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Official Confirmation on TCM's Ghibli Presentations (Updated 11/11)

Toon Zone News now has official confirmation regarding TCM’s previously announced plans to feature Ghibli movies during the month of January.

Each Thursday in January, TCM will present classic Ghibli animation. Each film will be presented first in its English-dubbed format, with an encore presented later with the original Japanese-language track. The only exception to this rule will be Only Yesterday, which will only be presented in the original Japanese-language track.

TCM’s telecast of each movie will be introduced by animation director John Lasseter (Toy Story), who directed the English-language track on Spirited Away. He is also executive vice president, creative, and a founding member of Pixar Animation Studios.

The following is the complete, official schedule of the Ghibli presentations on TCM:

Thursday, January 5
8:00pm: Spirited Away (2002 – English-language version)
10:15pm: Princess Mononoke (1997 – English-language version)
1:00am: Spirited Away (2002 – Japanese-language version)
3:15am: Princess Mononoke (1997 – Japanese-language version)

Thursday, January 12
8:00pm: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984 – English-language version)
10:00pm: Castle in the Sky (1986 – English-language version)
12:15am: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984 – Japanese-language version)
2:15am: Castle in the Sky (1986 – Japanese-language version)

Thursday, January 19
8:00pm: My Neighbor Totoro (1988 – English-language version)
9:30pm: Porco Rosso (1992 – English-language version)
11:15pm: Whisper of the Heart (1995 – English-language version)
1:15am: My Neighbor Totoro (1988 – Japanese-language version)
2:45am: Porco Rosso (1992 – Japanese-language version)
4:30am: Whisper of the Heart (1995 – Japanese-language version)

Thursday, January 26
8:00pm: Only Yesterday (1991 – Japanese-language version only)
10:15pm: Pom Poko (1994 – English-language version)
12:30am: Only Yesterday (1991 – Japanese-language version)
2:45am: Pom Poko (1994 – Japanese-language version)

[Source: Turner Classic Movies]

Updated 11/11: Toon Zone News now has official confirmation from TCM that Only Yesterday, the one film that will only be presented in Japanese, will air with English-language subtitles.

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