Pagemaster Der Pagemaster – Richies fantastische Reise
Richard Tyler sucht eines Tages in einer Bibliothek Unterschlupf vor einem Gewitter und trifft dort auf den `Pagemaster'. Der verwandelt Richie in eine Zeichentrickfigur und schickt ihn auf eine abenteuerliche Reise in die Welt der Literatur. Der Pagemaster – Richies fantastische Reise (Originaltitel: The Pagemaster) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasy-Trickfilm aus dem Jahr 9 Ergebnisse für "Der Pagemaster - Richies fantastische Reise". fenriswolf.se - Kaufen Sie The Pagemaster günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Der Pagemaster - Richies fantastische Reise ein Film von Joe Johnston und Maurice Hunt, stimmen: Fernando Escandon, Phil Hartman. Inhaltsangabe: Richie.
Der Pagemaster – Richies fantastische Reise (orig. The Pagemaster) ist ein US-amerikanischer. Der Pagemaster - Richies fantastische Reise ein Film von Joe Johnston und Maurice Hunt, stimmen: Fernando Escandon, Phil Hartman. Inhaltsangabe: Richie. fenriswolf.se - Kaufen Sie The Pagemaster günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Archived from the original on Comedy Crime Family. Rate This. I remember loving the film. Unfortunately, such moments are few and https://fenriswolf.se/kino-filme-stream/notruf-hafenkante-vorschau.php. United States . Der Pagemaster – Richies fantastische Reise (orig. The Pagemaster) ist ein US-amerikanischer. Der Pagemaster – Richies fantastische Reise. USA (The Pagemaster). Jetzt kaufen. Fantasy/Abenteuer (76 Min.). Der Pagemaster - Richies fantastische Reise. Animation | USA | 76 Minuten. Regie: Maurice Hunt. Kommentieren. Teilen. Ein Junge lernt mit Hilfe. Während eines Gewitters findet der kleine Richie Zuflucht in einer Bibliothek, die vom Herren der Bücher, dem "Pagemaster", regiert wird. Dort muß.
A cowardly boy, who buries himself in accident statistics, enters a library to escape a storm, only to be transformed into an animated illustration by the Pagemaster.
He has to work through obstacles from classic books to return to real-life. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. Non-Disney Animated Movies.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Macaulay Culkin Richard Tyler Kanin Howell Neighborhood Kid as Canan J.
Howell Alexis Kirschner Neighborhood Kid Jessica Kirschner Neighborhood Kid Guy Mansker Neighborhood Kid Brandon S.
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Taglines: All the adventure your imagination can hold. Edit Did You Know? Goofs Richard never regains his jacket in the library.
Quotes Horror : [ meeting Richard and the gang for the first time, after falling off the top of Dr. Jekyll's house ] I scared you, I'm sorry.
Fantasy : You mustn't judge a book by it cover. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English.
Runtime: 80 min. He slips on water dripping from his coat and falls over, knocking himself out. Richard awakens to find the rotunda art melting, which washes over him and the library, turning them into illustrations.
Richard asks for directions to the exit, so the Pagemaster sends him through the fiction section toward the green neon exit sign. Along the way, Richard befriends three anthropomorphic books: Adventure, a swashbuckling pirate-like book; Fantasy, a sassy but caring fairy tale book; and Horror, a fearful "Hunchbook" with a misshapen spine.
The three agree to help Richard if he checks them out using his new library card. Together, the quartet encounters classic-fictional characters.
They meet Dr. Jekyll who turns into Mr. Hyde, driving them to the open waters of the Land of Adventure. However, the group is separated after Moby-Dick attacks, following the whale's battle with Captain Ahab.
The pirates go to Treasure Island , but find no treasure except for one gold coin, nearly causing a mutiny. Fantasy and Horror return and defeat the pirates.
Silver attempts to convince Richard to leave with him but surrenders when Richard threatens him with a sword.
In the fantasy section, Richard sees the exit sign on the top of a mountain. However, Adventure's bumbling awakens a dormant dragon.
Richard tries to fight the dragon with a sword and shield, but the dragon swallows him. Richard finds books in the dragon's stomach and uses a beanstalk from Jack and the Beanstalk to escape through the dragon's mouth.
He and the books climb the beanstalk to reach the exit. They enter a large dark room where the Pagemaster awaits them.
Richard accuses the Pagemaster of causing the horrors that he suffered, but the Pagemaster reveals the journey was intended to make Richard face his fears.
Jekyll, Captain Ahab, Long John Silver , and the dragon reappear in a magical twister and congratulate him. The Pagemaster swoops Richard and the books into the twister, sending them back to the real world.
Richard awakens, finding Adventure, Fantasy, and Horror lying next to him as real books. Dewey finds him, and, even though the library policy only allows a person to check out two books at time, lets him check out all three books "just this once".
The animation in the film was produced by Turner Feature Animation ,  headed by David Kirschner and recently spun off from Hanna-Barbera.
This was one of the first films to feature live-action, traditional animation, and CGI animation all together.
One scene involving a computer-generated dragon made from paint was used, a challenge for the filmmakers. All of the fictional works featured in the film were created and first published before January 1, , making them a part of the public domain in most countries.
According to the film's animation crew, the film went overbudget during animation production due to mismanagement and changes to the narrative.
Joe Johnston would later go on to express his dissatisfaction over the production, claiming that the film was re-edited without his consent.
The screenwriting credits for this film were the subject of a protracted legal arbitration with the Writers Guild of America WGA   when its producer, David Kirschner , attempted to claim sole authorship of the screenplay and original story, with no credit for its original screenwriter, David Casci.
Typically, proposed credits are submitted to the WGA for approval well in advance of the release of a film or the publishing of posters or novelizations on which writing credits appear.
In the case of The Pagemaster , the producers attempted to claim that, as the film was now largely animated, the WGA did not have jurisdiction to determine credits.
Casci had written the screenplay under a WGA contract, as well as previous live-action versions for Disney Television dating back to , also written under WGA contract.
These facts positioned the WGA to get involved, testing their tenuous authority over a feature film with animated elements. After a lengthy investigation and interviews with those intimately familiar with the genesis of the Pagemaster project, including three persons within Kirschner's own office, the WGA credit arbitration process determined that David Casci was, in fact, the primary writer, and that Kirschner did not provide a sufficient creative contribution to the writing process to warrant any screenwriting credit.
Upon receiving this determination by the WGA, Fox threatened to pull out of arbitration and release the film without WGA-approved credits, positioning the WGA to be forced to file an injunction blocking the film's heavily promoted Christmas season release.
Ultimately, a settlement was reached, and Fox released the film with both Kirschner and Casci receiving story and screenplay credit, with a third writer, Ernie Contreras, also receiving screenplay credit.
At the time, this case was the most expensive and extensive investigation of its type undertaken by the WGA on behalf of one of its members.
The Pagemaster is presented in an extended cut version. During the production, some original scenes were removed, both live-action and animation.
The deleted scenes and characters can be still seen during the making of the film, trailers and TV spots, SkyBox International trading cards, books and other related products.
The film was a production by Turner Pictures. Warner Bros. Pictures , television distribution rights and syndication rights to the film via Warner Bros.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times criticized the way the film's message came across, calling it a "sad and dreary film," adding that its message seemed to be that "books can be almost as much fun as TV cartoons and video arcade games.
Unfortunately, such moments are few and far between. Contrary to any claims, the screenplay and film are not based on any book. David Casci's screenplay preceded all novelizations and illustrated books by several years.