Best Animation Movies of 1968


Yellow Submarine

7.4/10 IMDB

The Blue Meanies take over Pepperland, draining it of all its color and music, firing anti-music missiles, bonking people with green apples, and turning the inhabitants to stone by way of the pointed finger of a giant blue glove. As the only survivor, the Lord Admiral escapes in the yellow submarine and goes to Liverpool to enlist the help of the Beatles.

Starring: Paul Angelis, John Clive, Geoffrey Hughes, Peter Batten, Dick Emery, Lance Percival, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr ..
Directed by: George Dunning
Release date: 1968-07-17
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : The Glass Harmonica

The Glass Harmonica

7.4/10 IMDB

A craftsman builds a glass harmonica that enlightens him. He travels to a town where the people are obsessed with money. A bureaucrat smashes the glass harmonica which leads to chaos and eventually to social reform.

Directed by: Andrey Khrzhanovskiy
Release date: 1968-02-13
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : Fine Feathers

Fine Feathers

6.1/10 IMDB

Two duelling birds get the urge to change their plumage. A blue jay wants to be decked out in the green of cedar, and a loon dons the burnished red of oak leaves, but neither bird foresees the consequences of vanity.

Directed by: Evelyn Lambart
Release date: 1968-01-01
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : Feudin Fightin-N-Fussin

Feudin Fightin-N-Fussin

4.6/10 IMDB

Woody Woodpecker tangles with a hillbilly couple who are trying to catch him for dinner..

Directed by: Paul J. Smith
Release date: 1968-06-01

The Mouse on the Mayflower

7.0/10 IMDB

The famous ship called Mayflower is trapped amidst a huge storm. The entire story is narrated by a church-mouse called Willum, from his viewpoint. The tale begins with the pilgrim preachers deciding to move to America and getting aboard the Mayflower. However, because of the huge storm, the ship gets on the verge of sinking. Then, Willum, the pilgrim mouse, comes up with an idea to save the ship. When the pilgrims land safely, they write the Mayflower Compact and start constructing their new church and colony. However, it is already the autumn season and they do not have much food stored for the winter. The pilgrims then learn to plant crops during the spring season and celebrate a big feast toward the onset of the autumn season or fall. This is their first Thanksgiving celebration.

Starring: Tennessee Ernie Ford, Eddie Albert, John Gary, Joanie Sommers, Paul Frees, June Foray ..
Directed by: Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Release date: 1968-11-23
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : A Lad in Bagdad

A Lad in Bagdad

5.5/10 IMDB

While visiting in Baghdad, Woody runs into a a crooked Magic Lamp salesman. The salesman sells a Woody one of his many lamps, but it turns out that this one really is magic & the salesman tries to get it back.

Directed by: Paul J. Smith
Release date: 1968-08-01

Mickey Mouse in Vietnam

0.0/10 IMDB

Mickey Mouse enlists with the army and ships off to Vietnam.

Directed by: Lee Savage
Release date: 1968-01-01
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : The Christmas Card

The Christmas Card

0.0/10 IMDB

In 1968, future Monty Python member Terry Gilliam was kicking around London, working as an animator. He was asked to put together an animated segment for a Christmas show, so he hopped over to the Tate and photocopied a bunch of Victorian Christmas cards for inspiration. The resulting film, The Christmas Card, is brilliant, bizarre, and delightful.

Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Release date: 1968-12-25
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : Neverwhere


0.0/10 IMDB

A meek office worker finds himself flung into a fantasy world as a naked muscleman. An early version of the Den character, known from the comic magazine Heavy Metal and the movie by the same name.

Starring: Ed Faust, Barbara Manahan, Orlan Hill, Dona Corben, Kay Dennis, Richard Corben ..
Directed by: Richard Corben, Mike Waddell
Release date: 1968-07-31
Best Animation Movies of 1968 : Thunderbird 6

Thunderbird 6

6.3/10 IMDB

The International Rescue team is faced with one of its toughest challenges yet, as the revolutionary lighter-than-air craft Skyship One is hijacked while on her maiden voyage around the world. Against backdrops including the Statue of Liberty and the Sphinx, Lady Penelope, Parker, Alan and Tin-Tin fight the hijackers from on-board, while the rest of the team tries to stop the airship crashing.

Starring: Peter Dyneley, Sylvia Anderson, Shane Rimmer, Jeremy Wilkin, Matt Zimmerman, David Graham, David Graham ..
Directed by: David Lane
Release date: 1968-08-03

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