The Last Unicorn

Tag: Animation

Title: The Last Unicorn
AKA: The Last Unicorn
Year: 1982
Character: King Haggard
Director: Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.
Screenplay: Peter S. Beagle, Peter S. Beagle
Runtime: 92
Country: USA | UK | Japan | West Germany
Genre: Family | Animation | Fantasy
Studio: Rankin/Bass Productions, Incorporated Television Company (ITC)
Classification: G

Language: English | German
Audio: Dolby
Colour: Color
Tagline: A Treasured Fantasy Classic of Incomparable Charm!
The Magical Fantasy Adventure Based on the Bestselling Book.
There's Magic in Believing!



Only one of the mythological creatures escapes the evil King Haggard's (voice by Christopher Lee) plan to eliminate all unicorns from the land in Rankin-Bass's (Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) sophisticated production of The Last Unicorn. In hopes of rescuing her exiled breed, the last unicorn (voice by Mia Farrow) teams up with the kindly, if bumbling wizard Schmendrick the Magician (voice by Alan Arkin), who accompanies her on the far-reaching and treacherous quest to save her kind.


Alan Arkin as Schmendrick (voice)
Jeff Bridges as Prince Lir (voice)
Mia Farrow as Unicorn / Amalthea (voice)
Tammy Grimes as Molly Grue (voice)
Robert Klein as The Butterfly (voice)
Angela Lansbury as Mommy Fortuna (voice)
Christopher Lee as King Haggard (voice: English version) (voice: German version)
Keenan Wynn as Captain Cully / Harpy (voice)
Paul Frees as Mabruk (voice)
Rene Auberjonois as The Skull (voice)
Brother Theodore as Ruhk (voice)
Don Messick as The Cat (voice)
Jack Lester as Hunter #1 / Old Farmer / Cully's Men (voice)
Nellie Bellflower as The Tree (voice)
Ed Peck as Jack Jingley / Cully's Men (voice) (as Edward Peck)
Kenneth Jennings as Hunter #2 / Cully's Men (voice)

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