List of animated feature films of the 1960s

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A list of animated feature films released in the 1960s.

Title Country Director Studio Animation technique Notes
1960
Alakazam the Great
Saiyu-ki
Japan Daisaku Shirakawa
Taiji Yabushita
Toei Animation Traditional First anime feature to have a release in the United States
It Was I Who Drew the Little Man
Chelovechka narisoval ya
Soviet Union Valentina Brumberg
Zinaida Brumberg
Valentin Lalayants
Soyuzmultfilm Traditional
1961
Cipollino
Chipollino
Soviet Union Boris Dyozhkin Soyuzmultfilm Traditional [1] [2] [3] [4]
The Coyote's Lament United States Charles August Nichols Walt Disney Productions Traditional/Live action
The Key
Ключ (Klyuch)
Soviet Union Lev Atamanov Soyuzmultfilm Traditional
The Life of Buddha
釈迦の生涯 (Shaka no Shōgai)
Japan Noburō Ōfuji Traditional
One Hundred and One Dalmatians United States Clyde Geronimi
Hamilton Luske
Wolfgang Reitherman
Walt Disney Productions Traditional First animated feature to use the Xerography process, which replaces hand-inking
The Orphan Brother
安寿と厨子王丸 (Anju to zushio-maru)
Japan Taiji Yabushita Toei Animation Traditional
Die seltsame Historia von den Schildbürgern East Germany Johannes Hempel DEFA-Studio für Trickfilme Stop motion First animated feature to be made in East Germany.
1962
Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad
アラビアンナイト・シンドバッドの冒険 (Arabian naito: Shindobaddo no bôken)
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
The Bath
Banya
Soviet Union Anatoliy Karanovich Sergei Yutkevich Soyuzmultfilm Stop motion [5][6]
Gay Purr-ee United States Abe Levitow UPA Traditional UPA's First feature film
Heaven and Earth Magic United States Harry Everett Smith Cutout Experimental
Joseph the Dreamer
בעל החלומות (Ba'al Hahalomot)
Israel Alina Gross
Yoram Gross
Stop motion First animated feature to be made in Israel
Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol United States Abe Levitow UPA Traditional TV film
Otogi's Voyage Around the World
おとぎの世界旅行 (Otogi no Sekai Ryoko)
Japan Ryuichi Yokoyama Traditional
Svinedrengen og prinsessen på ærten Denmark Bent Christensen
Poul Ilsøe
Traditional
The Wild Swans
a.k.a. Swans by Hans Christian Anderson
Dikiye lebedi
Soviet Union Vera Tsekhanovskaya
Mikhail Tsekhanovsky
Soyuzmultfilm Traditional The first Soviet full-length animated film released in widescreen.
1963
Attention! The Magician is in the City!
Vnimaniye! V gorode volshebnik!
Soviet Union Vladimir Bychkov Belarusfilm
Soyuzmultfilm
Stop motion/Live action [7] [8]
The Big Wick
Bolshoy fitil
Soviet Union Witold Bordzilovsky
Alexander Mitta
Vladimir Fetin
Vladimir Rapoport
Mary Andzhaparidze
Eduard Bocharov
Sofya Milkina
Yury Prytkov
Gorky Film Studio
Mosfilm
Lenfilm
Soyuzmultfilm
Traditional/Live action [9]
Comahue Argentina Edgardo Togni Documentary
Doggie March
わんわん忠臣蔵 (Wanwan chushingura)
Japan Daisaku Shirakawa Toei Animation Traditional
The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon
Wanpaku Ōji no Orochi Taiji
Japan Yūgo Serikawa Toei Animation Traditional
The Peackcock Princess
孔雀公主 (Kongque gongzhu)
China Jun Xi Stop motion
The Sword in the Stone United States Wolfgang Reitherman Walt Disney Productions Traditional Last Disney feature to be released in Walt Disney's lifetime
1964
Astro Boy: Hero of Space
鉄腕アトム 宇宙の勇者 (Tetsuwan Atom: Uchuu no Yuusha)
Japan Traditional
Havoc in Heaven
Da nao tian gong
China Wan Laiming Traditional
The Heroic Sisters from the Grassland
草原英雄小姐妹 (Caoyuan Yingxiong Xiao Jiemei)
China Traditional
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! United States Joseph Barbera
William Hanna
Columbia Pictures
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Traditional First animated feature to be made based on a cartoon TV series, and the first feature by Hanna-Barbera
The Incredible Mr. Limpet United States Arthur Lubin Warner Bros. Traditional/Live action
Is There Intelligent Life on Earth? United Kingdom John Halas (animation)
