Kikis Delivery Service by Eiko KadonoA lovely story that became a classic in Japan and a popular animated home video throughout North America.
Kiki is a resourceful, spunky girl who follows her maternal tradition to be a witch. She possesses only one gift of witchcraft -- the power to fly. Like all young witches, she sets out at age 12 to find a town of her own. With her ever-present companion Jiji -- a cynical and faithful black cat -- Kiki departs on her broomstick and arrives at a big town near the ocean. Though nervous at first, she soon sets up a business delivering packages.
Kiki meets all kinds of people and has many adventures. She befriends the thief who stole her broomstick and saves the towns traditional New Years marathon with some courageous and timely flying.
Throughout, Kikis confidence and self-awareness grows as she learns to value her unique talents. And with Kikis help, the townspeople realize that everyone has some magic that gives them their own special character and vitality.
This is a charming and delightful tale that is reminiscent of childrens favorites The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy and Astrid Lindgrens Adventures of Pippi Longstocking. Black and white line drawings sprinkled throughout reveal the humor and warmth in everything Kiki does.
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Kiki’s Delivery Service
I finally got around to playing it, and I noticed that, in addition to English credits in a big tacky font, the opening and ending themes were replaced with English songs! What are these songs, and why were they replaced with the original songs on later releases? When Walt Disney Pictures licensed the Studio Ghibli library back in the late 90s, Kiki's Delivery Service was the first of the films to get a US release, as it was arguably the most plainly family-friendly film in the catalog. Even Totoro had a bath scene and a parent in the hospital. Since the direct-to-video business was still pretty healthy in those days, it skipped theaters and got put out on VHS and laserdisc. While the Laserdisc did have Japanese audio, it did not have subtitles.
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In the original dub, they added some music, replaced some songs, and added some dialog where there was some. I personally liked the dub better, and it also holds more nostalgic value for me. There is no donwload link, or any idea of where to get it. I tried googling for a few days, and finally took my Blu-Ray and DVD copies and tried to splice them, but the timing slowly unsyncs over the course of the movie. I tried doing the best I could with Audacity trying to fix the timing by comparing timing side by side, but the work I did produced sub par results at best.
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