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Watership Down
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Watership Down 1978

From Amazon: Much like Richard Adams's wonderful novel, this animated tale of wandering rabbits is not meant for small children. It is, however, rich storytelling, populated with very real individuals inhabiting a very real world. The animation is problematic, sometimes appearing out of proportion or just subpar; but it seems to stem from an attempt at realism, something distinguishing the film's characters from previous, cutesy, animated animals. A band of rabbits illegally leave their warren after a prophecy of doom from a runt named Fiver (Richard Briers). In search of a place safe from humans and predators, they face all kinds of dangers, including a...

Directed By:
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Written By:
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No image existsRichard Briers
No image existsRalph Richardson
No image existsZero Mostel
No image existsJohn Hurt
No image existsDenholm Elliott
No image existsHarry Andrews
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Watership Down Movie Review by T (4/27/2007)

The classic hare-raising tale brought to life through the glories of early 1970's animation. The movie is well wrought and gives a good overview of the story, but definitely doesn't go into the gripping details of the book.

It is definitely not a story for small children, animated though it may be, but adults who love...

(complete Watership Down review by T)

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