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There is something undeniably fun about this kind of crisp, unfussy fantasy storytelling.
Cartoon adaptation of famous book is a great intro for kids.
This was magic to me when I was a child.
Drab, boring but with an oddly moody tone
Rankin-Bass bring their typically serviceable animation, strong voicework, and corny folk ballads to The Hobbit
worthwhile for kids and not too bad for parents.
Ugh. Make them stop...singing--!
A faithful and well-executed take on Tolkien's classic fairy tale. Though geared towards younger audiences, it should appeal to fans of any age.
A fun but not great version of the story.
It's a pretty decent 70's made-for-TV animation. With only 77 minutes it ha enough entertainment value, but obviously cuts out a LOT of stuff from the book. One scene is completely narrated over to save time. The dwarfs are just background as opposed to characters, they walk about but don't say much. The thing I loved most was the character designs. I really liked the goblins and Gollum's amphibian look was interesting. It's a good try and I was pleased with the parts they did, rather than being distracted by the bits they cut.
My first intorduction to the world of Tolkein as a child. Not bad way to start at all.
Crack the dishes, smash the plates! That's what bilbo baggins hates! I'll stick to the book.
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