Ralph Alswang (stage play)
Traditional/Live action
Lefty
Levsha
Soviet Union Ivan Ivanov-Vano
Vladimir Danilevich
Soyuzmultfilm Cutout First Soviet full-length animated film in equipment of cutout
Mary Poppins United States Robert Stevenson Walt Disney Productions Traditional/Live action
Of Stars and Men United States John Hubley Traditional
Return to Oz United States F.R. Crawley
Thomas Glynn
Larry Roemer
Rankin/Bass
Crawley Films
Traditional TV special
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer United States
Canada
Japan
Larry Roemer
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Dentsu
Stop motion TV special
Shounen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru: Nazo no Arabiya Ningyou
少年忍者風のフジ丸 謎のアラビヤ人形
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
1965
Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs Belgium Eddy Ryssack
Maurice Rosy
Traditional
The Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Show United States
Japan
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Stop Motion TV special
Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon
Garibā no Uchū Ryokō
Japan Masao Kuroda
Sanae Yamamoto
Toei Animation Traditional
The Man from Button Willow United States David Detiege Eagle Films Traditional/Live action
Pinocchio in Outer Space Belgium
United States
Ray Goossens Belvision Studios Traditional
Shounen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru: Ma Boroshi Majutsu-dan
少年忍者風のフジ丸 まぼろし魔術団
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
Shounen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru: Dai Saru Taiji
少年忍者風のフジ丸 大猿退治
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
West and Soda Italy Bruno Bozzetto Traditional
Willy McBean and his Magic Machine United States
Canada
Japan
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Dentsu Motion Pictures
Stop motion
1966
Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This? United States Alex Lovy Columbia Pictures
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Traditional TV special
Alice of Wonderland in Paris United States Gene Deitch Rembrandt Films Traditional
Ballad of Smokey the Bear United States
Japan
Larry Roemer
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Stop motion TV special
Cyborg 009 Japan Yugo Serikawa Toei Animation Traditional
The Daydreamer United States
Japan
Jules Bass
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Stop motion/Live action
Filippo the Cat: License to Record
Gatto Filippo: licenza di incidere
Italy Pino Zac Traditional
Go There, Don't Know Where
Поди туда, не знаю куда (Podi tuda, nye znayu kuda)
Soviet Union Ivan Ivanov-Vano
Vladimir Danilevich
Soyuzmultfilm Cutout/Stop motion First full-length animated film combining the stop-motion and cutout animation
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! United States Chuck Jones
Ben Washam
Cat in the Hat Productions
MGM Animation/Visual Arts
Traditional TV Special
Jungle Emperor Leo
Chōhen Jungle Taitei
Japan Eiichi Yamamoto Mushi Production Traditional
The Magician of Dreams
El Mago de los sueños
Spain Francisco Macián Traditional
The Man Called Flintstone United States Joseph Barbera
William Hanna
Columbia Pictures
Hanna-Barbera Productions
Traditional
Sekai no Ouja: King Kong Taikai
世界の王者 キングコング大会
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
1967
Asterix the Gaul
Astérix le Gaulois
France
Belgium
Ray Goossens Traditional
Band of Ninja
忍者武芸帳
Japan Nagisa Oshima Oshima Productions, Sozosha Motion comic
Cricket on the Hearth United States
Japan
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Jules Bass
Rankin/Bass
Television Corporation of Japan
Traditional TV special
Cyborg 009 Monster Wars Japan Yugo Serikawa Toei Animation Traditional
The Halas & Batchelor Ruddigore United Kingdom Joy Batchelor Halas and Batchelor Traditional
Heungbu And Nolbu
흥부와 놀부 (Heungbuwa Nolbu)
South Korea Gang Tae-ung Stop motion
Hong Gil-dong
홍길동
South Korea Shin Dong-Heon Traditional First Korean animated feature.
