Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso) (1992) – Studio Ghibli Theatrical Film

0 Flares Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Twitter 0 StumbleUpon 0 Filament.io 0 Flares ×
Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso)

Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso)

#CotD: Originally conceived as a 45-minute in-flight feature for Japan Air Lines, “Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso)” became the fourth-largest animated box-office draw in Japanese history.

Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso) (1992) – Studio Ghibli Theatrical Film

The adventures of a 1930s bush pilot who just happens to have the head of a pig. In 1930s Balkans, only one pilot rules the skies: Porco Rosso, a talented pilot who, due to a magic spell, has been transformed into a pig. Porco lives a happy life as a pilot for hire protecting airships from marauding pilots, resting on his private island and visiting his friend, beautiful hotel-owner Gina. But when a hot-headed American pilot arrives looking to make a name for himself by shooting down The Crimson Pig, Porco gets his battered plane back into shape with the help of a feisty teenage engineer called Fio.

You can watch “Kurenai No Buta (Porco Rosso)” on video at Big Cartoon DataBase

Related Posts:

About Dave Koch

Editor and publisher of the Big Cartoon DataBase, Dave has been involved in cartoons since opening the Cartoon Factory animation art gallery in 1993. You may contact Dave here.

Cartoons, , ,

Leave a Reply