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Question by Andrea
Submitted on 7/26/2003
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Hi- I saw a movie years ago- in the '80's.  It was Japanese Animation-  about a little unicorn called Uni.  He was either the last or the smallest and bad folk were after him.  One adventure he met a girl and changed her into a cat, or vice versa.  One of the four winds wanted to kill him and the other saved him.  I loved these movies, but don't remember the name and can anyone help?

Answer by dawn
Submitted on 12/8/2003
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The name of this movie is The fantastic adventures of Unico. There is also one more Unico movie.


Answer by nononononono
Submitted on 3/4/2004
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i don't have the answer to your question but i do have this: first of all i don't know why you saw this movie or why they made that movie but i do know staying home and drinking (illegally because I'm only 13 years old) would have been a better idea. and next time you decide to watch a movie like this you should get a friend(if you have any) to pull your head out of your ass!!!! thank you i am done wasting my time now goodbye


Answer by Lukehan
Submitted on 4/16/2004
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Hey dunno if u still check this board but on www.suprnova.org in the movies, and than animation section they have a unico movie out. You can dl it with bittorrent.


Answer by Chelle
Submitted on 6/6/2004
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You can download both Unico movies here


Answer by vishal kothari
Submitted on 7/8/2004
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Answer by anck
Submitted on 9/7/2004
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the boxtorrent thing isn't working?


Answer by knxville
Submitted on 10/3/2004
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ok so on torrents the movies are dead...so i cant watch them...does anyone know where else i can get them....i really love that movie i have unico in the island of magic at home on vhs but...im afraid it will break if i watch it...if anyone knows it would be really helpful


Answer by ang
Submitted on 10/19/2004
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i don't know if this is the movie i have been looking for, for a long time, i have been trying to find a movie i watched when i was very young about a unicorn and the only part i remember was the little unicorn lying on the ground and this woman who was supposed to be night flying over the sky and bringing darkness. is this the same movie....please tell me becuase i remember enjoying it as a child and would like to pass it to my own little one.....


Answer by k24601
Submitted on 9/21/2005
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If you go looking for info on the movie , you'll find that there were actually three or four movies. Unfortunately , I only ever saw the one with the Katie the kitty witch but if I remember correctly the pilot movie is "Black Cloud And White Feather" ( or Black Rain And White Feather ) http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=630

It's always a good idea to use a great search engine like google.com to find out more about a favorite show or whatever it is you're interested in

For those who may have watched it and didn't enjoy it , please don't respond unless you have something INTELLIGENT OR USEFUL to add.
Thank you.


Answer by kawaii_bat
Submitted on 2/7/2006
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Yo! that movie was great and ... sadly T_T
They can't get it in english anymore!

So yes I remember a marionette and stuff about the end of the world...or something like that... that's all I can remember I was like 7 so that would make it: 1993 and it was in the old section of kids movies in a store that you could rent real cheap. I'm sure librairies would also have it if they own video-cassettes.


Answer by mike
Submitted on 11/7/2006
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anything about movies you gotta check out www.imdb.com    ,,, that stands for Internet Movie database. However, posting here is also a good idea, and you should do a google sercah for it also, or talk to your local video store assistant

thanks, good luck,


Answer by amir17_2001@yahoo.com
Submitted on 11/10/2006
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i watch this japanese animation in 80's and i think it called something like "starwars", it was about 5 kids who each had a part of a robot and they were attaching to eachother and make a robot.  i think they were looking for their father in space..... i tried to find it by name of star wars in google but it gives me different things, if you know the name of this just email me at amir17_2001@yahoo.com


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