Maybe you could also include the Peanuts opening and closing as extras on the disc? Jack manages to escape, much to the chagrin of Hecuba, who orders Tulip to find him and promises to share Jack with him.
At 48:10, 6 seconds were cut where the white pillow-fighter twists a black pillow-fighter's nipples and Jack comments and grimaces.
It was released in Japan on July 20, 1974 and in the United States by in 1976.
She reveals that Madame Hecuba got rid of the king and queen and turned the people of the castle into mice.
Jack's mother, exasperated over the beans, tells Jack to plant them and a gigantic beanstalk grows overnight.
Just below that it reads "Ticket Confirmation :" followed by a 10-digit number.
Upon arriving at the top, the trio find themselves in the courtyard of a castle, where they find a girl who appears to be in a trance looking at them.
Conversely, the writers of 's Animated Movie Guide hailed it as "A successful Japanese emulation of American fairy tale theatrical cartoon features with many delightful songs", and gave it four stars.
A More serious adaptation maybe? It does, however, have it's down side.
Jack and his mother celebrate their new-found fortune until Crosby persuades Jack that he should stop the princess from marrying the giant.
The giant is still around, however, and chases Jack and Crosby.
Description: Her mother and father have disappeared, but she claims to be happy since she will soon be marrying her beloved prince, Tulip, who is actually a giant.