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Actors of "The Black Cauldron"
Characters of "The Black Cauldron"
Directors of "The Black Cauldron"Ted BermanBirthdate: 17 December 1919, East Los Angeles, California, USARichard Rich
Creators of "The Black Cauldron"Lloyd AlexanderBirthdate: 30 January 1924, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADavid Jonas
Critic Reviews of "The Black Cauldron"VarietyFebruary 05, 2009
The characters, though cute and cuddly and sweet and mean and ugly and simply awful, don't really have much to do that would remain of interest to any but the youngest minds.Chicago ReaderSeptember 05, 2008
It's quite good, though by the impossible standards the film sets for itself it inevitably falls short.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
As usual it is technically excellent, but the charm, characterisation and sheer good humour that made features like Pinocchio and Jungle Book so enjoyable are sadly absent.New York TimesMay 21, 2003
This is the 25th full-length animated feature from Walt Disney studios, and professionally put together as it is, many of the ingredients may seem programmed to those who have seen some of the others.ReelViewsJanuary 01, 2000
The backgrounds are as richly textured and detailed as in any other Disney film.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
By the end of The Black Cauldron I was remembering, with something of a shock of nostalgia, the strength and utter storytelling conviction of the early Disney animators. The Black Cauldron is a return to the tradition.Sin MagazineMay 14, 2012
With all of the talent and effort put into this, the movie only amounts to a bunch of premature ideas that are clumped together, making little sense.Reel Times: Reflections on CinemaMarch 09, 2011
It's not a good film, but for one with the reputation of being the studio's worst animated feature, it shows that interesting work is done in it.EDGE BostonSeptember 22, 2010
Disney's worst animated feature.BrianOrndorf.comSeptember 20, 2010
Flawed jumble of a film, but a picture of immense artistic accomplishment and dedication to atypical faces of wickedness...there's still so much to admire about this red-headed stepchild of a film.Antagony & EcstasyNovember 22, 2009
It may have cost five times the amount of any other Disney film in the preceding two decades, but by God that money ended up on screen.TV GuideNovember 04, 2009
A glorious return to the days at Disney when animation was full and detail was everything.
Gallery of "The Black Cauldron"