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  1. Spirited Away (2001) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

    Spirited Away (2001) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and ...

    Rumi Hiiragi
    Chihiro Ogino / Sen (voice)
    Miyu Irino
    Haku (voice)
    Mari Natsuki
    Yubaba / Zeniba (voice)
    Takashi Naitô
    Akio Ogino (voice)
  2. Spirited Away (2001) - IMDb

    Mar 28, 2003 · Directed by Hayao Miyazaki. With Daveigh Chase, Suzanne Pleshette, Miyu Irino, Rumi Hiiragi. During ...

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  4. Spirited Away (2002 Movie) - Behind The Voice Actors

    Sep 20, 2002 · Spirited Away Cast. Chihiro Ogino / Sen. voiced by Daveigh Chase and 4 others. Haku. voiced by Jason Marsden and 5 others. Yubaba. voiced by Suzanne Pleshette and 1 other. Kamaji the Boiler Guy. voiced by David Ogden Stiers and 3 others.

  5. Spirited Away - Wikipedia

    Spirited Away (Japanese: 千と千尋の神隠し, Hepburn: Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi, 'Sen and Chihiro’s Spiriting Away') is a 2001 Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, animated by Studio Ghibli for Tokuma Shoten, Nippon Television Network, Dentsu, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Tohokushinsha Film, and Mitsubishi.

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  7. Spirited Away | Disney Wiki | Fandom
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    Ten-year old Chihiro and her parents are moving when her father takes a wrong turn. Her father thinks they've found an abandoned amusement park and insists on exploring. Chihiro who at first decides to stay at the car, scared to be alone, accompanies her parents. They cross a dry riverbed. Chihiro's parents gorge themselves at an unattended restaurant stall while Chihiro wanders off. She finds an exquisite Bathhouse. Suddenly a boy orders her to cross the river before dark. Spirits begin haunting the park, and when Chihiro returns to her parents, they have become pigs. Chihiro runs to the river, but it has flooded and is impossible to cross. Chihiro becomes frightened when she saw a ghost ship approaching her and immediately runs and hide. However, her body starts to become invisible and disappearing, but before that, the boy, whose name is Haku, finds her and says he has known her since she was little gives her a pil so her body won't disappear. He tells her to ask for a job from t...

    Rumi Hiiragi as Chihiro Ogino (荻野 千尋), a sullen girl, but later courageous and quick-witted. In the English version, Chihiro is voiced by Daveigh Chase.
    Miyu Irino as Haku/Spirit of the Kohaku River (ハク/饒速水琥珀主(ニギハヤミコハクヌシ) Haku/Nigihayami Kohakunushi?, lit. "god of the swift amber river"): A young boy who befriends Chihiro Ogino, and can assume two...
    Mari Natsuki as Yubaba (湯婆婆 Yubaaba, lit. "bathhouse witch"), an elderly witch with an inhumanly large head and nose, who supervises the bathhouse. Yubaba has an over-bearing and authoritarian pers...
    Yumi Tamai as Lin (リン Rin?): A worker at the bathhouse who becomes Chihiro's caretaker, identified as the transformed spirit of a Sable (weasel). In the English version, Lin is voiced by Susan Egan.

    Miyazaki wrote the script after he decided the film would be based on his friend's ten-year-old daughter, who came to visit his house each summer. At the time, Miyazaki was developing two personal projects, but they were rejected. Production of Spirited Away began in 2000. During production, Miyazaki based the film's settings at a museum in Koganei, Tokyo. However, Miyazaki realized the film would be over three hours and decided to cut out several parts of the story for its July 27, 2001 release. Pixar director John Lasseter, a fan of Miyazaki, was approached by Walt Disney Pictures to supervise an English-language translation for the film's North American release. Lasseter hired Kirk Wise as director and Donald W. Ernst as producer of the adaptation. When released, Spirited Away became the most successful film in Japanese history, grossing over $274 million worldwide. The film overtook Titanic (at the time the top grossing film worldwide) in the Japanese box office to become the hi...

    In both Japanese and American versions, the end credit song "Always with Me" is retained in Japanese.

  8. Spirited Away 2: Is There Any Hope For A Sequel? Will It Ever ...

    Cast Of The Spirited Away Sequel! One of the most asked questions related to Spirited Away 2 is about its cast. Since it’s been 20 years since the film’s premiere, fans wonder whether the original Spirited Away cast will return.

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