Korea Lim Jung-kyu Traditional
Taegeuksonyeon Huin Doksuri
태극소년 흰 독수리
South Korea Kim Tae-jong Traditional
Taro the Dragon Boy Japan Kiriro Urayama
Peter Fernandez
Toei Animation Traditional
Time Machine 001
삼총사 타임머신 001 (Samchongsa Taimmeosin 001)
South Korea Lim Jung-kyu Traditional
Tomorrow's Eleven
あしたの勇者(イレブン)たち (Ashita no Eleven-tachi)
Japan Traditional
Treasure Island
보물섬 (Bomulseom)
South Korea Song Jeong-hun Traditional
Triton of the Sea
海のトリトン (Umi no Toriton)
Japan Kazunori Tanahashi Toei Animation Traditional
Ubu et la Grande Gidouille France Jan Lenica Les Films Armorial
Uju Heukgisa
우주 흑기사
South Korea Bak Jong-hui Traditional
Undersea Super Train: Marine Express
海底超特急 マリン・エクスプレス
(Kaitei Choutokkyuu Marine Express)
Japan Satoshi Dezaki Tezuka Productions Traditional TV
Yamato: The New Voyage Japan Leiji Matsumoto Toei Animation Traditional TV film
Yakyuukyou no Uta: Kita no Ookami Minami no Tora
野球狂の詩 北の狼南の虎
Japan Eiji Okabe Nippon Animation Traditional

Highest-grossing animated films of the year[edit]

Rank Title Studio Gross Ref
1 Galaxy Express 999 Toei Animation $7,612,000 (¥1,650,000,000) [2]
2 The Castle of Cagliostro Tokyo Movie Shinsha ¥600,000,000 [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ トンデモネズミ大活躍 (1979). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 17 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "年度別映画興行成績#1979年" (in Japanese). 
  3. ^ The Castle of Cagliostro (Audio Commentary by Reed Nelson) (DVD). Altamonte Springs, Florida: Discotek Media. 1979.