Hopi And Chadol Bawi
호피와 차돌바위 (Hopiwa Chadolbawi)
South Korea Shin Dong-Heon Traditional
Jack and the Beanstalk United States Gene Kelly Hanna-Barbera Productions Traditional/Live action TV special
Jack and the Witch
Shōnen Jakku to Mahōtsukai
Japan Taiji Yabushita Toei Animation Traditional
The Jungle Book United States Wolfgang Reitherman Walt Disney Productions Traditional Last Disney feature to be produced by Walt Disney due to his death in 1966
The Madcap Island
ひょっこりひょうたん島 (Hyokkori Hyōtanjima)
Japan Taiji Yabushita Toei Animation Traditional
Mad Monster Party? United States
Japan
Jules Bass
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
MOM Production
Stop motion
Mr. and Mrs. Kabal's Theatre
Théâtre de M. et Mme. Kabal
France Walerian Borowczyk Cutout/Traditional/Live action
The Stolen Airship
Ukradená vzducholod
Czechoslovakia Karel Zeman Stop motion / Cutout / Live action
The Wacky World of Mother Goose United States
Japan
Jules Bass
Kizo Nagashima
Rankin/Bass
Toei Animation
Traditional
1968
Adam 2 West Germany Jan Lenica Cutout
Asterix and Cleopatra
Astérix et Cléopâtre
Belgium
France
René Goscinny
Lee Payant
Albert Uderzo
Belvision Studios Traditional
GeGeGe no Kitaro
ゲゲゲの鬼太郎
Japan Toei Animation Traditional
The Golden Iron Man
a.k.a. A Golden Iron Man
황금철인 (Hwanggeum Cheol-in)
South Korea Park Yeong-il Traditional
Hols: Prince of the Sun
太陽の王子 ホルスの大冒険 (Taiyō no Ōji: Horusu no Daibōken)
Japan Isao Takahata Toei Animation Traditional First anime feature directed by Isao Takahata
The Magic Bird
Putiferio va alla guerra
Italy Roberto Gavioli Traditional
The Mouse on the Mayflower United States
Japan
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Jules Bass
Rankin/Bass
Toei Animation
Traditional TV special
Out of an Old Man's Head
I huvet på en gammal gubbe
Sweden Per Åhlin (animation)
Tage Danielsson (live action)
Traditional/Live action First Swedish animated feature
Sun Wukong
손오공 (Son Oh-gong)
South Korea Bak Young-il Traditional
The SuperVips
Vip, mio fratello superuomo
Italy Bruno Bozzetto Traditional
Tobimaru and the Nine-tailed Fox
九尾の狐と飛丸 (Kyubi no kitsune to Tobimaru)
Japan Shinichi Yagi Traditional
The World of Hans Christian Andersen
アンデルセン物語 (Andersen monogatari)
Japan Kimio Yabuki Toei Animation Traditional
Yellow Submarine United Kingdom George Dunning
Dennis Abey (live action)
Traditional/Live action
1969
A Boy Named Charlie Brown United States Lee Mendelson
Bill Meléndez
Charles M. Schulz
Cinema Center Films Traditional
A Christmas Carol Australia
United States
Zoran Janjic Traditional First American collaboration with another nation for an animated feature, First Australian animated feature
Flying Phantom Ship
空飛ぶゆうれい船 (Sora tobu yûreisen)
Japan Hiroshi Ikeda Toei Animation Traditional
General Hong Gil-dong
홍길동 장군
South Korea Traditional
Die Konferenz der Tiere [de] West Germany Curt Linda Traditional
Mort and Phil's First Festival
Primer Festival de Mortadelo y Filemón, agencia de información
Spain Rafael Vara Traditional
Mort and Phil's Second Festival
Segundo Festival de Mortadelo y Filemón, agencia de información
Spain Rafael Vara Traditional
Mystery-Bouffe
Мистерия-Буфф (Misteriya-Buff)
Soviet Union David Cherkasskiy Kievnauchfilm Live action
Cutout
Traditional
First feature film combining at once three forms of pictorialism at cinema: cutout and traditional animation, and also live action[10][11]
The Nonexistent Knight
Il Cavaliere inesistente
Italy Pino Zac Traditional/Live-action
Cutout/Stop motion
One Thousand and One Arabian Nights
a.k.a. A Thousand & One Nights
千夜一夜物語 (Senya Ichiya Monogatari)
Japan Eiichi Yamamoto
Osamu Tezuka
Mushi Production Traditional The English dub of the film is considered lost
Maruhi Gekiga, Ukiyoe Senichiya
(秘)劇画 浮世絵千一夜
Japan Leo Nishimura Leo Production Traditional First animated film to receive the R-18 in the Japan
Star of the Giants - The Movie
巨人の星
Japan TMS Entertainment Traditional
Star of the Giants: Ike Ike Hyuma
巨人の星 行け行け飛雄馬
Japan TMS Entertainment Traditional
Till a City Beneath the Sea is Built
海底都市の出来るまで (Kaitei Toshi no Dekiru Made)
Japan Eiichi Yamamoto Mushi Production Traditional
Tintin and the Temple of the Sun
Tintin et le temple du soleil
France
Belgium
Switzerland
Eddie Lateste Belvision Studios Traditional First Swiss animated feature
Treasure Island
보물섬
South Korea Traditional
The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots
長靴をはいた猫 (Nagagutsu o haita neko)
Japan Kimio Yabuki Toei Animation Traditional

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