Film Filmation Movies List

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List of Filmation movies, listed alphabetically with film trailers when available. Filmation has produced some popular movies, so film buffs can use this list to find a few that they haven't already seen. This best Filmation movies list displays shorts as well as feature films made by Filmation, including theatrical releases, limited releases, and made-for-TV Filmation movies.

List includes Bravestarr: The Movie, The Secret of the Sword and more.

If you want to answer the questions, "What movies did Filmation produce?" and "What films did Filmation distribute?" then this list can help you out.

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BraveStarr: The Movie is an animated Space Western released on March 18, 1988 by Taurus Entertainment. The film was based on Filmation's television series and Mattel's action figure of the same name, and was also among the first animated features to use computer graphics. The film tells the story of the original discovery of Kerium, and how the Galactic Marshall Bravestarr came to battle Tex Hex and his master Stampede on the planet of New Texas. It also introduces his allies: J.B., Thirty/Thirty, Deputy Fuzz, and the Shaman. The PAL-based European version of the movie has been released to Region 1 DVD as a bonus feature in the July 3, 2007 release of The Best of BraveStarr from BCI Eclipse. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Charlie Adler, Alan Oppenheimer, Pat Fraley, Susan Blu, Ken Berry, + more

Initial Release: 1988

Directed by: Tom Tataranowicz

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Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All


Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All is a 1982 animated television film produced by Filmation and written by Samuel A. Peeples, whose credits included the original Star Trek series. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Robert Ridgely, Bob Holt, Diane Pershing, Vic Perrin

Initial Release: 1982


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Happily Ever After is a 1990 American animated film written by Robby London and Martha Moran and directed by John Howley. The film stars Irene Cara, Malcolm McDowell, Edward Asner, Carol Channing, Dom DeLuise and Phyllis Diller. Its story is a continuation to the fairy tale "Snow White". The titular heroine and the Prince are about to be married, but the late evil Queen's brother Lord Maliss appears to seek revenge upon them. The film replaces the Dwarfs with their female cousins, called the Dwarfelles. Happily Ever After is unrelated to Filmation's fellow A Snow White Christmas, a television animated film that was the company's earlier Snow White sequel. It was troubled by severe legal ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Malcolm McDowell, Carol Channing, Ed Asner, Zsa Zsa Gábor, Phyllis Diller, + more

Initial Release: 1993

Directed by: John Howley

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He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special is a Christmas television special based on the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and its spin-off She-Ra: Princess of Power, originally broadcast in December 1985. Although that date marked its only broadcast on television, it was later released on VHS and more recently, BCI Eclipse released it on DVD on December 6, 2005. Classic Media acquired the rights for the DVDs and re-released this special on October 12, 2010. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: John Erwin

Initial Release: 1985

Directed by: Bill Reed

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