Animation leads holiday pic parade

November 1999
Advertising Age;11/8/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 46, p98
Trade Publication
This article discusses the box office earnings of several animated motion pictures which opened in the U.S. in November, 1999. Four animated films are discussed: "Toy Story 2," "Princess Mononoke," "Stuart Little" and "Pokemon: The First Movie." Among the four, "Toy Story 2," earned the highest, followed by "Pokemon: The First Movie." Issues also arise from the voice actors of the films. Actor Tom Hanks, who did voice work for "Toy Story 2," reached a trading level close to his highest level for the year.


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