Don Bluth's , based on Anastasia Anastasia starring Ingrid Bergman, itself based on a play by Guy Bolton and Marcelle Maurette, which was in turn inspired by Anna Anderson the Anastasia imposter
Beauty and the Beast
Does a rip-off of a Disney rip-off still count as a Disney rip-off? Who cares? Let's talk about this movie.
Thought Rasputin's treatment was bad in the
other three movies was bad? Well this movie was so offensive to history, Rasputin didn't even bother showing up. What makes this the worst Anastasia movie? To put it bluntly, they turned Nicolas II into a tuba! This is like the rapping dog all over again!
Main Character Goal
To reunite with her remaining family
Accordion and Cello
Parent or Mentor
Tuba and Harp
Cheka sends his armies after Anastasia
Anastasia and the instruments jump-cut onto a train
Anastasia finds Vladimir in a random box
The ticket guy comes looking for passengers in the cargo area. Anastasia and Vladimir have to jump off to avoid being seen, but Anastasia won't leave without her instruments.
Vladimir teaches Anastasia how to act like Anastasia
Anastasia gets kidnapped by revolutionaries
Prince Paul turns out to be Cheka, there's a fight between him and Vladimir, and they both fall out a window. Vladimir dies, but the instruments bring him back by revealing who they really are.
It just sort of stops without resolving anything
"I Want" Song
In the Sun
A Princess After All
Award Bait Song
You'll Be With Me In My Heart