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Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure
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Posted 6 years 10 months ago
this movie plays out like a horrible acid trip.........keep in mind there is no nostalgic value here for me but I gave it a shot a few years ago and I couldn't finish it.
Posted 6 years 11 months ago
what in the world.
Posted 7 years 8 months ago
this is one messed up movie!
Posted 7 years 9 months ago
I was Marcella's age when I saw this on tv.I was making Kool-Aid or something,the Captain Bugged me.
Posted 8 years 3 months ago
the candy monster disturbed the hell outta me
Posted 9 years 2 months ago
This was a good film, but was boggled down by too many songs, and Raggedy Ann and Andy really didn't have much to do. The movie concentrated on all the other characters instead. But that's just me.
Posted 10 years 3 months ago
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Posted 10 years 6 months ago
I remember this movie. I got it on dvd from ebay. It's a great movie, the best I think.
Posted 11 years 2 months ago
I still have it on VHS!
Actually it was done by the famous Canadian animator Richard Williams (Roger Rabbit, the unfinished Theif and Cobbler)
Posted 11 years 8 months ago
i loved this movie but i thought andy was anns boyfriend not brother
Posted 11 years 10 months ago
I wonder if the people who wrote the "Beatles: Yellow Submarine" movie made this.
Posted 12 years 15 days ago
One of the weirdest children's cartoons ever! Although you'd think that this was aimed at little girls, there's plenty here to appeal to guys, adults and animation buffs. There's drugged out sequences (the Camel seems to be 'shrooming throughout and I won't even go into the storyline with the candy blob). There's blatant sexual overtones (a pirate's mustache becomes erect at the sight of a beautiful doll, Raggedy Andy sings a song that could be taken as a gay anthem, called "I'm No Girl's Toy," and there's two twin dolls that have a very lesbian-like relationship, amongst other innuendo). There's some of the most unusual, most wonderful animation ever! And to boot, it feels as though "Toy Story" ripped off their premise from this film.
This is one of those oddities (like "The Pirate Movie") that I adored as a child but enjoy for completely different reasons as an adult. It's tragic that they've not released it yet on DVD in all its widescreen, panoramic glory.
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