My Little Pony -- The Movie (1986)

G | 87 mins | Children's works | 20 June 1986

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HISTORY

The Summary and credits for this unviewed film are based on reviews in the 20 Jun 1986 LAT and HR, the 27 Jun 1986 NYT, and the Jul 1986 Film Journal. Credits may not reflect what appears onscreen. ... More Less

The Summary and credits for this unviewed film are based on reviews in the 20 Jun 1986 LAT and HR, the 27 Jun 1986 NYT, and the Jul 1986 Film Journal. Credits may not reflect what appears onscreen. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Journal
Jul 1986.
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Hollywood Reporter
20 Jun 1986
p. 16.
Los Angeles Times
20 Jun 1986
p. 14.
New York Times
27 Jun 1986
p. 10.
Variety
21 May 1986
p. 32.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Prod mgr
Prod mgr
PRODUCERS
Prod
Supv prod
Co-prod
Exec prod
Exec prod
WRITERS
Story consultant
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Supv film ed
MUSIC
Orig mus score by
Songs comp by
Lyrics by
Supv mus ed
Mus ed
Mus ed
Mus prod by
Mus prod by, Assoc
SOUND
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
PRODUCTION MISC
Casting, Reuben Cannon & Associates
Casting
Prod supv
ANIMATION
Supv anim dir
Supv anim dir
Supv anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
Anim dir
DETAILS
Release Date:
20 June 1986
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles opening: 20 June 1986
New York opening: 27 June 1986
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
Animation
Duration(in mins):
87
MPAA Rating:
G
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

In Ponyland, a spoiled pony named Lickety Split ruins a stage show at a spring festival and persuades her dragon friend, Spike, to run away. At the Volcano of Doom, witch Hydia plots with her daughters, Draggle and Reeka, to turn Ponyland into a dark, forbidding place with the help of a slimy monster known as “The Smooze.” To save their kingdom, the ponies enlist the aid of "The Moochick," the Grundle King, and three quarreling siblings, Megan, Molly, and Danny, who use their “Rainbow of Light” to conquer the witches and the ... +


In Ponyland, a spoiled pony named Lickety Split ruins a stage show at a spring festival and persuades her dragon friend, Spike, to run away. At the Volcano of Doom, witch Hydia plots with her daughters, Draggle and Reeka, to turn Ponyland into a dark, forbidding place with the help of a slimy monster known as “The Smooze.” To save their kingdom, the ponies enlist the aid of "The Moochick," the Grundle King, and three quarreling siblings, Megan, Molly, and Danny, who use their “Rainbow of Light” to conquer the witches and the Smooze. +

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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