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5 Classic Anime Films That Triumph Over Generic Cartoons

From one of my favorite film genres as a kid, that was relatively unknown then

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It wasn’t even known as anime to many people. I remember the local film store called it Japanimation (a clever neologism). There was no Netflix (or anything like it). No YouTube. There was no way to watch it online. Only VHS.

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James Gordon

James Gordon

MFA in Creative Writing. Enjoys music, writing, and spending time with his wife and son. Writes about mental health, movies, and other topics.

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