Best Animation Movies of 1969


Frosty the Snowman

7.3/10 IMDB

A discarded silk top-hat becomes the focus of a struggle between a washed-up stage magician and a group of schoolchildren, after it magically brings a snowman to life. Realizing that newly-living Frosty will melt in spring unless he takes refuge in a colder climate, Frosty and Karen, a young girl who he befriends, stow away on a freight train headed for the north pole. Little do they know that the magician is following them, and he wants his hat back!

Starring: Jimmy Durante, Billy De Wolfe, Jackie Vernon, Paul Frees, June Foray, Suzanne Davidson, Greg Thomas ..
Directed by: Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Release date: 1969-12-07

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

7.3/10 IMDB

Poor Charlie Brown. He can't fly a kite, and he always loses in baseball. Having his faults projected onto a screen by Lucy doesn't help him much either. Against the sage advice and taunting of the girls in his class, he volunteers for the class spelling bee...and wins!

Starring: Peter Robbins, Pamelyn Ferdin, Glenn Gilger, Andy Pforsich, Sally Dryer, Ann Altieri, Bill Melendez, Ann Altieri, Erin Sullivan, David Carey ..
Directed by: Bill Melendez
Release date: 1969-12-04
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : Bambi Meets Godzilla

Bambi Meets Godzilla

6.9/10 IMDB

Bambi is nibbling the grass, unaware of the upcoming encounter with Godzilla. Who will win when they finally meet?

Directed by: Marv Newland
Release date: 1969-01-01
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : The Alphabet

The Alphabet

6.7/10 IMDB

A woman's dark and absurdist nightmare vision comprising a continuous recitation of the alphabet and bizarre living representations of each letter.

Starring: Peggy Lynch ..
Directed by: David Lynch
Release date: 1969-02-13
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown

It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown

7.5/10 IMDB

School is out for the summer and Charlie Brown, Linus, Schroeder and Pig Pen are planning to spend it reading every comic book, watching television, practicing ballplay, and classical music, and having clean thoughts. However, Lucy tells them that she signed them up for camp. The girls are eager to go, but the boys hate the idea.(Linus adding that its like finding out that he was drafted.) The boys shove each other to get on the bus, while the girls line up in order. At camp, Charlie Brown is chosen captain of the boys camp. The boys and girls have a swim race which the girls win easily. Then they have a softball game, which the boys lose with only one run. Other competitions are just as lopsided. Afterwards, the boys sit around the campfire and reflect on how miserable they are. In one scene, the colors of the shirts of Schroder and Linus are mixed up during this scene.

Starring: Peter Robbins, Pamelyn Ferdin, Glenn Gilger, Glenn Gilger, Ann Altieri, David Carey, John Daschback, Christopher DeFaria, Gail DeFaria, Sally Dryer ..
Directed by: Bill Melendez
Release date: 1969-09-27
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : Dastardly and Muttley and Their Flying Machines

Dastardly and Muttley and Their Flying Machines

7.1/10 IMDB

Directed by: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera
Release date: 1969-09-13


7.2/10 IMDB

Pink finds a witch's magic wand and helps a girl in rags become glamorous to win a date with Pelvis Parsley.

Directed by: Hawley Pratt
Release date: 1969-01-08
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : The Cube

The Cube

7.6/10 IMDB

An unnamed man, simply called "The Man" (Richard Schaal) is trapped in a cubical white room where anyone else can enter and leave, but which he himself apparently cannot leave. A stool is brought in covered in strawberry jam, the furniture changes throughout the play. The main character, is subjected to an increasingly puzzling and frustrating series of encounters, as a variety of people come through various hidden doors. But, as many remind him, he can only leave through his own door, so he must find it to leave. Originally airing on NBC's weekly anthology television show NBC Experiment in Television in 1969, the production was produced and directed by puppeteer and filmmaker Jim Henson, and was one of several experiments with the live-action film medium which he conducted in the 1960s, before focusing entirely on The Muppets and other puppet works.

Starring: Richard Schaal, Hugh Webster, Rex Sevenoaks, Jack Van Evera, John Granik, Guy Sanvido, Eliza Creighton, Don Crawford, William Osler, Jerry Nelson ..
Directed by: Jim Henson
Release date: 1969-02-23
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : A Clue For Scooby-Doo

A Clue For Scooby-Doo

8.1/10 IMDB

Scooby-Doo And The Mystery Inc. Crew Investigates A Spooked Out Ghost, While The Fiend Interrupts There Beach Trip, They Search For Clues. -Written By Chase Otis

Starring: Nicole Jaffe, Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Frank Welker, Stefanianna Christopherson, Jean Vander Pyl, Vic Perrin, Hal Smith, John Stephenson ..
Directed by: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
Release date: 1969-09-20
Best Animation Movies of 1969 : The Ant and the Aardvark

The Ant and the Aardvark

7.6/10 IMDB

An aardvark tries to catch one ant without success.

Starring: John Byner ..
Directed by: Friz Freleng
Release date: 1969-03-05

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