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Howl's Moving Castle (2004)

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When Sophie, a shy young woman, is cursed with an old body by a spiteful witch, her only chance of breaking the spell lies with a self-indulgent yet insecure young wizard and his companions in his legged, walking home.

Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Writer: Hayao Miyazaki

Release Date: 2004-11-19
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $24,000,000
Revenue: $234,710,455
Production Companies : Studio Ghibli, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Mitsubishi, d-rights, Tohokushinsha Film Corporation
Production Country: Japan
Release Date: 2004-11-19
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $24,000,000
Revenue: $234,710,455

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Casts

Chieko Baishô
as Sofî (voice)
Takuya Kimura
as Hauru (voice)
Akihiro Miwa
as Arechi no Majo (voice)
Tatsuya Gashûin
as Karushifā (voice)
Ryunosuke Kamiki
as Marukuru (voice)
Haruko Kato
as Sariman (voice)
Yayoi Kazuki
as Lettie (voice)
Mayuno Yasokawa
as Honey (voice)
Yo Oizumi
as Kakashi no Kabu (voice)
Rio Kanno
as Madge (voice)
Akio Otsuka
as Kokuō (voice)
Daijiro Harada
as Hin (voice)
Mitsunori Isaki
as Koshô (voice)

Crew

Directing Hayao Miyazaki Director
Writing Hayao Miyazaki Screenplay
Production Rick Dempsey Producer
Production Ned Lott Producer
Production Toshio Suzuki Producer
Production John Lasseter Executive Producer
Production Hayao Miyazaki Executive Producer
Production Tomohiko Ishii Producer
Sound Joe Hisaishi Original Music Composer
Camera Atsushi Okui Director of Photography
Editing Takeshi Seyama Editor
Art Youji Takeshige Art Direction
Art Noboru Yoshida Art Direction
Writing Diana Wynne Jones Novel
Visual Effects Akihiko Adachi Animation
Visual Effects Seiko Azuma Animation
Visual Effects Kaori Fujii Animation
Visual Effects Makiko Futaki Animation
Visual Effects Shin'ya Ôhira Animation
Visual Effects Yoshitake Iwakami Animation Manager
Visual Effects Kitarou Kousaka Animation Director

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